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Dating Tree Mortality Using Log Decay in the White Mountains of New Hampshire

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Coarse woody material (CWM) is an important component of forest ecosystems. To meet specific CWM management objectives, it is important to understand rates of decay. We present results from a silvicultural trial at the Bartlett Experimental Forest, in which time of death is known for a large sample of trees. Either a simple table or regression equations that use diameter, species group, and decay class can be used to predict time since mortality for a given log.
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Keywords: New Hampshire; coarse woody debris; dating mortality; downed wood; snags

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-09-01

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