Juvenile Height Growth of Four Species on Four Sites in the CWHb1 VariantMicroform - 1987
Aside from stand density, species selection is one of the major factors a forester can manipulate to influence future yield and value of forests. The relative height growth performance of various tree species on common sites with well-defined site quality is therefore of considerable interest. This paper developed and compared the juvenile height growth curves of Douglas-fir, Sitka spruce, western hemlock, and western redcedar planted on four site units within the Windward Submontane Maritime Wetter Coastal Western Hemlock variant on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The paper is based on 26-year data and observations.
Publisher: Victoria : Forest Resource Development Agreement, 1987
Description: 15 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 92-04394