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The amount and temperature regime of the snow pack on areas of shelterwood fellings in montane hardwood/Spruce stands in the S. Urals


, : The amount and temperature regime of the snow pack on areas of shelterwood fellings in montane hardwood/Spruce stands in the S. Urals. Lesnoi Zhurnal 14(5): 150-153

Gives data on the amounts of water in the snow pack, and temperature at the snow surface on areas where various types of felling had been done, viz. : clear felling; the first stage of shelterwood felling, removing 13.7, 18, or 43.2% of standing volume; and group selection felling, removing 25.4 or 38.7% of standing volume.

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