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A model to generate stand strategies for intensively managed radiata pine plantations



A model to generate stand strategies for intensively managed radiata pine plantations



Australian Forestry 40(4): 255-267



A stand simulation model to generate alternative management strategies for a long-range (25 yr) planning model was constructed for 40 000 ha of intensively-managed plantations in Gippsland, Victoria. The model can be used to evaluate different intensities of silviculture as well as providing estimates of future production.

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Accession: 000584105

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DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1977.10674169


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