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Vegetation composition on recent landslides in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon


, : Vegetation composition on recent landslides in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16(4): 739-744

Vegetation cover and frequency were determined on 25 landslides (area 36-1287 msuperscript 2, alt. 460-1100 m, slope 40-173%, age 6-28 yr) in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. The landslides originated in undisturbed forest, recently felled areas, road cut banks and road fills.


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