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Effects of damage by air pollution on the height growth of Norway spruce stands



Effects of damage by air pollution on the height growth of Norway spruce stands



Hercynia 25(3): 338-341



Studies were carried out in 40-80 yr old stands in E. Germany, with measurements taken from trees in all diam. and damage classes. Severely damaged trees showed a reduction in ht. growth of about 2 m with effects going back 14-15 yr.

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