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Site classifcation and prediction in young Caribbean pine plantations in grasslands of Venezuela

, : Site classifcation and prediction in young Caribbean pine plantations in grasslands of Venezuela. Forest site and productivity: 51-67

Site classifcation was investigated in an area of Uverito, eastern Venezuela on plantations of Pinus caribea. Tree height and soil data were collected. The data were processed in stages involving testing of various classification schemes, correlation and regression analyses, multiple discriminant analyses, regression of height on age and map testing of the classification scheme.

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