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Factors in Pinus ponderosa and Calocedrus decurrens mortality in Yosemite Valley, USA






Vegetatio 77(1-3): 79-85

Factors in Pinus ponderosa and Calocedrus decurrens mortality in Yosemite Valley, USA

Management practices over the past 100 yr, especially fire exclusion and suppression, resulted in forest stands with b.a. <more or => 110 msuperscript 2/ha. Increased attack by several species of bark beetles (Scolytidae) followed severe drought in 1976-77.

Accession: 001833679

DOI: 10.1007/bf00045753

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