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Presettlement regeneration patterns in a southwestern ponderosa pine stand

Presettlement regeneration patterns in a southwestern ponderosa pine stand

Ecology 66(2): 589-594

A study of the age structure of stems <more or =>106 yr old showed that successful establishment of Pinus ponderosa was infrequent in a 7.3-ha old growth forest in northern Arizona. The stems were strongly aggregated and groups were visually distinct. Ages of stems within groups were variable with ranges of 33-268 yr.

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DOI: 10.2307/1940407

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