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The production invariance of stands






Lesovedenie (2): 12-23

The production invariance of stands

The concept of 'invariance' characterizes the invariability of objects and phenomena, and their independence of the physical conditions. The application of this concept to forests is discussed, on the basis of data on the development of young secondary stands of birch (Betula alba), aspen (Populus tremula) and alder (Alnus incana) in the southern taiga subzone of the Russian lowland (Yaroslavl region).


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