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Ecological and biometric study of a European larch seed-production stand at Briga Alta, Cuneo, Italy



Ecological and biometric study of a European larch seed-production stand at Briga Alta, Cuneo, Italy



Annali della Facolta di Scienze Agrarie della Universita degli Studi di Torino 15: 193-303



The Navette forest, a 343-ha mixed coniferous (white fir, Abies alba, European larch, Larix decidua with some Norway spruce, Picea abies and Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris)/broadleaved (beech, Fagus sylvatica) forest in the Maritime Alps of NW Italy, was designated a seed-production forest for L. decidua in 1960. Data are presented on climatic and edaphic factors, vegetation communities and stand characteristics for eleven parcels within the forest, which lies at an altitude of 1200 to 1750 m.

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