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Estimation of aerial productivity in a plantation of Pinus pinaster in central Spain


, : Estimation of aerial productivity in a plantation of Pinus pinaster in central Spain. Investigacion Agraria, Sistemas y Recursos Forestales ( 0): 191-202

Measurements were made of the above-ground biomass in a 33-yr-old plantation on three plots: (1) unthinned control, 1193 trees/ha; (2) low thinning removing 47% of the trees; and (3) low thinning removing 56% of the trees.

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