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Population structure and regeneration status of tree species in forests around Shimla, Himachal Pradesh


Van Vigyan 29(4): 223-229
Population structure and regeneration status of tree species in forests around Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
Data are reported from 3 selected forests. The higher density of seedlings and saplings than of other girth classes at sites dominated by pure conifers (site III Cedrus deodara/Pinus roxburghii) and mixed conifer broadleaves (site II Quercus spp., Picea smithiana and Pinus wallichiana) indicated better regeneration than at the site dominated by pure broadleaves (site I Quercus leucotrichophora/Rhododendron arboreum).


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