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Productivity of linden stands

, : Productivity of linden stands. Lesovedenie i Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 24): 105-108

Data recorded from 27 sample plots together with existing inventory data were used to produce tables of the composition and mensurational characteristics (including volume increment) at 10-yearly intervals up to 100 yr old for typical small-leaved linden stands in Belarus. Separate tables are given for sites of the (a) Aegopodium and (b) Oxalis types. Composition was 7 linden : 2 aspen : 1 birch on both site types at 10 yr old.

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