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Relation between radial increment of dry land Scots pine forests in the Berezinskii Reserve and meteorological factors


Lesovedenie i Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 24): 41-47
Relation between radial increment of dry land Scots pine forests in the Berezinskii Reserve and meteorological factors
Radial increment and meteorological data for the period 1964-83 were collected for Scots pine forests of the mossy Cladonia and Vaccinium myrtillus types in this reserve in NE Belarus. Patterns were similar for the 3 forest types.


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