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The veneer oak in the Palatinate forest: inventory results and long-term planting and felling strategies

, : The veneer oak in the Palatinate forest: inventory results and long-term planting and felling strategies. Forst und Holz 45(11): 289-292

Inventory results are given on the area, age, volume, increment, value-structure, and cut, for the veneer oak (Quercus petraea) in this German state forest.

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