EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
47,893,527
Abstracts:
28,296,643
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Establishment of mixed stands of broadleaves and conifers beneath the shelter of old Scots pine stands






AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 51(13): 724-727

Establishment of mixed stands of broadleaves and conifers beneath the shelter of old Scots pine stands

As part of a project to convert old Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stands on sandy brown soils in the Berlin region into mixed stands of hardwood and conifers without clear-felling, studies were made of the effects of various canopy densities on underplanted Quercus petraea, Fagus sylvatica, Carpinus betulus and Pinus sylvestris.


Accession: 002831115



Related references

Zimmermann, R., 2006: Silvicultural treatment of mixed Scots pine-beech stands under shelter. A total of 426 ha Scots pine [Pinus sylvestris] forest with young beech [Fagus sylvatica]growing underneath existed in January 1994 in the forest district Falkenberg in Sachsen, Germany. Thinning and management concepts are discussed, based on mai...

Muller, J., 2003: Water balance of pure stands of Scots pine and beech and mixed Scots pine and beech stands in the nord-eastern German lowlands. Studies have been carried out since 1999 to investigate changes in soil water balance during the conversion of pure Scots pine [Pinus sylvestris] and beech [Fagus sylvatica] stands to mixed stands. The effects are discussed of stand structure on r...

Kabaev, V.I., 1971: Natural resin yield of Scots Pine in mixed stands and low-density stands. Tapping trials on Scots Pine were made in (1) a pure Pine stand, density 0.7; (2) a Birch/Aspen stand with 20% Pine, density 0.7; and (3) a pure Pine stand, density 0.2. Mean resin yield per face in (2) was 20-21% higher and in (3) 66-67% higher t...

Mason, B., 2006: Managing mixed stands of conifers and broadleaves in upland forests in Britain. Mixtures of conifers and broadleaves are developing on many sites in upland forests and are favoured by current policies designed to diversify conifer plantations. The most common species found in mixture are Sitka spruce [Picea sitchensis], Scots...

Capretti, P.; Menguzzato, G.; Maresi, G.; Luchi, N.; Moriondo, F., 2003: Phenomena of decay and blight in mixed artificial stands of broadleaves and conifers. Plantations of Fagus sylvatica and Acer platanoides in Mongiana, Calabria, Italy, showed decay and blight symptoms during 1995-2002. Symptoms were found mainly in plantations mixed with Abies alba and Pinus laricio [P. nigra]. The cause of the dec...

Vogdt, O., 1942: Restoration of mixed stands adapted to the site in place of pure Scots Pine stands in the Zollbrucken forest district.. An attempt to replace the pure Pine stands of the Zollbrucken district of northern Silesia with suitable mixed stands was begun in 1924. Conditions for the introduction of new species were not particularly favourable: in this district rainfall is...

Kint, V.; Geudens, G.; Mohren, G.M.J.; Lust, N., 2006: Silvicultural interpretation of natural vegetation dynamics in ageing Scots pine stands for their conversion into mixed broadleaved stands. In many West-European regions there is principal consensus on the conversion of homogeneous even-aged Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) plantations into mixed broadleaved stands. In recent years, interest is growing for conversion management in which...

Gurov, A.V.; Petrenko, N.M., 1986: Utilization of foliage by phyllophagous insects in young stands of Scots pine and broadleaves. An investigation was made in 1978-81 during the growing season in the Krasnoyarsk region of the USSR. The young trees studied were Scots pine [Pinus sylvestris], and birch [Betula], aspen [Populus tremula], goat willow [Salix caprea] and Asian che...

Katzel, R.; Einert, P.; Patz, G.; Ritter, G.; Strohbach, B., 1995: Recovery of Scots pine stands near the former area of nitrogen emission at Lichterfelde/Britz. Part 1: Air quality, soil conditions, vegetation and nutrient status of Scots pine stands. Studies were made in 1991-94 in plots in Scots pine [Pinus sylvestris] stands (about 30 yr old) 50-2700 m to the east of a pig fattening station near Eberswalde, Germany, which ceased operation in 1991. In summer 1993, there was no indication of d...

Grunert, F., 1964: The biological nutrient cycle in mixed Scots Pine/Beech, and in Scots Pine stands. cf. F.A. 23 No. 4872.] Includes a study of litter quantities and composition, indicating that Beech litter was richer than Pine litter on the same sites, but that Pine litter from a stand with loam near the surface was richer than Beech litter fro...