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In situ regeneration of Pinus strobus and P. resinosa in the Great Lakes forest communities of Canada

In situ regeneration of Pinus strobus and P. resinosa in the Great Lakes forest communities of Canada

Journal of Vegetation Science 7(3): 431-444

Two extensive forest vegetation survey datasets are explored, using ordination and classification, for evidence of in situ regeneration by Pinus strobus (eastern white pine) and P. resinosa (red pine). Ordination of tree species contributions to total basal area in 320 upland northern hardwood/conifer stands produced distinct stand groups for P. banksiana, P. resinosa, P. strobus and mesic hardwoods in an ascending sequence along the first axis.

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DOI: 10.2307/3236287

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