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Swaying of trees in response to wind and thinning in a stand of Scots pine



Swaying of trees in response to wind and thinning in a stand of Scots pine



Boundary Layer Meteorology 77(3/4): 285-304



Observations were made of the windspeed, wind direction, and tree movement at the edge and 20 m within a Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stand near Joensuu, Finland. The stand was nearly 11 m tall. The spectra of windspeed near canopy top, together with the output of accelerometers and video observations of tree movement at mid-crown, were compared in the same stand prior and two years after first thinning.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00123529


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