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Integration of component models from the tree, stand and regional levels to assess the risk of wind damage at forest margins

Integration of component models from the tree, stand and regional levels to assess the risk of wind damage at forest margins

Forest Ecology and Management 135(1/3): 303-313

This work aims at integrating component models from the tree, stand and regional levels to produce a means of assessing the risk of wind damage at forest margins.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0378-1127(00)00288-7

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