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The influence of survey errors and growth processes on stem distribution in young growth under old beech growth. Comparison of a close-to-nature beech stand in the Sihlwald, Switzerland and a virgin beech stand in the Uholka forest, Ukraine



The influence of survey errors and growth processes on stem distribution in young growth under old beech growth. Comparison of a close-to-nature beech stand in the Sihlwald, Switzerland and a virgin beech stand in the Uholka forest, Ukraine



Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 156(10): 365-371



The stem distributions in natural regeneration under an old-growth beech stand in the Sihlwald forest reserve and in the virgin forest reserve Uholka (Ukraine) show conspicuous sinks around the 1,40 m height-class. Technical survey methods can accentuate the sinks but they are not the only reasons for their occurrence.

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