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Salvage and thinning operations in second-growth ponderosa pine stands Pinus ponderosa, postharvest logging residue, small-diameter trees, costs, Montana


Salvage and thinning operations in second-growth ponderosa pine stands Pinus ponderosa, postharvest logging residue, small-diameter trees, costs, Montana



USDA Forest Service research paper INT United States Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 983 (311)




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