2 edition of Analysis of jack pine thinning experiments, Manitoba and Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
Analysis of jack pine thinning experiments, Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Imre E. Bella
1974 by Dept. of the Environment, Canadian Forestry Service in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English
|Statement||by I. E. Bella and J. P. DeFranceschi.|
|Series||Publication (Canadian Forestry Service) -- no. 1338|
|Contributions||DeFranceschi, J. P., Canadian Forestry Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p :|
|Number of Pages||21|
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InRandolph Milton Brown designed a thinning experiment with two treatment levels and a control within a year old stand of jack pine. The experiment was designed to continue research that had begun with a thinning of a year-old jack pine stand, an installation that lacked a control.
We developed individual tree deterministic growth and mortality models for jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) using data from permanent sample plots in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada. Height and diameter increment equations were fitted using nonlinear mixed effects models.
Logistic mixed models were used to estimate jack pine survival probability based on tree and stand by: 5. Root mass, net primary production and turnover in aspen, jack pine and black spruce forests in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Tree Physiology 17(8_9) Abstract.
Root biomass, net primary production and turnover were studied in aspen, jack pine and black spruce forests in two contrasting climates. The climate of the Southern Study Area (SSA) near Manitoba and Saskatchewan book Albert, Saskatchewan is warmer and drier in the summer and milder in the winter than the Northern Study Area (NSA) near Thompson, Manitoba Cited by: sent volume is found in the jack pine 6 forest type, and the remainder is in other forest types of which jack pine is a component.
As ofnet volume of jack pine sawtimber in the Lake States was billion board feet: 55 percent in Minnesota, 28 percent in Wisconsin, and 17 percent in Michigan. Production In42 million board feet. University of Manitoba, [email protected] What is “analysis”???.
Analysis means to break something up into parts, Analysis pieces, reasons, or steps and look at how those pieces are related to each other. Analysis usually goes together with synthesis because. The Province of Manitoba is located in the center of Canada. It is one of the three prairie provinces.
Manitoba has a vast and diverse landscape. The southern and western regions are mostly grassland, the eastern and northern regions Analysis of jack pine thinning experiments mostly covered by the Canadian Shield, also called the.
The jack pine budworm symposium was held on January, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Twenty-one papers were presented on the biology and management of jack pine budworm. Presentations were made on the geographical and historical extent of jack pine budworm outbreaks, the regional perspectives on population management, population biology, as.
Modeling the effects of varied forest management regimes on carbon dynamics in jack pine stands under climate change Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43(5) May.
2 Impact of dwarf mistletoe An important pathogen for jack pine is the lodgepole pine dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium americanum Nutt. ex Engelm.).There are about five species of dwarf mistletoe that are known in Canada, of which A.
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Our analysis found that thinning is unlikely to increase yields; however, if thinning is carried out for other reasons, judicious choice of a thinning regime can avoid a yield loss.
Thinning to 2 –3 stems per hectare appears to be optimal, maximizing the positive effect on tree growth without major losses in. explored by Tardif et al. () in western Manitoba.
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Distribution of sample sites used for this study (“New sites”), together with the sites used in a previous study of lodgepole and jack pine using population genetic methods to identify adaptive candidates (“Original sites,” Cullingham et al., ).The inset includes the sampling location of all trees used in a paired analysis to examine whether any of the identified adaptive Cited by: 2.
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