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Transformation of the Spruce Young Growth Structure Subsequent to Selective and Gradual Cutting

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N.V. Belyaeva, A.V. Gryazkin

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Results of long-term observations of a young growth emergence and development  in the  spruce and deciduous species stands  of wood sorrel and whortleberry types subsequent to selective and gradual cutting have been analyzed. It is noted that non-clear cuttings  precipitates recreative succession of forest phytocenosis.

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N.V. Belyaeva, A.V. Gryazkin
St. Petersburg State Forestry Engineering University

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St. Petersburg State Forestry Engineering University

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Key words: forest phytocenosis, non-clear cutting, gradual cutting, selective cutting, spruce, deciduous species stands of wood sorrel and whortleberry forest types, biological cycle, natural reforestation, spruce young generation, undergrowth number and

Transformation of the Spruce Young Growth Structure Subsequent to Selective and Gradual Cutting

 

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