The Potential for the Natural Regeneration of Conifers in Britain (Bulletin (FCBU)) download epub
by Chris J Nixon
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Conifers, Environmental aspects, Environmental aspects of Forest regeneration, Forest regeneration, Reproduction.
Natural regeneration of conifers. Helping forest managers to predict success. An age range of between 31 and 90 years was selected to include standard rotations for the species in Britain and the extension likely to be necessary when using natural regeneration. The age range was divided into three classes: 31-45 years, 46-60 years and 60 years. The aim was to visit ten different sites in each of the 12 combinations of species and age class.
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Abstract: Natural regeneration is crucial for silvicultural approaches based on the continuous presence of a forest cover, or Continuous . Nixon CJ, Worrell R (1999) The potential for the natural regeneration of conifers in Britain. Bulletin no. 120, Forestry Commission, Farnham, UK, pp. 50.
Abstract: Natural regeneration is crucial for silvicultural approaches based on the continuous presence of a forest cover, or Continuous Cover Forestry (CCF). Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) is the main commercial species in the United Kingdom (UK), and its potential for CCF has been demonstrated in various studies. Gscholar.
The potential treeline in continental climates is controlled mainly by low . Taylor, C. M. 1991, Forest fertilization in Britain, Forestry Commission Bulletin 95, HMSO, London, England, U. oogle Scholar
The potential treeline in continental climates is controlled mainly by low temperature. The natural treeline has recently been investigated in Britain and is higher than previously believed. oogle Scholar. Tranquillini, . 1979, Physiological ecology of the alpine timberline - tree existence at high altitudes with special reference to the European alps, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany.
British Wildlife is the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing . Modelling Cold Hardiness Development and Loss in Conifers; . Greer, et al. Section VI: Species Examples.
British Wildlife is the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing essential reading for both enthusiast and professional naturalists and wildlife conservationists. Molecular Biology of Conifer Frost Tolerance and Potential Applications to Tree Breeding; D. Clapham, et al. Section III: Seedling Production and Reforestation.
For millennia, natural disturbance regimes, including anthropogenic fire and hunting practices, have led to forest regeneration patterns that created a diversity of forest lands across the USA. Bu. .For millennia, natural disturbance regimes, including anthropogenic fire and hunting practices, have led to forest regeneration patterns that created a diversity of forest lands across the USA. But dramatic changes in climates, invasive species, and human population, and land use have created novel disturbance regimes that are causing challenges to securing desired natural regeneration.
Article in Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 11(3):187 - 191 · April 2008 with 1 Reads. Cite this publication. There is a need for agreement between theorganizations concerned (EPPO, EEC and national plant protection services) on the diseases which merit specific mention in regulations and off the measures to be adopted to prevent their introduction. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.
Red band needle blight is an economically important disease affecting a number of coniferous trees, in particular pines. In much of the world, including Britain, it is caused by the fungus Dothistroma septosporum. The disease has a world-wide distribution but until recently it was mainly of concern in the southern hemisphere. Red band needle blight causes premature needle defoliation which results in the loss of timber yield and, in severe cases, tree mortality.
The distribution in Britain of carrion-attracted Calliphorinae was examined by simultaneous trappings, under standard conditions, at 51 stations so distributed as to be more or less representative of the country. From published records and other sources, the known distribution of each species by vice-counties was delimited and compared with the observed results. Lucilia sericata (M., L. caesar (., Calliphora erythrocephala (M. and C. vomitoria (. are generally distributed.
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Nature & Ecology
Publisher: Forestry Commission (January 1, 1999)
Pages: 50 pages