2 edition of Moose damage to pre-commercially thinned balsam fir stands found in the catalog.
Moose damage to pre-commercially thinned balsam fir stands
I. D. Thompson
|Statement||by Ian D. Thompson and William J. Curran.|
|Series||Information report / Newfoundland and Labrador Region -- N-X-272., Information report (Canada. Forestry Canada. Newfoundland and Labrador Region) -- no. 272.|
|Contributions||Canada. Forestry Canada. Newfoundland and Labrador Region.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||93073876|
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Effects of overabundant moose on the Newfoundland landscape. pre-commercially thinned balsam fir. high-density moose populations can damage forest habitats in the absence of predation or. A study of use and damage of pre-commercially thinned (PCT) boreal forest stands with balsam fir (Abies balsamea) as the dominant species, by moose (Alces alces), in central Newfoundland, Canada, was undertaken to determine how potentially conflicting resource management goals such as wood yield optimization and provision of stable moose populations could be by: Browsing and damage inflicted by moose in young Scots pine stands subjected to high-stump precommercial thinning, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, DOI: / McLaren BE, Mahoney SP, Porter TS, Oosenbrug SM () Spatial and temporal patterns of use by moose of pre-commercially thinned, naturally-regenerating stands of balsam fir in central Newfoundland.
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