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Response of Uneven-aged Douglas-fir to Alternative Spacing Regimes: Analysis of the Initial Impact of the Spacing Regimes

Author(s) or contact(s): P.L. Marshall
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Growth and Yield
Series: FRDA Report
Other details:  Published 1996. Hardcopy is available.


The objectives of this report were to describe the treatments applied in a Douglas-fir spacing study carried out on the Alex Fraser Research Forest of the University of British Columbia; and, to access the initial effect of these treatments on the residual stand structures.

FRDA Research Report 242 (2166 KB)

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