St. Paul, Minn. : School of Forestry, University of Minnesota
The study from which the following data were derived was concerned with the
status of restocking following cutting in black spruce swamps. The following tables
and conclusions are based upon examinations of 2900 mil-acre quadrats in Koochiching
County. Data are grouped into three site classes and four categories of residual stand
Buckmand, R.E. and Schneider, A.E., (1952), "Regeneration Following Cutting in Black Spruce Swamps", Minnesota Forestry Notes 3, School of Forestry, University of Minnesota
Minnesota Forestry Notes
Published as Sci. Jour. Ser. Paper No. 2871 of the Univ. of Minn. Agr. Exp. Sta.
Buckman, Robert E.; Schneider, Arthur E..
Regeneration Following Cutting in Black Spruce Swamps.
St. Paul, Minn. : School of Forestry, University of Minnesota.
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