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Sampling oak foliage by the randomized-branch method

Sampling oak foliage by the randomized-branch method <jats:p> Foliage in mature Quercus spp. crowns was sampled by using a two-phase procedure. The first phase provided estimates of the total count of leaf clusters in the tree crowns. The second-phase sample provided information about the clusters such as dry weight, surface area, and leaf count. </jats:p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Canadian Journal of Forest Research CrossRef

Sampling oak foliage by the randomized-branch method

Canadian Journal of Forest Research , Volume 7 (2): 295-298 – Jun 1, 1977

Sampling oak foliage by the randomized-branch method


Abstract

<jats:p> Foliage in mature Quercus spp. crowns was sampled by using a two-phase procedure. The first phase provided estimates of the total count of leaf clusters in the tree crowns. The second-phase sample provided information about the clusters such as dry weight, surface area, and leaf count. </jats:p>

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0045-5067
DOI
10.1139/x77-039
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Abstract

<jats:p> Foliage in mature Quercus spp. crowns was sampled by using a two-phase procedure. The first phase provided estimates of the total count of leaf clusters in the tree crowns. The second-phase sample provided information about the clusters such as dry weight, surface area, and leaf count. </jats:p>

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Canadian Journal of Forest ResearchCrossRef

Published: Jun 1, 1977

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