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The Use of Distance Measures in Phytosociological Sampling

The Use of Distance Measures in Phytosociological Sampling July, 19'56 are relatively long-lived and which will form part Cline, A. C., and S. H. Spurr. 1942. The virgin up­ land forest of central New England. Harvard For­ of the mature associations. est Bull. 21. 58 p. In practically every case, the character of the Curtis, J. D. 1943. Some observations on wind dam­ new stand was apparent within only two growing age. Jour. Forestry 41: 877-882. seasons of the hurricane. The absence of later Haig, I. T. 1929. Accuracy of quadrat sampling in successful invasion of seedlings is attributable in studying forest reproduction on cut-over areas. Ecol­ part to competition from growth already estab­ ogy 10: 374-381. lished, and in part to unfavorable environment in --. 1931. The stocked-quadrat method of sampling the blowdown areas. forest stands. Jour. Forestry 29: 747-749. REFERENCES Larson, R. W., R. A. Yoder, C. E. Gill, and L. Praher. 1942. Silvicultural study of Tom Swamp III. Un­ Baldwin, H. I. 1940. Natural regeneration on white pine lands following the hurricane. Fox Forest pub. Masters' Theses, Harvard Forest. Notes No. 21. 2 p. Latimer, W. J., R. F. R. Martin, and M. 0. Lanphear. 1942. Forestry in New England. National 1927. Soil survey http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecology Wiley

The Use of Distance Measures in Phytosociological Sampling

Ecology , Volume 37 (3) – Jul 1, 1956

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0012-9658
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Abstract

July, 19'56 are relatively long-lived and which will form part Cline, A. C., and S. H. Spurr. 1942. The virgin up­ land forest of central New England. Harvard For­ of the mature associations. est Bull. 21. 58 p. In practically every case, the character of the Curtis, J. D. 1943. Some observations on wind dam­ new stand was apparent within only two growing age. Jour. Forestry 41: 877-882. seasons of the hurricane. The absence of later Haig, I. T. 1929. Accuracy of quadrat sampling in successful invasion of seedlings is attributable in studying forest reproduction on cut-over areas. Ecol­ part to competition from growth already estab­ ogy 10: 374-381. lished, and in part to unfavorable environment in --. 1931. The stocked-quadrat method of sampling the blowdown areas. forest stands. Jour. Forestry 29: 747-749. REFERENCES Larson, R. W., R. A. Yoder, C. E. Gill, and L. Praher. 1942. Silvicultural study of Tom Swamp III. Un­ Baldwin, H. I. 1940. Natural regeneration on white pine lands following the hurricane. Fox Forest pub. Masters' Theses, Harvard Forest. Notes No. 21. 2 p. Latimer, W. J., R. F. R. Martin, and M. 0. Lanphear. 1942. Forestry in New England. National 1927. Soil survey

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