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A review of the concept of stand density as used in forestry, with a special selection on the Crown Competition Factor and its application to Douglas-fir Public Deposited

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  • In intensive forest management, one important objective is maximum return on capital invested, or more generally, the most complete utilization of any site as is possible, financially and/or biologically. One parameter associated with a forest stand, density, is a measure of biological utilization of the site and may be subjected to analysis in terms of management objectives. It is the concept of density which is the subject of this report.
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