Regenerating coastal forests in Oregon : an annotated bibliography of selected ecological literature Public Deposited
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This annotated bibliography was compiled to provide a comprehensive list of sources on the ecological factors that affect forest regeneration. Abstracts from 494 publications are indexed by author, species, and subject, and are arranged into 4 major sections. Topics include the effects of biotic factors, abiotic factors, and stand and site history on vegetation, effects of vegetation on aerial and soil resources, effects of vegetation on stand development, vegetation management, plant succession, and response of vegetation to silvicultural activities and disturbances. The citations are predominately for coastal Douglas-fir occurring west of the Cascade Range in Oregon and Washington; however, applicable citations for associated conifers, hardwoods, shrubs, and herbs and for Alaska, California, and British Columbia are also included. Citations on forest genetics, seeds, seedling physiology, and insects are not included in the bibliography.
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