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Reference (model) forests


, : Reference (model) forests. Etalonnye lesa: 160

Reference stands or model stands are defined as those whose composition, yield and quality correspond best to the stated objects of management. The species composition and yield of forests in European Russia are discussed in relation to the identification of reference stands, and to the optimum climatic and soil conditions for the creation of such reference stands.

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