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Proposed theory on ohia forest decline in Hawaii: a precipitant phenomenon related to soil conditions and island maturation


, : Proposed theory on ohia forest decline in Hawaii: a precipitant phenomenon related to soil conditions and island maturation. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1977; 3: 215

The decline of ohia forests (Metrosideros and other genera) is thought to be a natural phenomenon, most pronounced on original surfaces of young shield volcanoes.

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