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Ecological aspects of the growth and accumulation of organic matter in some forest phytocoenoses of the northern taiga

, : Ecological aspects of the growth and accumulation of organic matter in some forest phytocoenoses of the northern taiga. Lesovedenie (4): 12-18

Two communities at 64 deg N were studied, both Vaccinium myrtillosum/moss types: (a) a post-fire Scots pine stand, 90 yr old, site class IV, density 0.6, mean ht. 13 m; and (b) a post-fire Norway spruce stand, 70-170 yr old (but trees 100-110 years old predominating), site class V, density 0.7, mean ht. 11 m.


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