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Forest regeneration by nature and man - studies in boreal Sweden emphasizing genetic aspects


, : Forest regeneration by nature and man - studies in boreal Sweden emphasizing genetic aspects. Forest regeneration by nature and man studies in boreal Sweden emphasizing genetic aspects: 130 pp.

A dissertation containing a summary report (44 pp., including 8 pp. of ref.) and the full text of 5 papers (published or in press) written or co-written by L. Ackzell. The study is based on observations of natural and artificial regeneration of Pinus sylvestris and other conifers, and of broadleaves, in Sweden.


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