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The influence of early thinning on stem taper in Piedmont upland hardwood stands

, : The influence of early thinning on stem taper in Piedmont upland hardwood stands. General Technical Report Southern Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( SRS-30): 47-52

The influence of early thinning (stand density) on stem taper in an upland hardwood forest was investigated in the Clemson Experimental Forest in the Piedmont of South Carolina. Taper measurements were taken by using a tripod-mounted pentaprism equipped with a clinometer. A published stem profile model was used to fit these taper data to the trees measured. Effects of low thinning and nurse tree thinning were analysed.


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