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Forest Site and Productivity

Auflage 1986. Sprache: Englisch.
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Titel: Forest Site and Productivity

ISBN: 9024732840
EAN: 9789024732845
Auflage 1986.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von B. Gessel
SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH

31. Januar 1986 - gebunden - 270 Seiten

A knowledge of forest site and forest productivity variables is fundamental to sound forest practice everywhere. The ability to identify sites and site problems correctly and manipulate productivity variables for maintenance or improvement of productivity is the basis of modern forest management. Although the basic facts regarding forest site and productivity apply throughout the world, the application of information and the response to manipulation vary greatly and depend on local forest conditions. The September 1981 World Congress of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) in Kyoto, Japan was the occasion for the special meeting on Forest Site and Productivity sponsored by the IUFRO Site Group Sl.02. This meeting brought together forest site and productivity researchers from across the world to review current thought and the state of site research. Information not ordinarily available in one place was presented at this meeting. As organizer of the session, I decided to attempt to publish the papers in one volume. Arrangements were made with a publisher, Martinus Nijhoff, and also with the authors. The process of publication has taken longer than desirable, but the volume does appear at an opportune time coincident with the 1986 IUFRO World Congress in Yugoslavia. Material contained in this publication will set the stage for Site Group discussions at the 1986 meeting. This volume assembles the thought of forest research workers from many different countries and therefore many different kinds of forests.
Site and Land Classification.
- 1. The Relationship between Site Classification and Terrain Classification.
- 2. The Geomorphic Approach to Site Delineation in Intensively Managed Exotic Conifer Plantations.
- 3. Systematic Evaluation of Forest Soil Quality in Relation to Water Conservation.
- 4. A Site Classification for Forest Land Use in Japan.
- 5. Runoff Response to Peatland Forest Drainage in Finland: A Synthesis.
- 6. Site Classification and Prediction in Young Caribbean Pine Plantations in Grasslands of Venezuela.
- 7. Land Classification for Industrial Afforestation in the State of Säo Paulo, Brazil.
- 8. Methodological Assumptions for Forest Soil and Site Characterization in the KAL-BIGLEB Subsystem.- Nutrient Cycling and Site Productivity.
- 9. Nutrient Cycling in World Forests.
- 10. Nutritional Costs of Shortened Rotations in Plantation Forestry.
- 11. Maintenance of Productivity of Radiata Pine Monocultures on Sandy Soils in Southeast Australia.
- 12. Monitoring the Long-term Effects of Management Practices on Site Productivity in South African Forestry.
- 13. Experiences with Stem Phloem Analysis.
- 14. Estimation of Volume and Weight Growth in Gmelina arborea with X-ray Densitometry.- Fertilization and Site Growth Response.
- 15. Foliar Analysis for Predicting Quantitative Fertilizer Response: The Importance of Stand and Site Variables to the Interpretation.
- 16. Differences in Yield at Different Sites: An Irrigation-Fertilization Study of Nutrient Flux during Fast Growth.
- 17. The Response of Some Norway Spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) Provenances to Fertilizers.
- 18. The Fertilizer Trial Oerrel in Picea abies, with Reference to Sampling Methodology.
- 19. Foliar Responses Caused by Different Nitrogen Rates at the Refertilization of Fertile Pine Swamps.
- 20. Fertilizers for Forest Use in Japan.
- 21. Studies on Pine Stand Fertilization.- I. Soil Testing Results and Discussion.- II. Utilization of Soil Nutrients by Pine.- Contributors.

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