Lodgepole Pine Vigor, Regeneration, and Infestation by Mountain Pine Beetle Following Partial cutting on the Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming

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Amman, Gene D; Lessard, Gene D; Rasmussen, Lynn A; O'Neil, Curtis G;
(1988)
  • Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
  • Subject: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Forest Biology | Forest Sciences | Entomology | Wood Science and Pulp, Paper Technology | Dendroctonus ponderosae | Forest Management | Pinus contorta
    mesheuropmc: fungi

Lodgepole pine stands were thinned in the Shoshone National Forest of northwestern Wyoming in 1979 and 1980 using different forms of partial cutting. Average losses of trees 5 inches diameter at breast height and larger to mountain pine beetles during the 5 years follow... View more
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