Age-Related Development of Crown Stucture

Age-related development of crown stucture in Coastal Douglas-fir forests
Compare crown structure of 20-, 40-, and 450-yr-old trees using stand-level structural development from young to old-growth stands as a conceptual analog for crown development.

Locations: Wind River Ranger District, Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southwestern Washington State, USA. (45°N, 121°W; altitude 350 m)

Funding Information: Old-growth research funded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

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If you download and use data from these datasets you must provide reference to this citation:
Ishii, H., and N. McDowell. 2002. Age-related development of crown structure in coastal Douglas-fir trees. Forest Ecology and Management 169:257-270.

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