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Thinnings in even-aged stands

Peder Braathe

Thinnings in even-aged stands

a summary of European literature

by Peder Braathe

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Published by Faculty of Forestry, University of New Brunswick in Fredericton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest thinning.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 88-92.

    Statementby Peder Braathe.
    ContributionsUniversity of New Brunswick. Faculty of Forestry.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 92 p. :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17893608M

    Authors: Cain, Michael D.; Shelton, Michael G. Publication Year: Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication Source: J. Appl. For. 27(1) Abstract. In southeastern Arkansas, pine growth was monitored for 19 yr after mechanically strip thinning a dense, naturally regenerated, even-aged stand of 6-yr-old loblolly pines (Pinus taeda L.) and shortleaf pines . This study extends the economic literature on forest stand management by applying a process-based, rather than empirical, stand growth model. The economics of timber production is investigated using a distance-independent, individual tree process model specified for pure Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) taper and crown morphology information are used for .

    (reproduction cuttings and thinnings, gap planting) to covert even aged structure to uneven and gradually replacing slash pine with longleaf pine. The preharvest stand structure data has been used to develop tree marking guides using residual basal area, gap size and /or diameter classes to guide and regulate stand conversion. The harvest is. Older stands now cover large areas in Massachusetts because there hasn't been much pasture abandonment or heavy cutting since the s. With these older stands, opportunities for intermediate thinnings have been missed and it's time .

    Natural even-aged stands also often develop following overstory-killing disturbances such as intense fires, hurricane-force winds, ice storms, and stand-killing insect infestations. Technically, an even-aged stand has only one or two age cohorts of trees,with the tree ages within each cohort spanning at most 20 years. Further, according to the model, stand projections were produced for three Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) sapling stands (age of 25 years, stand density fluctuating from to stems ha - 1). Then, (even-aged) stand management was optimized by applying sequential quadratic programming (SQP) among those growth predictions.


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Thinnings in even-aged stands. Fredericton: Faculty of Forestry, University of New Brunswick, (OCoLC) Online version: Braathe, Peder.

Thinnings in even-aged stands. Fredericton: Faculty of Forestry, University of New Brunswick, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication. Therefore even-aged stands can be created through clearcut harvesting of trees Thinnings in even-aged stands book subsequent plantings (Fig.

Seed tree or shelterwood harvests, where a minor amount of the overstory remains to provide seed for the new stand, can be used to create an even-aged stand. Even-aged stands can also be created as a result of natural disturbances. ment of an unthinned stand () and thinnings to 60 percent () are shown for a year projection.

Each symbol represents a 5-year growth period. Using a year-old stand with a site index of 65 as an example, suppose a field inventory indicates that our stand has 92 square feet of basal area and trees per acre.

Journals & Books; Help VolumeSeptemberAn economic analysis of thinnings and rotation lengths in the presence of natural risks in even-aged forest stands.

Author links open overlay panel Andreas Halbritter a. Thinnings as Unequal Harvest Ages in Even-Aged Forest Stands Article (PDF Available) in Forest Science 60(4) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Renke Coordes. Even-aged mangroves could be transformed to irregular stands through silviculture.

• Without intervention, natural steady state develops after around 2 tree generations. • Frequent thinnings accelerate the development of multi-layered forest structures.

• Transformation only succeeds through intense forest operations. Stocking control in uneven-aged stands has advanced as our understanding of stand dynamics has moved forward (O'Hara and Gersonde, ). Likewise, the effects of final harvests, thinnings, and other treatments on regeneration, growth and stand development are now better understood than ever (Harmer et al., ).

Two field experiments, located in Central and Northern Sweden, were used to study the influence of standing volume on volume increment and ingrowth in uneven-aged Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) stands subjected to different experiment had a 3 × 2 factorial block design with two replications.

Thinnings have been included in the numerical analysis of the even-aged problem by e.g. Pohjola and Valsta (), Daigneault et al.

(), and Niinimäki et al. According to these studies, carbon pricing postpones thinnings and increases stand volume along the rotation. An illustration of the two forest management systems to be compared in this study: the even-aged (a) and uneven-aged (b) forest stand level, even-aged management comprises a clear and repetitive cycle of distinct phases, including the regeneration, growing, and thinning, and final harvesting where typically a low number of live retention trees.

The stands may undergo a series of stages, during which an even-aged stand is transformed into two-storied mixed stand, and finally to multistoried or uneven-aged stand structure. The species composition often changes during the succession of stand stages. This study developed models for stand dynamics that can be used in different stand.

In order to describe the productivity of pure even-aged stands of common beech, a system of three differential equations is proposed for dominant height, basal area and total volume growth.

A two-species, whole-stand, deterministic growth model was combined with three optimization methods to derive management regimes for species composition, thinnings, and rotation age, with the objective of maximizing soil expectation value.

Although the analysis in this study concentrates on the negative effects of the joint timber growth of even-aged trees in a stand, i.e., σ i > 0 in 52, the model covers the whole range of timber volume and timber price interdependencies between trees.

When the narrow view of the solely competitive and equivalent stand is abandoned, the tree. Thinning even-aged Douglas-fir stands: effects of density and structure on stand volume growth / Article (PDF Available) March with 24 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

small and big trees in even-aged stands Of the same the series of thinnings throughout a rotation including the method and residual density for each one The thinning regime insures timely control over stand density and growth. keeping things in control.

The possibility of stratification in mixed planted stands is less certain, since only young planted stands were available for study. Management of such mixed stands appears to improve the yield and quantity of wood and reduce or eliminate costly precommercial thinnings. optimization problems may be restricted to even-aged stands, uneven-aged stands, one-species stands, low thinnings, etc.

It is not uncommon that some important elements of stand dynamics like advance regeneration are ignored when stand development is simulated (e.g., Valsta ; Pukkala and Miina ).

Several growth and yield simulators are. EVEN-AGED UNEVEN-AGED; Advantages: Disadvantages: Advantages: Disadvantages: Allows almost complete control over stand establishment: Supply of seed or seedlings must come from outside of the stand to be established, unless shelterwood or seed tree reproduction methods are employed.

Thinning is a term used in agricultural sciences to mean the removal of some plants, or parts of plants, to make room for the growth of others but does not involve the cutting of the whole ive removal of parts of a plant such as branches, buds, or roots is typically known as pruning.

In forestry, thinning is the selective removal of trees, primarily undertaken to improve. These are typical values for even-aged stands growing on corresponding sites. The annual volume growths are higher than the average values for advanced thinning forests ( m 3 ha −1 a −1 for pine-dominated stands and m 3 ha −1 a −1 for spruce-dominated stands) in the same region at that moment (Ilvessalo, ).Get this from a library!

Growth response from thinning young even-aged white oak stands. [Martin E Dale; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)] -- S2In cooperation with various universities, state forestry organizations, and private industries, the U.S. Forest Service undertook a series of studies to estimate growth and yield of upland oaks for.The typical hardwood stand with which the silviculturist in Connecticut has to deal is even-aged in form.

The causes which operated in the past to create stands of this character are thoroughly understood and do not require consideration in this study. That even-aged stands, particularly when densely stocked and composed of comparatively intolerant species, require thinning to .