European Journal of Forest Research
The European Journal of Forest Research publishes research articles and reviews addressing a range of subjects worldwide: Biological, ecological and socio-economic knowledge relevant to wood and forests Systems analysis and modeling of forests and landscape Forest ecology, conservation and management Forestry-to-wood production chain The Journal is aimed at researchers, managers and policy makers. Coverage includes reports on trends in research, studies in regeneration, soil chemistry, regional and local changes in forest cover and patters and more. The Editor-in-Chief is Prof. Dr. Hans Pretzsch, Chair of Forest Yield Science, Faculty of Forest Science and Resource Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany.
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Relationships between the mean trees by basal area and by volume: reconciling form factors in the classic Bavarian yield and volume tables for Norway spruce
C. S. Eastaugh (September 2014)
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