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Title: Attractive to the population of different composition stands
Authors: Yushkevich, M. V.
Keywords: состав древостоев
еловые насаждения
сосновые насаждения
привлекательность древостоев
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: BSTU
Citation: Yushkevich, M. V. Attractive to the population of different composition stands / M. V. Yushkevich // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 1. – Minsk : BSTU, 2015. – P. 64-67
Description: Set attractiveness of different compositions stands for the population of Belarus. Pine and birch stands have a higher grade point average attractiveness than spruce. The greatest attraction are pine with a share of 30–50% of other species. Admixture of birch increases, and the presence of spruce less attractive pine stands. The attractiveness of pine forest s with the presence of only the birch is very high. Attractiveness increases with the proportion of spruce forests of birch 40–50 and 20–30% share of pine, reduced involvement of these species 10–30 and 40–50 %, respectively, and the presence of oak. The uneven dispersal of trees and stand age difference in creases the attractiveness of pure spruce stands. Among the most attractive birch stands have mixed with a touch of oak or pine 30–50%, as well as pure birch. The uneven dispersal of trees and stand density reduction in pine and spruce forests greatly increases the attractiveness of stands. Increases the attractiveness of all undergrowth plants and/or underforest that grows in groups, as well as rare on density.
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