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Temperature of the Ground Air Zone and Factors affecting it
Occurrence Distribution and relative Severity of the
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absence of damage afforestation amount of damage beech birch broadleaved trees buds canopy climate cloud cold air conifers coppice Corsican pine Damage Classes damage occurred damage was reported Detailed counts difference Douglas fir effect England European larch feet Forest of Dean Forestry Forestry Commission frost damage frost injury frosts occur given glen grass minimum ground air zone growth hardy height high forest Japanese larch japonica Katabatic Winds killed large number late flushing late frosts Leaders leading shoot loss of heat low temperatures lower meteorological mid-May frosts moderately damaged Moray Firth Nagshead night northerly Norway spruce old wood plants protection radiation frost recorded reported undamaged Scotland Scots pine severe damage severe frost side shelter Sitka spruce situations Sl-N slight damage slopes small trees soil species spring frosts stations suffered surface susceptibility Table thermometers Trees in Damage unspecified spp usually valley bottom wind young shoots