Forest Decline Concepts
Paul D. Manion, Denis Lachance
APS Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Nature - 249 pages
International in scope, this book provides a foundation of diverse ideas and approaches to explain complex problems of trees.
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A NATURAL DIEBACK THEORY COHORT
CLIMATIC PERTURBATION AS A GENERAL
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