Review of Measurement Techniques in Site Productivity Studies
Contribution to Book
Impacts of Forest Harvesting on Long-Term Site Productivity
W.J. Dyck, D.W. Cole, and N.B. Comerford
Chapman and Hall (an imprint of Taylor and Francis)
review, measurement techniques, site productivity, studies
This book is a synthesis of knowledge on the impacts of harvesting on long-term site productivity, stemming from information gathered from the International Energy Agency Bioenergy Agreement Project on Environmental Impacts of Intensive Harvesting. Annual workshops during the project have produced much new and important information and the work of over 150 collaborators on the project has been carefully synthesised into this book.
Van Miegroet, H., D. Zabowski, C.T. Smith, and H. Lundkvist. 1994. Chapter 10. Review of measurement techniques in site productivity studies. pp. 287-362 IN: W.J. Dyck, D.W. Cole, and N.B. Comerford (eds.) Impacts of forest harvesting on long-term site productivity. Chapman and Hall, London, United Kingdom.
Originally published by Chapman and Hall (an imprint of Taylor & Francis). Chapter fulltext not available online.