alexa Regeneration and Recruitment Correlate with Stand Density and Composition in Long-Unburned Aspen Stands Undergoing Succession to Conifer in the Sierra Nevada, USA

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Regeneration and Recruitment Correlate with Stand Density and Composition in Long-Unburned Aspen Stands Undergoing Succession to Conifer in the Sierra Nevada, USA

Succession from quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) to coniferous species is occurring throughout many forests of North America. Aspen is a pioneer species adapted to disturbance. Some aspen form pure stands and appear to remain stable in that state, but in many cases succession to conifer is expected in the absence of disturbances such as fire that kills young conifers establishing within aspen stands.

Citation: https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/regeneration-and-recruitment-correlate-with-stand-density-and-composition-in-longunburned-aspen-stands-undergoing-succession-to-conifer-in-the-sierra-nevada-usa-2168-9776.1000119.php?aid=25130

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