Uses a mechanistic perspective to describe how forests grow and respond to intentional manipulations and natural disturbances. Synthesizes the latest information from physiology, ecology and silviculture and compares patterns in different regions. Emphasizes the constant change of all forests and shows that similar development patterns are occurring in forests in North American and beyond.
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Book Description McGraw Hill Higher Education, USA, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Reprint. 0070478295 xx, 467 pages. Extensively footnoted. List of scientific names of plant species discussed. Index. "Provides a comprehensive account of the most advanced scientific information available on the processes of forest stand dynamics, enabling you to predict local and regional forest growth and change, plan forest manipulations successfully, and plan for regional changes in forest structures, products, and demands." - from back cover. Prior owner's name stamped on half-title page, bottom and fore-edges, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. Tight and square. A sound copy of this impressive reference. Bookseller Inventory # 762H1145