Assessing site productivity of indigenous cypress pine forest in southern QueenslandCommonwealth Forestry Review
AbstractSite form, the expected height of a 25 cm d.b.h.o.b. tree predicted from the stand heightdiameter relationship, is shown to be a practical and useful measure of site productivity in indigenous cypress pine (Callitris sp.) forests in southern Queensland. Unlike site index, this measure is not based on age and thus has potential for site productivity assessment in stands of unknown or uneven age.
Citation InformationVanclay, JK & Henry, NB 1988, 'Assessing site productivity of indigenous cypress pine forest in southern Queensland', Commonwealth Forestry Review, vol. 67, no. 1, pp. 53-64.
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