Modelling growth of Eucalyptus spp. on New Zealand dryland micro-sites (2017)
CitationSalekin S, Morgenroth J, Mason E (2017). Modelling growth of Eucalyptus spp. on New Zealand dryland micro-sites. Forest Growers Research.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research30 - Agricultural, veterinary and food sciences::3007 - Forestry sciences
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Modelling the effect of microsite influences on the growth and survival of juvenile Eucalyptus globoidea (Blakely) and Eucalyptus bosistoana (F. Muell) in New Zealand. Salekin, Serajis; Mason, Euan G.; Morgenroth, Justin; Bloomberg, Mark; Meason, Dean F. (MDPI AG, 2019)The effect of microsite on juvenile forest plantation yield is rarely explored. This is because juvenile plantation growth is considered to be reasonably homogenous due to a lack of resource competition between trees prior ...
Salekin, Serajis; Mason, Euan G.; Morgenroth, Justin; Meason, Dean F. (2020)Background: New Zealand’s plantation forest industry is dominated by the exotic species radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don), which comprises approximately 90% of the net stocked area. However, there is interest in introducing ...
Preliminary juvenile height yield models for three durable Eucalyptus species by integrating site-specific factors Salekin S; Burgess JH; Mason E; morgenroth, justin (University of Canterbury, 2020)Executive summary Juvenile height growth models are useful to get an indication and understanding of site-species matching and initial decision making. Furthermore, juvenile height yield models are rare especially from ...