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Development of sessile oak and European hornbeam sprouts after thinning
(MDPI AG (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute-MDPI), 2017)
We observed the growth of juvenile sprouts at stool level in an oak-hornbeam selective coppice after selective thinning. We tested the relations of sprouting probability, number and height of new sprouts, and stool biometric ...
Metrics of Growth Habit Derived from the 3D Tree Point Cloud Used for Species Determination-A New Approach in Botanical Taxonomy Tested on Dragon Tree Group Example
(MDPI AG (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute-MDPI), 2020)
Detailed, three-dimensional modeling of trees is a new approach in botanical taxonomy. Representations of individual trees are a prerequisite for accurate assessments of tree growth and morphological metronomy. This study ...
Comparison of parametric and nonparametric methods for modeling height-diameter relationships
(Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, 2017)
This paper focuses on the problem of regionalization of the height-diameter model at the stand level. To this purpose, we selected two different modeling techniques. As a parametric method, we chose a linear mixed effects ...
Growth Response of Sessile Oak and European Hornbeam to Traditional Coppice-with-Standards Management
(MDPI AG (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute-MDPI), 2019)
Research Highlights: The influence of litter raking and livestock grazing on the development of juvenile sessile oak and European hornbeam sprouts as well as on sessile oak standards were studied. Such experiments are very ...
Effect of thinning and reduced throughfall in young coppice dominated by Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. and Carpinus betulus L
(Österreichischer Agrarverlag GmbH, 2018)
The effects of thinning and reduced throughfall on soil moisture and the diameter and height increments of sessile oak and European hornbeam sprouts were studied in the southeastern part of the Czech Republic. Thinning was ...