Structure and dynamics of stands of primeval character composed of the little-leaf linden (Tilia cordata Mill.) in the “Las lipowy Obrożyska” reserve (southernPoland)

https://doi.org/10.17221/4565-JFSCitation:Jaworski A., Kołodziej Z., Bartkowicz L. (2005): Structure and dynamics of stands of primeval character composed of the little-leaf linden (Tilia cordata Mill.) in the “Las lipowy Obrożyska” reserve (southernPoland). J. For. Sci., 51: 283-304.
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The little-leaf linden stand, investigated in this study, is a relict of the Atlantic period. On three permanent sample plots, situated in a strictly protected reserve, trees were measured and classed in 1990 and 2000. Stands in these areas represented the growing up stage in transition to the optimum stage (Obrożyska 1), the optimum stage (Obrożyska 2), and the growing up stage, the selection structure phase (Obrożyska 3). In 2000 the percentage of linden by volume was 97% in Obrożyska 1 and 2, and 77% in Obrożyska 3, while the stand volume was 768, 861, and 761 m3/ha, and basal area 60, 62, and 55 m2/ha,respectively. These stands have the highest per hectare volume among stands of primeval character in the Polish part of the Carpathians.
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