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Strong negative impacts of whole tree harvesting in pine stands on poor, sandy soils: a long-term nutrient budget modelling approach

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Woody biomass, Nutrient cycling, Stem only harvesting, Forest management, Whole tree harvesting, CONIFEROUS FOREST SOILS, ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION, SCOTS PINE, RADIATA PLANTATIONS, FH LAYER, ADDITIONAL HARVEST, SITE PRODUCTIVITY, BIOMASS, NITROGEN, BELGIUM

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Vangansbeke, Pieter et al. “Strong Negative Impacts of Whole Tree Harvesting in Pine Stands on Poor, Sandy Soils: a Long-term Nutrient Budget Modelling Approach.” FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 356 (2015): 101–111. Print.
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Vangansbeke, P., De Schrijver, A., De Frenne, P., Verstraeten, A., Gorissen, L., & Verheyen, K. (2015). Strong negative impacts of whole tree harvesting in pine stands on poor, sandy soils: a long-term nutrient budget modelling approach. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, 356, 101–111.
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Vangansbeke, Pieter, An De Schrijver, Pieter De Frenne, Arne Verstraeten, Leen Gorissen, and Kris Verheyen. 2015. “Strong Negative Impacts of Whole Tree Harvesting in Pine Stands on Poor, Sandy Soils: a Long-term Nutrient Budget Modelling Approach.” Forest Ecology and Management 356: 101–111.
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Vangansbeke, Pieter, An De Schrijver, Pieter De Frenne, Arne Verstraeten, Leen Gorissen, and Kris Verheyen. 2015. “Strong Negative Impacts of Whole Tree Harvesting in Pine Stands on Poor, Sandy Soils: a Long-term Nutrient Budget Modelling Approach.” Forest Ecology and Management 356: 101–111.
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Vangansbeke P, De Schrijver A, De Frenne P, Verstraeten A, Gorissen L, Verheyen K. Strong negative impacts of whole tree harvesting in pine stands on poor, sandy soils: a long-term nutrient budget modelling approach. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. 2015;356:101–11.
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P. Vangansbeke, A. De Schrijver, P. De Frenne, A. Verstraeten, L. Gorissen, and K. Verheyen, “Strong negative impacts of whole tree harvesting in pine stands on poor, sandy soils: a long-term nutrient budget modelling approach,” FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, vol. 356, pp. 101–111, 2015.
@article{6887917,
  author       = {Vangansbeke, Pieter and De Schrijver, An and De Frenne, Pieter and Verstraeten, Arne and Gorissen, Leen and Verheyen, Kris},
  issn         = {0378-1127},
  journal      = {FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT},
  keywords     = {Woody biomass,Nutrient cycling,Stem only harvesting,Forest management,Whole tree harvesting,CONIFEROUS FOREST SOILS,ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION,SCOTS PINE,RADIATA PLANTATIONS,FH LAYER,ADDITIONAL HARVEST,SITE PRODUCTIVITY,BIOMASS,NITROGEN,BELGIUM},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {101--111},
  title        = {Strong negative impacts of whole tree harvesting in pine stands on poor, sandy soils: a long-term nutrient budget modelling approach},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.028},
  volume       = {356},
  year         = {2015},
}

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