Series: Special Publication of the British Ecological Society Series Volume: 11
Edited By: MGR Cannell, DC Malcolm and PA Robertson
312 pages, B/w photos, figs, maps, tabs
Considers the scientific basis of the advantages and disadvantages that tree species mixtures may have compared with monocultures. The book covers aspects of silviculture and timber production, synergism between tree species, the diversity of habitats offered to plants and animals, and the balance of biotic and physical factors that may diminish the risks of catastrophe.
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