By: E Kristian Morgenstern
209 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
Geographic variation within tree species is one of the basic issues facing foresters, biologists, and others who work with trees. Genetic differences among and within populations of these trees become important considerations when forests are regenerated artificially by seeding and planting, and when new species are introduced. This comprehensive, well-researched book makes a significant contribution to the knowledge of one of our most important renewable natural resources.
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