Quantifying interspecific competition in a young jack pine plantation in northern Ontario

by AndrГ©e Elizabeth Morneault

Publisher: National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa

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Quantifying interspecific competition in a young jack pine plantation in northern Ontario by AndrГ©e Elizabeth Morneault Download PDF EPUB FB2

The conifer seedlings had the greatest fertilizer 15N uptake ( and µg/m2 root for white spruce and jack pine, respectively) when grown in monoculture and the lowest uptake when.

Polymorphic site index at age 20 years (SI 20) curves for jack pine (A) plantations and (B) natural stands in northern Ontario. The numbers 6 to 14 on the right side of the figures are site indices.

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Individual-tree distance independent diameter growth models were developed for black spruce and jack pine plantations. Data used in this study came via stem analysis on black spruce (Picea mariana [Mill.]B.S.P.) and jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) trees sampled from 75 stands of 25 even-aged monospecific plantations for each species in the Canadian boreal Cited by: Process converts fast-growing trees into structural lumber.(new lumber plant to be built in Kenora, Ontario by Trus Joist)(Brief Article): An article from: Northern Ontario Business [Sitter, Ken] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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• Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus) - 5 needles per bundle. Flowers: Spring Leaves: Two or three needles per bundle. Bareroot jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) and white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss) were planted near Elliot Lake, Ontario, on a boreal reforestation site.

Site preparation treatments were mixed, mineral and undisturbed (i.e., control) soil. Seedling water relations and growth were examined during the first field season. During the first 28 days after Cited by: variability in natural jack pine stands from a small area in central Ontario.

This area was chosen because of the presence of discontinuous jack pine distribution; major groupings of jack pine interpreted from LANDSAT imagery (Buchert ) were used as a first level of sampling in a hierarchial sampling design.

Within each of two major jack. The size of individual pine saplings was more negatively affected by neighboring plants in type II than I. Sitka alder, of all the dominant species in the undisturbed community, had the greatest competitive effect on pine size.

The extensive competition index, percent cover of sitka alder, explained 45% of the variation in stem by: 2. Genetic Divergence and signatures of natural election in marginal populations of a Keystone, long-lived conifer, Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus) from Northern Ontario: Chhatre, Vikram E.; Rajora, Om P.

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Abstract. Root biomass, net primary production and turnover were studied in aspen, jack pine and black spruce forests in two contrasting climates. The climate of the Southern Study Area (SSA) near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan is warmer and drier in the summer and milder in the winter than the Northern Study Area (NSA) near Thompson, Manitoba Cited by: Provincial-based individual tree volume tables for Douglas-fir, white birch, tamarack, Engelmann spruce and jack pine (Ecologically based individual for major Alberta tree species report) [Huang, Shongming] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Here, we hypothesize that size‐asymmetric competition is a structuring factor of our biodiversity tree plantation. MethodsCited by: Decomposition, litter fall, and nutrient and organic matter turnover rates were determined in five eastern Ontario jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) stands having various burning histories, including wildfire.

The stands included a year-old age-class (stand No. 1), two stands within this age-class that were treated with nonlethal understorey fires in and (stand. Evaluation of a tracked feller-buncher harvesting plantation loblolly pine: Klepac, John and Dana Mitchell.

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For example, northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) is the most commonly planted exotic deciduous tree species in Germany, but its response to varying levels of competition intensity has not yet been adequately explored.

Here, we used terrestrial laser scanning to non-destructively Cited by: 3. in 5 conifer species - white spruce, black spruce, red pine, jack pine and white pine. For containers, most production is con-centrated in the north in jack pine, white and black spruce.

The most radical shift in bare root production was a recent move back to transplanting for spruce in the northern nurseries. Trans. Bare-root jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) and white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss) seedlings were planted on a boreal cut-over site and subsequent growth and seedling water relation patterns were monitored over the first growing ison of morphological development between white spruce and jack pine showed jack pine seedlings had greater new Cited by: wintering grounds.

We modeled jack pine occupancy and growth in relation to several environmental variables under current and future climate scenarios to determine if shifts in distribution and growth rate may occur. Our models projected that jack pine distribution across the Upper Midwest could decrease by up to 90% byandFile Size: 2MB.

10 developed in Ontario (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources ). Plantation volumes 11 (m3 ha-1) were then calculated based on trees ha 12 13 Laboratory Analyses 14 Soil samples were air-dried and then sieved with a 2 mm mesh to remove any 15 coarse fragments. Particle size distribution of all soil samples was determined from a.

Proceedings of the 3 Western White Pine Management Conference, June, Vernon BC. BC Ministry of Forests and Range, Kamloops, British Columbia.

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Trees Ontario Discussion Paper: Alternative Approaches to Afforestation Contents Executive Summary 3 Acknowledgements 5 Contents 7 Introduction 9 01 Projecting forest development 11 Stand initiation 11 Stem exclusion (white pine plantation)12 Understory reinitiation 14 Old growth 15 02 Description of the area and its variability production can be seen in response to below-ground competition.

While these have been characterized in individual plants as general responses to competition, very little is known about how resource competition in the root zone affects landscape plants.

Characterizing and describing these effects and responses to below ground. The only other Ontario tree/shrub that has leaves in whorls of three is the Northern Catalpa (Catalpa speciosa) tree.

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In a recent Ontario study examining responses of young northern forest plantations to various timings and durations of vegetation control, Wagner et al. () found that nearly all of the potential productivity in early stand development could be obtained if vegetation was controlled with herbicides for a short time after planting jack pine Cited by: The name “Ontario” originates from a native Iroquoian word meaning as northern California.

Although Quebec is Canada’s largest province, Ontario, the second largest, has a lot to offer. Read on to find out more about the amazing province bought a young orphaned black bear cub and named her Winnipeg, Winnie for short. seedlings to reduce competition.

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This method promotes the. Evaluation of some competition indices for the prediction of diameter increment in planted white spruce. Information Report FMR‐X‐ Canadian Department of Environment, Forest Management Institute, Ottawa, Ontario.History. The Royal Canadian Geographical Society was founded in by Charles Camsell and a group of eminent Canadians, including Marius Barbeau, an ethnographer and folklorist who is today considered a founder of Canadian anthropology, Hon.

A.E. Arsenault, Premier of Prince Edward Island and justice of the province's supreme court, Lawrence J. Burpee, Secretary for Headquarters: 50 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario.included hybrid spruce and ponderosa pine, the project’s primary focus was on survival and early growth of Douglas-fir and lodgepole pine.

It sheds light on plantation management issues that are currently important in both zones. This study demonstrates that site preparation is a useful tool for improving.