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Stand structure and dynamics of sand pine differ between the Florida panhandle and peninsula

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Stand structure and dynamics of sand pine differ between the Florida panhandle and peninsula; 2008; Article; Journal; Plant Ecology; Drewa, P. B.; Platt, W. J.; Kwit, C.; Doyle, T. W.

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Size and age structures of stand populations of numerous tree species exhibit uneven or reverse J-distributions that can persist after non-catastrophic disturbance, especially windstorms. Among disjunct populations of conspecific trees, alternative distributions are also possible and may be attributed to more localized variation in disturbance. Regional differences in structure and demography among disjunct populations of sand pine (Pinus clausa (Chapm. ex Engelm.) Vasey ex Sarg.) in the Florida panhandle and peninsula may result from variation in hurricane regimes associated with each of these populations. We measured size, age, and growth rates of trees from panhandle and peninsula populations and then compiled size and age class [...]

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.1007/s11258-007-9333-6
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