Site Influences on Northern White-Cedar Stem Quality and Growth
Date Published: 2009
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Peer Reviewers/Endorsers: Advisory Committee: Ivan J. Fernandez, Professor of Soil Science Laura Kenefic, Silviculturist, USFS Northern Research Station Michael E. Day, Professor, School of Forest Resources
- Kell, Jon
Northern white-cedar has been present in mixed species forests since the mid-Holocene - 7500 ypb (Yu 1997). The modern-day primary range of NWC extends form southern Canada east to Maine. Many aspects of the third most abundant conifer in Maine are unknown in comparison to its common associates spruce and fir, despite the high value of NWC as both raw material for industry and as wildlife habitat.
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