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Title: Coppice-with-standards: An old silvicultural system with new potential?
Authors: Short, Ian
Campion, Jerry
Keywords: Silviculture
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2014
Publisher: Select Media Ltd
Citation: I. Short and J. Campion (2014). Coppice-with-standards: An old silvicultural system with new potential? Forestry & Energy Review, 4(1): 42-44
Series/Report no.: Forestry & Energy Review;vol 4
Abstract: The last two decades have seen a dramatic increase in the area of broadleaf afforestation in Ireland.Some of these plantations are not performing as well as was expected when planted. This article describes the coppice-with-standards silvicultural system. With the increased demand for fuelwood and greater broadleaf plantation area, some of which may require alternative silvicultural management to the conventional due to poor performance, the coppice–with–standards system has the potential to fulfil many objectives.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11019/541
ISSN: 2009-4124
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