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Fixed physiological parameters in the 3-PG model produced accurate estimates of loblolly pine growth on sites in different geographic regions


Fixed physiological parameters in the 3-PG model produced accurate estimates of loblolly pine growth on sites in different geographic regions

Bryars, C., C. Maier, D. Zhao, M. Kane, B. Borders, R. Will, and R. Teskey. 2013. Fixed physiological parameters in the 3-PG model produced accurate estimates of loblolly pine growth on sites in different geographic regions. Forest Ecology and Management 289: 501-514. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2012.09.031

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