Silva Fennica

Finnish Society of Forest Science

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  • 2021 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Sphaeropsis sapinea found as symptomless endophyte in Finland​
    Terhonen, E.-L.; Babalola, J.; Kasanen, R.; Jalkanen, R. & Blumenstein, K.​ (2021) 
    Silva Fennica55(1).​ DOI: 
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  • 2021 Journal Article | Research Paper | 
    ​ ​Evaluation of a new pruning and tending system for young stands of Douglas fir​
    Schönauer, M.; Hoffmann, S.; Nolte, M. & Jaeger, D.​ (2021) 
    Silva Fennica55(2).​ DOI: 
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  • 2014 Journal Article
    ​ ​Reconstructing leaf growth based on non-destructive digitizing and low-parametric shape evolution for plant modelling over a growth cycle​
    Henke, M.; Huckemann, S. ; Kurth, W.   & Sloboda, B. ​ (2014) 
    Silva Fennica48(2) pp. 1​-23​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2012 Journal Article
    ​ ​Species-Habitat Associations in a Northern Temperate Forest in China​
    Zhang, C.; Zhao, Y.; Zhao, X. & von Gadow, K.​ (2012) 
    Silva Fennica46(4) art. 907​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2011 Journal Article
    ​ ​Biomass Structure and Allometry of Abies nephrolepis (Maxim) in Northeast China​
    Wang, J.; Zhang, C.; Xia, F.; Zhao, X.; Wu, L. & von Gadow, K.​ (2011) 
    Silva Fennica45(2) art. 113​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2011 Journal Article
    ​ ​Quantifying tree biomass carbon stocks, their changes and uncertainties using routine stand taxation inventory data​
    Wutzler, T.; Profft, I. & Mund, M.​ (2011) 
    Silva Fennica45 pp. 359​-377​.​
  • 2008 Journal Article
    ​ ​Probability of recent bark stripping damage by red deer (Cervus elaphus) on Norway spruce (Picea abies) in a low mountain range in Germany - A preliminary analysis​
    Kiffner, C.; Roessiger, E.; Trisl, O.; Schulz, R. & Ruehe, F.​ (2008) 
    Silva Fennica42(1) art. 269​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2006 Journal Article
    ​ ​Site quality curves for birch stands in north-western Spain​
    Dieguez-Aranda, U.; Grandas-Arias, J. A.; Alvarez-Gonzalez, J. G. & von Gadow, K.​ (2006) 
    Silva Fennica40(4) art. 319​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2005 Journal Article
    ​ ​Comparison of Randomized Branch Sampling with and without replacement at the first stage​
    Cancino, J. & Saborowski, J.​ (2005) 
    Silva Fennica39(2) art. 384​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2003 Journal Article
    ​ ​Enhanced possibilities for analyzing tree structure as provided by an interface between different modelling systems​
    Dzierzon, H.; Sievanen, R.; Kurth, W.; Perttunen, J. & Sloboda, B.​ (2003) 
    Silva Fennica37(1) pp. 31​-44​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2001 Journal Article
    ​ ​A model for the diameter-height distribution in an uneven-aged beech forest and a method to assess the fit of such models​
    Zucchini, W.; Schmidt, M. & von Gadow, K.​ (2001) 
    Silva Fennica35(2) pp. 169​-183​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2000 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Evaluating risk in forest planning models​
    von Gadow, K.​ (2000)
    Silva Fennica34(2) pp. 181​-191. ​Meeting on Forestry Scenario Modelling in Risk Analysis and Management​, JOENSUU, FINLAND.
    Vantaa​: Finnish Soc Forest Science-natural Resources Inst Finland. DOI: 
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  • 1982 Journal Article
    ​ ​Sexually asymmetric fertility selection and partial self-fertilization. 2. Clonal gametic contributions to the offspring of a Scots pine seed orchard​
    Müller-Starck, G.​ (1982) 
    Silva Fennica16(2) pp. 99​-106​.​
  • 1982 Journal Article
    ​ ​Sexually asymmetric fertility selection and partial self-fertilization​
    Ziehe, M.​ (1982) 
    Silva Fennica16(2) pp. 94​-98​.​
  • 1968 Journal Article
    ​ ​Überlegungen zur optimalen Teilstückgröße in Feldversuchen mit Waldbäumen​
    Stern, K.​ (1968) 
    Silva Fennica2 pp. 248​-260​.​



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