trees down to the ground

Florent Lemieux flolemi at interlinx.qc.ca
Thu Jan 22 22:11:08 EST 1998


	What will happen after an ice storm with the trees of less than 4 inches
diameter at breast height (d.b.h.) when they have been down to the ground
for two weeks long, species like Yellow birch(Betula alleghaniensis B.),
White birch(Betula papyrifera M.), Sugar bush(Acer saccharum M.), Red
maple(Acer rubrum L.). In the forest will they be able to take their
originals positions ? What kind of management we will have to do ? 
		Please answer-me it's urgent !

		Thank you for your answers !

		Florent Lemieux
		Forest technicien




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