MoratayaGallowayBerningerEtAl1999

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Morataya, R., Galloway, G., Berninger, F., Kanninen, M. (1999) Foliage biomass - Sapwood (area and volume) relationships of Tectona grandis L.F. and Gmelina arborea Roxb.: Silvicultural implications. Forest Ecology and Management, 113(2-3):231-239.

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We developed foliage biomass to sapwood (area and volume) relationships for Tectona grandis L.F. and Gmelina arborea Roxb. growing in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica. Strong linear relationships confirmed the applicability of Shinozaki's pipe model theory to both of these fast-growing, tropical species. The linear models include data from 80 (40 per species) dominant, codominant, and suppressed trees that had been growing in un-, late and early thinned plantations and fence-row plantings. Results are applicable across a wide range of foliage biomass values. The relationships between foliage biomass and sapwood area and volume of the previous year's growth ring were also analyzed and were found to be highly significant for T. grandis. Findings confirm that silvicultural regimes of these species must allow individual trees to augment foliage biomass from an early age if sustained rapid diameter growth is desired.

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@ARTICLE { MoratayaGallowayBerningerEtAl1999,
    AUTHOR = { Morataya, R. and Galloway, G. and Berninger, F. and Kanninen, M. },
    TITLE = { Foliage biomass - Sapwood (area and volume) relationships of Tectona grandis L.F. and Gmelina arborea Roxb.: Silvicultural implications },
    JOURNAL = { Forest Ecology and Management },
    YEAR = { 1999 },
    VOLUME = { 113 },
    PAGES = { 231-239 },
    NUMBER = { 2-3 },
    NOTE = { 03781127 (ISSN) Cited By (since 1996): 12 Export Date: 24 April 2007 Source: Scopus CODEN: FECMD doi: 10.1016/S0378-1127(98)00429-0 Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Galloway, G.; TRANSFORMA Project (CATIE/COSUDE); CATIE Turrialba, Costa Rica; email: galloway@catie.ac.cr References: Berninger, F., Nikinmaa, E., Foliage area-sapwood area relationships of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) trees in different climates (1994) Can. J. For. Res., 24, pp. 2263-2268; Centeno, M., (1993) Inventario Nacional de Plantaciones Forestales en Nicaragua, , National Agrarian University, Faculty of Natural Resources and Environment, Nicaragua; Chaves, E., Fonseca, W., Teca (Tectona grandis L.F.) especie de a?rbol de uso mu?ltiple en Ame?rica Central (1991) Technical Report No. 179, 179. , CATIE Technical Series, Costa Rica; Espinosa Bancalari, M.A., Perry, D.A., Marshall, J.D., Leaf area-sapwood area relationships in adjacent young Douglas-fir stands with different early growth rates (1986) Can. J. For. Res., 17, pp. 174-180; Evans, J., (1992) Plantation Forestry in the Tropics, 2nd Ed., , Oxford Science Publications, Oxford, UK; Galloway, G., (1987) Criterios y Estrategias para el Manejo de Plantaciones Forestales en la Sierra Ecuatoriana, , DINAF/AID Project, Ecuador; Galloway, G., Ugalde, L., Va?squez, W., Management of tropical plantations under stress (1996) Congress Report, 2, pp. 351-362. , IUFRO XX World Congress. Helsinki, Finland; Horntvedt, R., Crown density of spruce trees related to needle biomass (1993) For. Ecol. Manage., 59, pp. 225-235; Kaufmann, M.R., Troendle, C.C., The relationship of leaf area and foliage biomass to sapwood conducting area in four subalpine forest tree species (1981) For. Sci., 27, p. 477; Murillo, O., Valerio, J., Melina (Gmelina arborea Roxb.): Especie de a?rbol de uso mu?ltiple en (1991) Technical Report No. 181, 181. , Ame?rica Central. CATIE Technical Series, Costa Rica; O'Hara, K., Valappil, N.I., Sapwood-leaf area prediction equations for multi-aged ponderosa pine in western Montana and central Oregon (1995) Can. J. For. Res., 25, pp. 1553-1557; Robichaud, E., Methven, I.R., The applicability of the pipe model theory for the prediction of foliage in trees from natural, untreated black spruce stands (1992) Can. J. For. Res., 22, pp. 1118-1123; Rogers, R., Hinckley, T.M., Foliar weigth and area related to current sapwood area in oak (1979) For. Sci., 25, pp. 298-303; Sa?nchez, S.A., (1994) Crecimiento de Eucalyptus Deglupta y E. Grandis Bajo Tres Sistemas de Plantacio?n a Nivel de Finca en la Zona de Turrialba, , Costa Rica M.Sc. Thesis. CATIE, Costa Rica; Sequeira, A., Va?squez, W., (1995) Crecimiento y Rendimiento de Eucalyptus Camaldulensis Bajo Seis Espaciamientos en Mateare, Nicaragua, , Documento Interno, Proyecto Madelen?a/CATIE, Nicaragua; Shinozaki, K., Yoda, K., Hozumi, K., Kira, T., A quantitative analysis of plant form-the pipe model theory 1. Basic analysis (1964) Jpn. J. Ecol., 14, pp. 97-105; Ugalde, L.A., Rose, D.W., A pioneering management information system for tropical forestry research (1988) J. For., 86 (11), pp. 35-36; Vasquez, W., Ugalde, L., Rendimiento y calidad de sitio para Gmelina arborea, Tectona grandis, Bombacopsis quinata y Pinus caribaea en Guanacaste, Costa Rica (1995) Report Submitted to Chorotega Forestry Project (IDA/FAO) and Madelen?a-3/CATIE Project, , Costa Rica; Waring, R.H., Gholz, C.C., Plummer, M.L., Evaluating stem conducting tissue as an estimator of leaf area in four woody angiosperms (1977) Can. J. Bot., 55, pp. 1474-1477; Whitehead, D., The estimation of foliage area from sapwood basal area in Scots pine (1978) Forestry, 51, pp. 137-149; Zanotti, R., Sua?rez, R., Morataya, R., Galloway, G., (1995) Diagno?stico Preliminar de la Situacio?n Actual de Las Plantaciones de Coni?feras en Guatemala, , Internal Report, DIGEBOS/ CATIE, Madelen?a-3 Project, Guatemala. },
    ABSTRACT = { We developed foliage biomass to sapwood (area and volume) relationships for Tectona grandis L.F. and Gmelina arborea Roxb. growing in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica. Strong linear relationships confirmed the applicability of Shinozaki's pipe model theory to both of these fast-growing, tropical species. The linear models include data from 80 (40 per species) dominant, codominant, and suppressed trees that had been growing in un-, late and early thinned plantations and fence-row plantings. Results are applicable across a wide range of foliage biomass values. The relationships between foliage biomass and sapwood area and volume of the previous year's growth ring were also analyzed and were found to be highly significant for T. grandis. Findings confirm that silvicultural regimes of these species must allow individual trees to augment foliage biomass from an early age if sustained rapid diameter growth is desired. },
    KEYWORDS = { Melina plantations Pipe model Teak plantations Thinning biomass forest management leaf thinning tropical forest Costa Rica Gmelina arborea Tectona grandis },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.04 },
}

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