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Seka, J. (2019) Tarifs de cubage et régénération naturelle de Cylicodiscus gabunensis (Okan) au sud Cameroun. Thèse de doctorat, Université Laval. (URL )

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3) Densities of 5.5 and 2.3 Okan per hectare were recorded for seedlings and established regeneration under the cover of Okan seed trees respectively. The probability of observing Okan seedlings is significantly influenced by distance and its interaction with direction (from the seed tree) (p < 0.0001 and p = 0.0151), basal area of plants (p = 0.0150) other than heliophilous (undergrowth) and marginally by the height of the seed tree (p = 0.061). Only the distance (p <0.0032) and the height of the seed tree (p = 0.0416) significantly influence the probability of observing established regeneration. 4) In the Okan gaps, 74.9% of tree species belong to the group of pioneer species, 15% to heliophilous, 9.3% to sciaphilous and 0.8% to indeterminate groups. Okan accounts for less than 0.03% of the total number of stems counted in its gaps (corresponding to 6.1 Okan per hectare) and no new Okan regeneration has been observed since its felling. Variables that contribute to a statistically significant explanation of the probability that a species located at the edge of the inventoried gaps is also found in the regeneration enumerated within are the guild of the species (p = 6.6e-06), its border frequency (p = 0.001) and its mode of dissemination (p = 0.01). Observations made under the cover of its seed trees and in the gaps classify the species as semi-heliophilous. The rarity of the Okan in its gaps is explained amongst other things by the guild of the species, its mode of dissemination (anemochore) and the lack of seed trees around the gaps. Finally, the achievement of Okan’s sustainable management requires on one hand a revision of its volume equations for gross volume estimates and the elaboration of volume equation to estimate its commercial timber. On the other hand, variables explaining the presence of the species at the foot of the seed trees and in the gaps have been identified but it is the low density of Okan regeneration that should guide the actions of forest managers. These results can improve the management of Okan and other species in permanent forests.

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@PHDTHESIS { Seka2019,
    TITLE = { Tarifs de cubage et régénération naturelle de Cylicodiscus gabunensis (Okan) au sud Cameroun },
    AUTHOR = { Seka, J. },
    SCHOOL = { Université Laval },
    YEAR = { 2019 },
    NOTE = { CEFTMS, Bégin, J. and Ruel, J.-C. },
    ABSTRACT = { 3) Densities of 5.5 and 2.3 Okan per hectare were recorded for seedlings and established regeneration under the cover of Okan seed trees respectively. The probability of observing Okan seedlings is significantly influenced by distance and its interaction with direction (from the seed tree) (p < 0.0001 and p = 0.0151), basal area of plants (p = 0.0150) other than heliophilous (undergrowth) and marginally by the height of the seed tree (p = 0.061). Only the distance (p <0.0032) and the height of the seed tree (p = 0.0416) significantly influence the probability of observing established regeneration. 4) In the Okan gaps, 74.9% of tree species belong to the group of pioneer species, 15% to heliophilous, 9.3% to sciaphilous and 0.8% to indeterminate groups. Okan accounts for less than 0.03% of the total number of stems counted in its gaps (corresponding to 6.1 Okan per hectare) and no new Okan regeneration has been observed since its felling. Variables that contribute to a statistically significant explanation of the probability that a species located at the edge of the inventoried gaps is also found in the regeneration enumerated within are the guild of the species (p = 6.6e-06), its border frequency (p = 0.001) and its mode of dissemination (p = 0.01). Observations made under the cover of its seed trees and in the gaps classify the species as semi-heliophilous. The rarity of the Okan in its gaps is explained amongst other things by the guild of the species, its mode of dissemination (anemochore) and the lack of seed trees around the gaps. Finally, the achievement of Okan’s sustainable management requires on one hand a revision of its volume equations for gross volume estimates and the elaboration of volume equation to estimate its commercial timber. On the other hand, variables explaining the presence of the species at the foot of the seed trees and in the gaps have been identified but it is the low density of Okan regeneration that should guide the actions of forest managers. These results can improve the management of Okan and other species in permanent forests. },
    URL = { https://corpus.ulaval.ca/jspui/handle/20.500.11794/37175 },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2020-01-09 },
}

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