crown class

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A classification of individual trees in a forest, based on dominance relative to adjacent trees, which reflects position in the canopy and amount of sunlight received. The four classes, in descending order of crown height and size, are dominant, codominant, intermediate, and suppressed.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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