A dynamic analysis of windthrow of trees
Windthrow In Tasmania, Australia: Monitoring, Prediction And Management
Monitoring of windthrow occurrence and progression in spruce forests in Britain
The initial development of a windthrow risk model for Sitka spruce in Ireland
Salvage logging after windthrow alters microsite diversity, abundance and environment, but not vegetation
The estimation of wind exposure for windthrow hazard rating: comparison between Strongblow, MC2, Topex and a wind tunnel study
The effects of site characteristics on the landscape-level windthrow regime in the North Shore region of Quebec, Canada
Testing of WindFIRM/ForestGALES_BC: A hybrid-mechanistic model for predicting windthrow in partially harvested stands
Development and long-term evaluation of harvesting patterns to reduce windthrow risk of understorey spruce in aspen–white spruce mixedwood stands in Alberta, Canada
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