Stream Macroinvertebrate Response to Clearcut Logging
Clearcut: a fast implementation of relaxed neighbor joining
CLIL and immersion: how clear-cut are they?
Accountability: From Elusive ‘Buzzword’ to Clear-cut Concept
Effectiveness of clearcut edge windfirming treatments in coastal British Columbia: short‐term results
Breeding birds in hemiboreal clear-cuts: tree-retention effects in relation to site type
Effect of Microhabitat Complexity on the Local Distribution of Arthropods in Clear-Cuts
Recovery of Decomposition and Soil Microarthropod Communities in a Clearcut Watershed in the Southern Appalachians
The Structure and Development of Haustorial Placentas in Leptosporangiate Ferns Provide a Clear‐cut Distinction Between Euphyllophytes and Lycophytes
Study of the Dung Beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Community at Two Sites: Atlantic Forest and Clear-Cut, Pernambuco, Brazil
On the causes of rising gross ecosystem productivity in a regenerating clearcut environment: leaf area vs. species composition
Clear-cut photo-regulation of the formation and dissociation of the DNA duplex by modified oligonucleotide involving multiple azobenzenes
Effects of Coarse Woody Debris and Soil Depth on the Density and Diversity of Soil Invertebrates on Clearcut and Forested Sites on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
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1 A forest management technique in which all or most of the trees are felled and removed at one time.
2 A previously forested area after all or most of the trees have been removed by clearcutting.
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