What is climax in central Indiana? A five-mile quadrat study

Citation data:

Butler University Botanical Studies, Vol: 4, Issue: 1, Page: 14

Publication Year:
1940
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https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/botanical/vol4/iss1/14
Author(s):
Potzger, John E.; Friesner, Ray C.
Tags:
Indiana; forests
article description
Since Indiana is outstanding in so many merging phenomena which are sensitively balanced, any description of our forests which does not take this into consideration can only approximate in a general way the true status of affairs in our forest distribution. The present paper is an initial step in an extensive study of Indiana forests on the basis of quantitative field data.