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A summary of the variables monitored at this site can be found here.
|Date of installation||06/10/1994|
|Main tree species||100 % Sessile oak (Quercus petraea)|
|Other tree species present in plot||Larch, Rowan, Beech, Birch in the vicinity|
|Tree density||230 trees/ha|
|Biomass/volume||218 m3/ha (2004)|
|Basal area||25.2 m2/ha (2004)|
|Local Yield Class||4|
|Plot dimensions||0.2954 ha|
|Altitude||110 – 120 m|
|Mean slope||30 %|
|Topography||Hilly, valley and valleyside|
|Provisional soil type (FAO 1988)||Cambic podzol|
Forestry Commission. (1951b). History of Grizedale Forest.
Landmark Information Group. (2004). See www.old-maps.co.uk
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