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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 03/2020, Volume 459, p. 117816
•Three second-growth Sequoia forests aged 133–159 yr held 976–1665 Mg ha−1 biomass.•Whole-forest leaf area index was 9.3–15.2 with Sequoia accounting for... 
Second-growth forest | Biomass | Structural development | Leaf area | Fixed-area plot | Sequoia sempervirens
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 02/2020, Volume 458, p. 117740
•New allometric equations for Sequoia based on 114 trees in old-growth forests.•Old-growth Sequoia forests hold up to 4341 Mg ha−1 of aboveground biomass... 
Heartwood | Tree mortality | Growth efficiency | Old-growth forest | Biomass | Branchfall | Sequoia sempervirens | Leaf area index | Biomass increment
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 09/2016, Volume 375, pp. 279 - 308
[Display omitted] •Sequoia sempervirens forests set global records for biomass, leaf area, and carbon.•Decay-resistant heartwood allows Sequoia to repair... 
Old growth | Forest structure | LAI | Heartwood | Allometric equations | LiDAR | Light-use complementarity | Biomass | Leaf area | Emergent trees | Carbon sequestration | Sequoia sempervirens | DOUGLAS-FIR FORESTS | PACIFIC-NORTHWEST | WESTERN HEMLOCK FORESTS | RAIN-FOREST | COAST REDWOOD | PSEUDOTSUGA-MENZIESII | AGE-RELATED DECLINE | OLD-GROWTH FORESTS | COARSE WOODY DEBRIS | CANOPY STRUCTURE | FORESTRY
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 12/2015, Volume 358, pp. 26 - 40
•Tree structure explains 79% of the variation in volume increment.•Light availability explains an additional 10% of the variation in volume... 
Competition | Tree size | Vigor | Tree growth | Light availability | Sequoia sempervirens | INDIVIDUAL-TREE GROWTH | SAPWOOD AREA | BASAL AREA INCREMENT | WOOD PRODUCTION | CANOPY STRUCTURE | FOREST GROWTH | OLD-GROWTH | FORESTRY | THINNING INTENSITY | LEAF-AREA | PONDEROSA PINE | Trees | Availability | Wood | Accounting | Bark | Mathematical models | Trunks
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