2023
DOI: 10.3390/f14112140
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Chemical Thinning and Fisheye Clip for Managing Light Intensity in the Understory of Forest Restoration

André Junqueira Barros,
Priscilla de Paula Loiola,
Ricardo Augusto Gorne Viani

Abstract: Research highlights: Tropical forest restoration can be supported by the production of timber species in their understory. While they may appear at odds, they can be reconciled to promote environmental conservation and services. The lack of information on the management of tropical species causes a technical constraint for timber production in the understory of restoration sites, especially given the light restrictions. This issue could be amended with the development of methods to easily manage and estimate l… Show more

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