grey alder


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Related to grey alder: alder tree, black alder, speckled alder
  • noun

Synonyms for grey alder

native to Europe but introduced in America

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Productivity, buffering capacity and resources of grey alder forests in Estonia.
The dynamics of biomass production in relation to foliar and root traits in a grey alder (Alnus incana (L.
Biomass equations for determining fractions of common and grey alders growing on abandoned farmland and some practical implications.
In both managed and natural forests, moose had only occasionally impacted Norway spruce and grey alder.
On the other hand, grey alder, not commonly browsed by moose, is ranked lower in numbers per hectare than moose-selected trees (Finnish Forest Research Institute 2001).
In Estonia, Tullus and others [37] reported LAI for a natural 18-year-old grey alder stand to be 3.
It has been shown that grey alder can cover a major part of its N demand via biological fixation [39-42].
Budgets of nitrogen fluxes in riparian grey alder forests // Arch.
Productivity, buffering capasity and resources of grey alder forests in Estonia // Swed.
Dry matter amounts and increment in 21- to 91-year-old common alder and grey alder and some practical implications // Ibid.
Sustainable forest management in grey alder stands as energy and buffer forests in Estonia // Proc.
2]) fixation in relation to nitrogen fertilisation of grey alder (Alnus incana (L.