Occurrence of fungi in the major forest types of Alaska
Document Type: Report
Author(s): D. Baxter
Editor(s): E. S. McCartney; H. van der Schalie
Publication Year: 1947

Cataloging Information

  • forest management
  • fungus
  • plant succession
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Record Last Modified: December 3, 2015
FRAMES Record Number: 5535


In this study, the role of fungi in plant succession has been carried out largely in Alaska. A series of observations from five different forests of the region are presented. This information was made available to foresters to assist them in anticipating the need for protection and to take measures to prevent pests from developing.

Baxter, D.V. 1947. Occurrence of fungi in the major forest types of Alaska. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science Arts and Letters, Vol. XXX1, Part I: Botany and Forestry. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. pp. 93-117.