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Bulletin
W.R. Day
1957
In the spring and summer of 1952 Mr W.R. Day, Lecturer in Forest Pathology at the Imperial Forestry Institute, Oxford, visited British Columbia. His object was to examine the forest relationships of the Sitka spruce in its natural homeland. The main purpose was to study Sitka spruce as an element in the mixed forests in which it naturally occurs, in relation to soil and topographical situation, and if possible in somewhat contrasting climatic regions.
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