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Geomorphology in relation to forest site productivity and catchment properties
– a geospatial approach

Korkalainen, Timo

2008 University of Joensuu
Faculty of Social Sciences and Regional Studies / Human Geography and Geography
Dissertation

geography

ISBN: 978-952-219-129-8

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1.
Timo Korkalainen and Ari Laurén (2006). Using phytogeomorphology, cartography and GIS to explain forest site productivity expressed as tree height in southern and central Finland. Geomorphology 74, 271–284.
http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2005.09.001

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Timo Korkalainen, Pekka Pietiläinen and Alfred Colpaert (2007). The effect of total peat ni-trogen on the height and volume of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) stands in three fertilized and drained peatlands in northern Finland. SUO (Mires and peat) 58(3–4), 75–85.
http://www.suoseura.fi/suo/pdf/Suo58_Korkalainen.pdf

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Timo Korkalainen, Ari Laurén and Teemu Kokkonen (2007). A GIS-based analysis of catch-ment properties within a drumlin field. Boreal Environment Research 12, 489–500.
http://www.borenv.net/BER/pdfs/ber12/ber12-489.pdf

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Timo Korkalainen, Ari Laurén, Harri Koivusalo and Teemu Kokkonen (2008). Impacts of peatland drainage on the properties of typical water flow paths determined from a digital ele-vation model. Hydrology Research 39 (in press).
http://www.iwaponline.com/nh/toc.htm