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have an increase of deer, due to excessive feeding (leading to excessive breeding and growth), which leads to more deer and more deer browsing. Ownership overall relates positively to hemlock regeneration, as the positive coefficient ownership has on browsing is greater than the negative relationship browsing has on hemlock regeneration, resulting in an overall positive.2. a. In some stands with few mature hemlocks in the canopy, there are many seedlings and small saplings. What management strategy(ies) would you recommend to increase the likelihood of these saplings reaching the canopy?
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White-tailed deer, ecological subsection, hemlocks, hemlock growth, Sarah Pontician