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We studied the ages and diameter growth rates of trees in former Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) old-growth stands on 10 sites and compared them with young-growth stands (50-70 years old, regenerated after timber harvest) in the Coast Range of western Oregon. The diameters and diameter growth rates for the first 100 years of trees in the old-gowth stands were significantly greater than those in the young-growth stands. Growth rates in the old stands were comparable with thosedoi:10.1139/cjfr-27-5-638 fatcat:ftzsuq7qw5cnlfw2mefpmzjzta