by Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S.D.A. Forest Service in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Donald J. DeMars and John F. Bell.|
|Series||Research note -- PNW-119., USDA Forest Service research note PNW -- 119.|
|Contributions||Bell, John F., Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. :|
Preliminary site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data - Ebook written by Donald J. DeMars, John F. Bell, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.). Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Preliminary site index curves for noble fir 5/5(1). Preliminary site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data Author: Donald J DeMars ; Francis R Herman ; John F Bell ; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station . Preliminary site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data / By Donald J. DeMars, John F. Bell, Francis R. Herman and Or.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment . Polymorphic site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data were compiled from 54 plot locations. On each plot location, the tallest dominant noble fir was felled and sectioned. Site index was based on total height and age at breast height, with index Author: Donald James DeMars.
PRELIMINARY SITE INDEX CURVES FOR NOBLE FIR FROM STEM ANALYSIS DATA by Donald J. DeMars, Forester Francis R. Herman, Mensurationist Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station John F. Bell, Associate Professor School of Forestry, Oregon State University Abstract Preliminary polymorphic site index curves were developed using stem analysis data File Size: KB. Preliminary site index curves for noble fir from stem analysis data. USDA, Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station Research Paper PNW) Howell, . Keyword: hemlock. Site index curves and tables for British Columbia: Coastal species. The objective of this report was to disseminate, in graphical and tabular format, site index relationships selected by the Coastal Forest Productivity Council in cooperation with the Ministry of Forest . PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS – Vol. II - Preliminary Data Analysis - Werner Gurker and Reinhard Viertl ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Figure 6: Nitrate in ground-and spring-water in Austria (Example ) A quick and easy way to display small or moderate sized data sets is the stem .
curves for noble fir (Abies prooera Rehd.) were developed from stem The new curves and tabular data analysis data from 60 plots located can be used for estimating relative between McKenzie Pass in central site quality of noble fir . The arbitrary range of site index in the tables is m. The tables are in a common format for consistency among species and do not necessarily represent the range of site indices found in the model development data. Site index . Stem analysis data from 20 paper birch and 20 Douglas-fir showed that height of Douglas-fir exceeded height of paper birch at about 50 years after stand establishment at the interior site. . On the best sites, noble fir can reach heights of 45 m at years; maximum recorded heights are nearly 90 m for old trees on similar sites. Because of high stem densities; vclumes in noble .