by School of Forestry and Wildlife Resources, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Va., U.S.A .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Harold E. Burkhart, G.M. Bonnor and J.J. Lowe.|
|Series||Publication FWS -- 3-90., Publication FWS -- 90-3.|
|Contributions||Burkhart, Harold E., Bonnor, G. M., Lowe, J. J., International Union of Forestry Research Organizations. Subject Group S4.02 Forest Resource Inventory., International Union of Forestry Research Organizations. Subject Group S4.01--Mensuration, Growth, and Yield., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. School of Forestry and Wildlife Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
Forests have a critical role in addressing global issues of sequestering carbon while providing renewable materials and energy as well as a host of ecosystem services. The world’s forests are diverse and serve myriad purposes, but, regardless of the management objective, reliable models of forest stand dynamics, growth, and yield are required. variety of research projects centered on forest growth, development, and sustainable yield. Examples include: 1.) Analysis of sustainable timber yields for state administered lands using the Forest Age Class Change Simulator (FACCS), and USDA Forest Inventory . Permanent and interval plots may come from inventory or monitoring programs or growth and yield studies that assess silvicultural treatment e ects (e.g., thinning, fertilization). Köhl et al.  compared permanent inventory and growth and yield study plots for the purpose of growth model development. The new, revised edition of the standard volume on forest measurement The updated edition of this long-standing classic, Forest Mensuration, Fourth Edition, provides new, complete coverage of current measurement practices and technological applications that expand the role of forest mensuration to include monitoring forest resources. This integrated 4/5(1).
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