2 edition of Second-growth yield, stand, and volume tables for the western white pine type found in the catalog.
Second-growth yield, stand, and volume tables for the western white pine type
Irvine T. Haig
|Statement||by Irvine T. Haig.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 323, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 323.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
In west-central Alberta, he felled, measured, and weighed 60 white spruce, graphed (a) slash weight per merchantable unit volume against diameter at breast height (dbh), and (b) weight of fine slash . The mean log volume was also greater for the old growth forest because trees in from BIO at Claremont Colleges.
Growth & Yield of Loblolly Pine 29 Lumber Defects 39 "Breaking Down", Western White Pine 44 Sawing Alive 46 Sawing Around 46 Quarter Sawing - 48 Standard Patterns of Lumber, 50 How Boards Warp «52 Stacking Lumber, Good examples 59 Industrial Consumption of Hardwood Lumber 63 Industrial Consumption of Softwood Lumber Also, in most cases information in addition to volume and basal area is required, stand and stock tables for example. Data on diameters are then required. In fact, the number of trees in given diameter classes is usually as important and sometimes more important than volume or basal area figures to managers using cruise reports.
The effect of laminated (Phellinus) root rot in coastal second growth Douglas-fir ecosystems of southeastern Vancouver Island was investigated in ecosystems centered around growth and yield permanent sample plots (PSP's). The impact of Phellinus root rot on stand productivity was estimated from PSP records and a percent basal area reduction (%BAR) parameter estimate . Projecting stand tables: A comparison of the Weibull diameter distribution method, a percentile‐based projection method, and a basal area growth projection method. Forest Scie –
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SECOND-GROWTH YIELD, Stand, AND VOLUME TABLES FOR THE WESTERN WHITE PINE TYPE By IRVINE T. HAIG, Associate Silviculturist, Northern Rocky Mountain Forest Experiment Station^ Branch of Research, Forest Service CONTENTS Page Introduction Discussion 1 Definitions of terms Yieldused 2 Discussion of yield tables __ 3 Basis and scope _._ 3Cited by: Haig, Irvine T., "Second-Growth Yield, Stand, and Volume Tables for the Western White Pine Type," Technical BulletinsUnited States Department of.
Get this from a library. Second-growth yield, stand, and volume tables for the western white pine type. [Irvine T Haig; United States. Department of Agriculture.]. on yield 36 The stand tables 40 Discussion and application ofstand tables.
66 The volume tables _ 60 Literature cited 86 INTRODUCTION The upland oak region comprises million acres, or one-fifth of the commercial forest area of the United States. It contains 43 billion cubic feet, or one-third of the total stand of hardwoods; andCited by: and to furnish part of the data for the yield tables for second-growth western white pine stands (9).
Astand tally was made of all trees inch d.b.h. and larger at each remeasurement by 1-inch diameter classes, species, and crownclass. Thus, the data fromthese plots are not quite as accurate as those fromthe plots oftaggedtrees.
Volume, yield, and stand tables for second-growth southern pines / Related Titles. Series: Miscellaneous publication / United States Department of Agriculture ; no. 50 By. United States. Forest Service.
Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Full text of "Volume, yield, and stand tables for second-growth southern pines" See other formats. Full text of "The white pine; a study, with tables of volume and yield" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on Hbrary shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
Title. Growth study and normal yield tables for second growth hardwood stands in central New England, Related Titles. Series: Pamphlets. Massachusetts. Grand fir (Abies grandis (Douglas ex D. Don) Lindley) is widely distributed in the moist forests of the Inland Northwest.
It has high potential productivity, its growth being nearly equal to western white pine, the most productive species in the region. There are large standing volumes of grand fir in the region. Nutritionally, the species has higher foliage cation concentrations than Cited by: 3. Haig IT () Second-growth yield, stand, and volume tables for western white pine type.
Technical Bulletin U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, 68 p Google ScholarAuthor: Ariel E. Lugo, Bov Eav, G. Sam Foster, Michael Rains, Jim Reaves, Deanna J. Stouder. Excerpt from Growth Study and Normal Yield Tables, for Second Growth Hardwood Stands, in Central New England Yield of Volunteer Second Growth as Affected by Improvement Cutting and Early Weeding.
Journal of Forestry, vol. 16, May About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic by: 3. oak-pine forest type: simplified yield tables developed using the FIA database upland hardwoods: Gingrich (); because of lower volumes for this species group as compared to bottomland hardwood, table values were adjusted by a factor.
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Second Growth available for download and read online in other formats. Second-growth Western White Pine Stands. Richard Franklin Watt — Forest management.
Volume, yield, and stand tables for second-growth southern pines. United States. Forest Service — Nature. A western white pine stand heavily thinned from below by removing the grand fir, and some codominant trees to a density of 36 trees per acre would result in a stand crown bulk density of Wood, in the strict sense, is yielded by trees, which increase in diameter by the formation, between the existing wood and the inner bark, of new woody layers which envelop the entire stem, living branches, and process is known as secondary growth; it is the result of cell division in the vascular cambium, a lateral meristem, and subsequent expansion of the new cells.
Tree growth at stand and individual scales in two dual-species mixture experiments in southern Washington State, USA Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39(6) June. The effects of early and continuous density control on the characteristics of mature loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) were measured at age 38 and in plots planted at spacings of ×, ×, ×, ×, and × m were either left unthinned or thinned every 5 years beginning at to residual basal areas of,and m 2 ha − by: Site planted with one or only a few tree species in an even-aged stand.
When the stand matures it is usually harvested by clear-cutting and then replanted. These farms normally raise rapidly growing tree species for fuelwood, timber, or pulpwood. Compare old-growth forest, second-growth forest.
Overall stand volume is sufficient for many purposes, but effective forest management and planning often requires information about the distribution of volume by size and product classes. This chapter provides an in-depth treatment of techniques for estimating yields by size class using a distribution function : Harold E.
Burkhart, Margarida Tomé.In order to evaluate if mixed-species stands of western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.) and western redcedar (Thujaplicata Donn ex D. Don) were more productive than single-species stands of either species, I: (1) reviewed the theory of positive plant interactions and integrated it with the silvical characteristics of hemlock and redcedar to determine if positive interactions are Cited by: 1.The foundation of the data base is six levels-of-growing-stock studies established throughout the western United States in the s.
All used a common study plan that divided the range of ponderosa pine in the United States into five provinces and specified five or six stand density levels replicated three times (Myers, ).Results from individual installations have been reported previously ().Cited by: