A volume tariff system for even-aged forests of Pinus radiata (D Don)
If the 800,000 aces of man-made coniferous forest in Australia are to be managed efficiently, inventories are needed to provide information about present yield and about past growth from which confident forecasts of future growth and yield can be made. The basis of any such inventory is the method of estimating stand volume which should be simple, fast and cheap to apply, and should give reliable results. After a brief review of the main methods used to estimate stand volume, i t is...[Show more]
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