4 edition of Estimating breast height diameters from stump diameters for Black Hills ponderosa pine found in the catalog.
by Rocks Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept of Agriculture in Fort Collins
Written in English
|Statement||James L. Van Deusen.|
|Series||Research note RM -- 283.|
|The Physical Object|
Currently, little information is available to estimate individual tree attributes for longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.), an important tree species of the southeastern United States. The majority of available models are local, relying on stem diameter outside bark at breast height (dbh, cm) and not including stand-level by: Distribution of ponderosa pine in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, as depicted by Alexander (). The sites sampled in this study were north of the Arkansas River. estimate of dominant tree bole diameter at breast height (poletimber, sawtimber).Cited by:
Risk rating for mountain pine beetle in Black Hills ponderosa pine. Res. Note RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest . Ponderosa pine is the dominant overstory species in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming, covering nearly 95% of the forested area (Sheppard and Battaglia, ). Historically, recurrent fires were frequent in Black Hills forests (Brown and Sieg, ), and were started by lightning and American Indians (Sieg and Severson, ).Cited by:
ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa. This paper describes a system for estimating the selling value and lumber volume of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.) trees. Similar systems have proved easier and more prac-tical than the conventional method of listing logs by discrete classes. Diameter at breast height (d.b.h.) of sample trees ranged from 4 to 13 inches, with heights ranging from approximately 30 to 70 feet. The study consists of 19 plots for which individual tree measurements were made in , , , and Author: Thomas B. Lynch, Rodney E. Will, Thomas C. Hennessey, Robert Heinemann, Randal Holeman, Dennis Wilso.
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Estimating breast height diameters from stump diameters for Black Hills ponderosa pine. Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocks Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
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Tree species, stump diameter, and d.b.h. measurements were ob- tained for all trees on the utilization plots. Diameter at breast height was taken 4% feet above the ground on the uphill side with a diameter tape, and measured to the nearest by: Title. Estimating volumes and diameters at breast height from stump diameters, Southwestern ponderosa pine / Related Titles.
Series: Research note RM ; 9. Myers, Clifford A. (Clifford Albert), Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.) United States. Estimating breast height diameters from stump diameters for Black Hills ponderosa pine / By James L. Van Deusen, United States.
Forest Service and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins. New Models for Predicting Diameter at Breast Height from Stump Dimensions • James A. Westfall Models to predict dbh from stump dimensions are presented for 18 species groups. Data used to fit the models were collected across thirteen states in.
Forest Ecology anO Management ELSEVIER Forest Ecology and Management 81 () Estimating diameter at breast height and basal diameter of trees from stump measurements in Nepal's lower temperate broad-leaved forests Deepak B.
Khatry Chhetri *, Gary W. Fowler School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, M, Cited by: Source: Research Branch: Subject: Growth and Yield: Series: FRDA Report: Other details: Published Hardcopy is available.
Abstract. This report contains tables and regression coefficients for estimating breast height diameters from stump measurements, and for calculating stump radius inside bark at desired stump heights (for logging waste.
pine and Douglas-fir logs in the 4- to 8-inch- ( to mm-) diameter range to weather conditions, log diame-ter, and time of year the logs are stacked for air-drying. Specifically, the goal was to develop an analytical method, based on experimental data, to estimate air-drying times of 4- to 8-inch- ( to mm-) diameter ponderosa.
Black Hills Ponderosa Pine Wayne D. Shepperd and Michael A. Battaglia. 2 USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RMRS-GTR the western edge (side that faces the Red Valley) has a gentle dip that forms a ridge of an outward slope, dis-sected plateau extending up to 10 miles (16 km)Cited by: Diameters were measured at stump height, breast height ( feet), and at the ends of all logs to a 4- to 6-inch top diameter (inside bark).
Diameter inside bark (d,) was cross-sectionally measured twice at 90" angles with a tape to the nearest inch at the stump and log ends and then averaged. A bark gauge was used to estimateCited by: 1. In this paper, metric equations are derived for estimating diameters at breast height from measured stump heights for all commercial tree species in British Columbia by age class and.
Since the area was not harvested prior to thesizes of the pine stems harvested were estimated by measuring the current diameter at stump height (DSH: diameter at stump height or 30 cm) and.
Demaerschalk JP, Omule SAY () Estimating breast height diameters from stump measurements in British Columbia. For Chron – CrossRef Google Scholar DeWald LE, Kolanoski KM () Conserving genetic diversity in ecological restoration: a case study with ponderosa pine in northern Arizona, : Matthew B.
Russell, Marcella A. Windmuller-Campione, Brian D. Anderson, Andrew J. David. involved make estimating air drying times difficult. In this study, we developed experimental air drying time data for 4- to 8-in.- ( to mm-) diameter ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir debarked logs stacked at four different times of the year.
These data were used to develop multiple linear and. Predicting diameter at breast height from stump diameters for northeastern tree species Item Preview remove-circle This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. comment. This study was aimed at developing new allometric equations for predicting above- and belowground biomass of both mature trees and saplings of ponderosa pine trees in the Black Hills region of the.
RM-RN Estimating breast height diameters from stump diameters for Black Hills ponderosa pine. RM-RN Height-growth comparisons of some quaking aspen clones in Arizona.
RM-RN Nest use and home range of three. Use of stump diameter to estimate diameter at breast height and tree volume for major pine species in El Salto, Durango (Mexico) Article in Forestry 80(1). Five-year periodic annual increment (PAI) in diameter by initial diameter at breast height (dbh) and site index (SI) for managed even-aged stands of ponderosa pine throughout western United States using the coefficients in Table 6 (a value of 40 was assigned for latitude, a value of 25 was assigned for both slope and aspect, a value of was Cited by:.
Pacific ponderosa pine (var. ponderosa) Stems cm ( in) in d.b.h. and m ( ft) in height have been recorded (13). Diameters at breast height of 76 to cm (30 to 50 in) and heights of to m (90 to ft) are common throughout most of its range. Silviculture of ponderosa pine in the Black Hills: the status of.stump height of 1 foot, and a top diameter of 8 inches inside bark.
Top sections less than one full saw log were scaled as fractions of a foot 8-inch saw log. A multiple correlation ^ of logarithm of (volume—) with logarithm of (diameter breast high inside bark— 8 inches) and logarithm of (height— feet) was made for black.Accurate estimates of tree height (H, m), stem diameter outside bark at m height (dbh, cm), and stem volume (V, m3) are central to our ability to understand and predict forest stocks and dynamics.
Measures of H and V are needed for estimating site pro-ductivity, stand vertical structure, and stand- and tree-level growth.