Height-diameter equations for seventeen tree species in southwest Oregon
Read Online
Share

Height-diameter equations for seventeen tree species in southwest Oregon by David R. Larsen

  • 50 Want to read
  • ·
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Forest Research Laboratory, College of Forestry, Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Trees -- Oregon -- Measurement.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementDavid R. Larsen, David W. Hann.
SeriesResearch paper / Forest Research Lab, College of Forestry, Oregon State University -- 49., Research paper (Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory) -- 49.
ContributionsHann, David W., Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15084007M

Download Height-diameter equations for seventeen tree species in southwest Oregon

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Height-diameter equations for seventeen tree species in southwest Oregon by David R. Larsen. Published by Forest Research Laboratory, College of Forestry, Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR. Written in EnglishPages: Regional Height-Diameter Equations for Maior Tree Species of Southwest Oregon • Hailemariam Temesgen l David W. Hanni and Vincente J. Monleon Selected tree height and diameter functions were evaluated for their predictive abilities for major tree species of southwest Size: 1MB. Equations are presented that predict individual-tree 5-year diameter growth, outside bark, for 14 tree species in southwest Oregon. The data used to develop the equations came f trees. Equation 1 has also been used by Wang and Hann () and Hanus et al. () to model height-diameter relationships of tree species in Oregon. Colbert et al. () developed height-diameter.

Buy Height-diameter equations for six species in the coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest (Research contribution / Forest Research Lab, College of Forestry, Oregon State University) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Height-diameter equations for seventeen tree species in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Paper 16p.   Equations that relate individual tree diameter at breast height (d.b.h.) and total height (HT) are important because HT is not widely measured and is often needed to estimate stem volume or predict HT growth. The primary goal of the study was to construct a regional HT to d.b.h. equation (H-D) for 15 tree species of the Acadian by: ESTIMATING TREE BOLE HEIGHT WITH BAYESIAN ANALYSIS. Aim of study: The classical method for estimating a height-diameter model is based on the Least Squares Method (LSM) and the fit of a regression line. Hann, Height-Diameter Equations for Seventeen Tree Species in Southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, 16 p, Corvallis, Oregon Author: Elias Milios, Kyriaki Kitikidou, Elias Pipinis, Athanasios Stampoulidis, Melina Gotsi.

area to tree age or dbh, scant information is available for common municipal tree species. In this study, tree height, crown width, crown height, dbh, and leaf area were measured for 12 common street tree species in the San Joaquin Valley city ofModesto, California, U.S. The randomly sampled trees were planted from 2 to 89 years ago. height-diameter equations to predict unknown tree heights. Specifically, these equations predict mean total tree height for a given diameter at breast height and species. Further-more, height-diameter equations are used for estimating NOTE:Kenneth C. Colbert—() ; David R. . Equations for predicting height to crown base for fourteen tree species in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Paper 14p. The relationship between diameter at breast height (DBH) and tree height (H) is an important factor in forest research and is often used to estimate forest resources and wood production [1,2,3].In the study of forest ecology and forest management, the height-diameter (H-D) relationship is one of the most important elements in estimating the stand volume and biomass, and is used as a reliable.