2 edition of Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon Territory found in the catalog.
Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon Territory
G. M. Bonnor
by Forestry Canada, Pacific and Yukon Region, Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria, B.C
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 14).
|Statement||G.M. Bonnor and P. Boudewyn.|
|Series||Information report / Pacific Forestry Centre -- BC-X-323., Information report (Pacific Forestry Centre) -- BC-X-323.|
|Contributions||Boudewyn, P., Pacific Forestry Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
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Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon Territory. Bonnor, G.M.; Boudewyn, P.A. Forestry Canada, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, BC. Taper-volume equations for four species of tree (lodgepole pine, white spruce, black spruce, aspen) in the Yukon. Includes map of ecoregions of the Yukon.
Reviews. Bonnor, G. and Boudewyn, P. Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon Territory.
Information Report Pacific and Yukon Region, Forestry Canada, Victoria: Cited by: 2. Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon Territory.
By G.M. Bonnor and P. Boudewyn. Topics: taper, volume, equations, yukon Author: G.M. Bonnor and P. Boudewyn. Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon Territory Bonnor, G.M.
; Boudewyn, P.A., Year: Catalog ID: Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre CFS. Bonnor GM, Boudewyn P () Taper-volume equations for major tree species of the Yukon territory. Information Report BC-X, Forestry Canada, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, BC Davidian M, Giltinan DM () Nonlinear models for repeated measurement by: using a taper equation.
The major advantage of taper equations is their ability to predict the diameter of a stem at a given height or, following re-arrangement, to predict the height of a stem with a given diameter at a given height. Numerous taper equations have File Size: KB. About this book This important work brings the knowledge of the vascular plants of the Yukon Territory up to date.
Geology and vegetation are the focus of this well illustrated flora, which contains treatments of species, representing 80 families. This work brings the knowledge of the vascular plants of the Yukon Territory up to date. Geology and vegetation are the focus of this illustrated flora, which contains treatments of species, representing 80 families.
e-Book: $ To access or buy, click on Book PDF link. Flora of the Yukon Territory Second Edition. By William J. Cody. Pages Type Softcover Published ISBN e-ISBN Book number Publisher NRC Research Press. taper equations for major commercial tree species in Manitoba using Kozak’s model. Speciﬁcally, we tested stem taper variabil-ity between ecozones; on the basis of this variability, regionalized taper equations were constructed if needed.
The species of inter-est include balsam poplar, trembling aspen, white spruce, black spruce, and jack by: Taper Equations for Five Major Commercial Tree Species in Manitoba, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(3) July with Reads.
This important work brings the knowledge of the vascular plants of the Yukon Territory up to date. Geology and vegetation are the focus of this well illustrated flora, which contains treatments of species, representing 80 families. All species are illustrated and dot maps depict known distribution within the Yukon Territory.
It will be invaluable not only to botanical scientists, students. Introduction. The tropical rain forest is one of the major vegetation types of the globe (Richards,Whitmore, ), occupying a total area of million hectares and representing 47% of the total land area occupied by all forest types of the world ().According to Turner (), the tropical rain forest is the most diverse of all terrestrial ecosystems, containing more plant and Cited by: ; Kozak) equations are available to estimate tree volume.
However, these equations are based on trees from natural stands in the absence of any knowl-edge of stand history or silvicultural activity. There are currently no volume/taper equations for managed stands of red alder.
The potential differences in stem. Yukon's Boreal Forest: iskm 2 ( million acres) in size – larger than Sweden. 1; comprises 8% of Canada's Boreal forest. is home to approximately 15 aboriginal communities. 2 is home to the Common Raven, Yukon's official bird, and the Subalpine Fir, the official tree.; stores 7 billion tonnes of carbon in its soils, peat, and forests, equivalent to around 35 years' worth of Canada.
Salicaceae Willows (Salix) are extremely plentiful, with approximately 45 species found in the willow species are as small as my pinky toe and around 10 species can become "tree" size.
Still, these large willows are still considered shrubs because they have several main stems arising at or near the ground. Waynea hirsuta, a new epiphytic lichen species from Central Siberia Article in Nordic Journal of Botany 18(6) - March with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Wood density measurements on green and ovendry volume bases were made and their variations were statistically analyzed for six major tree species of the Northwest Territories.
These values, based on samples from trees, showed that the species had highly significant (P Cited by: Yukon Ecological and Landscape Classification and Mapping Guidelines Version () Yukon Ecological and Lands Classification Program: Five-year strategic plan () Regional ecosystems of west-central Yukon, part 1: Ecosystem descriptions () Regional ecosystems of west-central Yukon, part 2: Methods, input data assessment and results.
Vol Issue 3, June ISSN: (Print) (Online) Can tree-ring δ 15 N be used as a Dendroclimatological potential of three juniper species from the Turkestan range, northwestern Pamir-Alay Mountains, Uzbekistan. Andrea Seim, Timur Tulyaganov. Merchantable tree volume is total tree volume minus the volume of the stump and top.
These equations provide more accurate volume estimates than the volume equations and the taper equations. Download Technical Report ( KB) To view this document you need the current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free from the Adobe Web Site.Tree volume is estimated by dividing the trunk into segments, and calculating the volume of each segment.
You control where the trunk starts and stops, and the length of segments used. Trunks start at the value in the Height to Begin Calculating Trunk Volume, in cm parameter.