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Rationalization of the inventory of windblown and dead trees in pure stands of Pinus sylvestris by the use of stand mean heights from the forest data base for calculating the volume of growing stock



Rationalization of the inventory of windblown and dead trees in pure stands of Pinus sylvestris by the use of stand mean heights from the forest data base for calculating the volume of growing stock



Beitrage fur die Forstwirtschaft 10(2): 77-79



(Cf. preceding abstract) Data were taken from inventories in 3 forest enterprises, in which the damaged (including dead) stems within 5-are circular sample plots were individually measured. Regression analysis showed that the real mean volume of damaged stems and that calculated from the mean stand height in the forest resource data base were closely and linearly correlated. Regressions on the b.a. mean or median stems on sample plots were much less reliable.

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