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A generalized forest growth projection system applied to the Lake States region



A generalized forest growth projection system applied to the Lake States region



General Technical Report, North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (NC-49): ii + 96



A collection of 12 papers describing a newly developed computerized system:Lundgren, A.L.; Essex, B.L. Forest resources evaluation systems - a needed tool for managing renewable resources. 1-4 eary, R.A. Design. 5-15 hristensen, L.; Hahn, J.T.; Leary, R.A. Data base. 16-21 ahn, J.T.; Leary, R.A. Potential diameter growth functions. 22-26 oldaway, M.R.; Leary, R.A.; Thompson, J.L.V. Estimating mean stand crown ratio from stand variables. 27-30 eary, R.A.; Holdaway, M.R.

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