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National wood supply projections: the possibilities for increased precision through a regional approach

, : National wood supply projections: the possibilities for increased precision through a regional approach. Australian Forestry 46(1): 25-34

Computer-based Australian forest simulation models are discussed in relation to a framework of 43 timber supply regions as defined by the FORWOOD conference in 1974 Regions are subdivided into 5 ownership and 8 forest type categories. It is concluded that existing simulation systems can be adapted to enable physical modelling of 92% of Australian forest plantations and 34% of the highest productivity eucalypt forests.

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Accession: 001101322

DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1983.10674373

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