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CLIMACS: a computer model of forest stand development for western Oregon and Washington



CLIMACS: a computer model of forest stand development for western Oregon and Washington



Research Paper, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (PNW-327): ii + 60



A simulation model (in FORTRAN IV) is described for the development of timber stands in the Pacific Northwest. The model shows growth of individual trees of 21 species in a 0.20 ha forest gap, provides a means of assimilating existing information, indicates where knowledge is deficient, suggests where the forest system is most sensitive, and provides a first testing ground for hypotheses. Model verification simulations are included for up to 500 yr on various sites.

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