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Dimensional relationships for several tree species from the spruce-fir forest types of northwestern Ontario



Dimensional relationships for several tree species from the spruce-fir forest types of northwestern Ontario



Canadian Forestry Service Research Notes 4(2): 18-20



Measurements of d.b.h., ht., and crown diam. and length were made on 526 trees in 193 semi-permanent growth plots established in 1970-74 in 3 locations in Ontario. Tree age was determined from increment cores, and total and merchantable volumes calculated using Honer's volume equations. Plot site indexes were calculated on the basis of existing equations for important Canadian species.

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