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Videogrammetry in forest production measurements


, : Videogrammetry in forest production measurements. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (85-1609): 12

Video recordings were made of the operation of a LOGMA T-310 limber buncher in Maine. Machine cycle times were measured during video tape playback using an interactive program that allowed a computer to be used as stop watch and data sheet. Measurements of tree characteristics were made from the video picture. Estimated mean stem length (31.68 ft) was very close to actual mean stem length (30.94 ft).


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