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Estimation of weight of broadleaved trees


, : Estimation of weight of broadleaved trees. Bulletin of the Niigata University Forests ( 23): 11-17

Of 4 methods tested, estimation of total tree weight from 0.5-m sections selected with probabilities proportional to the basal area of the small stem end was the most precise.

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