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Logarithmic transformation in biomass estimation procedures: violation of the linearity assumption in regression analysis


, : Logarithmic transformation in biomass estimation procedures: violation of the linearity assumption in regression analysis. Biomass and Bioenergy 1(3): 175-180

Alternative statistical procedures are proposed for avoiding bias in biomass estimates in short rotation forestry when logarithmic transformations are performed prior to fitting a regression line.

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