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A contribution to the estimation of reserved growing stock






Revista Padurilor 114(2): 29-36

A contribution to the estimation of reserved growing stock

The paper presents two currently used stochastic models which may be used for buffer stock assessment, i.e., the timber volume which should not be deducted from the allowable cut in case of a windthrow or other natural disaster. One model addresses the problem of how skewed the distribution of age classes tends to be in the long term, and the Markovian chain model (proposed by J.


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