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How many tree heights should you measure for a natural atlantic coastal plain usa loblolly pine pinus taeda site index?



How many tree heights should you measure for a natural atlantic coastal plain usa loblolly pine pinus taeda site index?



Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 5(4): 180-183



Sample size is tabulated for the number of tree heights needed to site-classify plots growing natural, Atlantic coastal plain loblolly pine (P. taeda L.). The size of the sample depends on observed stand age and selected site-class size, index age and classification success rate. The most important outcome is the relationship of sample size to stand age because putting it into practice results in uniformly reliable site-index estimates.

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