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Stand modeling for radiata pine in new zealand



Stand modeling for radiata pine in new zealand



New Zealand Journal of Forestry 22(2): 297-307



Intensive forest management requires reliable information on stand dynamics, growth and yield. A variety of modeling options will probably be required to provide information on which to base the full spectrum of forest management decisions. The modeling alternatives are part of a continuum of complementary systems rather than mutually exclusive options. An overview of selected stand modeling alternatives is given, with some discussion of general situations for which the various approaches might prove efficient and data bases for stand modeling are considered. Suggestions are offered for modeling Pinus radiata stands in New Zealand.

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