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Evaluation methods of Douglas fir quality



Evaluation methods of Douglas fir quality



Foret Entreprise (163): 50-54



A simulation of the growth and the timber quality of forest stands was carried out in a Douglas fir stand in Limousin, France. Two software packages were used: WinEpifn assessing the timber quality of an existing stand, and SimCoP simulating tree growth according to site fertility and the planned clearings. Findings showed the potential of management tools in simulating timber quality, and can assist in decision-making in a forest stand or a whole forest basin containing large plots.

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