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The relation of research in forest pathology to the preparation of forest inventories. 2. The possibility of obtaining net volumes by grade when cruising overmature stands of Sitka Spruce on the Queen Charlotte Islands



The relation of research in forest pathology to the preparation of forest inventories. 2. The possibility of obtaining net volumes by grade when cruising overmature stands of Sitka Spruce on the Queen Charlotte Islands



B.C. Lumberm 30(7): 52-3, 66, 68,



It was indicated in a previous article that for satisfactory cruising of overmature Sitka Spruce, it is necessary to have local volume tables with decay deductions for trees in different diameter classes. The present article gives data on the average, gross, and net merchantable volumes by grade of 1, 977 trees of Sitka Spruce on the Queen Charlotte Islands.

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