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Literature on the Bitterlich method of forest cruising



Literature on the Bitterlich method of forest cruising



Us Forest Serv Res Pap Pnw 47: 1-20



This bibliography on the Bitterlich method of forest cruising (forest point-sampling) begins where an earlier bibliography by George W. Thomson and Glenn H. Deitschman ended. The period covered is generally from 1959 through 1965. This is not an attempt to list all related publications for that period. A few publications are not included here because of the time it takes for some foreign literature to be cited in English sources. There is a considerable amount of unpublished related material in existence in the form of field plot manuals, in-Service reports, teaching materials, and training aids used by Federal, State, private, and educational sources. Only a limited number of these materials are noted. The bibliography is compiled in 3 parts: Formal publications; Unpublished theses; and Unpublished mimeographed reports, papers, and materials.

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The Bitterlich method of cruising. Why does it work?. Jour Forest 55(3): 216-217, 1957

Notes on cruising intensity by the Bitterlich method. Jour Forest 57(11): 849-851, 1959

Computation of volume in the Bitterlich method of cruising. J. For, 56: 1, 41, 1958

Cruising pole timber by Bitterlich's angle-count method. Pap. Mich. Acad. Sci, 43: 1958, 151-6, 1957

A field test of the Bitterlich variable plot cruising method in Maine. Tech. Note Univ. Me. For. Dep, 48, 4, 1958

Some results of the use of the Bitterlich method of cruising in an even-aged stand of Longleaf Pine. J. For, 56: 5, 341-3, 1958

Studies of personal bias in Bitterlich cruising. Michigan Academician 2(2): 67-71, 1969

100% mark with 3P sample or multistage 3P cruising: which method should a forest manager choose?. Resource Inventory Notes (BLM-27): 8-9, 1980

Evaluation of using systematic random sampling along with forest cruising method in Caspian forests-. American Eurasian Journal Of Agricultural And Environmental Science: 3, 354-361, 2008

The use of the Bitterlich relascope in sampling forest stands. Chapingo Rev Escuela Nac Agr 3(9/10): 1-85, 1963

Bitterlich's 'Spiegelrelaskop'- a revolutionary general-use forest instrument. J. For, 53: 11, 844-6, 1955

A comparative study of two hypsometers (Blume-Leiss and Bitterlich Relascope) for bole height estimation in the tropical high forest: case of Deng-Deng forest (Cameroon). Discovery and Innovation 8(4): 347-351, 1996

The use of the bitterlich sampling technique in an athens county ohio usa forest. Ohio Journal of Science 78(1): 26-28, 1978

The disadvantages of Bitterlich's method.. Rev. for. franc, 8: 3, 185-8, 1956

Studies on the Bitterlich method. Sci. Rep. Kyoto Prefect. Univ. (Agric.). 16, 42-87, 1964