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Volume tables and point-sampling factors for Ponderosa Pine in the Black Hills



Volume tables and point-sampling factors for Ponderosa Pine in the Black Hills



U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Rocky Mt. For. Range Exp. Sta, RM-8, 16



Volumes are given in total cu.ft., cu.ft. to a 4-in.diam. top, and bd. ft. (Scribner and International 1/4-in. rules) to an 8-in. top. Tree heights are in ft. and numbers of logs. Volume equations are of the form V = a + bD2H.

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