The Saskatchewan Forest Inventory

Palley, M.N.

The Forestry Chronicle 29(3): 261-266

1953


DOI: 10.5558/tfc29261-3
Accession: 068507916

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Abstract
One approach to forest inventory which has been employed in the west-central part of Canada is described and discussed. The means employed in arriving at a land classification, timber estimate, growth forecast and forest map are dealt with. Man-day requirements for the individual inventory work operations are cited, as well as sampling error of estimate of total growing stock. A general statement of the characteristics of Saskatchewan's accessible forests is given and some of the by-products of a forest inventory survey are listed.