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Forest Growth and Yield Modeling

By: Aaron R Weiskittel, David W Hann, John A Kershaw and Jerome K Vanclay
415 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Forest Growth and Yield Modeling
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  • Forest Growth and Yield Modeling ISBN: 9780470665008 Edition: 2 Hardback Jul 2011 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Completely updated and expanded new edition of this widely cited book, "Forest Growth and Yield Modeling", 2nd edition, synthesizes current scientific literature, provides insights in how models are constructed, gives suggestions for future developments, and outlines keys for successful implementation of models. The book describes current modeling approaches for predicting forest growth and yield and explores the components that comprise the various modeling approaches. It provides the reader with the tools for evaluating and calibrating growth and yield models and outlines the steps necessary for developing a forest growth and yield model.

Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements

1 Introduction
2 Indices of competition
3 Forest site evaluation
4 Whole-stand and size-class models
5 Tree-level models
6 Components of tree-list models
7 Individual-tree static equations
8 Mortality
9 Seeding, regeneration, and recruitment
10 Linking growth models of different resolutions
11 Modeling silvicultural treatments
12 Process-based models
13 Hybrid models of forest growth and yield
14 Model construction
15 Model evaluation and calibration
16 Implementation and use
17 Future directions

Bibliography
Appendix 1: List of species used in the text
Appendix 2: Expanded outline for ORGANON growth and yield model
Index

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By: Aaron R Weiskittel, David W Hann, John A Kershaw and Jerome K Vanclay
415 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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