3 edition of Stem cubic-foot volume tables for tree species in the South found in the catalog.
Stem cubic-foot volume tables for tree species in the South
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C. (P.O. Box 2680, Asheville 28802)
Written in English
|Other titles||Stem cubic foot volume tables for tree species in the South|
|Statement||Alexander Clark III, Ray A. Souter|
|Series||Research paper SE -- 290|
|Contributions||Souter, Ray A. 1953-, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 85 p.|
|Number of Pages||85|
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Get this from a library. Stem cubic-foot volume tables for tree species in the South. [Alexander Clark, III.; Ray A Souter; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)]. e, f). When a species volume table for a species measured in the Deep South Area is not available the Southwide tables should be used (Clark and Souter 1 ).
Development of Equations The volume tables in this paper are based on profile equations developed from taper data collected on 13, trees sampled in natural stands across the Author: Alexander Clark, Ray A. Souter. Get this from a library. Stem cubic-foot volume tables for tree species in the Deep South area.
[Alexander Clark, III.; Ray A Souter; United States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station.] -- "Stemwood cubic-foot volume inside bark tables are presented for 21 species and 8 species groups based on equations used to estimate timber sale volumes on national forests in the Deep South Area.
the South. Stemwood cubic-foot volume inside bark tables are presented for 9 species and 6 species groups based on equations used to estimate timber sale volumes on national forests in the Arkansas Area, Tables are based on form class measurement data for 1, trees sampled in the Arkansas Area and taper data collected across the : Alexander Clark, Ray A.
Souter. Abstract: Tables showing cubic-foot volume under bark of sawlogs and pulpwood pulpwood Subject Category: Commodities and Products see more details are presented for 21 species [Pinus echinata pinus echinata Subject Category: Organism Names see more details, P.
elliottii, P. palustris, P. taeda, P. glabra, Acer rubrum acer rubrum Stem cubic-foot volume tables for tree species in the South book Category: Organism NamesAuthor: A.
Clark, R. Souter. Volume equations are used to predict the content of stems of standing trees as a function of easily measured tree attributes such as diameter at breast height and tree height.
Various functions have been proposed for predicting volume of a specified portion of Cited by: 1. Forest Service Handbook (FSH) a - Cubic Scaling Handbook - link to standard Forest Service-wide and Regional issuances detailing procedures and instructions for cubic scaling.
This handbook is available in paper form only. Copies of the paper master set are maintained by the Washington, Region, Station, Area, Institute, and Forest.
Estimation and validation of stem volume equations for Pinus densiflora, Pinus koraiensis, and Larix kaempferi in South Korea Article (PDF Available) in Forest Science and Technology 13(2) Total cubic-foot volumes of the entire stem for spruce, paper birch and quaking aspen were nearly equal to those reported by Gregory and Haack () for small-size classes but were slightly lower for larger classes.
The total cubic-foot volume of black cottonwood was slightly higher in our tables than in those of Gregory and Haack (). Request PDF | Tree-Stem Volume Equations | Volume equations are used to predict the content of stems of standing trees as a function of easily measured tree attributes such as diameter at.
On the main-bole level, respiratory potential per unit volume was inversely correlated to the live bole volumetric fraction (inner bark plus sapwood divided by whole bole volume) (Adj.
R 2=). Specifically, tree species with 18–20% of the main bole alive potentially respired –3 times more per unit live bole volume than species with Cited by: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Cubic foot volume: This calculator is useful in providing approximate weights for species, but the user should be careful in how the product is used.
Wood varies considerably in weight per constant volume (density) on a regional level and at the local level. Weight, volume, and physical properties of major hardwood species in the Upland-South [microform] / Ale Stem cubic-foot volume tables for tree species in the Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plain [electronic resour Weight, volume, and physical properties of major hardwood species in.
How Can We Measure Trees and Logs for more Useful Information For: Timber Measurement Society Coeur D’Alene, Idaho Ap – Actually measures the volume in a tree or log – Many formula available • Weight – Smaller trees more weight • Board and cubic foot volume tables and formula yieldFile Size: KB.
The algorithms are taken from "Tables for Estimating Total Tree and Product Weight and Volume of Major Southern Tree Species and Species Groups" Joseph Saucier and Alexander Clark III, Southwide Energy Committee, American Pulpwood Association Inc., Nov.
An equation was constructed to estimate the stem volume of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) in stands growing on former farmland in Sweden (Latitude 56–63° N). The mean total age was 40 ± 13 (range 17–91) years, the mean diameter at breast height (ob) was 15 ± 4 (range 5–27) cm and the mean density was ± (range –) stems ha−1.
The equation which fits the Cited by: 3. Subsampling trees for biomass, volume, or mineral content. Forest Science 30(3): - Vanclay, J.K. Small tree stem volume equations for three plantation species. Research Note Department of Forestry, Queensland. p 5. Vanclay, J.K.
Volume to any utilization standard for plantation conifers in Queensland. Research Note The volume tables are constructed only for trees over years old. As material for these tables we have the analyses of over trees. From the analysis it is possible to compute the volume of a tree at successive ten-year periods during its whole life.
George M. Banzhaf, Thomas G. Matney, Emily B. Schultz, James S. Meadows, J. Paul Jeffreys, William C. Booth, Gan Li, Andrew W. Ezell, Theodor D. Leininger, Log-Grade Volume Distribution Prediction Models for Tree Species in Red Oak-Sweetgum Stands on US Mid-South Minor Stream Bottoms, Forest Science, Vol Issue 6, DecemberPages Cited by: 1.
Individual Tree Volume and results are commonly presented in volume tables. The reader is referred to Avery () for elaboration on methods and to Bell and Dilworth () for volume tables for a number of Pacific Northwest species. Inventories of standing timber are generally given in terms of volume stratified by species and stem.A volume table is one in which the volume of wood contained in trees of various diameters and heights is provided (Forbes and Bruce ).Volumes can be represented in terms of cords, board feet, cubic feet, cubic meters, or tons, among other measures, and are provided as per-tree upper merchantable diameter usually is assumed with each table, and it is further assumed that trees.Scaling estimates the log volume on a board foot, cubic foot, linear foot or cord basis.
In scal-ing pulpwood or chipwood, the volume of available material is usually estimated from the weight of the product, where moisture content, species and other factors are considered. For logs that are to be pro.