2 edition of Predicted total-tree biomass of understory hardwoods. found in the catalog.
Predicted total-tree biomass of understory hardwoods.
Douglas R. Phillips
1981 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C .
Written in English
|Series||Research paper SE -- 223|
|Contributions||Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
In each stand, 50 understory white spruce were cut for stem analysis at ground level, 30, 70, cm, and every cm to tree height. In four stands, recruitment of these understory spruce occurred immediately after the disturbance, while in others the recruitment was delayed several decades. Within the broad field of renewable energy, in recent years biomass has taken on great importance because of the potentially critical role it is assumed to Croat. j. for. eng. 37()2. This resulted in R2 of total biomass, dry biomass, carbon sequestration, tree height and tree count of , , , , and , respectively. Moreover, mixed bias (with lowest value of m for tree height) and NRMSE% (with lowest value of % for tree carbon sequestration) values were obtained.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Phillips, Douglas R. Predicted total-tree biomass of understory hardwoods. Asheville, N.C.: Southeastern Forest.
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Biomass estimates are required for reporting carbon, assessing feedstock availability, and assessing forest fire threat. We developed diameter- and height-based biomass equations for Western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.) and red alder (Alnus rubra Bong.) trees in Western Oregon.
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The measurement of species diversity. Annual Review of Ecological Systems Phillips, D. Predicted total-tree biomass of understory hardwoods. With increasing stand age, the proportion of stem biomass to total tree biomass increased from % in the year-old stand to % in the year-old stand, and the proportion of understory.
The total forest biomass Predicted total-tree biomass of understory hardwoods. book estimates for determined by the application of the national biomass estimator allometric equations was Mg ha −1, which was a much lower value for the total tree biomass than the values obtained using Methods A and B (Table 2 and Table 3).
The differences occurred in both the pine plantation group and Author: Doug P. Aubrey, John I. Blake, Stan J. Zarnoch. ChenQQCSB_Aboveground biomass and corresponding carbon sequestration ability of four major forest types in south Content available from Shenglei Fu: 00bcepdf.
Several factors can affect the remote sensing-based AGB estimation, such as insufficient sample data, atmospheric conditions, complex biophysical environments, scale of the study area, availability of software, spatial resolution of remotely sensed data, or mixed pixels, among others [6, 10].In order to introduce different approaches that have been developed to reduce the uncertainties Cited by: 5.
The maximum understory carbon density is predicted to occur when the plot contains no trees greater than cm in diameter, and ranges from to t C ha −1, depending on forest type. Predicted total-tree biomass of understory hardwoods.
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Seven obvious microscale and mesoscale patterns are reported for one or both of these species (1) a failure to successfully colonize branches occurring below the upper limit of the winter snowpack (2) an occurrence in much lower abundance over the outer, foliated portions of branches than over the inner, defoliated portions of the same branches.
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While we hustle busily through the necessities of our lives, wrapped up in our daily preoccupations. Biomass - refers to the range of all organic nonfossil materials such as agricultural products and residuals, municipal solid waste (MSW), or wood residues from forests (Wright et al.
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result, the total tree number in the study area can be increased from lakhs () to lakhs () and the carbon stock can be enhanced from lakh tonnes of carbon in to lakh tonnes till For achieving the desired targets, the land under the plantation has toFile Size: 1MB. Accordingly, in most of these countries, hardwoods are in surplus and softwoods are in short supply.
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