Observations from the East Texas Pine Plantation Research Project were available for analysis in this study. We limdted the observations to site index classes 60, 70 and 80 feet. And age classes were set at three-year intervals.
For each combination of site index and age class, an average observed total height of the ten tallest trees was calculated.
Based on these values, MAl (mean annual increment) and CAI (current annual increment) were calculated.
The values are depicted in graphs on the next six pages.
Lenhart, J. David; Allen, Jennifer; and Lee, Young-Jin, "Project Report No. 58, Observed Growth Trends, Average Total Height . . . Ten Tallest Trees, Loblolly and Slash Pine Plantations East Texas" (1997). Informal Project Reports. Paper 15.
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