Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1984

Abstract

Mixed-species forests are common throughout the United States and growth and yield models are needed which reflect complex interrelationships. A stand-table projection approach with upgrowth and mortality components is presented for modeling growth and development in such forests. The method involves concepts previously used to model mixed-species diameter growth, in the upgrowth component of the projection system. Tentative equation forms arc presented to help clarify the general approach.

Comments

Bullard, S.H. 1985. An approach for projecting mixed-species forest growth and mortality. Journal of Environmental Systems 14(3):313-319.

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