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International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska

Frederic R. Larson

International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska

by Frederic R. Larson

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Published by Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Timber -- Alaska -- Susitna River Watershed.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Measurement.,
  • Susitna River Watershed (Alaska)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrederic R. Larson.
    SeriesResearch note PNW -- 495.
    ContributionsPacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18161809M

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International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska by Frederic R. Larson Download PDF EPUB FB2

International 1/4-inch board-foot volume equations and tables were derived Alaska book fall, buck, and scale data for trees at 78 locations in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska. Tree species included white and black spruce, paper birch, black cottonwood, and quaking aspen.

There are no published International board-foot tables for Alaska trees where height was measured to a 6-inch top diameter, so no comparisons could be made to pre- vious work for tables 4, 5, and 6. International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska. [Portland, Or.]: Pacific Northwest Research Station, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska by Larson, Frederic R. (Frederic Roger), ; Pacific Northwest Forest Pages: International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska. [Portland, Or.]: Pacific Northwest Research Station, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska / Related Titles. Series: Research note PNW ; RN By. Larson, Frederic R. (Frederic Roger), Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Type.

Book. By F.R. Larson, Published on 01/01/ Title. International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, AlaskaAuthor: Frederic R. Larson. International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska.

By F.R. Larson. Topics: picea glauca, picea mariana, betula papyrifera, populus tremuloides Author: F.R. Larson. International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska / By Frederic R.

(Frederic Roger) Larson and Or.) Pacific Northwest. Scribner board-foot, merchantable cubic-foot, and total cubic-foot volume equations. were derived from fall, buck, and scale data for trees at 78 locations in the. Susitna River basin, Alaska.

Tree species included white and black spruce, paper. birch, black cottonwood, and quaking aspen. Keywords: Volume tables, volume equations, white. Gregory and P. Haack, Equations and Tables for Estimating Cubic-Foot Volume of Interior Alaska Tree Species, Research Note NOR-6, USDA, Forest Service, F.

Larson and K. Winterberger, Tables and Equations for Estimating Volumes of Trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska, Research Note PNW-RN, USDA, Forest Service, Cited by: 9. Estimating Volumes of Trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska Frederic R.

Larson and Kenneth C. Winterberger Abstract Introduction Scribner board-foot, merchantable cubic-foot, and total cubic-foot volume equations were derived from fall, buck, and scale data for trees at 78 locations in the Susitna River basin, Alaska. Tables and formulas to estimate the board-foot volume of logs and trees by three of the most commonly used log rules are provided.

Background information concerning the various rules as well as scaling techniques is also provided. Log Rules In the United States and Canada there are over 95 log scaling rules bearing about names (Freese, no date).

cubic-foot volume of white spruce trees in Alaska. Multiple models were developed for white spruce to estimate total and merchantable cubic-foot volume to a 2- 4- and 6-in. top. Seasonal movements and habitat use of rainbow trout in the Susitna River Basin, Southcentral Alaska (31, km²) Susitna River basin of south-central Alaska during – and – International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska by Larson, Frederic R.

(Frederic Roger), ; Pacific Northwest. Rainbow Trout from the Willow Creek, Alaska confluence with the Susitna River (DFC; km) between sexes and seasons, and distance traveled from previous season’s location (ISM; km).

45 Table Summary of model selection statistics for top seasonal resource selection models for Rainbow Trout from the Susitna River basin, Alaska (Akaike.

International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska / View Metadata By: Larson, Frederic R. (Frederic Roger), - Pacific Northwest. Within the Susitna River Basin inventory unit, million ha in size, ap- proximately 11% of the total area and 15% of the vegetated area is covered with the above five forested wetlands (Table 1).

PRODUCTIVITY OF BOREAL FORESTED WETLANDS Growth Productivity in terms of annual woody tree growth is rarely above m3 ha- 1 year- 1 on the best Cited by: 6.

Susitna Valley, Alaska, conducted during the period The primary purposes of the inventory were to determine the total area of forested lands, the commercial forest area and timber volume, and the condition and growth of this resource, and to report.

This is the center of the Copper River Basin, one of Alaska’s best outdoor recreation areas for hunting, fishing and off road exploration.

Paxson, at mileis the junction with the Denali.The most striking observation in global river chemistry is the enormous range in concentrations (C i), ionic ratios (C i / C j), and the proportions of ions in cation and anion sums (% C i) as illustrated by the 1% and 99% quantiles (Q 1 and Q 99) of their distribution (Table 1).The Q 99 /Q 1 ratio of solute concentrations is the lowest for potassium and silica, about two orders of magnitude.The Susitna basin is a poorly-understood Cenozoic successor basin immediately north of Cook Inlet in south-central Alaska (Kirschner, ).

The basin is bounded by the Castle Mountain fault and Cook Inlet basin on the south, the Talkeetna Mountains on the east, the Alaska Range on the north, and the Alaska–Aleutian Range on the west (fig.

).Cited by: 3.