A stocking guide for Allegheny hardwoods and its use in controlling intermediate cuttings
Benjamin Arthur Roach, United States. Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1977 - 30 pages
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR THINNING EVENAGED STANDS
USE OF THE GUIDE IN SELECTION CUTTING
50 percent CAPs 70 percent acre Basal Area acre Pe rc American hornbeam AREA AND TREE Area STAND CALCULATIONS AVERAGE BASAL AREA average diameter average stand diameter Basal Area STAND basal-area tally black cherry CAPs Other CAPs composition Cut Basal Area CUT LARGE SAWT cut stand estimate factors Figure Forest growing space GUIDE FOR ALLEGHENY INCHES 10 9 inches in diameter large sawtimber maple or sugar maximum stocking number of trees ORIGINAL Stand percent stocking plots regression relative stocking residual stand residual stocking sample points sample stand selection cutting SMALL SAWT small sawtimber small trees species groups stand age STAND CALCULATIONS Trees stand structure stand tally sheet standard error stands of Allegheny stocking guide stocking percent striped maple sugar maple sum of diameters summary sheet fig sweet birch tally sheet shows TOTAL per acre TREE OF AVERAGE TREE TALLY tree-area equation trees per acre wedge prism white ash yellow-poplar