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Standard error of tree height using Vertex III.
The idea to quantify the subjectivity at height measurement came with the large applicability of modern instruments. The aim of the study was to estimate the standard error of tree height using
Bark Features for Identifying Resonance Spruce Standing Timber
Whether the bark qualities as a marker of resonance wood are indeed useful is verified to verify whether the bark phenotypes denote topoclinal variations and do not depend on tree age.
Consuming Blackberry as a Traditional Nutraceutical Resource from an Area with High Anthropogenic Impact
The results show that blackberry is an important bioaccumulator of these heavy metals—71% of the Pb concentration values and 100% ofThe Cd concentration values exceeded the World Health Organization thresholds by up to 29 and 15 times, respectively.
Time expenditure in computer aided time studies implemented for highly mechanized forest equipment
This study aimed to model the relations between the variation of time needed to analyze the video-recorded time study data and the variation of some measured independent variables for a complex organization of a work cycle.
Specific structural indexes for resonance Norway spruce wood used for violin manufacturing.
The aim of this study was to assess wood quality using diagnostic keys related to the main traits of trunk architecture in the most important resource of resonance spruce of the Romanian Carpathians.
Small Gains in Wood Recovery Rate when Disobeying the Recommended Motor-Manual Tree Felling Procedures: Another Reason to Use the Proper Technical Prescriptions
An efficient wood harvesting activity aims to fully recover wood as a measure to increase the profit, but safety prescriptions should be obeyed each time when harvesting operations are performed. A
Wind contribution to yearly silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) compression wood development in the Romanian Carpathians
A better understanding of the structural response of forest trees to wind regime may explain how individual and groups of trees compete for stability and can help to improve forest management strategies in windy regions.
Relevant phenotypic descriptors of the resonance Norway spruce standing trees for the acoustical quality of wood for musical instruments
Identifying high-grade valuable wood resources by the visible individual traits of trees is a challenge for foresters and a requirement for sustainable resource management. The aim of this study was