Evaluating ecoregion-based height-diameter relationships of five economically important Appalachian hardwood species in West Virginia

@inproceedings{Brooks2007EvaluatingEH,
  title={Evaluating ecoregion-based height-diameter relationships of five economically important Appalachian hardwood species in West Virginia},
  author={J. Ren{\'e}e Brooks and Harry V. Jr. Wiant},
  year={2007}
}
Five economically important Appa- lachian hardwood species were selected from five ecoregions in West Virginia. A nonlinear extra sum of squares procedure was employed to test whether the height-diameter relationships, based on measure- ments from the 2000 inventory from West Virginia, were significantly different at the ecoregion level. For all species examined, the null hypothesis was rejected indicating that at least one of the ecoregion specific parameters was not equal to zero. In addition… CONTINUE READING