Generalized height–diameter models—an application for major tree species in complex stands of interior British Columbia

@article{Temesgen2004GeneralizedHM,
  title={Generalized height–diameter models—an application for major tree species in complex stands of interior British Columbia},
  author={Hailemariam Temesgen and Klaus von Gadow},
  journal={European Journal of Forest Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={123},
  pages={45-51}
}
Using permanent sample-plot data, selected tree height and diameter functions were evaluated for their predictive abilities for major tree species in complex (multiple age, size and species cohort) stands of interior British Columbia (BC), Canada. Two sets of models were evaluated. The first set included five models for estimating height as a function of individual tree diameter, the second set also included five models for estimating height as a function of individual tree diameter and other… CONTINUE READING

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