Height-diameter models with random coefficients and site variables for tree species of Central Maine

@article{Saunders2011HeightdiameterMW,
  title={Height-diameter models with random coefficients and site variables for tree species of Central Maine},
  author={Mike R. Saunders and R. Glenn Wagner},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={65},
  pages={203-203}
}
Height-diameter models were developed for nine tree species common to the northeastern United States: Abies balsamea, Acer rubrum, Betula papyrifera, B. populifolia, Picea rubens, P. mariana, Pinus strobus, Populus tremuloides, and Tsuga canadensis. Stem heights and diameters were collected from 6 146 trees (between 136 and 2615 trees per species) on 50 plots within 10 structurally diverse stands that are part of a long-term silvicultural experiment in central Maine. The models were developed… CONTINUE READING

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