New compatible estimators for survivor growth and ingrowth from remeasured horizontal point samples

@inproceedings{Roesch1989NewCE,
  title={New compatible estimators for survivor growth and ingrowth from remeasured horizontal point samples},
  author={Francis A. Roesch and Edwin J. Green and C. Tim Scott},
  year={1989}
}
Forest volume growth between two measurements is often decomposed into the components of survivor growth (S), ingrowth (Z), mortality (M), and cut (C) (for example, Beers 1962 or Van Deusen et al. 1986). Net change between volumes at times 1 and 2 (V, V,) is then represented by the equation 

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