4 edition of Growth and yield models for mixed Jack pine / black spruce stands found in the catalog.
Growth and yield models for mixed Jack pine / black spruce stands
Gordon Donald Nigh
Thesis (M.Sc.F.)--University of Toronto, 1991.
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1 1 Title 2 GROWTH RESPONSE AND WATER RELATIONS OF THREE-YEAR-OLD 3 PLANTED BLACK SPRUCE AND JACK PINE SEEDLINGS IN SITE 4 PREPARED LICHEN WOODLANDS 5 6 François Héberta, Jean-François Boucherb*, Pierre Y. Bernierc, Daniel Lordd† 7 8 aUniversité Laval, Faculté de foresterie et géomatique, Département des 9 sciences du bois et de la forêt, Pavillon . Other articles where Jack pine is discussed: conservation: Fire control: shrubs below living branches of jack pines (Pinus banksiana) that are between 5 and 20 years old. The region’s natural wildfires originally maintained a sufficient area of young jack pines. As elsewhere, modern practices suppressed fires, and the habitat declined. The birds are also susceptible to cowbirds, which are.
A VARIABLE DENSITY STAND LEVEL GROWTH AND YIELD MODEL FOR EVEN-AGED NATURAL LONGLEAF PINE Dwight K. Lauer and John S. Kush INTRODUCTION L ongleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) stands cover some 3 million widely distributed and fragmented acres in the South of which million acres (91 percent) sup-. Water relation patterns and subsequent growth were studied on bare-root and container jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) and black spruce (Picea mariana (Mill.) B.S.P.) seedlings during the first growing season on boreal cut-over by:
model for even-aged stands of Black pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) in Spain. The 53 plots used to fit the equations came from the permanent sample plot network established by the Forest Research Centre (INIA) in and in the main distribution regions of Black pine. The model is made up of a system of equations to predict growth and yield in vol-. Karlsson, K. Growth allocation and stand structure in Norway spruce stands. - Expected taper and diameter distribution in stands subjected to different thinning regimes. Doctor's dissertation. ISSN ISBN This thesis is based on analyses of .
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Growth and yield projections for monospecific and mixed stands of Scots pine and European beech were made by means of a previous model developed from a set of the Spanish National Forest Inventory.
Individual-tree distance independent diameter growth models were developed for black spruce and jack pine plantations. Data used in this study came via stem analysis on black spruce (Picea mariana [Mill.]B.S.P.) and jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) trees sampled from 75 stands of 25 even-aged monospecific plantations for each species in the Canadian boreal forest region of northern Cited by: Individual-tree models of five-year basal area growth were developed for jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) and black spruce (Picea mariana (Mill.) BSP) in northern Ontario.
Tree growth data were collected from long-term permanent plots of pure and mixed stands of the two species. The models were fitted using mixed model methods due to. The purpose of this study was to develop growth inter-cept models for black spruce, jack pine and balsam fir in r objective was to provide an interim valida-tion of the models based on an independent data gen-eral, the modelling technique closely follows that of Nigh (a), which should be consulted for additional details.
Individual-tree distance independent diameter growth models were developed for black spruce and jack pine plantations. Data used in this study came via stem analysis on black spruce (Picea.
Forest growth models are mathematical or computer models to project the future state and yields of forest stands or forest trees, over a time scale of from a few years to many decades.
Structure and function of growth models vary: some are purely empirical, based on the reproduction of past observations, while others explicitly mimic specific processes relative to tree ecophysiology, stand.
The growth intercept models pre-sented in this Extension Note are based on data collected by researchers at the University of British Columbia to study black spruce ecosystems and their productivity (Krestov et al.
; Nigh et al.1). Data Ninety-one black spruce stem analysis plots provided the data to develop the growth intercept models. The plots. FEIS ABBREVIATION: PICMAR COMMON NAMES: black spruce bog spruce swamp spruce TAXONOMY: The scientific name of black spruce is Picea mariana (Mill.) B.S.P.
(Pinaceae) [,,].Natural black spruce × red spruce hybrids occur "to a limited extent"  in eastern Canada [,].Putative black spruce × white spruce hybrids, sometimes called Rosendahl. Here we studied the growth of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in mixed versus pure stands on 32 triplets located along a productivity gradient through Europe, reaching from Sweden to Bulgaria and from Spain to the Ukraine.
Stand inventory and taking increment cores on the mainly 60–80 year-old trees Cited by: current area of mixed stands of Scots pine/European beech stands is only 9 ha (Brus et al.
These for-ests, especially pure and mixed European beech stands, have been severely decimated by clearing for agriculture and, during the last few centuries, by replacing them with faster and straighter growing conifers such as NorwayCited by: empirical yield class model for Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carrière) stands at three inland sites in southern Scotland where it is the main production species.
Method Data sampling Reliable measurements of tree growth from mensuration surveys were obtained for three forests (Ae, Wauchope and Craik) in southern Scotland. old black spruce plantation in boreal Quebec. A follow-up of these estimates, using a different modelling approach, provided a new set of net C drawdown values for boreal afforestation sce-narios, ranging from 58 to 97 t C ha–1 (after 70 years) depending on whether larch, black spruce, or jack pine was the planted species (Boucher et al.
Site Index Conversion Equations for Mixed Black Spruce-Lodgepole Pine Stands: Author(s) or contact(s): G.D. Nigh and P.V. Krestov Source: Research Branch Subject: Growth and Yield Series: Extension Note Other details: Published Hardcopy is available. Normal yield tables for black spruce, jack pine, aspen, white birch, tolerant hardwoods, white pine, and red pine for Ontario (Timber series bulletin) [Plonski, W.
L] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Normal yield tables for black spruce, jack pine, aspen, white birch, tolerant hardwoods, white pine, and red pine for Ontario (Timber series bulletin)Author: W. L Plonski. The objectives of this study were to develop a growth and yield model for yellow-poplar that can be used to evaluate thinning options.
This model should be efficient to use and provide detailed information about stand structure. To accomplish these objectives, we 1. Developed a stand-level model for thinned stands of yellow-poplar, and 2. The “Growth, Yield and Carbon Balance Models for Southern Pine Stands” are provided "as is," without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.
The observed patterns of radial variation in the mechanical properties of Scots pine in the current study (i.e., a rapid increase in the juvenile zone toward larger, more stable mature wood values) were similar to those reported in previous studies on Scots pine (Verkasalo and LebanAuty and Achim ), hybrid larch (Leban and Haines Cited by: 5.
a growth and yield simulator for uneven-aged shortleaf pine stands. Much of the existing growth and yield information for naturally occurring shortleaf pine is based on data collected from even-aged stands.
Yield tables have been developed from temporary plot data (USDA Forest ServiceSchumacher and CoileMurphy and Beltz Cited by: 5.
Concentrate may be used to release Jack Pine, Black Spruce, Red Spruce and White Spruce from labeled brush, vine, grass, and broadleaf weeds at rates less than 6 fluid oz per acre when tank mixed with glyphosate.
A nonionic surfactant may be tank mixed at rates greater than % v/v when using less than 6 oz./A of ARSENAL Applicators Concentrate. Jack pine has a much higher ratio of mortality to growth than other species in the state.
For instance, jack pine accounts for about 1% of all volume and growth of trees in Wisconsin, but % of mortality and % of Size: 2MB. Growth, Yield and Biomass Dynamics Model For Even-Aged Naturally Regenerated Longleaf Pine User Manual Page 1 Growth, Yield and Biomass Dynamics Model For Even-Aged Natural Longleaf Pine Stands.
This model allows the user to simulate stand dynamics of even-aged naturally regenerated longleaf pine forests under different management scenarios. Black spruce, Picea mariana (Mill.) B.S.P., in Alaska is largely overlooked in terms of growth and yield research because of its small size and slow growth.
Growth and yield information is therefore limited or nonexistent. This study developed the first polymorphic site index (height-age) curves and height-diameter functions for predicting height and volume for Alaska black.The height-increment models, as expressed in, provide individual tree height-increment predictions for white spruce and aspen grown in the boreal mixed-species stands in Alberta.
Most of the asymptotic t -ratios for the estimated coefficients of the fitted models are Cited by: