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Managed stand yield tables for coastal Douglas-fir

Kenneth J. Mitchell

Managed stand yield tables for coastal Douglas-fir

initial density and precommercial thinning

by Kenneth J. Mitchell

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Published by Information Services Branch, Ministry of Forests in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia
    • Subjects:
    • Douglas fir -- British Columbia -- Tables.,
    • Douglas fir -- British Columbia -- Growth -- Tables.,
    • Site index (Forestry) -- British Columbia -- Tables.,
    • Forest thinning -- British Columbia -- Tables.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 26.

      Statementby K.J. Mitchell and I.R. Cameron.
      SeriesLand management report,, no. 31
      ContributionsCameron, I. R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD397.D7 M58 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 69 p. :
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2627110M
      ISBN 100771884729
      LC Control Number85196400

      Yield Models for Forest Management. Forestry Diameter in centimetres Douglas Fir example fertilising Figure forecast forest manager Forestry Commission Booklet GJ Hamilton growing stock level height growth index cards individual stand Japanese Larch line thinning live trees Lodgepole Pine Management Tables marginal first thinning marginal. Managed stand yield tables for coastal Douglas-Fir: Initial density and precommercial thinning. Land Management Report Number Land Management Report Number Ministry of Forests (B.C.), Research Branch, 69 pp. Google Scholar.

      Western Wood Products Association SW First Ave., STE Portland, OR Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] A method of viewing stand density as it relates to volume production and tree size is developed in the form of a simple density management diagram applicable to plantations of coastal Douglas-fir.

      Forests, and precommercial thinning in Douglas-fir and mixed hemlock and Douglas-fir, skyline partial cutting, shelterwood cutting, and partial cutting in mature Douglas-fir on the Siuslaw National Forest are described. BERG, Alan B., Ed. Managing Young Forests in the Douglas-fir Region. School of For., Oregon State University, Corvallis. The Douglas-fir beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae) is a destructive insect pest in old-growth stands of coastal and interior Douglas-fir. Its impact is diminishing, however, with the change to second-growth management and rotations of less than years (24).


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Managed stand yield tables for coastal Douglas-fir initial density and precommercial thinning by Kenneth J. Mitchell. Published by Information Services Branch, Ministry of Forests in Victoria, B.C. Written in EnglishPages: yield table for plus site index = years origin will thinned at to trees per first thinning is at the specified is 4.

at the following the the cut is report the dieter of cut trees at thinnings at least the cut at be at least feet basal trees plus at. Managed stand yield tables are presented for second-growth stands of coastal Douglas-fir, Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco, established naturally ( trees per hectare) or planted with ,1 11 0, or trees per hectare.

Yield tables for managed stands of coast douglas-fir. [Portland, Or.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, stands of coast Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var.

menziesii) (Curtis et al. These tables provide estimates of the results of various stand management regimes and yields of managed stands. These estimates can aid forest managers in selecting management regimes best suited to their objectives and can provide guides to stocking control to achieve those regimes.

’ Users Cited by: Factors influencing yield of Douglas fir Site quality Stocking Growth and yield tables -- Terms used Tables of normal yield— Determination of site quality Yield table for total stand- Yield table for stand of trees 7 inches in diameter and larger Stand - Yield table for stand.

Management Forest Ecology and Management 91 () Simulated stand characteristics and wood product yields from Douglas-fir plantations managed for ecosystem objectives R. James Barbour a9 *, Stuart Johnston ‘, John P. Hayes ‘, Gabriel F.

Tucker ’ a USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, P the application of the yield tables may be better understood. Both species are notably tolerant, especially western hemlock. In dense even-aged stands hemlock often crowds out both Douglas fir and Sitka spruce.

It is commonly observed that where spruce occurs in such stands the density is less. Spruce ordinarily grows to larger. publication are for Douglas-fir, grand fir, western hemlock, ponderosa pine, western redcedar, and red alder.

If you have a question about the appropriateness of the tarif system for management decisions regarding your timber stand—or if you need help with a complex situation—contact the Extension forestry agent who serves.

use in constructing yield tables for managed, even-aged stands of Douglas-fir or mixed conifers where Douglas-fir is a significant component. These results stem from a study undertaken as part of the lSummerfield, Edward.

Site index and height growth of Douglas­ fir and ponderosa pine in eastern. DFSIM (Douglas-fir Simulator) is a managed stand growth and yield simulator for coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. menziesii). It was developed in the s from remeasured plot data contributed by many organizations in the Pacific Northwest.

Managed stand yield tables for coastal Douglas-fir: initial density and precommercial thinning. Managed stand yield tables for coastal Douglas-fir: initial density and precommercial thinning - supplementary operational yield tables (July ).

The Table Interpolation Program for Stand Yields (TIPSY) is a growth and yield program that provides electronic access to managed stand yield tables generated by TASS and SYLVER. TIPSY is currently used extensively by silviculturists, timber supply analysts, forest planners and forest managers in B.C.

Get this from a library. Gross yields for even-aged stands of Douglas-fir and white or grand fir, east of the cascades in Oregon and Washington.

[P H Cochran; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.); United States. Forest Service.]. Goudie () also compared lodgepole pine managed stand yield tables generated by TASS against data and a yield model from Sweden (Elfving, ).

He concluded that the appearance of higher productivity in Sweden, relative to B.C., is due largely to the absence of natural, unmanaged stands in Sweden, where lodgepole pine is an introduced exotic. Wood production was estimated using site-specific ‘experience tables’, the precursors for yield tables and growth models.

Experience tables were constructed on the basis of an assumed average or index stand, i.e. an individual stand that was supposed to reflect typical stand development.

and Bowling ), interior Douglas-fir, lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.), white spruce (Pica glauca (Moench) Voss) (Farnden ), red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.), and white pine (Pinus strobus L.) (Smith and Woods ).

This paper is an excerpt of a paper presented on density management diagrams at the Stand Density Management. This study showed how selected growth and yield simulations models compare in predicting the results of a set of prescriptions for planted stands of coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var.

menziesii [Mirb.] Franco). Estimates of growth rate, mean diameter, and yield were compared over a rotation for various sites. An economic analysis of the projected estimates was conducted with.

Excerpt from Yield, Stand and Volume Tables for Douglas Fir in California The growth of the species is shown by tables which state the yield of even-aged stands. Over a period of years. Age, timber productive quality of the area, and stand density are the most important growth determining factors of a : Francis X.

Schumacher. Table 29 is used for the basal area adjustment to volume growth. PICO: Tables of Myers, C. Yield Tables for Managed Stands of Lodgepole Pine in Colorado and Wyoming. USDA For. Ser. Res. Paper RM, 20p., Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

PIEN-ABLA: Edminster, C.B. Engelmann Spruce and Subalpine Fir Yield Tables. Yield tables for managed stands of coast Douglas-fir (U.S.D.A. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW). Forest fertilization: sustaining and improving nutrition and growth of western forests (Inst.

Weiskittel AR, Maguire DA, Monserud RA, Johnson GP () A hybrid model for intensively managed Douglas-fir plantations in the Pacific Northwest, USA.

Eur J For Res – Google Scholar Weiskittel AR, Hann DW, Kershaw JA, Vanclay JK () Forest growth and yield .Because no local Douglas-fir stocking or yield table was avail- able, we used yield tables for second-growth western white pine (Haig ), which occurred in parts of the study area.

We referred to Deitschman and Green () to relate heights of dominant Douglas- firs to white pine site index, from which we deter- mined normal stocking.