The Relation of Crown Diameter to Cubic Volume of One-Seed Juniper
One-seed juniper in the southwestern United States characteristically is many stemmed. For this reason, it is often impractical to determine the volume of such trees by means of the ordinary d.b.h. measurement. A statistical study of the volume of 124 one-seed juniper trees indicates that crown width and diameter at one foot appeared to he the most important combination of variables to be used in the compilation of volume tables for this tree.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Publication date: 1937-09-01
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