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Comments on the General Application of Gehrhardt's Formula for Approach Toward Normality

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Abstract:

The impetus which has been given to forest surveys, local and national, during recent years has brought into the limelight many mensuration problems connected with the timber inventory. Of these problems, one, in particular, has long been the concern of those interested in forest measurement: how should normal-yield tables be used to predict the growth of abnormally stocked stands? It has been recognized that under-stocked stands, through relatively faster growth, tend to approach the fully stocked, or normal, condition; but the dearth of information on the magnitude of this approach has led to much uncertainty in the application of normal-yield tables to the run of growth problems. This paper discusses a method widely employed in Europe for allowing for approach toward normality--showing that this method may well be applicable to American conditions, and paving the way toward greater usefulness of our normal-yield tables.

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Lake States Forest Experiment Station

Publication date: 1938-06-01

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