Procedures for Analyzing Small Woodlands
Abstract:Management plans for small woodland require the same basis of technical information as do longer range and more elaborate plans for larger holdings. The time required to secure this information must, however, be in proportion to the size, present and future value of the woodland. The development of the procedures described in this article, in Region Nine of the U.S. Forest Service, has contributed greatly to the work of foresters concerned with small woodlands.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Cooperative Forest Management, Region Nine, U.S.F.S., Milwaukee, Wisc.
Publication date: 1953-04-01
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