Algebraic derivations of the components of stand volume and of its increment from tree volume components are discussed. The usefulness of these components in stand volume solutions and in sample plot analyses is pointed out.
Document Type: Journal Article
Research Officer, Department of Forestry, Forest Research Branch, Ontario District Office, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Publication date: November 1, 1964
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