forest measurement

forest measurement

[¦fär·əst ′mezh·ər·mənt]
(forestry)
The branch of forestry concerned with the measurement of standing trees, cut roundwood, and lumber products.
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Tradeoffs between Lidar pulse density and forest measurement accuracy.
The classical theory of tree stem form has a significant position in the forest measurement literature.
The generally accepted sectional methods for volume estimation of tree stem segments in the forest measurement literature are the Huber, Smalian, and Newton methods.
Steve Holmes, president of the board of The Village School, is the owner of Biometrics Forestry Services LLC, a Eugene business specializing in technical forest measurement.
Complementing the needs of UOE, the 2011-2012 HEI-ICI project provided a server to host online and distance learning (ODL) courses, as well as projectors, laptops, and forest measurement equipment such as clinometers.
These activities included the updating of the course on forest measurement with new contents (e.
He teaches forest planning, forest measurements, and aerial photogrammetry, and conducts research in applied forest management with particular emphasis on harvest scheduling, precision forestry, and geospatial technologies.
edu); Associate Professor, Forest Measurements, College of Natural Resources, Univ.
Students enrolled in the program will participate in a variety of learning experiences related to land and forest measurements, growth processes of timber stands, tree identification, timber and forest product harvesting, timber stand management and protection, and forest products utilization.
of Arkansas--Monticello, Monticello, AR; Associate Professor, Forest Measurements and Inventory, College of Natural Resources, Univ.
Eugene Avery, this book has become the standard forest measurements text throughout North America.
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