log volume

log volume

[′läg ¦väl·yəm]
(forestry)
The cubic volume of a log computed inside the bark as determined by any of several formulas; parameters are the cross-sectional areas of log midpoint, large end and small end of log, and log length.
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Although not defined in the report, it is assumed that the authors were using a method that estimated defect volume as a percentage of gross log volume similar to the methods published later by Grosenbaugh (1952).
patula compartment were destructively sampled for log volume determination.
Understory fallen log volume was estimated in [dm.sup.3]; all other understory variables were measured as percent cover.
Although their methodology is well explained, their work solely relied on the 1999 recovery rates (i.e., volume of a particular timber product as a percentage of the log volume needed to manufacture it) and the distribution of the end products to domestic and export markets used by Birikorang et al.
Tree stem and log volume estimations are some of the main goals in forest measurements.
Farmers involved with the sustainable teak program, however, are taught how to measure log volume, and so are able to sell their logs directly to processors on a volume basis.
The lowest-priced package is designed for managing up to 15 GB daily log volume, stored for greater than 25 months in a solution managing 11.3 TB of compressed raw event data leveraging Centera.
Volume Filler Thickness Resistance Resistivity Log Volume No.
In most years, the log volume shipped across the Pacific exceeded three billion board-feet.
As previously discussed, a variety of scale and grade defects can impact log volume and value.