Explores the relationships between forest management activities and timber quality. Sessions were organized to explore models and simulation methodologies that contribute to an understanding of tree development over time and the ways that management and harvesting activities can influence the quality of timber products recovered from those trees. Five keynote addresses, 29 plenary presentations, and 16 poster presentations covered the full breadth of forest growth and timber quality issues related to forest management. These proceedings comprise 19 papers based on presentations and posters, plus 28 abstracts for presentations. Also includes abstracts and slides from the presentations prepared by three keynote speakers. Illustrations.Using. Wood. Property. Models. and. Harvester. Measurements. John D. Arlinger, Lennart Moberg, Johan J. MApller, ... Forest growth and timber quality: Crown models and simulation methods for sustainable forest management. Proceedings of an international conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-791. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. p.
|Title||:||Forest Growth and Timber Quality: Crown Models and Simulation Methods for Sustainable Forest Management|
|Author||:||Dennis P. Dykstra|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2010-10|