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FIA Biosum: Applying a multiscale evaluation tool in southwest Oregon.Author(s): Jeremy S. Fried; R. (Jamie) Barbour; Roger Fight
Source: Journal of Forestry. 101(2):p. 8(1).
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionThe BioSum modeling framework estimates biomass availability, financial returns, and fuel treatment efficacy associated with silvicultural prescriptions.
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CitationFried, Jeremy S.; Barbour, R. (Jamie); Fight, Roger. 2003. FIA Biosum: Applying a multiscale evaluation tool in southwest Oregon. Journal of Forestry. 101(2):p. 8(1).
Keywordsinventory, fire, fuel reduction, environmental management, forest, forest management, forest resources, forestry, forestry research, forestry science, natural resources, natural resource management.
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