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    The first annual inventory of the Hoosier National Forest reports more than 200,000 forest land acres dominated by oaks, maples, and hickories with annual growth exceeding annual mortality by a factor of seven. When compared to forests in the rest of Indiana, the Hoosier's forests are on average older, have greater biomass per acre, and possess a greater proportion of larger trees. This report provides the public with a set of forest statistics that may be used in the Hoosier's land management decisionmaking process.

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    Woodall, Christoper W.; Perez, Judith A.; Thake, Thomas R. 2007. Forest resources of the Hoosier National Forest, 2005. Resource Bulletin NRS-18. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 56 p.


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