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Proceedings of the fourth annual Forest Inventory and Analysis symposium

Author(s):

Gregory A Reams
Paul C. Van Deusen
Chris J. Cieszewski
Chris J., eds. Cieszewski

Year:

2005

Publication type:

General Technical Report (GTR)

Primary Station(s):

Northern Research Station

Historical Station(s):

North Central Research Station

Source:

Proceedings of the fourth annual Forest Inventory and Analysis symposium; 2002 November 19-21; New Orleans, LA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-252. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. 257 p.

Description

Documents contributions to forest inventory in the areas of sampling, remote sensing, modeling, information management and analysis for the Forest Inventory and Analysis program of the USDA Forest Service.

General Constraints on Sampling Wildlife on FIA Plots
The Application of FIA-based Data to Wildlife Habitat Modeling: A Comparative Study
Nonnative Plants in the Inventory of Western Oregon Forests
Providing Confidence in Regional Maps in Predicting Where Nonnative Species are Invading the Forested Landscape
Measuring Tree Seedlings and Associated Understory Vegetation in Pennsylvania's Forests
Linking Soils and Down Woody Material Inventories for Cohesive Assessments of Ecosystem Carbon Pools
Clearcutting in the South: Issues, Status, and Trends
The Effect of Data Quality on Short-term Growth Model Projections
Partitioning the Uncertainty in Estimates of Mean Basal Area Obtained from 10-year Diameter Growth Model Predictions
Individual-tree Green Weight Equations for Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.) Sawtimber in the Coastal Plain of Arkansas
Self-referencing Taper Curves for Loblolly Pine
D.B.H. and Survival Analysis: A New Methodology for Assessing Forest Inventory Mortality
Analysis of Pooled FIA and Remote Sensing Data for Fiber Supply Assessment at the Warnell School of Forest Resources at the University of Georgia - Other Studies and Effective Information Dissemination
Rapid Classification of Landsat TM Imagery for Phase 1 Stratification Using the Automated NDVI Threshold Supervised Classification (ANTSC) Methodology
Quantifying Forest Ground Flora Biomass Using Close-range Remote Sensing
Measuring Forest Area Loss Over Time Using FIA Plots and Satellite Imagery
Spatially Locating FIA Plots from Pixel Values
Variable Selection Strategies for Small-area Estimation Using FIA Plots and Remotely Sensed Data
Distributing FIA Information onto Segmented Landsat Thematic Mapper Images Stratified with Industrial Ground Data
Assessing the Effects of Forest Fragmentation Using Satellite Imagery and Forest Inventory Data
Comparing Forest/Nonforest Classifications of Landsat TM Imagery for Stratifying FIA Estimates of Forest Land Area
Use of Semivariances for Studies of Landsat TM Image Textural Properties of Loblolly Pine Forests
Alternative Natural Resource Monitoring Strategies in the Mexican States of Jalisco and Colima
Coordination, Cooperation, and Collaboration between FIA and NRI
The Effects of Removing Condition Boundaries on FIA Estimates
Comparison of Imputation Procedures for Replacing Denied-access Plots
Strategies for Preserving Owner Privacy in the National Information Management System of the USDA Forest Service's Forest Inventory and Analysis Unit
COLE: A Web-based Tool for Interfacing with Forest Inventory Data
The Sensitivity of Derived Estimates to the Measurement Quality Objectives for Independent Variables
Modeling Missing Remeasurement Tree Heights in Forest Inventory Data
An Alternative View of Some FIA Sample Design and Analysis Issues
Sensitivity of FIA Volume Estimates to Changes in Stratum Weights and Number of Strata
Sensitivity Analysis of Down Woody Material Data Processing Routines
Simulating Silvicultural Treatments Using FIA Data
Spatial Information Needs on the Fishlake National Forest: Can FIA Help?
Predictive Mapping of Forest Attributes on the Fishlake National Forest
TIGER 2000 and FIA
Regression and Geostatistical Techniques: Considerations and Observations from Experiences in NE-FIA
Development and Validation of Spatially Explicit Habitat Models for Cavity-nesting Birds in Fishlake National Forest, Utah
Integrating Spatial Components into FIA Models of Forest Resources: Some Technical Aspects
Using FIA and GIS Data to Estimate Areas and Volumes of Potential Stream Management Zones and Road Beautifying Buffers

Citation

McRoberts, Ronald E.; Reams, Gregory A; Van Deusen, Paul C.; McWilliams, William H.; Cieszewski, Chris J., eds. 2005. Proceedings of the fourth annual Forest Inventory and Analysis symposium. Proceedings of the fourth annual Forest Inventory and Analysis symposium; 2002 November 19-21; New Orleans, LA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-252. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. 257 p.

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