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Estimation and applications of size-based distributions in forestryAuthor(s): Jeffrey H. Gove
Source: In: Reality, models and parameter estimation--the forestry scenario; 2002 June 2-5; Sesimbra, Portugal. [Place of publication unknown]: CABI: 201-212.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionSize-based distributions arise in several contexts in forestry and ecology. Simple power relationships (e.g., basal area and diameter at breast height) between variables are one such area of interest arising from a modeling perspective. Another, probability proportional to size sampline (PPS), is found in the most widely used methods for sampling standing or dead and downed material in the forest.
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CitationGove, Jeffrey H. 2003. Estimation and applications of size-based distributions in forestry. In: Reality, models and parameter estimation--the forestry scenario; 2002 June 2-5; Sesimbra, Portugal. [Place of publication unknown]: CABI: 201-212.
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