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Forest InventoryAuthor(s): Charles T. Scott; Jeffrey H. Gove
Source: In: El-Shaaraw, A.H.; Piegorsch, W.W., eds. Encyclopedia of environmetrics, vol. 2. [Place of publication unknown]: Wiley and Sons: 814-820.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionForest inventory is an accounting of trees and their related characteristics of interest over a well-defined land area. It may be compared to census methods for human populations.
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CitationScott, Charles T.; Gove, Jeffrey H. 2002. Forest Inventory. In: El-Shaaraw, A.H.; Piegorsch, W.W., eds. Encyclopedia of environmetrics, vol. 2. [Place of publication unknown]: Wiley and Sons: 814-820.
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