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Long-term data from silvicultural studies: interpreting and assessing old records for economic insightsAuthor(s): Paul E. Sendak; Robert M. Frank; William B. Leak
Source: In: Irland, Lloyd C.; Camp, Ann E.; Brissette, John C.; and Donohew, Zachary R., eds. Long-term Silvicultural & Ecological Studies: Results for Science and Management. New Haven, CT: Yale University: 203-207
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionLong-term silvicultural studies on the Penobscot Experimental Forest in Maine and Bartlett Experimental Forest in New Hampshire offer opportunities for the patient financial analyst. The economist working with carefully collected growth and yield data can increase the value of these studies to other researchers and ultimately to forest managers. Issues related to data transparency and availability from long-term studies established decades ago are discussed.
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CitationSendak, Paul E.; Frank, Robert M.; Leak, William B. 2006. Long-term data from silvicultural studies: interpreting and assessing old records for economic insights. In: Irland, Lloyd C.; Camp, Ann E.; Brissette, John C.; and Donohew, Zachary R., eds. Long-term Silvicultural & Ecological Studies: Results for Science and Management. New Haven, CT: Yale University: 203-207
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