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Cubic-Foot Volume Tables for Shortleaf Pine in the Virginia-Carolina PiedmontAuthor(s): Glenn P. Haney; Paul P. Kormanik
Source: USDA Forest Service, Research Notes No. 170, February 1962
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionAvailable volume tables for shortleaf pine are based on merchantable height and do not show volumes to the small top diameter limits now used in many areas. Volume tables based on total height are also often preferred because they eliminate the error associated with ocular estimates of merchantable height. The table presented here for natural shortleaf pine is based on total tree height and gives volume estimates for the commonly used 4- and 3-inch d.i.b. tops (table 1).
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CitationHaney, Glenn P.; Kormanik, Paul P. 1962. Cubic-Foot Volume Tables for Shortleaf Pine in the Virginia-Carolina Piedmont. USDA Forest Service, Research Notes No. 170, February 1962
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