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Compatible estimators of the components of change for a rotating panel forest inventory designAuthor(s): Francis A. Roesch
Source: Forest Science, Vol. 53(1): 50-62
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis article presents two approaches for estimating the components of forest change utilizing data from a rotating panel sample design. One approach uses a variant of the exponentially weighted moving average estimator and the other approach uses mixed estimation. Three general transition models were each combined with a single compatibility model for the mixed estimation approach. The four resulting estimation systems are compared and contrasted in a sample simulation study covering four simulated populations.
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CitationRoesch, Francis A. 2007. Compatible estimators of the components of change for a rotating panel forest inventory design. Forest Science, Vol. 53(1): 50-62
Keywordssampling, simulation, estimating, mortality, harvest
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