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The forest inventory and analysis program: what's in it for landowners?Author(s): Richard Harper
Source: Forest Landowner. July/August. 5-8.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionIn 1597, Sir Francis Bacon coined the phrase, "Knowledge is power." KnOwledge today often means knowing where to find reliable information from branded research sources. One such source that benefits forest landowners and the forest community is the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program.
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CitationHarper, Richard A. 2009. The forest inventory and analysis program: what's in it for landowners? Forest Landowner. July/August. 5-8.
KeywordsNWOS, data collection, TPO, tree regeneration, plot data
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