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    This report provides a multiownership assessment of oak woodlands and other hardwood forests in California, excluding only reserved lands outside of national forests. Because sampling intensity on woodlands was doubled from the previous 1981-84 inventory, and because national forests were inventoried, this is the most complete assessment to date for California hardwoods. Tables provide estimates for hardwood forest type area, hardwood volume, biomass, numbers of trees, change in forest area, growth, harvest, and mortality. The dates of the inventories used in the assessment, 1991-94 for unreserved lands outside national forests and 1994-2000 for national forests, also allowed an assessment of pre-epidemic conditions for susceptible tree species and forests in a 12-county area affected by sudden oak death.

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    Waddell, K.L.; Barrett, T.M. 2005. Oak woodlands and other hardwood forests of California, 1990s. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 94 p


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