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Managing data from remeasured plots

John C Byrne

Managing data from remeasured plots

an evaluation of existing systems

by John C Byrne

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, UT (324 25th Street, Ogden 84401) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- United States -- Data processing,
  • Forest management -- United States -- Databases,
  • Database management

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn C. Byrne, Michael D. Sweet
    SeriesResearch paper INT -- 451
    ContributionsSweet, Michael D, Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p. :
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13613945M

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comment. Managing data from remeasured plots: an evaluation of existing systems / Van Hooser, Dwane D. - Van Pelt, Nicholas. - Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah) - Utah State University. Dept. of Forest Resources. A standardized data structure for describing and exchanging data from remeasured growth and yield plots / View Metadata.

In more recent years, it has incorporated data from Protected Natural Area (PNA) surveys and from new and remeasured plots in a range of ecosystems collected by staff of, among others, the. Goals / Objectives The overall objective of this project is to adopt and adapt existing models to develop a system of forest growth and yield models capable of accounting for the effects of management activities and changing environmental conditions on the growth and yield of Virginias forests.

In addition to providing detailed output on trees and stands that can be used to prescribe. The first mean, Y ¯ ^ 12, is formed by updating the time 1 mean using the simple linear regression between time 1 and 2 on the remeasured plots.

This regression, in effect, updates the values of the sample plots that are not remeasured (Y 1−). A second mean is Cited by: 6. Implementing REDD+ renders the development of a measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) system necessary to monitor carbon stock changes.

MRV systems generally apply a combination of remote sensing techniques and in-situ field assessments. In-situ assessments can be based on 1) permanent plots, which are assessed on all successive occasions, 2) temporary plots, Cited by: 6.

Managing Pinus elliotii forests for timber production and/or carbon sequestration is a common management objective, but can negatively affect water yield due to high losses from evapotranspiration.

Thus, understanding the trade-offs and potential synergies among multiple ecosystem goods services, as well as the drivers influencing these interactions, can help identify effective forest Cited by: The study was conducted in the forests of southwest Oregon State, USA, a region of diverse forest types, disturbances, and landowner management objectives.

Plot data consisted of NFI plots with remeasured individual tree data over a mean interval (time 1 to time 2) of : Andrew N. Gray, Warren B. Cohen, Zhiqiang Yang, Eric Pfaff. Is there some statistical procedure to compare mortality and recruitment in forest plots remeasured with different periods of time.

I would like to calculate under-5 mortality from data from a. The plots were randomly arranged on the study area so that no bias would occur wh~n thinning results were analyzed, hence the re su lts would be unbia sed for a rea a nd would be representative what might be expected elsewhere under similar co nditi o ns.

The plots were remeasured every 5 : Orris D. McCauley, David P. Worley. Repeated inventory data can thus help to reveal what in reality is happening in the forest and can be used to document current management practices in all its variety across species, owners and countries.

We gathered a large set of repeated measurements on individual trees from permanent NFI plots, from 13 regions covering 9 European by: 6. The most likely data set would be a forest inventory. Sometimes US Forest Service or State data collection efforts will cover these private lands, but only at a very broad scale.

FIA (Forest Inventory and Analysis) data plots have been established to quantify private. The MB-System ™ Cookbook provides detailed examples regarding the processing of swath mapping data using the MB-System ™ open-source software package. Step-by-step instructions, explanations, code (scripts), data files and processed results are provided for each example.

The examples use real data files, with typical data irregularities. The permanent sample plots are arranged as follows in two series: A series to show the results of thinnings; consisting of main plots num­ bered,and ranging in size from to acres and reproduction plots A, A,and A, each one square rod in area.

A series to show the results of reproducing white pine under. est plots that are remeasured every decade. his provides an t unbiased database of vegetation across wide ranges of physio - graphic and ownership conditions (Figure ). A Natural Experiment California’s timberlands have been shaped by a long and varied history of anthropogenic and natural influences.

Pri. These data consist of individual tree attributes with measurements repeated at the plot level. Most plots are established during a common year and remeasured periodically in subsequent years. This type of forest monitoring practice results in several observations coming from same tree, plot and measurement by: Permanent sample plots have become the main source of information for estimating models which quantify the dynamic processes of a forest.

Fitted models allow for projecting inventories, used to determine timber production and many forest management decisions. The quality of these models is largely dependent on the quality of the information provided by the permanent sample plots. However. The plots were remeasured in and again in by representatives of the United States Forest Service.

After the measurement the plots were turned over to the Yale School of Forestry. In the plots were remeasured for the third time, three additional plots were established and six of the original plots were by: 4.

Bickford CA () A test of continuous inventory for national forest management based upon aerial photographs, double sampling and remeasured plots. Proc Cited by: 3. Interim estimates of change will be based on remeasured plots and plots that are updated, through disturbance mapping or growth projection, to reflect change.

Tools and protocols required for the ongoing measurement and delivery of the NFI have been defined and required elements are in place to allow the operational trial to begin in