International Journal of Forestry Research / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Large-Scale Forest Modeling: Deducing Stand Density from Inventory Data

Table 2

Species-specific parameters and growth submodel fitting statistics.

Species Wood density (Mg m−3) net increment gross increment

Picea  abies 0.008164−0.450.230.380.770.30
Larix sp. * 0.009154−0.290.300.390.690.77
Pseudotsuga  menziesii 0.013739−0.260.300.40.870.46
Abies sp. * 0.009154−0.410.230.390.630.26
Pinus sylvetris, Pinus nigra 0.009264−0.330.300.430.930.82
Pinus  pinaster 0.0164−0.340.300.430.710.43
Populus sp. * 0.022722−0.370.300.40.890.70
Quercus sp. * 0.007974−0.380.450.570.850.59
Fagus  sylvatica 0.007769−0.240.500.560.520.66
Betula sp. * 0.010953−0.240.300.580.650.75

*based on more than one species of the same genus, species listed in [23].
Description of parameters and units in Table 1.

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