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2 edition of **Cubic-foot tree volume equations and tables for western juniper** found in the catalog.

Cubic-foot tree volume equations and tables for western juniper

Judith M. Chittester

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Published
**1984**
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in Portland, Or
.

Written in English

- Trees -- Northwestern States -- Inventories.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Judith M. Chittester and Colin D. MacLean. |

Series | Research note PNW -- 420. |

Contributions | MacLean, Colin D., Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 8 p. : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15327274M |

The writer of an article on timber, in the ' Encyclopedie Methodique,' states that the weight of a cubic foot of green oak varies from to 66 lbs.; of a cubic foot of seasoned oak, from to 58 lbs.; and a cubic foot of very dry oak, from to lbs.†The timber of very old trees is often much lighter than this. The author has tried specimens from old trees that did not exceed Diameter of a tree, measured by use of a D-tape and a pair of calipers, was and inches respectively. The most popular formula for computing cubic foot volume is. Smalians. What are the measurements for board foot volume? A xylometer measures the volume of a tree by submerging it in water and measuring the water displacement.

(please round to the nearest cubic foot) cubic feet A tree in the data set measures 79 feet tall, has a diameter of inches, and is cubic feet in volume. Determine whether the model gives an overestimate or underestimate of the volume of this tree. Design a program that prompts the user for a refrigerator model name and the interior height, width, and depth in inches. Calculate the refrigerator capacity in cubic feet by first multiplying the height, width, and depth to get cubic inches, and then dividing by (the number of cubic inches in a cubic foot)%(5).

Utilizing Municipal Trees -- Ideas from Across the Country (Cal Poly) to produce three publications on the topics of sustainability in urban forestry, urban tree volume equations for urban hardwoods, and urban wood utilization. The last publication is a page document providing detailed information on the size, use, and potential of. Conversions and Metric Equivalents 1 cubic foot of softwoods = green tons 1 cubic foot of hardwoods = green tons 1 green ton of softwoods = million b.t.u. 1 green ton of hardwoods = million b.t.u. 1 green ton = dry tons 1 inch = centimeters 1 cubic foot = cubic meters 1 ton = 2, pounds 1 ton =

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Board-Foot and-Cubic-Foot Volume Tables for Western Redcedar in Southeast Alaska Donald J. DeMars Four tables give cubic-foot and board-foot volume estimates for western redcedar given breast height diameter outside bark (DBHOB) and either total tree height or number of logs to a 6-inch top.

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The total volume ib is first computed Table 3. Coefficients for estimating the ratio of merchantable cubic-foot volume to total cubic- foot volume, outside and inside bark, for Ioblolly pines from different sources.

Coefficients 1 Source b• b2 b3 Plantation-grown trees Outside bark Tree volume is one of many parameters that are measured to document the size of individual trees. Tree volume measurements serve a variety of purposes, some economic, some scientific, and some for sporting competitions.

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Cubic-foot tree volume equations and tables for western juniper / Lewis, Robert E., - Maser, Chris. - Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.). - Maka, Jean E. - Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley, Calif.) - Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.

You can use our volume calculator to find the volume of wood if you like. Since you want the volume in cubic feet, we first convert the measurements to feet: pole length = 20 feet circumference = 60 inches = 60/12 feet = 5 feet.

The volume of wood is the length of the pole times the cross-sectional area. Variables that we can't add, such as individual tree form, will always be a factor in determining volume.

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The PAI of either board-foot or cubic-foot volumes can be calculated for any time period, but 5 or 10 year periods are most common. Calculate PAI by dividing the total volume per acre for .such available volume tables as Vimmerstedt () are not suitable for the determination of the volume of young white pine because (1) initial tree sizes in the tables are either too large and/or (2) the equations.