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Fourth Edition. By Bertram Husch, Thomas W. Beers, and John A. Kershaw, Jr. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003. Provides new, complete coverage of current measurement practices and technological applications that expand the role of forest mensuration to include monitoring forest resources. This integrated approach takes into account all the resources of a forest, including such nontimber vegetation parameters as regeneration, lesser vegetation, woody detritus, and carbon. Also includes applications of personal computers, GPS, GIS, key concepts of tree-stand parameters and principles, fundamental concepts of sampling methods, and English and metric units. Appendix and references. Hardcover. 442 Pages.
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