3 edition of Tables and equations for estimating volumes of trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska found in the catalog.
Tables and equations for estimating volumes of trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska
Frederic R. Larson
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Statement||Frederic R. Larson and Kenneth C. Winterberger.|
|Series||Research note PNW -- 478.|
|Contributions||Winterberger, Kenneth C., Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Tables and Equations for. Estimating Volumes of Trees in. the Susitna River Basin, Alaska. Frederic R. Larson and Kenneth C. Winterberger. Abstract. Introduction. Scribner board-foot, merchantable cubic-foot, and total cubic-foot volume equations.
were derived from fall, buck, and scale data for trees at 78 locations in the. Susitna. Tables and Equations for Estimating Volumes of Trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska Frederic R. Larson and Kenneth C. Winterberger Abstract Introduction Scribner board-foot, merchantable cubic-foot, and total cubic-foot volume equations were derived from fall, buck, and scale data for trees at 78 locations in the Susitna River basin.
Get this from a library. Tables and equations for estimating volumes of trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska. [Frederic R Larson; Kenneth C Winterberger; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)]. International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska / Related Titles.
Series: Research note PNW ; RN By. Larson, Frederic R. (Frederic Roger), Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Type. Book. Volume Tables for Trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska Frederic R. Larson Abstract Introduction International 1/4-inch board-foot volume equations and tables were derived from fall, buck, and scale data for trees at 78,ocations in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska.
A set of predictive equations for estimating the 2- 5-,and year peak streamflows was developed for each streamflow analysis region from peak-streamflow magnitudes and physical and climatic basin characteristics.
Rainbow Trout from the Willow Creek, Alaska confluence with the Susitna River (DFC; km) between sexes and seasons, and distance traveled from previous season’s location (ISM; km). 45 Table Summary of model selection statistics for top seasonal resource selection models for Rainbow Trout from the Susitna River basin, Alaska (Akaike.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Equations are presented for estimating the twig, foliage, and combined biomass for 58 plant species in interior Alaska. The equations can be used for estimating biomass from percentage of the. The first book devoted exclusively to methodology for estimating species trees.
Estimating Species Trees provides a comprehensive treatment of the methods now available to estimate species-level evolutionary histories using data from multiple genes.
In addition to discussing the development of models that explicitly incorporate the links between gene and species trees, each method is described Manufacturer: Wiley-Blackwell.
Spatial Coverage: Kuparuk River Basin, North Slope, Alaska. ABoVE Site Designation: Domain: Core ABoVE region. State/territory: Alaska (Kuparuk River Basin) Grid cells: Ahh1Avv0. Spatial Resolution: The maps are provided at 5, 30, and m resolution; one map is provided in degrees (~15 m).
Temporal Coverage: to Temporal Resolution: One time. There are few white spruce trees in northern Alaska that reach a dbh of 18 in. (Table 1; Malone and Liang ).
In this study, the sample size of large trees is small, which accounts for a. Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project (FERC No. ) Fish Passage Barriers in the Middle and Upper Susitna River and Susitna Tributaries Study Plan Section Study Implementation Report Prepared for Alaska Energy Authority Prepared by R2 Resource Consultants, Inc.
The basin-characteristics equations had stand ard errors of estimate ranging from 35 to 97 percent. The channel-width equations had standard errors of estimate ranging from 36 to percent. The basin-characteristics equations were used to estimate monthly stream- flow characteristics at ungaged sites, and the channel-width equationsCited by: 4.
Among his more than twenty books on trees are the five-volume Atlas of United States Trees () and the popular Audubon Field Guide to North American Trees. Little was coauthor of the edition of the Pocket Guide to Alaska Trees and made several extended field trips to Alaska during the preparation of Alaska Trees and Shrubs.
River Basin Surveys Papers # on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: GPO. Yukon in this area are the Teslin River (average annual ﬂow of m3/s, or % of the average total ﬂow of the Yukon River), Pelly River ( m3/s, 6% of total ﬂow), White River ( m3/s, % of total ﬂow) and Stewart River ( m3/s, 7% of total ﬂow; Fig.
3; Table 1).The White River (drainage a km2, % of the total area of the Yukon River Basin) is one of only two large. in the Nelchina Basin, Alaska Howard Golden Todd Rinaldi Research Final Performance Report 1 July –30 June Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration W Study If using information from this report, please credit the author(s) and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Cubic-foot tree volume equations and tables for western juniper / International board-foot volume tables for trees in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska / View Metadata. - Maka, Jean E. - Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley, Calif.) - Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.).
The foreland basin succession (Brook-ian) lies north of the Brooks Range fold-and-thrust belt, and progrades north, onlapping the south flank of the Beaufort sill, which separates the Colville Basin from the Canada Basin in the Arctic Ocean. Stratig-raphy is part of the mi-long and.
tree equations for most variables and showed that equations for large trees tend to underestimate the structural characteristics of small trees. Whe n we applied new size-speciﬁc equations to forest survey data representing a chronosequence of forest development, estimates of small tree biomass increased 30–73% and estimate s of foliage.Effects of climate change on animal behavior and cascading ecosystem responses are rarely evaluated.
In coastal Alaska, social river otters (Lontra Canadensis), largely males, cooperatively forage on schooling fish and use latrine sites to communicate group associations and sely, solitary otters, mainly females, feed on intertidal-demersal fish and display mutual avoidance via Cited by: 5.invertebrates may be a useful tool in estimating secondary benthic production (Siler et al., ), and may hold promise for assessing the degree of disturbance or stream condition.
The purpose of this study was to (1) determine if benthic invertebrate communities in headwater streams differ according to ecoregion and logging history, (2) establish.