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Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of northwestern Ontario

Bijan Payandeh

Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of northwestern Ontario

by Bijan Payandeh

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Published by Great Lakes Forestry Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Ontario -- Mensuration.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementB. Payandeh and J.E. Field.
    SeriesInformation report / Great Lakes Forestry Centre -- O-X-375., Information report (Great Lakes Forestry Centre) -- O-X-375.
    ContributionsField, James E., Great Lakes Forestry Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7, [9] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17993501M
    ISBN 100662146611
    LC Control Number86071283

    Get this from a library! Growth, development, and yield of mixed-wood stands in Alberta following partial cutting of white spruce. [Imre E Bella; J Gál; Northern Forestry Centre (Canada)] -- "In and , permanent sample plots were established at 16 locations in mixed stands of white spruce (Picea glauca [Moench] Voss) and trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), which had. Bijan Payandeh has written: 'Preliminary yield functions and tables for peatland black spruce in Ontario' -- subject(s): Black spruce 'Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of.

    Forest Management Unit L1. This strategy incorporates mixedwood management, combined mixedwood landbase, a well developed operational harvest sequence and a high degree of operator integration. The proposed Annual Allowable Cut (AAC) for FMU L1 (non-J) and L1J is presented in Table 1. Table 1. L1 and L1J AAC (m3/yr @ 15/10 utilization) (proposed). Individual-tree basal area increment (BAI) models were developed for major tree species in the boreal forest of Ontario, Canada. A composite distance-independent individual-tree BAI model was structured based on the log-linearized gamma base function using a dataset derived from a network of ∼ permanent growth plots.

      Abstract. We studied late-entry commercial thinning effects on growth, yield, and regeneration in a year-old jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) d thinning intensities w 32, and 47% of merchantable basal area (BA) excluding skidding trails. The present study is a retrospective analysis of white-cedar growth in partially harvested mixedwood stands of western Quebec, Canada. Eight stands distributed across two regions were analyzed. Dendrochronological approaches examined long-term diameter growth for sample white-cedar trees and stems of associated species.


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Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of northwestern Ontario by Bijan Payandeh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of northwestern ontario b. payandeh and j.e. field great lakes forestry centre canadian forestry service government of canada information report o-x.

Bibliography of reports produced under the Assessment Program of the Canada-Ontario Forest Management Subsidiary Agreement, Comparative evaluation of seven site preparation tools in a residual poplar mixedwood stand in Saskatchewan. O-X Leblanc Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of northwestern Ontario.

O-X. Preliminary yield functions and tables for spruce-fir stands of northwestern Ontario. O-X Payandeh, B. Year: Catalog ID: Available from: Great Lakes Forestry Centre CFS Availability: PDF (download) Yield functions and tables for mixedwood stands of northwestern Ontario. O-X Payandeh, B.; Field, J.E.

This value falls between our estimates for downed CWD in pure aspen stands ( m 3 /ha) and mixedwood stands ( m 3 /ha). Our estimate for spruce stands ( m 3 /ha) is one of the smallest reported values for CWD in temperate North America (reviewed in Harmon et al., ), but is similar to that found for spruce stands in northern Cited by: Stand age structure of conifer stands changed from bimo-dal, bimodal, reverse-J, and bimodal, respective-ly, through the stages of stand development.

Mixedwood and hardwood stands. Payandeh, B. Preliminary yield functions and tables for spruce-fir stands of northwestern Ontario.

Government of Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Information Report O-X Google Scholar. A measure of utilized site productivity, 'basal area index' was recently developed and used to construct variable stocking yield functions and tables for the boreal mixedwood of northcentral Ontario.

Data synthesis and analysis. The ranges in individual tree (i.e., height, dbh, age base: years to breast height) and stand-level (i.e., stand age, species composition, stand density, GTV) measurements, by stand origin and species, are given in Table should be noted that the plantation data only extended to age 64 for jack pine and 57 for black spruce, so our discussion of growth and.

approaches into five categories: 1) traditional yield table methodology, 2) differential or difference equations, 3) stochastic processes, 4) distributional methods, and 5) individual tree simulation models.

The stand table projection approach developed here falls in the second category. Several of the major papers in this area are discussed. The Mixedwood Growth Model (MGM) is a distance-independent, individual tree based stand growth model.

It was created to help forest managers and decision makers develop yield tables and yield curves needed for management planning [29,30]. In Ontario, yield tables for forest management planning have remained relatively unchanged since initial work in the s that was based on a limited number of temporary sample plots.

Variable stocking yield functions for the boreal mixedwood in Ontario. yield tables formulated. Payandeh, B.; Wang, Y. Year: Catalog ID: Available from: Great Lakes Forestry Centre CFS Availability: PDF (request by e-mail) Mark record.

View full record. Tree species in relation to soil moisture regime in northwestern Ontario. In boreal mixedwood stands dominated by trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides), forest tent caterpillar (Malacosoma disstria, FTC) outbreaks are recurrent events whose effects on stand dynamics are.

In conclusion, the strip-cutting treatment resulted in a well-mixed stand of aspen and spruce—a desired outcome for mixedwood management in aspen–spruce stands.

To optimize stand yield, careful attention to buffer management, strip width and. About 72% of the burnt area was a year-old mixedwood stand and the rest was part of a year-old red pine stand.

Lakehead University signed a contract with AbitibiBowater Inc., to harvest the burnt year-old mixedwood stand (about ha) and utilize the crushed forest residue as fuel for steam and electricity generation at its Thunder.

Organic and nutrient removals associated with harvesting northern Ontario boreal mixedwood stands. In: Smith CR, Crook GW, compilers. equipment in northwestern Ontario. yield-data and a. NMV in broadleaved stands was higher in the stand initialization than followed by mixedwood and coniferous stands, and mixedwood stands generated significantly more NMV (%) than coniferous stands.

We applied different wood fibre recovery factors for broadleaved and coniferous species that converted GTV to NMV (Ride, ), which explained. A study was established between and to study the long-term responses of balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.) and red spruce (Picea rubens Sarg.) to precommercial nominal spacings of 4 ft ( m), 6 ft ( m), and 8 ft ( m) were compared with an unthinned control in a randomized complete block design with five replicates.

Study area. The study was conducted in the boreal forest of the Lake Nipigon region ( ∘ N and ∘ W), Ontario, Canada, approximately km north of Thunder Bay. A series of circular (10 m radius) chronosequence plots were established in the post-harvest (full-tree harvest) and post-fire stands in the study area.

Three plots were set up in each of three cutblocks (in separate. The study site is an upland mid-successional boreal mixedwood stand southeast of Cochrane, Ontario (48°47′N, 80°15′W). Prior to harvesting, the overstory was dominated by year-old trembling aspen and white birch (Betula papyrifera Marsh.), with a 20 per cent component of co-dominant conifers, including jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.

The objective of this study was to develop an enhanced modular-based structural stand density management model (SSDMM) and associated algorithmic analogue for upland black spruce (Picea mariana (Mill) BSP.) stand-types situated within the central portion of the Canadian Boreal Forest a given density management regime, site quality, rotation age, stock-type, cost structure .Stand Summary Example 1.

Stand Summary Example 2. The following table defines the tree and stand characteristics. Note that settings from the Options and Establish events may affect the values observed in the Stand worksheet. Among others this includes species utilization, merchantability and volume loss.The impact of the manipulation of plantation stocking density on individual tree size can affect final harvest costs and machine productivity.

This paper investigated the impact of four early-age thinning treatments applied to a Eucalyptus globulus Labill. pulplog plantation in south-west Western Australia on economic profitability and harvester productivity.