2 edition of generation of hypothetical forest stands for use in simulation studies found in the catalog.
generation of hypothetical forest stands for use in simulation studies
R. M. Newnham
by Canadian Forestry Service, Dept. of Fisheries and Forestry in Ottawa
Written in English
Summary in French.
|Statement||by R. M. Newnham and G. T. Maloley.|
|Series||Forest Management Institute. Information report FMR-X-26, Information report (Forest Management Institute (Canada)) ;, FMR-X-26|
|Contributions||Maloley, G. T., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SD381.5 .N48 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||73571490|
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After observing their milkweed-bug populations, students calculate the potential population growth at 2-month intervals for a year. They use a computer simulation to learn about population-limiting factors, and analyze the results of a laboratory study to determine the limiting effects of three abiotic factors. mize, timber production. By knowing forest growth and yield of a specific site, forest man- agers can build hypotheses for optimizing silvi- cultural manipulation of forest stands. Gap models are usually used to describe eco- logical patterns and processes of forest dynamics over a long period of time (i.e. forest .
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A mathematical model, programmed in Fortran IV for a Univac computer, is described, which generates hypothetical forest stands. Input consists of the spatial pattern of the points representing the trees and the mean and standard deviation of each tree variable (e.g.
d.b.h., total height, crown length) allocated to the points. For each point, the area of occupancy or polygon area is Cited by: 7. Simulation studies are computer experiments that involve creating data by pseudo‐random sampling. A key strength of simulation studies is the ability to understand the behavior of statistical methods because some “truth” (usually some parameter/s of interest) is known from the process of generating the by: The experiment involved four hypothetical forest landscapes.
These hypothetical landscapes allowed for a controlled experiment by avoiding the confounding effects of complex spatial land-use patterns typical of actual forests.
Each hypothetical forest landscape consists of hexagon-shaped stands of 20 by: A geospatial epidemiological model was simulated to estimate the spread of Ebola virus disease after a hypothetical outbreak in India.
Methods. It was a simulation study based on SEIR (Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Recovered) compartmental model. Simulation was done in Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Modeler (STEM).Author: Arkaprabha Sau.
Collaborative forest management —or community forestry—is a system where communities and governmental agencies work together to collectively develop a plan for managing natural resources, and each share responsibilities associated with the plan.
The idea of a community-driven forest management and planning process is not new. Brown () discussed the concept 80 years ago, and noted some. In North America, forest growth and yield prediction models began as simple estimates of standing vol-ume (Pinchot, ) and progressed to estimates using increment cores (Fenska and Lauderburn, ).
These studies and others led to stand table projection systems still in use as a basic form of empirical forest-growth modelling. Abstract.
In this simulation study we based two very different forest stand simulation models, TRAGIC and TREEDYN3, on the same biochemical description of photosynthesis at the leaf scale, thus eliminating one source of uncertainty in model structure. Here we develop a new simulation model to assess the global carbon content in forests and apply the model to study active annual carbon harvest years into the future.
Results The numerical experiments show that under a hypothetical scenario of globally sustainable forestry the world’s forests could provide a large carbon sink, about one.
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The treedyn3 forest simulation model is a process model of tree growth, carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a single-species, even-aged forest stand. It is based on the treedyn model.
Among-stand variation in the size of regenerating trees also decreased with forest development but remained substantial over the y simulation. The quadratic mean tree diameter (QMD) increased with stand development and ranged from to (mean: ) cm among stands 50 y postfire and from to (mean: ) cm y postfire for.
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Forest growth and yield models can be applied at the forest stand level to assess the impact of conversion on economic and ecological parameters and, supported by regionalisation algorithms, also. Disturbances can affect forest health and are important modulating factors of tree responses to environmental changes.
However, standard methods are needed to assess and elucidate the relative effects of disturbance legacies on forest health among species. Here, structural sustainability was used to evaluate and to compare the impacts of contrasting disturbances on the health of Quercus ilex.
book will contribute to the conservation and sustainable management of natural forests in the tropics and elsewhere. This is not a "How to do it" manual with step-by-step instructions to. The model of forest stand growth proposed in this study is based on R.
Solow’s model of economic growth. The variables introduced into the model are the “capital” (the phytomass of the non-synthesizing tree components in the stand—the stem, roots, and branches) and the “labor” (the phytomass of the photosynthesizing tree components in the stand—leaves or needles).
Remote sensing techniques were employed to identify broad scale forest stand and soil surface conditions. As part of this integrated study, these field‐based monitoring and remote sensing techniques provide information for modelling runoff generation and developing adaptive management schemes with respect to catchment‐scale water resources.
Recent developments in techniques for modeling animal occupancy and detection probability (summarized in Vojta ) coupled with existing methods of echolocation detection present an opportunity for the study of bat distribution and habitat tional capture methods (e.g., mistnetting) and direct surveillance, although widely used to sample bats, are time- and labor-intensive.
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