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Probability proportional to size sampling of Douglas-fir from aerial photography

Roger Allan Rogers

Probability proportional to size sampling of Douglas-fir from aerial photography

by Roger Allan Rogers

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Measurement.,
  • Aerial photography in forestry.,
  • Photographic interpretation -- Computer programs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Roger Allan Rogers.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 47 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15075728M

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Three-pee (probability proportional to prediction) sarnpling was f irst described by L. Grosenba-ugh in 19 6 3. S ince ttrat tin-re, an d particularly in the last 3 or 4 ],ear s,Author: Gyde Lund. This article develops a selection protocol and design-unbiased estimators for a new probability proportional-to-volume sampling strategy, termed line intersect distance sampling (LIDS).

Master's thesis on file at Univ. Mich., Ann Arbor, John, Hugo H. Comparative precision levels in forest inventory esti- mating, using sampling with probability proportional to frequency and sampling with probability proportional to size.

The sampling method (Figure 1) was a modification of a Swedish line-transect survey. This sampling design may have initially come from Finland (Ilvessalo ). The line transects were 3 miles apart. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Abstract. In sampling, a part of a population is selected and used to obtain estimates of characteristics of that population. The current chapter gives an overview on sampling methods applied in the scope of.

A probability sampling design provides a good foundation for implementing small-area estimation methods to obtain the area proportions. Non-Probability Sampling Because non-probability. 4 Guest editor for special issue of Environmental and Ecological Statistics entitled “Special Issue on Statistical Methods and Techniques for Analyzing Spatial and Temporal-Spatial Data”,v, no The cover photo (Google ) provides an aerial view of a “working forest” as described and represented throughout this book.

This view invokes species complexity, age and size distributions. With this method, the probability that a unit gets into the sample (its inclusion probability) is proportional to the unit’s area (e.g., larger lakes have a higher probability of being sampled).

The. Tropical Forestry Volumes Already Published in this Series Sampling Methods, Remote Sensing and GIS Multiresource Forest Inventory Authors: Köhl, M., Magnussen, S., Marchetti M.ISBN:. In the first stage, a set of points is selected by using probability methods; the landscape within a hexagonal area (landscape sampling unit) centered on each of these grid points then will be.

D—Sampling soil, north-central Nevada. E—Aerial seeding. This book is intended to assist range managers throughout the Intermountain West (fig. The areas of greatest applicability • M = Grand fir—Douglas-fir forest section • M = Douglas-fir File Size: 4MB.

A model for predicting the sediment transport capacity of turbulent interrill flow on rough surfaces is developed from flume experiments with flow depths ranging from to mm, flow velocities. Rivers and streams have many of the same economic, recreational, and environmental values and uses as lakes.

However, the stresses associated with human use may have begun earlier on rivers. The search terms used to identify relevant articles were developed in an iterative process using the phraseology of the primary question, Boolean operators, and a list of synonyms for each term.

The. fir, Douglas-fir, and ponderosa pine and in seral stages by ponderosa pine burned about every 5 to 12 years (Weaver ). On cooler, moist sites such as the white fir-Douglas-fir I boxelder habitat type.

Darbysh.; 9 cm). Results suggest 2,4-D dislodge varies across sampling methods and turfgrass species. Overall, 2,4-D dislodged ranked hand wipe > modified California roller > soccer ball roll, while.

The effect of laminated (Phellinus) root rot in coastal second growth Douglas-fir ecosystems of southeastern Vancouver Island was investigated in ecosystems centered around growth and.

In this dissertation, a consistent, reasonably precise, verifiable system of stand structure classification was developed and demonstrated. The goal was to provide a foundation for better communication Cited by: 2.

By contrast, in point relascope sampling, a log is included in a sample with probability proportional to the log’s length-square, which tends to scale with the 1/2 power (or square root) of volume, so on .KEYWORDS: coalescent, GENETIC DRIFT, inbreeding effective size, LINKAGE DISEQUILIBRIUM, microsatellites, variance effective size Read Abstract + The effective population size (N e) provides .All bird masses (in grams) are derived from Dunning's () book of avian body masses; the mass for each species is the mean mass of reported male and female averages.

Between each consecutive species, the size .