12 datasets found

Keywords: ACCESSIBLE FOREST WITHOUT SHRUB FOREST NFI3-NFI4 LANDSLIDE-MUDFLOW SILVAPROTECT

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  • Yield*

    Volume of stemwood with bark of all trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh cut between two inventories. *In the calculation no D7/tree height data were used. The values...
  • Yield

    Volume of stemwood with bark of all trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh that were felled between two inventories. The correction for bias with the sample Tarif trees may be...
  • Volume

    Volume of stemwood with bark of living trees and shrubs (standing and lying) starting at 12 cm dbh. This corresponds internationally to the "growing stock". The correction for...
  • Salvage logging*

    Volume of stemwood with bark of all trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh that were removed from the forest as a result of damage occurring (e.g. windthrow, avalanches,...
  • Salvage logging

    Volume of stemwood with bark of all trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh removed from the forest due to damage occurring (e.g. windthrow, avalanches, insects or rockfall),...
  • Number of forest plots

    Number of forest sample plots (Plots). Citation: Abegg, M.; Brändli, U.-B.; Cioldi, F.; Fischer, C.; Herold-Bonardi, A.; Huber M.; Keller, M.; Meile, R.; Rösler, E.; Speich,...
  • Net increment*

    Increment with ingrowth minus the mortality. *In the calculation no D7/tree height data were used. The values calculated like this have not been corrected for bias, but allow...
  • Net increment

    Increment including ingrowth minus the mortality. The correction for bias with the sample Tarif trees may be so drastic that it results in negative values with small numbers...
  • Increment*

    Increase in the volume of stemwood with bark of the surviving trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh between two inventories and the losses (modelled for the half period), plus...
  • Increment

    Increase in the volume of stemwood with bark of the trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh that have survived between two inventories and of the losses (modelled for the half...
  • Forest area

    The forest area is the total sum of all areas classified as forest according to NFI’s forest definition. The forest definition includes shrub forest. This theme is also used to...
  • Basal area

    Sum of the stem cross-section areas of all living trees and shrubs starting at 12 cm dbh (standing and lying) at a height of 1.3 m (dbh measurement height). Citation: Abegg,...
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