Patrick’s interest in growth / yield models and timber inventory started in college.
Photos from FBRI Graduate Fellow Patrick Whalen’s field studies.
2019 and 2020 updates include incorporating the services available through satellite technology. On the user side, FPS is now working with additional database systems, such as Microsoft SQL Server Express.
Halli Hemingway Halli compared traditional height-age modeled growth rates to observed growth rates in Northern Idaho. The modeled growth rates consistently underpredicted height growth. Halli explored the accuracy of productivity predictions using 10-meter site index and a nonparametric approach. One method accurately predicted 100% of test sites and was chosen …
Click here to download FPS Version 7.57. Click here to view Annoucement Letter of FPS Version 7.57 (PDF). All downloaded FPS versions open in demo mode with FPS operating at approximately 80% functionality. A member activation key is needed for full functionality. Microsoft Access is needed to operate FPS. …
As a working forester, researcher and educator for over fifty years, there are a number of trends which are occurring in plain sight, but appear to be hidden from view.
FBRI Board at the 2018 FBRI Annual Meeting
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FBRI Supporting Organizations The following organizations are supporters of the Forest Biometrics Research Institute. Collectively, these organizations actively manage more than 12 million acres. Supporting Organizations: Abacus Enterprises Inc. American Forest Management, Inc. BIA – Midwest Regional Office BIA – Pacific Northwest Regional Office Barnes and Associates Bennett Lumber Products …
Forest Mensuration in the 1970’s.