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Growth and yield models in Spain: historical overview, contemporary examples and perspectives

Abstract : In this paper we present a review of forest models developed in Spain in recent years for both timber and non timber production and forest dynamics (regeneration, mortality,..). Models developed are whole stand, size (diameter) class and individual-tree. The models developed to date have been developed using data from permanent plots, experimental sites and the National Forest Inventory. In this paper we show the different sub-models developed so far and the friendly use software. Main perspectives of forest modelling in Spain are presented.
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Felipe Bravo, M. del Río, M. Barrio, José-Antonio Bonet, A. Bravo-Oviedo, et al.. Growth and yield models in Spain: historical overview, contemporary examples and perspectives. FOREST SYSTEMS, 2011, 20 (2), pp.315-328. ⟨hal-02649892⟩

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