2010 Presentations

Individual presentations are no longer posted online but can be obtained by contacting David Affleck.

Revisiting Tree Biomass Equations for the Inland Northwest -- Part II
David Affleck, Professor of Forest Mensuration & Biometrics, & Brian Turnquist, Graduate Research Assistant, College of Forestry & Conservation, University of Montana

Progress on the Biomass Estimator Library
Andrew Sanchez Meador, Forest Biometrician USFS Forest Management Service Center, Fort Collins, CO

A Crown-based Forest Inventory from Remotely Sensed Data
Mark Hanus, Forest Biometrician, GeoDigital International Inc.

Estimating Biomass from Lidar-derived Tree Stems
Eric Rowell, Remote Sensing Analyst, National Center for Landscape Fire Analysis, College of Forestry & Conservation, The University of Montana

Using Multi-temporal Lidar to Quantify Biomass Change
Andy Hudak, Research Forester, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Stn, Moscow, ID

Optimal Tree Bucking: A New Tool
Ellen Voth, Biometrician, Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc., Portland, OR

Climate - FVS (Forest Vegetation Simulator)
Nick Crookston, Research Analyst, USFS Rocky Mtn Research Stn, Moscow, ID

Effects of Competing Understory Vegetation and Overstory Retention on Sapling Growth Rates
John Goodburn, INGY Director and Professor of Silviculture, College of Forestry & Conservation, The University of Montana