Definitions for "Cover type"
Classification given to the type of vegetation growing on a particular site (e.g., northern hardwood, pine, maple-basswood).
(forest cover type) Stands of a particular vegetation type that are composed of similar species. In the Umpqua, we often have a Hemlock or white fir cover type.
Expressed as the tree species having the greatest presence (i.e., in terms of volume for older stands or number of trees for younger stands) in a forest stand.
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a parcel of land (or water) that has similar physical, chemical and biological characteristics contained within its borders