A classification of timber inventory that includes live trees of commercial species meeting specified standards of quality or vigor. Cull trees are excluded. When associated with volume, includes only trees 5.0 inches and larger.
the volume of sound wood in cubic feet (ft) in trees that are at least 5.0 inches (in.) in diameter at breast height (d.b.h.), from a 1-ft stump to a minimum 4.0 ft in top diameter (outside bark) of the central stem or to the point where the central stem breaks into limbs.
Volume of stemwood in a given area of forest, usually measured in solid cubic metres (with bark)
A classification of timber inventory that includes live trees of commercial species meeting specified standards of quality and vigor. When associated with volume, includes only trees 5.0 inches in diameter breast-height (DBH) and larger.
trees capable of producing at least one 12 foot sawlog now or in the future.
the sum of all trees in a forest or specified part of it.
The sum (by number or volume) of all the tree growing in the forest or a specified part of it ( BCFT). Cf. Crop,forest.
all the trees growing in a forest or in a specified part of it, usually commercial species, meeting specified standards of size, quality, and vigor, and generally expressed in terms of number or volume - - Habitat: the place, natural or otherwise, (including climate, food, cover, and water) where an animal, plant, or population naturally or normally lives and develops
A measure of the trees on an area that are of suitable species and condition to be sold for or to grow into commercial timber products. Also see “Merchantable timber” and “Timber.