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Amabilis fir height-age and growth intercept models for British Columbia

Author(s) or contact(s): G.D. Nigh
Source: Forest Science Program
Subject: Growth and Yield
Series: Extension Note
Other details:  Published 2010. Hardcopy is available.


Amabilis fir is a common species on the coast of British Columbia. It is found mainly in the Coastal Western Hemlock (CWH) biogeoclimatic zone, from the southern-most parts of the CWH to as far north as Stewart, as well as in the Mountain Hemlock zone and, to a lesser extent, the northern wetter submaritime Interior Cedar-Hemlock zone (Meidinger and Pojar 1991; Klinka et al. 2000).

Funding for this project was provided by FIA-FSP.

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Updated February 25, 2010