The volume rate is presented in the form of a table. It gives, in essence, the gross commercial volume of a stem according to its diameter at breast height (DBH) and its height. These are local rates, that is, the height used in the general tariff equation is predicted by height-DBH relationships developed per survey unit. The volume rate is produced for the main forest species of southern Quebec and covers almost the entire territory south of the 52nd parallel.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).
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Data and Resources
Cubing rateFGDB/GDBFrench dataset FGDB/GDB
Open forestHTMLFrench dataset HTML
Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTMLFrench dataset HTML
Availability of the 3rd and 4th inventory volume ratePDFFrench guide PDF
General Cubing Rate - Gross Merchant VolumePDFFrench guide PDF
Development of a general volume tariff for Quebec forests: an approach to better assess the uncertainty associated with forecastsPDFFrench guide PDF
Downloading dataPDFFrench guide PDF
Cubing rateSQLITEFrench dataset SQLITE
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