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Height Growth Models for Pinus thunbergii in Jeju Island
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Height Growth Models for Pinus thunbergii in Jeju Island
Park, Gildong; Lee, Daesung; Seo, Yeongwan; Choi, Jungkee;
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 Abstract
Height growth models for Pinus thunbergii in Jeju Island were developed in this study using four widely used nonlinear growth models; Exponential, Modified Logistic, Chapman-Richards, and Weibull. All functions were found to be significant at the 1% level. Chapman-Richards model for height-DBH allometry and Weibull model for height-age allometry was chosen as the best model on the all validation. All the model curves showed the similar pattern. Additionally, there was no abnormal pattern when the previous studies were compared. Therefore, these models are highly expected to be used to estimate the tree height using DBH or age for Pinus thunbergii especially in Jeju Island.
 Keywords
Nonlinear growth models;Height;DBH;Age;Pinus thunbergii;
 Language
English
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