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Abundance of major tree species in the eastern United States between 1980 and 2016

By Songlin Fei1, Christopher Oswalt2, Kevin Potter3, Jonathon Knott1, Insu Jo1

1. Purdue University 2. US Forest Service 3. North Carolina State University

Abundance of 86 major forest tree species in the eastern United States measured at two times between 1980 and 2016 by size classes.

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Version 1.0 - published on 01 May 2017 doi:10.4231/R7FX77FC - cite this Archived on 11 Mar 2017

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Abundance of major tree species in the eastern United States. Data presented here are derived from the US Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program.  Abundance data were summarized for two periods.  The first was inventory data prior 2000, for which all states were completely surveyed periodically but asynchronously.  The second was inventory data post 2000, for which all states have been surveyed annually but partially using a rotating panel system. Data are summarized using a panel of hexagons with the size of 1,452 km2 for each hexagon.  Total number of stems for all trees, total number of saplings (< 12.7 cm in DBH), and total number adult trees (>12.7 cm in dbh) were summarized by hexagon at both inventory period.

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