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2003) for North American tree species. 10 Examples of semi-empirical methods of tree M assessment Projected tree M values by the restrictive, the reduced, and the shape-dimensional nondestructive, semi-empirical models reside within the confidence bounds of the conventional model for most allometric equations tested for northern Mexico (Figure 6). 65. , 2006; Návar, 2010a). 90 for relationships derived for temperate tree species of northwestern Mexico. The reduced non-destructive, semi-empirical model reported in here can be additionally employed for checking the consistency of available conventional allometric models.
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Biomass by Maggie Momba, Faizal Bux (Eds)