Catherine Bealle Statland
The Tree and Stand Simulator (TASS) model enables forest managers and timber supply analysts to explore the effects of stand management on quantity and value of carbon and biomass in British Columbia, Canada. TASS is a spatially explicit, individual tree model that provides key growth and yield estimates for the managed forests of British Columbia. It incorporates individual tree biomass equations to predict stand biomass and carbon yields under different management scenarios. The poster presentation demonstrates the use and operational applications of TASS with the emphasis on carbon yield and economic return forecasting.
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