Area/Topic  |  Bibliography   |  Background   |  Hypotheses   |  Home


KRIS Gualala : Chart Table Page

Area Basin-wide/General
Topic USFS Tree Size Classes: Middle SF Gualala CalWater 1994

Caption:  The Chart TableVeg_USFS_Gual.dbf is a product of analysis performed by the U.S. Forest Service in Sacramento in cooperation with the California Department of Forestry (see Info Links for more details). The coverage is based on 1994 Landsat imagery and extensive ground truthing was conducted to assure accuracy. The vegetation classification is accurate at a 1 Hectare scale and is to be used for stand classification. For use in the KRIS Gualala project, six classes of vegetation based on tree diameter were selected and summed at the CalWater Planning Watershed level. See Source Table for complete names. Timber and vegetation classifications are as follows: Very Large Trees = >40" in diameter Large Trees = Trees 30-39.9" in diameter Medium/Large Trees = 20-29.9" in diameter Small/Medium Trees = 12-19.9" in diameter Small Trees = 5-11.9" in diameter Saplings = Non-Forest = No trees, shrubs, grass, bare soil

 50 rows of a possible 60 have been displayed.
Very Large Trees000000000000000.010000000.03000000000.0100.01000
Large Trees00.0100.0100.020000.010.0100.010.010.030000.
Medium/Large Trees0.230.490.350.490.550.630.330.160.520.610.460.240.310.350.60.320.40.240.510.320.670.540.
Small/Medium Trees0.
Small Trees0.

To learn more about this topic click Info Links .

To view a table of information about this data click Metadata .
To download the table with the chart's data, click veg_usfs_gual.dbf (size 3,906 bytes) .
To view the table with the chart's source data, click Source Table web page.
To download the table with the chart's source data, click veggua_summstats.dbf (size 5,898 bytes)