Glossary:

Dominant height (Ho):

Is the average height of the 100 thickest trees per hectare, that is to say, one tree per 100 m2.

Basal Area (G):

The basal area is calculated by transferring the sum of the normal sections of all the inventoriable trees present in the plot to values ​​per hectare, which includes the section provided by the trees with a total height greater than 1.3 m that were alive at the time of the inventory.

Bark biomass (Wb):

Dry weight of bark on stem and on branches larger than 7 cm, in kg.

Biomass of leaves (Wl):

Dry weight of all the leaves of the tree, in kg.

Wood Biomass (Ww):

Dry weight of wood in the stem without bark up to 7 cm and in branches larger than 7 cm, in kg.

Biomass of Branches (Wbr):

Dry weight of branches between 6 mm and 7 cm, in kg.

Biomass of twigs (Wt):

Dry weight of branches up to 6 mm thick, in kg.

Density (N):

The density, expressed as the number of trees per hectare.

Dominant diameter (Do):

Is the average of the diameters corresponding to the 100 thickest trees per hectare, expressed in cm

Normal diameter (d):

Is the diameter measured at a height of 1.30 m upstream of the tree, expressed in cm.

Age of mass or initial age (t0):

Is the current age in years of the plot.

Volume with bark:

vicc: Volume with bark of the individual tree expressed in m3.

Vcc: Volume with bark of the stand expressed in m3 per hectare.

Volume under bark:

visc: Volume under bark of the individual tree expressed in m3.

Vsc: Stand volume expressed in m3 per hectare.