Main menu

what do you want to do?

Calculations using tree data

Calculations using average data of forest stands


What is a stand?

Is an area of a forest or a forest property with variable surface area but with the same productivity or Site Index and with uniform trees, which means that it is populated by trees of the same species (at least in a 90%), the same age and have suffered the same silvicultural treatments. Before making calculations with EucaTool®, a given forest or forest property must first be divided into all possible existing stands. Subsequently, in order to properly estimate the growth, volume, biomass and carbon content of each of the forest stands of the forest or forest property, it will be necessary to determine the following variables: age, dominant height, number of trees per hectare and basal area at different sampling points of each stand, depending on its surface.