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Measuring Site Index


2812-1028 (CNRE-96NP)

Authors as Published

Matthew Yancey, Former Extension Agent, Natural Resources, Northwest District Reviewed by Jennifer Gagnon, Extension Associate, Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation.

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Site index (SI) is a measurement commonly used by foresters to describe the productivity of a site. Typically, this measurement is used to describe sites growing well-stocked even-aged forests.

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Publication Date

April 30, 2020