[CANUFNET] How do you calculate the weight of a tree?
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Thu Aug 24 09:27:22 EDT 2017
The formula and methodology is in up by roots. James urban.
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> On Aug 23, 2017, at 8:02 PM, Iola Price via CANUFNET <canufnet at list.web.net> wrote:
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> I have a poor photocopy of "Information from the US Department of the Interior, National parks Service sheet - Rope, Knots and Climbing" that gives Log Weight using diameter and 1 foot length for a wide variety of tree species. Diameters used in the table range from 10 to 36 inches and the resulting weights per cubic foot. You might be able to go onto the website and find the original datasheet. Iola Price, Ottawa
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>> On Wed, Aug 23, 2017 at 12:02 PM, Mike James via CANUFNET <canufnet at list.web.net> wrote:
>> Are there any tree weight calculators or charts for Canadian street trees?
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