Temesgen, H.
Temesgen, H.
Prof. of Forest Biometrics and Measurements
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Generalized height–diameter models—an application for major tree species in complex stands of interior British Columbia
H Temesgen, K Gadow
European Journal of Forest Research 123 (1), 45-51, 2004
1862004
The roles of nearest neighbor methods in imputing missing data in forest inventory and monitoring databases
BNI Eskelson, H Temesgen, V Lemay, TM Barrett, NL Crookston, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 24 (3), 235-246, 2009
1552009
Empirical modeling of cutblock edge windthrow risk on Vancouver Island, Canada, using stand level information
SJ Mitchell, T Hailemariam, Y Kulis
Forest Ecology and Management 154 (1-2), 117-130, 2001
1532001
Comparison of nearest neighbor methods for estimating basal area and stems per hectare using aerial auxiliary variables
V LeMay, H Temesgen
Forest Science 51 (2), 109-119, 2005
1222005
Analysis and comparison of nonlinear tree height prediction strategies for Douglas-fir forests
H Temesgen, VJ Monleon, DW Hann
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (3), 553-565, 2008
1172008
Windthrow handbook for British Columbia forests. Research program working paper No. 9401
RJ Stathers, TP Rollerson, SJ Mitchell
No corporate text available, 1994
1121994
A review of the challenges and opportunities in estimating above ground forest biomass using tree-level models
H Temesgen, D Affleck, K Poudel, A Gray, J Sessions
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 30 (4), 326-335, 2015
1102015
Demography of northern flying squirrels informs ecosystem management of western interior forests
JF Lehmkuhl, KD Kistler, JS Begley, J Boulanger
Ecological Applications 16 (2), 584-600, 2006
1042006
Analysis of potential impacts of climate change on forests of the United States Pacific Northwest
G Latta, H Temesgen, D Adams, T Barrett
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (4), 720-729, 2010
942010
Tree crown ratio models for multi-species and multi-layered stands of southeastern British Columbia
H Temesgen, V LeMay, SJ Mitchell
The Forestry Chronicle 81 (1), 2005
862005
Sources of variation in the self-thinning boundary line for three species with varying levels of shade tolerance
A Weiskittel, P Gould, H Temesgen
Forest Science 55 (1), 84-93, 2009
852009
Estimating riparian understory vegetation cover with beta regression and copula models
BNI Eskelson, L Madsen, JC Hagar, H Temesgen
Forest Science 57 (3), 212-221, 2011
812011
Imputing tree-lists from aerial attributes for complex stands of south-eastern British Columbia
H Temesgen, VM LeMay, KL Froese, PL Marshall
Forest Ecology and Management 177 (1-3), 277-285, 2003
762003
Variable selection strategies for nearest neighbor imputation methods used in remote sensing based forest inventory
P Packalen, H Temesgen, M Maltamo
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 38 (5), 557-569, 2012
692012
Using airborne light detection and ranging as a sampling tool for estimating forest biomass resources in the Upper Tanana Valley of Interior Alaska
HE Andersen, J Strunk, H Temesgen
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 26 (4), 157-164, 2011
692011
Using multilevel remote sensing and ground data to estimate forest biomass resources in remote regions: a case study in the boreal forests of interior Alaska
HE Andersen, J Strunk, H Temesgen, D Atwood, K Winterberger
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 37 (6), 596-611, 2011
682011
Regional height–diameter equations for major tree species of southwest Oregon
H Temesgen, DW Hann, VJ Monleon
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22 (3), 213-219, 2007
642007
A call to improve methods for estimating tree biomass for regional and national assessments
AR Weiskittel, DW MacFarlane, PJ Radtke, DLR Affleck, H Temesgen, ...
Journal of Forestry 113 (4), 414-424, 2015
622015
An individual-tree mortality model for complex stands of southeastern British Columbia
H Temesgen, SJ Mitchell
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 20 (2), 101-109, 2005
562005
Modelling tree height–diameter relationships in multi-species and multi-layered forests: a large observational study from Northeast China
H Temesgen, CH Zhang, XH Zhao
Forest Ecology and Management 316, 78-89, 2014
552014
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