An Introduction to OSU StreamWood. Mark A. Meleason 2 , Daniel J. Sobota 1 , Stanley V. Gregory 3 1 Washington State University, Vancouver Campus 2 USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station 3 Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University. Presentation Outline.
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Mark A. Meleason2,Daniel J. Sobota1, Stanley V. Gregory3
1Washington State University, Vancouver Campus
2USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station
3Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University
(Breakage, movement, and decay)
Space – MULTIPLE REACH
Does the log move?
If it does move, then how far?
(units of bank full width)
“Models of course, are never true, but fortunately it is only necessary that they be useful.”
“For it is usually needful only that they not be grossly wrong.”
Box, G. E. P. 1979. Some problems of statistics and everyday life. J. Am. Stat. Assoc. 74: 1-4
Absolute Tests difficult for most models
Wood Volume class ( m
/ 100 m)Volume Frequency DistributionYear 1800, Waihaha, NZ
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