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PT01~Area of sampled and nonsampled land, in acres, within U.S. boundary~None~Land use~Land Use - Major~272010~
PT02~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
PT03~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Site productivity class~272010~
PT04~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Ownership group~272010~
PT05~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~272010~
PT06~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand age~272010~
PT07~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~272010~
PT08~Area of timberland, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~272010~
PT09~Number of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c.), in trees, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~2720
PT10~Number of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in trees, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class:
PT11~Number of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in trees, on timberland~None~Species group~Diameter class: curre
PT12~Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use -
PT13~Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~
PT14~Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size clas
PT15~Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stan
PT16~Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~
PT17~Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Owners
PT18~Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: cu
PT19~Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Diamet
PT20~Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~2
PT21~Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stan
PT22~Net volume of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Diameter clas
PT23~Net volume of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership gr
PT24~Net volume of sawtimber trees, in board feet (International ¼-inch rule), on timberland~None~Species group~Diameter class
PT25~Net volume of sawtimber trees, in board feet (International ¼-inch rule), on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership gro
PT26~Aboveground dry weight of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~L
PT27~Aboveground dry weight of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~L
PT28~All live tree and sapling aboveground biomass on forestland (green short tons)~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Ma
PT29~Aboveground dry weight of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Species group~Diamete
PT30~Standing dead tree aboveground biomass on forestland (oven-dry short tons)~None~Species group~Diameter class: current
PT31~All live tree and sapling aboveground biomass on forestland (green short tons)~None~Species group~Diameter class: curren
PT32~Aboveground carbon in live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land
PT33~Above and belowground carbon in standing-dead trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Owne
PT34~Average annual net growth of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all clas
PT35~Average annual net growth of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~
PT36~Average annual net growth of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ow
PT37~Average annual net growth of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group
PT38~Average annual mortality of trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~L
PT39~Average annual mortality of trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in trees, on timberland~None~Forest type group~Stand-size
PT40~Average annual mortality of trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownersh
PT41~Average annual mortality of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~
PT42~Average annual removals of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all class
PT43~Average annual removals of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~
ne~Land use~Land Use - Major~272010~




None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
  forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
 rland~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
  est land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
  est land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~272010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~272010~
  est land~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
  est land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
  est land~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~272010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~272010~
on timberland~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
   timberland~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
   timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
ons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
ons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
ons)~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
ons, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
ns)~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
ons)~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~272010~
   on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
  h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
 ubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
 ubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~272010~
 ubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
 , in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
eet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
on timberland~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~272010~
eet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
 n cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
 bic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~272010~
 in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~272010~
Estimate type Area of sampled and nonsampled land, in acres, within U.S. boundary
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Land use
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
Land use Land Use - Major
           Total                           Other forestland               Census    Outside U.S. boundary
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total       ######## ######## 925,187. 456,779. ######## 248,372. ########              1,027.
Timberland ######## ########             .           .         .        .         .          .
              456,779.
Other forestland                .        . 456,779.            .        .         .          .
              895,967.
Reserved productive forestland . 895,967.            .         .        .         .          .
               29,220.
Reserved other forestland       .  29,220.           .         .        .         .          .
Nonforest ########              .        .           . ########         .         .          .
              water
Non-Census 248,372.             .        .           .         . 248,372.         .          .
Census water########            .        .           .         .        . ########           .
                1,027.
Outside U.S. boundary           .        .           .         .        .         .     1,027.
Denied access 828,656.          .        .           .         .        .         .          .
Hazardous 137,244.              .        .           .         .        .         .          .
Other           2,778.          .        .           .         .        .         .          .

Sampling error percent:
Land use Land Use - Major
           Total                          Other forestland              Census    Outside U.S. boundary
                      TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total               .        .64     3.19       7.46       .29    10.02      1.17    137.26
Timberland        .64        .64        .           .        .        .         .          .
Other forestland 7.46          .        .       7.46         .        .         .          .
                 3.56
Reserved productive forestland .     3.56           .        .        .         .          .
                46.27
Reserved other forestland      .    46.27           .        .        .         .          .
Nonforest         .29          .        .           .      .29        .         .          .
Non-Census water10.02          .        .           .        .    10.02         .          .
Census water     1.17          .        .           .        .        .      1.17          .
               137.26
Outside U.S. boundary          .        .           .        .        .         .    137.26
Denied access 5.69             .        .           .        .        .         .          .
Hazardous       15.86          .        .           .        .        .         .          .
Other           72.52          .        .           .        .        .         .          .

Tue Dec 06 22:17:03 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:17:03 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                                 Hazardous Other
                      Denied access
                       828,656. 137,244.       2,778.
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                               .         .          .
                       828,656.          .          .
                               . 137,244.           .
                               .         .     2,778.



                                 Hazardous Other
                      Denied access
                           5.69      15.86     72.52
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                               .         .         .
                           5.69          .         .
                               .     15.86         .
                               .         .     72.52


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total      ######## ######## 959,664. 470,497.
           ########
National Forest System######## 737,855.       58,565.
              33,510.
Other Forest Service      11,299.  22,211.           .
              Service
National Park112,897.           . 112,897.           .
              16,546.
Bureau of Land Mgmt       16,546.        .           .
              74,279.
Fish and Wildlife Service 72,797.        .     1,482.
              17,174.
Dept of Defense           17,174.        .           .
Other federal 98,598.     90,957.   2,528.     5,114.
State      ######## ########       76,028. 114,385.
            Municipal
County and ######## ########        8,145. 103,498.
              10,094.
Other Local Govt          10,094.        .           .
Private    ######## ########             . 187,452.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total              .52        .59     2.86       7.43
                  1.52
National Forest System        1.9     3.33     21.79
                 41.12
Other Forest Service       50.68     56.43           .
                  5.12
National Park Service           .     5.12           .
                 41.56
Bureau of Land Mgmt        41.56         .           .
                  Service 19.19
Fish and Wildlife18.91                   .    100.15
Dept of Defense40.45       40.45         .           .
Other federal     17.3     18.01     95.71       70.5
State             2.08       2.18    19.53     15.59
                  2.61
County and Municipal         2.68    58.62     16.09
                 5
Other Local Govt 5.29      55.29         .           .
Private           1.12       1.16        .       11.5

Tue Dec 06 22:16:50 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:16:50 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Site productivity class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Site productivity class
             Total      225+         165-224 120-164 85-119       50-84        20-49      0-19
Total        ########        7,492.    24,288. 253,165. ######## ########      ######## 501,064.
             ########
White / red / jack pine group4,049.           . 70,925. 277,987. 309,685.       321,896.     26,888.
             ########
Spruce / fir group                 .          . 30,530. 122,197. 543,297.      ######## 177,434.
                22,337.
Other eastern softwoods group .               .       .         .     3,326.      16,380.     2,631.
                 8,237.
Exotic softwoods group             .          .       .    3,478.     4,759.            .          .
               314,991.
Oak / pine group             3,443.           . 14,796.   34,476. 141,482.      114,193.      6,602.
             ########
Oak / hickory group                .          . 17,944. 208,396. 880,806.       942,271.     61,719.
             ########
Elm / ash / cottonwood group       .          . 16,403.   92,655. 363,625.     ########      80,597.
             ########
Maple / beech / birch group        .          .  7,970. 120,344. 385,529.       643,700.     13,285.
             ########
Aspen / birch group                .   21,354.  88,001. ######## ########      ######## 112,205.
               237,055.
Other hardwoods group              .     2,934.  2,934.    9,926.    93,396.    116,468.     11,397.
                 8,752.
Exotic hardwoods group             .          .       .    2,223.     4,233.       1,482.       814.
Nonstocked 212,257.                .          .  3,661.   16,540.    70,494.    114,069.      7,493.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Site productivity class
             Total      225+         165-224 120-164 85-119    50-84      20-49      0-19
Total               .52       57.31      35.33   10.64    3.17       1.87        1.4       7.52
                   pine
White / red / jack 5.24 group 69.7           .   18.75    9.74       9.51       9.93       42.8
Spruce / fir group 2.32            .         .   33.28   14.24       7.01       2.74      12.97
                  33.53
Other eastern softwoods group .              .       .       .     78.67        39.7      100.4
                  50.92
Exotic softwoods group             .         .       .   74.29     69.44           .          .
Oak / pine group 9.97         94.13          .   45.22   27.29       15.5     16.53       68.46
Oak / hickory group3.05            .         .   49.46    10.8       5.09       4.95      19.63
                   3.73
Elm / ash / cottonwood group       .         .   40.07   16.14       8.13       4.67      17.12
                   4.71
Maple / beech / birch group        .         .   58.91   14.98        8.3       6.49      41.79
Aspen / birch group1.66            .     37.67   17.61    4.12       2.81       3.68      15.98
                    11.
Other hardwoods group              .    101.73  101.73   46.17     16.76      16.44       47.47
Exotic hardwoods47.5group          .         .       .  100.15     76.92      70.81       96.94
Nonstocked        10.54            .         .   83.88   34.56     18.04      14.72       57.76

Tue Dec 06 22:16:39 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:16:39 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Ownership group
             Total                  Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private
Total        ######## ######## 319,494. ######## ########
             ######## 370,335.
White / red / jack pine group         23,619. 269,345. 348,132.
             ######## 706,625.
Spruce / fir group                    75,671. ######## 789,218.
                22,337.
Other eastern softwoods group .             .     2,631.    19,706.
                 8,237.
Exotic softwoods group            .         .          .      8,237.
               314,991.
Oak / pine group           86,044.    11,574.    64,396. 152,978.
             ########
Oak / hickory group        40,861.    36,660. 391,712. ########
             ######## 101,093.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group          31,407. 487,705. ########
             ######## 126,412.
Maple / beech / birch group           15,139. 420,182. 609,095.
             ######## ######## 110,321. ######## ########
Aspen / birch group
               237,055.
Other hardwoods group 49,563.         12,156.    72,912. 102,423.
                 8,752.
Exotic hardwoods group            .         .          .      8,752.
Nonstocked 212,257.        15,232.     2,946.    87,143. 106,937.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Ownership group
             Total                  Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local
Total               .52       1.44        7.75       1.07       1.12
                   pine
White / red / jack 5.24 group 9.63      30.38         9.6       8.29
Spruce / fir group 2.32       6.38      18.76        2.88       5.55
                  33.53
Other eastern softwoods group .              .      100.4      35.57
                  50.92
Exotic softwoods group            .          .          .      50.92
Oak / pine group 9.97        22.48      45.88       20.48      13.25
Oak / hickory group3.05      28.08      25.11        7.67       3.44
                   3.73
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 17.17      29.04        6.96       4.67
                   4.71
Maple / beech / birch group 15.22       44.27        7.97       6.43
Aspen / birch group1.66       4.56      13.78        2.74       2.57
                    11.
Other hardwoods group        28.08      49.74       18.76      15.87
Exotic hardwoods47.5group         .          .          .       47.5
Nonstocked        10.54      55.72     100.86       16.07      14.02

Tue Dec 06 22:16:28 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:16:28 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand-size class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter        Small     Nonstocked
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## 212,257.
             ######## 537,314. 329,042. 145,075.
White / red / jack pine group                                   .
             ######## 512,823. ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                                              .
                22,337.    12,511.
Other eastern softwoods group          1,824.    8,002.         .
                 8,237.
Exotic softwoods group      6,036.          .    2,201.         .
               314,991. 155,892.
Oak / pine group                     95,498.    63,602.         .
             ######## ######## 604,369. 195,397.
Oak / hickory group                                             .
             ######## 482,489. 716,337. 446,826.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group                                    .
             ######## 631,347. 408,854. 130,627.
Maple / beech / birch group                                     .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                                             .
               237,055.
Other hardwoods group       6,391.   20,443. 210,221.           .
                 8,752.
Exotic hardwoods group 2,040.          2,963.    3,748.         .
Nonstocked 212,257.              .          .         . 212,257.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total               .52       1.99      1.81       1.74     10.54
                   pine
White / red / jack 5.24 group 7.19      9.58     14.43          .
Spruce / fir group 2.32       7.31       4.7       3.36         .
                  33.53
Other eastern softwoods group45.61     67.63     58.65          .
                  50.92
Exotic softwoods group       58.77         .   101.73           .
Oak / pine group 9.97        14.31     18.93     20.64          .
Oak / hickory group3.05       3.98      6.38     10.82          .
                   3.73
Elm / ash / cottonwood group7.03        5.73       7.39         .
                   4.71
Maple / beech / birch group 6.47        8.19     13.92          .
Aspen / birch group1.66       4.58      3.09       2.86         .
                    11.
Other hardwoods group          69.     34.88     11.72          .
Exotic hardwoods47.5group    73.41     79.17     82.38          .
Nonstocked        10.54          .         .          .     10.54

Tue Dec 06 22:16:20 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:16:20 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand age


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand age
             Total                                                             100+ years
                        0-20 years 21-40 years41-60 years61-80 years81-100 years
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             ######## 144,777. 291,171. 230,072. 170,932. 120,290.
White / red / jack pine group                                                    54,188.
             ######## 260,297. 429,464. 901,734. 964,915. 646,920. 728,269.
Spruce / fir group
                22,337.
Other eastern softwoods group .        8,002.    10,924.     3,411.          .          .
                 8,237.
Exotic softwoods group      2,201.     4,759.     1,278.          .          .          .
               314,991.
Oak / pine group           52,637.    41,448.    86,940.    75,294.    26,371.   32,301.
             ######## 176,681. 138,618. 463,542. 690,513. 462,772. 179,010.
Oak / hickory group
             ######## 123,947. 176,455. 418,750. 496,210. 250,394. 179,896.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group
             ######## 115,579.
Maple / beech / birch group           77,294. 220,515. 436,086. 250,270.         71,083.
             ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 307,116.
Aspen / birch group                                                              62,882.
               237,055.
Other hardwoods group 108,651.        31,953.    36,239.    31,107.    15,714.   13,392.
                 8,752.
Exotic hardwoods group 1,555.          7,197.          .          .          .          .
Nonstocked 212,257. 212,257.                .          .          .          .          .

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand age
             Total                                                             100+ years
                        0-20 years 21-40 years41-60 years61-80 years81-100 years
Total               .52       2.71       2.97       2.39       2.28      3.57       4.51
                   pine
White / red / jack 5.24 group 13.9       9.82     10.84      13.89      17.65      22.32
Spruce / fir group 2.32      10.13       7.79       5.52       5.37      6.75        6.2
                  33.53
Other eastern softwoods group .        58.65      44.44      95.01           .          .
                  50.92
Exotic softwoods group 101.73          69.44     100.98           .          .          .
Oak / pine group 9.97         23.2     25.64      20.82      20.37      31.24      32.31
Oak / hickory group3.05      11.44     13.39        7.21       5.84      7.27      11.77
                   3.73
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 13.33       11.4       7.59         7.      9.96      12.05
                   4.71
Maple / beech / birch group 15.        17.61      11.07        7.94     10.49      19.56
Aspen / birch group1.66       3.54        4.1       4.08       4.41     10.29      22.66
                    11.
Other hardwoods group        16.55     28.16        26.3     28.84      40.73      62.57
Exotic hardwoods47.5group    69.66     55.76           .          .          .          .
Nonstocked        10.54      10.54          .          .          .          .          .

Tue Dec 06 22:16:10 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:16:10 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand origin


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                 Clear
                        Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total        ######## ######## 753,456.
             ######## 633,616. 377,816.
White / red / jack pine group
             ######## ######## 102,766.
Spruce / fir group
                22,337.    21,448.
Other eastern softwoods group            889.
                 8,237.
Exotic softwoods group      2,201.     6,036.
               314,991. 269,155.
Oak / pine group                      45,837.
             ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                   35,292.
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ########       10,094.
             ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group           17,943.
             ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                   97,780.
               237,055.
Other hardwoods group 200,862.        36,193.
                 8,752.
Exotic hardwoods group 8,011.            741.
Nonstocked 212,257. 190,188.          22,069.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                 Clear
                        Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total               .52        .57       5.72
                   pine
White / red / jack 5.24 group 6.9        8.15
Spruce / fir group 2.32       2.37     15.19
                  33.53
Other eastern softwoods group34.71     94.13
                  50.92
Exotic softwoods group 101.73          58.77
Oak / pine group 9.97        10.89     25.02
Oak / hickory group3.05       3.08     25.09
                   3.73
Elm / ash / cottonwood group3.75       44.28
                   4.71
Maple / beech / birch group 4.74       37.31
Aspen / birch group1.66       1.67       16.3
                    11.
Other hardwoods group        11.96     27.14
Exotic hardwoods47.5group    51.06    100.15
Nonstocked        10.54      11.04     34.09

Tue Dec 06 22:15:59 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:15:59 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of timberland, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand-size class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter        Small     Nonstocked
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## 197,083.
               833,260. 446,963. 271,206. 115,091.
White / red / jack pine group                                   .
             ######## 468,949. ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                                              .
                19,706.    12,511.
Other eastern softwoods group          1,824.    5,371.         .
                 8,237.
Exotic softwoods group      6,036.          .    2,201.         .
               264,034. 124,230.
Oak / pine group                     79,111.    60,693.         .
             ######## ######## 574,276. 185,775.
Oak / hickory group                                             .
             ######## 464,021. 670,889. 400,127.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group                                    .
             ######## 619,044. 391,251. 119,393.
Maple / beech / birch group                                     .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                                             .
               204,257.
Other hardwoods group       6,391.   20,443. 177,423.           .
                 7,938.
Exotic hardwoods group 2,040.          2,963.    2,934.         .
Nonstocked 197,083.              .          .         . 197,083.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total               .59       2.03      1.82       1.81     10.48
                   pine
White / red / jack 5.37 group 7.29      9.57     14.82          .
Spruce / fir group 2.41       7.32       4.7       3.54         .
                  35.57
Other eastern softwoods group45.61     67.63     72.23          .
                  50.92
Exotic softwoods group       58.77         .   101.73           .
Oak / pine group 10.1        14.77     18.65     21.05          .
Oak / hickory group3.12       4.07      6.48     11.09          .
                   3.85
Elm / ash / cottonwood group7.13        5.96       7.66         .
                   4.77
Maple / beech / birch group 6.54        8.26     14.53          .
Aspen / birch group1.69       4.67      3.08       2.91         .
                  11.26
Other hardwoods group          69.     34.88     12.03          .
                  51.41
Exotic hardwoods group       73.41     79.17   101.73           .
Nonstocked        10.48          .         .          .     10.48

Tue Dec 06 22:15:50 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:15:50 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Number of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c.), in trees, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       1.0-2.9   3.0-4.9   5.0-6.9      7.0-8.9      9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9   13.0-14.9
Total       ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
            ######## 659,867. 659,867.
Other yellow pines                            666,128.     398,333.     211,898.    154,484.      36,190.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########     ########     ########      915,528.    917,849.
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########     ########       694,902.    519,454.    343,471.
Yellow birch######## ######## ########      ########     ########       794,749.    318,585.    371,150.
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########        896,983.     777,922.     531,398.    376,280.    292,967.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########     ########     ########     ########    ########
            ######## ######## 477,285.
Other eastern hard hardwoods                  791,105.     263,541.     202,276.    111,167.      94,533.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods             ########     ########       759,729.    281,306.    108,973.

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       1.0-2.9     3.0-4.9     5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9
Total            1.16        1.55        1.66        1.36        1.38        1.55     1.72      2.16
                52.32
Other yellow pines          75.82      101.73       45.58       48.84       53.54     56.4   100.98
                 6.25
Eastern white and red pine 10.68         11.4        9.62        9.52        8.85      9.3     11.04
Jack pine       11.65       26.03       16.93       11.39       10.24       10.29    10.26     11.06
                 2.58
Spruce and balsam fir          3.1       3.31        3.21        3.29        4.27     5.62      7.61
                 4.64
Other eastern softwoods      6.12        6.06        5.08          5.1       5.32     5.69      7.27
Select white oaks5.06        8.63        9.92        5.82        5.15        5.76     6.05      7.12
Select red oaks 5.41         9.06       12.63        7.77        6.68        7.25     7.65      7.61
Other red oaks 17.58        31.57       38.47       17.79       22.13       20.31    21.84     21.72
Hickory         13.49       19.64       26.54       13.16       16.44       18.64     20.7     24.16
Yellow birch    17.09       23.38       23.55       18.47       18.09       20.39     29.5     24.51
Hard maple       5.34        6.38          8.7       5.97        6.64        7.66     8.31     10.42
Soft maple         4.4       5.46        7.48          4.3       4.69        5.36     6.95       9.7
Ash              3.46        4.21        5.32        3.86        4.21        4.57     5.33      7.19
                 2.73
Cottonwood and aspen         3.51        3.64        3.19        2.98        3.27     3.57      4.15
Basswood         5.54        8.13        8.93          4.9       5.37        6.07      6.6      7.86
Black walnut    17.67       35.98       38.68       20.58       23.31       20.14    25.15     24.84
                 2.66
Other eastern soft hardwoods 3.73        4.17        2.74        2.99        3.58     4.27      6.29
                26.74
Other eastern hard hardwoods34.97       68.68       22.56       33.57       30.09    47.66     43.88
                 3.81        3.98
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods          7.69        6.92       12.79       21.66    33.83     47.05
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9    19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ########     ########     ########      ######## ########
                   36,190.      18,095.             .            .         .
                ########     ########     ########      ######## 279,218.
                 744,231.     315,879.       74,630.             .         .
                ########      786,002.     178,158.      151,900.          .
                ########     ########      944,140.      593,274.          .
                ########     ########     ########      ######## 343,599.
                ########     ########     ########      ######## 271,359.
                 532,579.     470,205.     318,868.      523,361.    58,902.
                 118,872.       20,526.             .            .         .
                 348,863.     263,936.       55,450.     167,300.    17,527.
                ########     ########      678,379.      663,761.    17,658.
                ########      727,355.     629,508.      767,943. 343,706.
                ########     ########      756,525.      830,249.    38,361.
                ########     ########     ########      ######## 311,487.
                ########     ########     ########      ######## 193,803.
                 149,628.     120,050.       62,156.       40,948.         .
                ########     ########      651,615.      534,762.    92,936.
                   40,045.      17,727.      17,727.       39,955.         .
                   38,460.      37,529.      17,834.       35,669.         .



                15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      2.67      3.34       4.6      4.47    12.02
                   100.98    100.98          .         .         .
                     10.84     10.45     12.82     11.12      25.8
                      25.5     36.51      49.7         .         .
                     11.73     17.17     32.15     39.31         .
                      9.31     11.84     21.49     23.49         .
                      8.23      9.18     11.27      9.72    24.39
                      7.47      9.43     12.93     10.37    29.57
                     24.02     22.08       28.     28.05    55.88
                     39.27     95.01         .         .         .
                     30.61     28.17     57.91     33.37   102.73
                     11.14     14.29     19.11     18.94   101.73
                     12.42     16.22     18.11     19.52    29.11
                      8.74     12.58      17.3     18.38    68.94
                      5.24      7.28     10.01     12.33    33.77
                      9.16     10.97     14.53     15.68    33.37
                     38.94     38.94     70.08     94.43         .
                      8.28     12.19     19.01     20.16    44.41
                     67.65   101.45    101.45      67.75         .
                       69.     69.73   100.15      70.81         .
Tue Dec 06 22:15:39 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:15:39 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Number of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in trees, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       5.0-6.9    7.0-8.9      9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9     13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total       ######## ######## ########          ########     ########      ######## ######## ########
               41,245.
Other yellow pines               .    41,245.            .             .            .         .          .
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                      ########      668,218.      308,637. 249,427. 247,951.
Jack pine ######## ######## ########            ########     ########       904,794. 338,275. 196,008.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########           ########     ########      ######## 165,937. 129,667.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                         ########     ########       799,800. 297,675.     75,130.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## 675,303.            488,620.    315,206.      200,300. 168,257. 131,738.
            ######## ######## 906,785.
Select red oaks                                   835,289.    515,486.      488,118. 305,993. 245,068.
Other red oaks911,298. 291,439. 134,129.           95,855.    100,585.      124,119.    61,771.   20,719.
Hickory       414,188. 217,614.       96,554.      40,488.      18,095.       20,719.         .          .
Yellow birch 577,336. 240,680. 131,716.            54,634.      19,499.       37,433.   17,527.   38,998.
Hard maple######## ######## 904,494.              569,264.    407,964.      226,664. 126,261.     58,988.
Soft maple ######## ######## ########             884,745.    375,416.      130,552.    19,518.   71,342.
Ash         ######## ######## ########          ########      635,297.      408,130. 193,885.     55,061.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########            ########     ########      ######## ######## ########
Basswood ######## 880,048. 660,663.               458,486.    277,136.      147,406.    91,328.   74,841.
Black walnut 80,006.       18,095.    20,474.      20,719.      20,719.             .         .          .
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                    ########     ########      ######## 951,636. 594,875.
               58,973.     17,728.
Other eastern hard hardwoods                .            .      20,719.             .   20,526.          .
            ######## 981,558.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 301,839.           82,991.      55,982.             .         .          .

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9    9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total            1.73        2.19        2.57       2.78     3.36      4.36      6.01      7.93
                66.87
Other yellow pines               .      66.87          .        .         .         .          .
                11.39
Eastern white and red pine 14.64        18.08      20.74    19.73     28.32     31.82      32.4
Jack pine        9.11       11.55        12.9      11.45    11.84     17.44     27.94     37.98
                 3.42
Spruce and balsam fir        4.09        4.74       6.14     9.17     14.46     33.27      42.4
                 9.14
Other eastern softwoods 10.93           12.84      10.92     12.6     18.59     28.43     49.79
Select white oaks9.53       12.75       19.31      21.61    24.13     30.21     32.97     37.29
Select red oaks 8.95        16.25       17.24      18.59    20.03     20.76     24.49     27.24
Other red oaks 28.41        63.68       36.88      51.22    50.82     44.31      70.6     94.13
Hickory         27.82       39.61       43.58       68.2  100.98      94.13         .          .
Yellow birch    22.62       35.59       37.25       57.9    98.28     70.23   102.73      69.44
Hard maple      10.53       13.42       17.65      19.65    22.09     28.66     38.25     72.86
Soft maple       7.41          9.9      11.03      15.28    24.26     37.66     96.34      50.7
Ash             10.19       11.36       14.37      16.54    22.78     22.97     30.64      57.6
                 2.82
Cottonwood and aspen         4.04        4.25       4.71     5.38      6.48      8.07     11.71
Basswood        10.69       16.42       19.44      22.92    27.54     39.48      44.9     50.11
Black walnut    47.86      100.98       94.43      94.13    94.13         .         .          .
                 3.41
Other eastern soft hardwoods 4.58        5.04       5.33      7.2      9.64     16.16      18.7
                55.74      100.86
Other eastern hard hardwoods                .          .    94.13         .     95.01          .
                15.05       16.11
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods         28.09      47.03    57.09         .         .          .
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ######## ######## 173,907.
                         .         .         .
                 184,559. 131,241.           .
                   81,259.   43,718.         .
                   92,459.   90,481.         .
                   56,726.   17,503.   19,958.
                   17,658.   56,173.   20,719.
                 149,605. 147,258.     17,727.
                   41,245.   41,437.         .
                         .   20,719.         .
                   18,424.   18,424.         .
                   52,856.   78,657.         .
                         .   71,908.   35,203.
                         .         .         .
                 878,596. 450,711.     17,834.
                         .   97,223.   20,719.
                         .         .         .
                 323,845. 293,700.     41,746.
                         .         .         .
                         .         .         .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      10.8     12.01      32.4
                         .         .         .
                     31.89     37.74         .
                     63.55     98.82         .
                     44.54     45.35         .
                     74.56   103.85     96.24
                   101.73       56.9    94.13
                      34.9     39.13   101.45
                     66.87     66.47         .
                         .     94.13         .
                   100.04    100.04          .
                      58.9     48.63         .
                         .     50.48    71.97
                         .         .         .
                     16.46     22.41   100.15
                         .     43.43    94.13
                         .         .         .
                     25.41       30.    66.17
                         .         .         .
                         .         .         .
Tue Dec 06 22:15:24 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:15:24 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Number of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in trees, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       5.0-6.9   7.0-8.9   9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9    13.0-14.9    15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9
Total       ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 492,097. 380,675.
Other yellow pines                            135,093.    154,484.       18,095.      18,095.             .
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########      402,509.     184,724.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########      517,027.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 915,086. 663,969.
Other red oaks                                928,393.    608,723.     686,586.     355,802.     413,982.
Hickory     ######## ######## ########        653,709.    401,125.     242,939.       98,346.      20,526.
Yellow birch######## 995,185. 814,786.        421,613.    111,472.     110,180.     221,799.     152,413.
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########      706,714.
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########      550,330.     432,348.
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Black walnut######## 760,958. 643,012.        417,225.    302,840.     236,799.       75,996.      78,613.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########     ########     ########     ########      526,801.
            ######## 595,371. 220,594.
Other eastern hard hardwoods                  184,724.      59,164.      41,245.      40,045.             .

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total            1.16        1.49          1.5       1.67     1.97      2.47      3.09      3.91
                36.56
Other yellow pines          44.28       50.89       59.68     56.4   100.98    100.98           .
                 6.97
Eastern white and red pine 10.01         9.87        9.23     9.35     10.82     11.54     11.07
Jack pine        8.58       11.81       11.15       10.65    11.59      12.8     21.33     34.58
                 3.02
Spruce and balsam fir        3.42        3.55        4.46     5.85      8.06     12.25     18.82
                 4.57
Other eastern softwoods      5.24        5.27        5.65     6.36      7.97     10.97     14.52
Select white oaks 4.3        6.15        5.41        6.28      6.8       8.9      9.61     11.43
Select red oaks 4.92         8.05        7.07        7.89     8.68      8.37      8.35     10.34
Other red oaks 14.17        21.05       25.57       24.47    23.48     22.56     26.11     23.85
Hickory          12.2       13.69       16.86       18.93    21.22     29.49     43.12     95.01
Yellow birch    13.38        18.2       20.66       23.47    40.88      41.1     39.35     34.96
Hard maple       5.95        6.18        7.24        8.45    10.32     12.68      14.4     19.28
Soft maple       4.37        4.87        5.31        6.33     9.27     13.63     19.47     20.55
Ash              3.85        4.13        4.46        4.88     5.96       8.3     10.01     14.56
                 2.45
Cottonwood and aspen           3.3       3.11        3.41     3.94      4.65      5.86      8.16
Basswood         4.52        5.26        5.59        6.37     7.07      8.29     10.05     11.97
Black walnut    15.07       20.98       26.18       23.23    27.57     27.69     49.46     48.19
                 2.66
Other eastern soft hardwoods 3.11        3.35        3.94     5.12      7.77      10.3     18.59
                21.57
Other eastern hard hardwoods26.87       38.03       31.49    72.59     66.87     67.65          .

Tue Dec 06 22:15:13 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:15:13 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
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                      19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      ########      ######## 976,669.
                                .            .         .
                      ########      ######## 226,412.
                         74,630.             .         .
                       141,058.      113,948.          .
                       606,188.      347,811.          .
                       958,074.      907,530.    38,814.
                      ########      ######## 176,880.
                       239,194.      360,866.    38,184.
                                .            .         .
                         37,026.       56,526.         .
                       268,796.      257,900.          .
                       196,073.      357,410. 161,121.
                       544,439.      508,860.    17,834.
                      ########      ######## 176,594.
                       745,593.      637,920. 140,830.
                         20,719.             .         .
                       359,002.      114,489.          .
                         17,727.       39,955.         .



                      19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                            5.52      5.75    15.85
                               .         .         .
                           13.44     11.81      28.8
                            49.7         .         .
                            36.1     46.95         .
                           28.09       31.         .
                           14.86     15.98    68.85
                           14.74     12.67    35.66
                           31.72      29.2    69.44
                               .         .         .
                           71.02     57.53         .
                           28.06     30.66         .
                           33.64     28.28    37.77
                           20.59     21.36   100.15
                            11.7     14.93    45.08
                           16.85     19.52    35.99
                           94.13         .         .
                           23.85     39.96         .
                         101.45      67.75         .


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
Estimate type Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total       ######## ######## ######## ########
            ########
National Forest System######## ######## ########
            ########
Other Forest Service ######## ########                .
            ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
            ########
Bureau of Land Mgmt ########              .           .
            ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 . ########
            ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
            ######## ######## ######## 972,753.
Other federal
State       ######## ######## ######## ########
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ######## ########
            Govt
Other Local ######## ########             .           .
Private     ######## ########             . ########

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.22       1.23     7.67     11.48
                  3.55
National Forest System       3.59      9.4     34.15
                 45.81
Other Forest Service       60.39     59.05           .
                 11.74
National Park Service           .    11.74           .
                 56.72
Bureau of Land Mgmt        56.72         .           .
                  Service 26.93
Fish and Wildlife26.65                   .    100.15
Dept of Defense50.71       50.71         .           .
Other federal 22.62        22.96     95.71     90.04
State             3.44       3.53    24.11     28.51
                   3.9
County and Municipal         3.86    77.14     27.17
                 6
Other Local Govt 6.53      66.53         .           .
Private           1.78       1.81        .     15.67

Tue Dec 06 22:14:58 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:14:58 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total       ######## ######## ######## ########
            ########
National Forest System######## ######## ########
            ######## 516,262. ########
Other Forest Service                                  .
            ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
            ########
Bureau of Land Mgmt ########              .           .
            ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .           .
            ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
            ######## ######## 288,042.
Other federal                                         .
State       ######## ######## ######## ########
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 234,851. ########
            Govt
Other Local ######## ########             .           .
Private     ######## ########             . ########

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             2.08       2.13     9.34     18.55
                  5.42
National Forest System       5.98    11.39     43.59
                 62.31
Other Forest Service       72.96     69.42           .
                 21.88
National Park Service           .    21.88           .
                 46.98
Bureau of Land Mgmt        46.98         .           .
                  Service 34.73
Fish and Wildlife34.73                   .           .
Dept of Defense67.93       67.93         .           .
Other federal 26.53        26.75     95.71           .
State             5.37       5.56    29.06     40.87
                   5.2
County and Municipal         5.24    74.67     36.17
                 8
Other Local Govt 8.72      88.72         .           .
Private           3.12       3.16        .     26.83

Tue Dec 06 22:14:47 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:14:47 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
n cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand-size class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             ######## ######## ######## ########
White / red / jack pine group                                   .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                                              .
             ######## ######## ######## 399,076.
Other eastern softwoods group                                   .
             ########
Exotic softwoods group########             . 448,218.           .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group                                                .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                             .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## ########               .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group                                     .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                                             .
             ########
Other hardwoods group######## ######## ########                 .
             ######## ######## ######## 517,321.
Exotic hardwoods group                                          .
Nonstocked########               .         .          . ########

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total              1.22       2.31      2.09       3.01     18.38
                   pine
White / red / jack 6.72 group 8.43     10.68     23.29          .
Spruce / fir group 3.63       7.94      5.16       5.61         .
                  41.27
Other eastern softwoods group46.02     74.55     73.88          .
                  60.91
Exotic softwoods group        63.6         .   101.73           .
Oak / pine group11.92        15.23     20.16     29.94          .
Oak / hickory group3.59       4.39      6.99     14.59          .
                   5.16
Elm / ash / cottonwood group8.59        6.49     10.85          .
                   5.48
Maple / beech / birch group 6.95         9.1     22.29          .
Aspen / birch group2.51       4.99      3.49       4.58         .
                  16.73
Other hardwoods group        71.41     36.43     18.82          .
                  52.08
Exotic hardwoods group       72.24     87.39     70.39          .
Nonstocked        18.38          .         .          .     18.38

Tue Dec 06 22:14:37 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:14:37 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand-size class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             ######## ######## ######## ########
White / red / jack pine group                                   .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                                              .
               933,211. group
Other eastern softwoods720,559. 212,652.              .         .
               225,269.
Exotic softwoods group 168,295.            .   56,974.          .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group                                                .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                             .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## ########               .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group                                     .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                                             .
             ########
Other hardwoods group 468,040. 482,880. ########                .
Nonstocked########               .         .          . ########

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total              2.08       3.57       3.4        6.1      28.7
                  11.12
White / red / jack pine group12.62     19.66     80.68          .
Spruce / fir group 5.78       11.5      8.55       11.1         .
                  71.21
Other eastern softwoods group88.02     94.13          .         .
                   75.5
Exotic softwoods group       95.01         .   101.73           .
Oak / pine group18.03        22.06     28.69     40.34          .
Oak / hickory group5.78       7.15      11.3     27.85          .
                   7.46
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 13.46     10.35     17.12          .
                   8.53
Maple / beech / birch group 10.64      15.79     34.53          .
Aspen / birch group3.47       6.29      4.86       9.51         .
                  23.73
Other hardwoods group        69.84     87.78       24.7         .
Nonstocked         28.7          .         .          .      28.7

Tue Dec 06 22:14:23 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:14:23 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
n cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other    State and local
                        National Forest federal         Private
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ########
Other yellow pines                .        .          . ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine
Jack pine ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            ######## 114,368. ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks
Hickory     ########              .        . ######## ########
Yellow birch######## ######## 712,543. ######## ########
Hard maple######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Basswood ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Black walnut########              .        . ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods .             . ######## ########
            ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 685,760. ######## ########

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other
                       National Forest federal           Private
                                              State and local
Total            1.22        3.49      11.56        2.28       1.78
                51.82
Other yellow pines               .          .          .      51.82
                 6.35
Eastern white and red pine 13.17       34.37       10.53       9.04
Jack pine        7.47       12.63      33.41       14.42      11.34
                 2.81
Spruce and balsam fir        5.68      17.93        4.48       5.05
                 4.17
Other eastern softwoods 11.73          34.75        5.42       8.21
Select white oaks4.43       36.14      27.53        9.55         5.1
Select red oaks 5.16         27.3      48.79        9.86       6.29
Other red oaks 14.91        88.36      54.62       34.87      16.94
Hickory         13.28            .          .      41.89      13.86
Yellow birch    14.27        28.2        88.8      24.16      21.17
Hard maple       6.23       19.43      60.68       10.77       8.15
Soft maple       5.59       11.13        44.1       7.47       7.67
Ash              3.96       15.21      29.05         6.9       5.21
                 2.49
Cottonwood and aspen         6.92      16.67        4.44       3.49
Basswood         4.94        24.5      33.77        9.22       6.07
Black walnut    16.37            .          .      62.45      16.92
                 2.73
Other eastern soft hardwoods 6.63      19.18        5.35       3.75
                    hardwoods .
Other eastern hard29.                       .      79.89      30.82
                 10.3       23.57
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods        44.36       28.22      11.46
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Tue Dec 06 22:14:10 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:14:10 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other    State and local
                        National Forest federal         Private
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
              114,817.
Other yellow pines                .        .          . 114,817.
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine
Jack pine ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods
             oaks
Select white######## 441,668.              . ######## ########
            ######## 812,576. ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            ########
Other red oaks                    .        . ######## ########
Hickory     ########              .        . 185,680. ########
Yellow birch######## 489,550.              . ######## ########
Hard maple######## ######## 326,978. ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## 493,583. ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## 402,131. ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Basswood ######## ######## 491,477. ######## ########
Black walnut 728,584.             .        .          . 728,584.
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
              526,273.
Other eastern hard hardwoods .             . 357,099. 169,173.
            ######## 324,424.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 288,301. 455,932. ########

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other     State and local
                       National Forest federal          Private
Total            2.08        5.34      14.98       3.53       3.12
                68.47
Other yellow pines               .         .          .      68.47
                14.59
Eastern white and red pine 30.08       61.46      23.27      21.85
Jack pine        9.25        16.3      28.19       18.3      13.82
                 3.81
Spruce and balsam fir        7.24      25.48       5.99       7.42
                 9.49
Other eastern softwoods 27.54          68.51      12.64      16.88
                1
Select white oaks9.73       66.68          .      27.64      24.27
Select red oaks 12.4        40.68      73.31      27.26      13.37
Other red oaks 28.05             .         .      58.84      31.77
Hickory         36.66            .         .      71.27      39.48
Yellow birch    33.62       79.39          .      48.34      56.25
Hard maple      13.33        30.4      91.74      25.99      17.96
Soft maple      14.75       22.87      45.83      15.22       23.4
Ash             11.78        33.8      87.83      15.89         17.
                 3.38
Cottonwood and aspen         9.15      21.99       5.37       4.93
Basswood        17.19       51.14      78.81      26.14      21.53
Black walnut     55.4            .         .          .       55.4
                 4.09
Other eastern soft hardwoods 9.87      27.13       7.25       5.84
                69.08
Other eastern hard hardwoods .             .      91.31      95.01
                18.28        54.7
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods        85.42      59.66      19.69
n cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Tue Dec 06 22:13:56 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:13:56 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       5.0-6.9   7.0-8.9   9.0-10.9   11.0-12.9   13.0-14.9   15.0-16.9   17.0-18.9
Total       ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                          ########   ########     846,422.   ########     673,563.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########     658,274.
Yellow birch######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########     504,001.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods             ########   ########    ########     864,935.   ########

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total            1.22        1.41        1.41        1.59     1.78      2.25      2.77      3.44
                51.82
Other yellow pines          44.11       48.75       58.21    59.02   100.98    100.98    100.98
                 6.35
Eastern white and red pine 9.79          9.79        9.05     9.51     11.49     11.12     10.63
Jack pine        7.47       11.19       10.37       10.45    10.39     11.04     24.82      35.5
                 2.81
Spruce and balsam fir        3.38        3.39        4.37     5.76       7.7     11.93     17.09
                 4.17
Other eastern softwoods      5.03           5.       5.22     5.61      7.27      9.46      11.9
Select white oaks4.43          5.8         5.2       5.78     6.05      7.18      8.37      9.38
Select red oaks 5.16         7.71          6.8       7.25     7.78      7.68      7.55      9.39
Other red oaks 14.91        17.92       22.64       20.21    21.33     21.71     23.97     22.31
Hickory         13.28       13.37       16.91       18.92    21.21     24.27     39.32     95.01
Yellow birch    14.27       18.51          19.      21.01     29.9     25.06     30.41     28.31
Hard maple       6.23        6.01        6.67        7.84     8.47     10.62     11.37     14.39
Soft maple       5.59        4.35        4.82        5.64     7.34     10.28     12.87     16.39
Ash              3.96        3.92        4.24        4.67     5.45       7.4      8.97     12.89
                 2.49
Cottonwood and aspen         3.23        3.06        3.36     3.69      4.28      5.39      7.48
Basswood         4.94        5.01        5.42        6.16     6.72      8.09       9.3     11.39
Black walnut    16.37       20.26       23.54       21.06    24.97       25.     38.86     38.99
                 2.73
Other eastern soft hardwoods 2.87        3.11        3.69     4.33      6.41      8.37     12.41
                    hardwoods
Other eastern hard29.       23.44       32.45       30.26    50.26     46.34     67.86   101.45
                 10.3        7.01
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods         13.51       22.49    36.14     46.01     70.02     69.95
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9     29.0+
                ########      ########      ########
                          .             .           .
                ########      ########      ########
                ########                .           .
                ########      ########              .
                ########      ########              .
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########      ########
                          .             .           .
                ########      ########       800,113.
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########      ########
                ########      ########              .
                ########      ########      ########
                 844,216.     ########              .
                 609,066.     ########              .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                       4.8      4.93      13.1
                         .         .         .
                     13.25     11.95    26.28
                     50.02         .         .
                     32.25     39.66         .
                     21.88     25.38         .
                     11.37     10.14      26.1
                     13.16     11.01       31.
                     28.93      29.7    61.49
                         .         .         .
                     58.25     34.97   102.73
                     19.52     19.91   101.73
                     18.46     21.86    29.92
                     17.64     20.75    68.94
                     10.47     13.28    37.73
                      14.7      15.8    33.66
                     67.42     94.43         .
                     19.57     21.69    45.39
                   101.45      68.36         .
                   100.15      70.85         .
Tue Dec 06 22:13:44 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:13:44 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       5.0-6.9    7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9     13.0-14.9     15.0-16.9     17.0-18.9
Total       ######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
              114,817.
Other yellow pines               . 114,817.             .             .             .             .             .
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                     ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ########           ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########          ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                        ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                                ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## 464,914. 460,112.
Other red oaks                                   699,865.    906,090.     ########       824,105.      592,246.
Hickory     ######## 470,044. 383,683.           249,836.    124,435.      393,314.               .             .
Yellow birch######## 309,605. 370,164.           397,377.      97,798.     330,197.      360,738.     ########
Hard maple######## ######## ########           ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########          ########     ########      ########       240,040.     ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########           ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########            ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Black walnut 728,584.      32,404. 112,537.      286,825.    296,818.               .             .             .
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                   ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
              526,273.     10,873.
Other eastern hard hardwoods               .            .    346,227.               .    169,173.               .
            ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 885,264.         451,007.    591,180.               .             .             .

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total            2.08        2.44        2.74        2.93     3.55      4.69      6.43       8.7
                68.47
Other yellow pines               .      68.47           .        .         .         .          .
                14.59
Eastern white and red pine 15.8         19.79       22.15    22.92     34.84     33.14     36.56
Jack pine        9.25       12.75       14.06       12.66    12.07     17.92     29.45     44.75
                 3.81
Spruce and balsam fir        4.26          4.9       6.66     9.77     15.69      35.7     42.83
                 9.49
Other eastern softwoods 12.35           13.29       11.51     13.7     21.23     29.57     53.86
                1
Select white oaks9.73       13.59       21.42       22.78    25.38     32.85      36.2     40.36
Select red oaks 12.4        18.37       17.92       22.37    23.29     22.32      27.2     29.29
Other red oaks 28.05         82.6       38.86       57.36    58.57     44.03     67.52     94.13
Hickory         36.66       40.24       45.41       80.22  100.98      94.13         .          .
Yellow birch    33.62       36.69       39.95        61.2    98.28     71.56   102.73      75.03
Hard maple      13.33       14.91       18.79       20.97    23.18     30.29     41.33     78.44
Soft maple      14.75       10.88       12.12       17.03    27.62     40.11     96.34     55.43
Ash             11.78       13.19       15.64       16.34    24.29     24.51     33.01     63.82
                 3.38
Cottonwood and aspen         4.42        4.44        5.07     5.58      7.04      8.51     12.41
Basswood        17.19       17.73       21.14       25.23    29.11     40.58     48.26     54.54
Black walnut     55.4      100.98       94.43       94.13    94.13         .         .          .
                 4.09
Other eastern soft hardwoods 4.97        5.36        5.66     7.79      9.84      16.4     20.26
                69.08      100.86
Other eastern hard hardwoods                 .          .    94.13         .     95.01          .
                18.28       17.48
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods         28.98       49.07    59.01         .         .          .
n cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                       19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9     29.0+
                       ########      ########      ########
                                 .             .           .
                       ########      ########              .
                       ########      ########              .
                       ########      ########              .
                       ########       489,229.     ########
                        790,308.     ########      ########
                       ########      ########      ########
                       ########      ########              .
                                 .    600,044.             .
                        645,550.      400,406.             .
                       ########      ########              .
                                 .   ########      ########
                                 .             .           .
                       ########      ########      ########
                                 .   ########      ########
                                 .             .           .
                       ########      ########      ########
                                 .             .           .
                                 .             .           .



                       19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                            11.61     13.53    37.35
                                .         .         .
                            36.78     43.77         .
                            58.39     98.82         .
                            47.46     48.47         .
                            77.35   103.85     96.24
                          101.73      62.82    94.13
                            37.97     40.04   101.45
                            66.99     68.68         .
                                .     94.13         .
                          100.04    100.04          .
                            63.15      50.7         .
                                .     55.71    75.73
                                .         .         .
                            17.46      27.8   100.15
                                .     46.96    94.13
                                .         .         .
                            28.67     30.51    66.17
                                .         .         .
                                .         .         .
Tue Dec 06 22:13:28 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:13:28 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand origin


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                 Clear
                        Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total        ######## ######## ########
             ######## ######## ########
White / red / jack pine group
             ######## ######## ########
Spruce / fir group
             ######## ######## 385,815.
Other eastern softwoods group
             ########
Exotic softwoods group 448,218. ########
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ########
             ######## ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group
             ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group
             ########
Other hardwoods group######## ########
             ######## ######## ########
Exotic hardwoods group
Nonstocked######## ######## 343,774.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                 Clear
                        Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total              1.22       1.27       8.04
                   pine
White / red / jack 6.72 group 8.89       9.88
Spruce / fir group 3.63       3.69     22.01
                  41.27
Other eastern softwoods group42.27     94.13
                  60.91
Exotic softwoods group 101.73            63.6
Oak / pine group11.92        12.64     34.21
Oak / hickory group3.59       3.61     54.88
                   5.16
Elm / ash / cottonwood group5.18       68.32
                   5.48
Maple / beech / birch group 5.49       53.78
Aspen / birch group2.51       2.52     27.05
                  16.73
Other hardwoods group        18.09     42.75
                  52.08
Exotic hardwoods group       60.85    100.15
Nonstocked        18.38      18.84     72.78

Tue Dec 06 22:13:15 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:13:15 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of standing-dead trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand origin


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                 Clear
                        Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total        ######## ######## ########
             ######## ######## ########
White / red / jack pine group
             ######## ######## ########
Spruce / fir group
               933,211. group
Other eastern softwoods720,559. 212,652.
               225,269.
Exotic softwoods group 56,974. 168,295.
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group
             ######## ######## 409,026.
Oak / hickory group
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## 691,034.
             ######## ######## 508,401.
Maple / beech / birch group
             ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group
             ########
Other hardwoods group######## ########
Nonstocked######## ######## 124,123.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                 Clear
                        Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total              2.08       2.11     15.41
                  11.12
White / red / jack pine group12.26     22.99
Spruce / fir group 5.78       5.83     43.22
                  71.21
Other eastern softwoods group88.02     94.13
                   75.5
Exotic softwoods group 101.73          95.01
Oak / pine group18.03        18.45       55.
Oak / hickory group5.78       5.79     85.13
                   7.46
Elm / ash / cottonwood group7.49       73.83
                   8.53
Maple / beech / birch group 8.56       64.47
Aspen / birch group3.47       3.48     39.23
                  23.73
Other hardwoods group        24.86     64.08
Nonstocked         28.7      28.84     72.22

Tue Dec 06 22:13:02 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:13:02 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
n cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       5.0-6.9   7.0-8.9   9.0-10.9   11.0-12.9   13.0-14.9   15.0-16.9   17.0-18.9
Total       ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                          ########   ########     448,006.    678,706.             .
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########     658,274.
Yellow birch######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                ########   ########     779,859.   ########              .

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total        5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total            1.28         1.53        1.53        1.71     2.01      2.54      3.18      3.98
                47.41
Other yellow pines            43.6       50.18       64.01    59.02   100.98    100.98           .
                    6.
Eastern white and red pine 10.24         10.14        9.41     9.45     11.01     11.76     11.24
Jack pine        7.93        11.52        11.2       10.93     11.9     12.84     21.46     34.86
Spruce and balsam 3.fir       3.59        3.66        4.58     5.96      8.12     12.47     18.94
                   4.4
Other eastern softwoods       5.21          5.2       5.57     6.24      7.89     10.97     14.41
Select white oaks4.82         6.12        5.47         6.3     6.81      8.92      9.62     11.66
Select red oaks 5.62          8.15          7.2       7.86     8.78      8.42      8.37     10.32
Other red oaks 16.36         21.48       26.27       23.83    22.71     22.33     27.14     24.02
Hickory          13.7           14.      17.45       19.23    21.44     29.27     43.18     95.01
Yellow birch    18.36        18.88       21.49        24.3    41.55     41.25       39.     35.34
Hard maple       6.84         6.22        7.24        8.58    10.36     12.76      14.5     19.26
Soft maple       6.61         4.93        5.44        6.61     9.59     13.97     19.94     20.77
Ash              4.17         4.18        4.47        4.95     6.03      8.43     10.08     14.74
                 2.55
Cottonwood and aspen          3.33        3.18        3.48     4.05      4.76      6.02      8.33
Basswood         5.14         5.35        5.62        6.44     7.15      8.56      10.1     12.13
Black walnut    15.79        20.51       26.35       24.14    27.46     27.82     50.15     48.25
                 2.98
Other eastern soft hardwoods  3.22        3.48        4.02     5.19      7.85      10.5     18.69
                30.32
Other eastern hard hardwoods  26.7       36.47       31.69    73.06     68.58     67.86          .

Tue Dec 06 22:12:52 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:12:52 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                      19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9     29.0+
                      ########      ########      ########
                                .             .           .
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########                .           .
                      ########      ########              .
                      ########      ########              .
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########      ########      ########
                                .             .           .
                      ########      ########              .
                      ########      ########              .
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########      ########      ########
                      ########                .           .
                      ########      ########              .
                       844,216.     ########              .



                      19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                            5.64      6.12    16.49
                               .         .         .
                           13.85     12.22    29.43
                           50.02         .         .
                           36.23     46.88         .
                            27.5     31.84         .
                           14.94     16.88    69.23
                            14.9     13.43    37.16
                           31.76     30.48    74.71
                               .         .         .
                           71.04     57.71         .
                           28.05     32.18         .
                           33.39     30.48    40.93
                           20.43     23.82   100.15
                             12.     15.49    45.96
                           16.98     19.56    36.32
                           94.13         .         .
                           23.98     41.48         .
                         101.45      68.36         .


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
Estimate type Net volume of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other    State and local
                        National Forest federal         Private
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ########
Other yellow pines                .        .          . ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine
Jack pine ######## ######## 603,450. ######## ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            ########
Other red oaks                    . 752,222. ######## ########
Hickory     ########              .        . ######## ########
Yellow birch######## ######## 712,543. ######## ########
Hard maple######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Basswood ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Black walnut########              .        . ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods .             . 761,424. ########

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                    Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local
Total            1.28         3.68      16.85        2.33         1.9
                47.41
Other yellow pines                .          .          .      47.41
                    6.
Eastern white and red pine 11.78        54.21       10.83         9.2
Jack pine        7.93        15.19        84.6       14.8      11.63
Spruce and balsam 3.fir       6.83      34.87        4.58       5.14
                   4.4
Other eastern softwoods 13.02           38.86        5.62       8.71
Select white oaks4.82        37.94      29.84       10.16       5.56
Select red oaks 5.62         31.23      52.48       10.64       6.85
Other red oaks 16.36              .     93.17       37.56      18.33
Hickory          13.7             .          .      43.91      14.33
Yellow birch    18.36        33.02        88.8      32.34      27.55
Hard maple       6.84        19.63      56.54       11.56       9.28
Soft maple       6.61        13.87      55.02        7.91       7.95
Ash              4.17         17.1      34.82        7.45       5.37
                 2.55
Cottonwood and aspen          7.57      27.82        4.35       3.57
Basswood         5.14        24.35      36.24        9.82       6.24
Black walnut    15.79             .          .      55.55       16.5
                 2.98
Other eastern soft hardwoods  8.17      23.24        5.56       4.04
                30.32
Other eastern hard hardwoods .               .      69.97      32.14

Tue Dec 06 22:12:37 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:12:37 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
Estimate type Net volume of sawtimber trees, in board feet (International ¼-inch rule), on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9    13.0-14.9   15.0-16.9   17.0-18.9     19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9
Total       ######## ######## ########        ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                            ########    ########              .             .             .
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                    ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ########          ########    ########    ########      ########                .
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########         ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                       ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
             oaks
Select white########             . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
            ########
Select red oaks                  . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
            ########
Other red oaks                   . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Hickory     ########             . ########   ########    ########    ########                .             .
Yellow birch########             . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Hard maple########               . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Soft maple ########              . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Ash         ########             . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood########               . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Basswood ########                . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
Black walnut########             . ########   ########    ########    ########      ########                .
            ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods . ########       ########    ########    ########      ########      ########
            ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods . ########       ########    ########              .   ########      ########

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9
Total            1.93        3.49     2.03      2.55      3.21      4.01      5.72       6.2
                67.17
Other yellow pines          63.61      59.   100.98    100.98          .         .          .
                   6.5
Eastern white and red pine 9.44       9.48     11.08      11.8     11.28     13.84     12.25
Jack pine        9.23       10.91     11.9     12.83     21.48     34.89     50.04          .
                 4.22
Spruce and balsam fir        4.61     5.97      8.14      12.5     18.96     36.25     46.88
                 5.51
Other eastern softwoods      5.56     6.23      7.88     10.97     14.39     27.47     31.88
Select white oaks6.21           .     6.82      8.91      9.62     11.65     14.96     16.99
Select red oaks 6.41            .     8.78      8.41      8.37     10.32      14.9     13.49
Other red oaks 18.4             .    22.79      22.3     27.15     24.01      31.7      30.5
Hickory          19.6           .    21.53      29.2     43.16     95.01         .          .
Yellow birch    25.59           .    41.61     41.31     39.05     35.34     71.04     57.79
Hard maple       9.96           .    10.38     12.76     14.51     19.28     28.07     32.31
Soft maple      15.15           .     9.59     13.96     19.91     20.76     33.45      30.5
Ash              6.15           .     6.04       8.4     10.09     14.72     20.41     23.95
                 3.82
Cottonwood and aspen            .     4.05      4.75      6.01      8.32     12.01     15.48
Basswood         6.42           .     7.15      8.55      10.1     12.14     16.98     19.56
Black walnut    20.17           .     27.6     27.81     50.11     48.24     94.13          .
                 4.87
Other eastern soft hardwoods .         5.2      7.88     10.51     18.69     23.99     41.57
                 46.6
Other eastern hard hardwoods .       73.37     68.28     67.83         .   101.45      68.77

Tue Dec 06 22:12:25 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:12:25 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
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                      29.0+
                      ########
                              .
                      ########
                              .
                              .
                              .
                      ########
                      ########
                      ########
                              .
                              .
                              .
                      ########
                      ########
                      ########
                      ########
                              .
                              .
                              .



                      29.0+
                          16.45
                               .
                          29.48
                               .
                               .
                               .
                          69.32
                            37.2
                          75.18
                               .
                               .
                               .
                          41.01
                         100.15
                          46.15
                          36.34
                               .
                               .
                               .


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
Estimate type Net volume of sawtimber trees, in board feet (International ¼-inch rule), on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ########
Other yellow pines                .         .          . ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine
Jack pine ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            ########
Other red oaks                    . ######## ######## ########
Hickory     ########              .         . ######## ########
Yellow birch######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Hard maple######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Basswood ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Black walnut########              .         . ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              . ######## ########

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other
                       National Forest federal           Private
                                              State and local
Total            1.93        5.38      21.31        3.45       2.69
                67.17
Other yellow pines               .          .          .      67.17
                   6.5
Eastern white and red pine 12.4        47.29       11.87      10.01
Jack pine        9.23       17.29     100.36       18.19         13.
                 4.22
Spruce and balsam fir        9.68      43.02         6.4       7.02
                 5.51
Other eastern softwoods 14.86          47.83        6.87      11.19
Select white oaks6.21         47.      39.68        15.7       6.89
Select red oaks 6.41        44.06      55.48       12.17       7.76
Other red oaks 18.4              .     99.43       41.78      20.73
Hickory          19.6            .          .      72.24      20.12
Yellow birch    25.59       37.97        88.8      42.66       54.7
Hard maple       9.96       24.02      75.25       17.43      13.78
Soft maple      15.15       29.22      59.56       16.98      15.55
Ash              6.15       25.98        43.6      10.94       7.81
                 3.82
Cottonwood and aspen        10.67      39.34         6.2       5.35
Basswood         6.42       28.63      52.02       12.46       7.77
Black walnut    20.17            .          .      70.03      20.76
                 4.87
Other eastern soft hardwoods12.63      37.05        8.77       6.77
                 46.6
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .    101.45       48.21

Tue Dec 06 22:12:14 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:12:14 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
Estimate type Aboveground dry weight of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total      ######## ######## ######## ########
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 723,092.
           ######## 342,383. 817,038.
Other Forest Service                                  .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
             279,344.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 279,344.              .           .
           ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .   45,302.
             694,950. 694,950.
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                       30,657.   67,661.
State      ######## ######## ######## 961,284.
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 733,841. 916,352.
             187,256. 187,256.
Other Local Govt                          .           .
Private    ######## ########              . ########

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.04       1.08     6.54     10.03
                  2.93
National Forest System       3.12     7.61     27.84
                 43.72
Other Forest Service         53.6    57.84           .
                  9.73
National Park Service           .     9.73           .
                 57.87
Bureau of Land Mgmt        57.87         .           .
                  Service 24.63
Fish and Wildlife24.32                   .    100.15
Dept of Defense49.77       49.77         .           .
Other federal 21.06        21.69     95.71     73.24
State             3.05       3.14    23.38     21.94
                  3.51
County and Municipal         3.51      73.     21.45
                 6
Other Local Govt 1.51      61.51         .           .
Private           1.63       1.66        .     15.02

Tue Dec 06 22:12:05 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:12:05 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
 short tons, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Aboveground dry weight of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total      ######## ######## ######## ########
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 723,092.
           ######## 342,383. 817,038.
Other Forest Service                                  .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
             279,344.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 279,344.              .           .
           ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .   45,302.
             694,950. 694,950.
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                       30,657.   67,661.
State      ######## ######## ######## 961,284.
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 733,841. 916,352.
             187,256. 187,256.
Other Local Govt                          .           .
Private    ######## ########              . ########

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.04       1.08     6.54     10.03
                  2.93
National Forest System       3.12     7.61     27.84
                 43.72
Other Forest Service         53.6    57.84           .
                  9.73
National Park Service           .     9.73           .
                 57.87
Bureau of Land Mgmt        57.87         .           .
                  Service 24.63
Fish and Wildlife24.32                   .    100.15
Dept of Defense49.77       49.77         .           .
Other federal 21.06        21.69     95.71     73.24
State             3.05       3.14    23.38     21.94
                  3.51
County and Municipal         3.51      73.     21.45
                 6
Other Local Govt 1.51      61.51         .           .
Private           1.63       1.66        .     15.02

Tue Dec 06 22:11:54 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:11:54 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
 short tons, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type All live tree and sapling aboveground biomass on forestland (green short tons)
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total      ######## ######## ######## ########
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## ########
           ######## 626,855. ########
Other Forest Service                                  .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
             549,115.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 549,115.              .           .
           ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .   85,941.
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                       57,641. 124,742.
State      ######## ######## ######## ########
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ######## ########
             348,789. 348,789.
Other Local Govt                          .           .
Private    ######## ########              . ########

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.03       1.07     6.47        10.
                  2.91
National Forest System       3.11      7.6     27.62
                 44.17
Other Forest Service       53.05     58.32           .
                  9.56
National Park Service           .     9.56           .
                 58.07
Bureau of Land Mgmt        58.07         .           .
                  Service 24.27
Fish and Wildlife23.96                   .    100.15
Dept of Defense49.72       49.72         .           .
Other federal 21.01        21.63     95.71     72.41
State             3.03       3.12     23.2     21.98
                  3.49
County and Municipal          3.5    71.13     21.37
                 6
Other Local Govt 2.94      62.94         .           .
Private           1.62       1.65        .        15.

Tue Dec 06 22:11:43 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:11:43 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Aboveground dry weight of live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       1.0-2.9    3.0-4.9      5.0-6.9      7.0-8.9      9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9    13.0-14.9
Total       ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
              242,497.
Other yellow pines          1,961.    13,975.      29,372.      44,805.      40,549.      52,277.      17,975.
            ######## 176,321. 656,702.
Eastern white and red pine                      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Jack pine ######## 115,745. 536,393.            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             oaks
Select white######## 441,013. ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 268,272. 544,099.
Select red oaks                                   786,292.   ########     ########     ########     ########
            ########
Other red oaks             39,417.    62,729.     129,514.     172,723.     343,927.    376,354.     518,759.
Hickory     ########       43,428. 135,135.       196,931.     252,721.     202,219.    252,595.     233,473.
Yellow birch########       58,152. 200,615.       130,904.     202,797.     197,593.    123,827.     190,432.
Hard maple######## ######## ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Basswood ######## 401,945. 902,717.             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Black walnut########        7,379.    42,347.      74,088.     129,837.     144,110.    155,540.     169,131.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                    ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
              449,343.     13,075.
Other eastern hard hardwoods          12,485.      61,119.      49,167.      56,941.      49,313.      48,064.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                   874,962.     344,801.     170,347.      90,512.      47,458.

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       1.0-2.9    3.0-4.9    5.0-6.9    7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9
Total            1.04        1.56       1.63       1.31       1.35        1.55     1.76      2.23
                49.76
Other yellow pines          71.95     101.73      44.32      48.52       57.68    58.99   100.98
                 6.19
Eastern white and red pine 11.72       11.66       9.84       9.84        9.09     9.51     11.51
Jack pine        7.25       28.42      17.86      11.17      10.34       10.42    10.39     11.02
                 2.37
Spruce and balsam fir        3.32       3.41       3.47       3.47        4.43     5.79      7.74
                 3.75
Other eastern softwoods      6.18       6.09       5.06       4.97        5.11     5.43      7.04
Select white oaks4.21        8.94      10.16       5.78       5.19        5.77     6.04      7.13
Select red oaks 4.97        10.57      13.11       7.71       6.77        7.22     7.74      7.65
Other red oaks 14.43        31.75      42.62       17.9      22.54       20.13    21.39     21.72
Hickory         12.45       23.65      26.69      13.36      17.01       18.93    21.22     24.19
Yellow birch    12.78       24.81      23.51      18.54      18.73       20.81    29.96     24.99
Hard maple       5.78        6.99       8.83         6.       6.65         7.8     8.42     10.56
Soft maple         4.5       5.61       7.63       4.32       4.78        5.53     7.18     10.01
Ash              3.64        4.36       5.53       3.86       4.19        4.61     5.38      7.44
                 2.09
Cottonwood and aspen         3.49       3.66       3.22       3.05        3.35     3.68      4.28
Basswood         4.64        8.61       9.33       4.98         5.4       6.14      6.7      8.08
Black walnut    15.87       48.03      40.58      20.29       23.4        20.9    25.01     24.96
                 2.39
Other eastern soft hardwoods 4.06       4.39       2.87       3.12        3.69     4.32      6.39
                27.45
Other eastern hard hardwoods37.33      76.33      23.21      32.41       30.26    49.54     45.23
                 4.81        4.87
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods         7.98       7.13      13.03       20.76    34.04     48.56
 short tons, on forest land

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                       15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9    19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9     29.0+
                       ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                          26,009.      15,574.             .             .            .
                       ########     ########     ########      ########       876,608.
                        424,442.     240,816.       66,856.              .            .
                        951,914.     559,208.     164,664.      188,247.              .
                       ########     ########      582,566.      489,725.              .
                       ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                       ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                        411,621.     515,942.     414,036.      974,404.      259,018.
                        106,968.       18,791.             .             .            .
                        240,281.     235,273.       60,951.     232,454.        26,498.
                       ########     ########      864,686.     ########         56,645.
                        961,389.     644,194.     682,251.     ########      ########
                       ########     ########      917,090.     ########       144,351.
                       ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                       ########     ########      759,604.     ########       390,516.
                        116,183.     114,145.       72,516.       60,037.             .
                       ########     ########      629,318.      676,405.      225,495.
                          32,137.      17,103.      24,961.       84,977.             .
                          21,810.      25,934.      12,148.       47,193.             .



                       15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                             2.73      3.44       4.7      4.86    12.96
                          100.98    100.98          .         .        .
                            11.14     10.64     13.23     11.82    26.24
                            24.77     35.51     50.02         .        .
                            12.01     17.14     32.24     39.54        .
                              9.4     11.87     21.58     24.64        .
                             8.36      9.33     11.36      10.1    25.77
                             7.53      9.42     13.09     10.92    31.08
                              24.     22.26     28.73     29.89    61.04
                            39.33     95.01         .         .        .
                            30.06     28.17     58.63     34.33   102.73
                            11.33     14.31     19.37     19.71   101.73
                            12.65     16.32     18.27     21.33    29.89
                             8.92      12.9     17.77     21.12    69.12
                             5.36      7.46     10.36     13.26    37.06
                             9.26     11.33     14.65     15.72    33.61
                             39.1     39.03     67.94     94.43        .
                              8.3     12.38     19.42     21.44    45.02
                            67.86   101.45    101.45      68.91        .
                            69.14     70.57   100.15      70.84        .
Tue Dec 06 22:11:30 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:11:30 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Standing dead tree aboveground biomass on forestland (oven-dry short tons)
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       5.0-6.9    7.0-8.9      9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total       ######## ######## ########         ########     ######## ######## ######## ########
                2,801.
Other yellow pines              .     2,801.            .            .         .         .          .
             838,369.
Eastern white and red pine48,455.    65,124.     107,704.    106,818.    78,971.   81,918. 137,249.
Jack pine ######## 187,280. 397,793.             487,100.    481,819. 231,226. 138,737.      90,301.
            balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########            934,836.    513,802. 258,215.     58,033.   76,394.
            ########
Other eastern softwoods468,022. 655,581.         691,147.    588,900. 277,841. 135,865.      32,780.
             935,452. 129,954.
Select white oaks                    88,184.      96,177.    109,207.    93,469.   93,667.   97,714.
            ########
Select red oaks           66,035. 106,739.       171,324.    164,326. 209,372. 188,015. 188,331.
             336,768.
Other red oaks            18,156.    16,658.      23,489.      30,415.   72,109.   29,169.   17,951.
Hickory       85,848.     18,304.    14,341.       8,981.       5,685.   12,833.         .          .
Yellow birch 127,192.     12,153.    13,451.      12,912.       3,575.   11,727.   10,579.   30,719.
Hard maple 870,677. 101,786. 110,146.            122,644.    150,978. 106,655.     77,928.   45,860.
Soft maple 923,708. 166,972. 234,663.            151,037.    105,844.    47,350.    6,616.   52,880.
Ash         ######## 245,210. 270,075.           248,551.    188,616. 181,858. 105,645.      34,274.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########           ########     ######## ######## ######## 841,250.
Basswood 385,084.         32,413.    44,470.      55,199.      44,549.   30,869.   27,536.   37,681.
Black walnut 19,963.       1,031.     3,262.       7,817.       7,853.         .         .          .
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                   ########     ######## 924,296. 470,223. 341,161.
              17,578.
Other eastern hard hardwoods 501.          .            .      10,213.         .    6,864.          .
             112,384.     50,695.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 28,942.           13,399.      19,347.         .         .          .

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9    9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9 15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9
Total            2.02        2.37        2.67       2.87      3.5      4.59      6.25      8.43
                68.29
Other yellow pines               .      68.29          .        .         .         .          .
                 13.8
Eastern white and red pine 15.24        18.86      21.44    21.37     32.56     31.94     34.89
Jack pine        8.99       12.39       13.57      12.32    11.84     17.71     28.72     42.46
                   3.7
Spruce and balsam fir        4.16        4.79        6.5      9.6     15.24     34.77     42.23
                 9.57
Other eastern softwoods 12.65           13.32      11.71    13.92     21.63     30.26     55.38
                1
Select white oaks7.54       13.35       20.79      22.22    24.92     31.84     34.88     38.79
Select red oaks 11.64       17.65       17.52      21.39    22.21     21.58     26.11      28.4
Other red oaks 27.03        78.57       38.08      56.46    55.27     43.84     66.87     94.13
Hickory         37.05       39.84       44.82      76.88  100.98      94.13         .          .
Yellow birch    31.86       35.73       38.86      60.16    98.28     71.45   102.73      73.15
Hard maple      12.78        14.5       18.33      20.58    22.79     29.75     40.26     77.12
Soft maple      12.54       10.46       11.76      16.48    26.77     39.09     96.34     53.93
Ash             11.25        12.6       14.93      16.09     23.7     24.02     32.36      62.8
                 3.26
Cottonwood and aspen         4.33        4.37       4.98     5.51       6.9      8.38     12.13
Basswood        15.95        17.3       20.32      24.26     28.3     39.84     46.78     52.79
Black walnut    54.66      100.98       94.43      94.13    94.13         .         .          .
                 3.92
Other eastern soft hardwoods 4.85        5.23        5.5     7.54      9.61     15.98      19.6
                66.15      100.86
Other eastern hard hardwoods                .          .    94.13         .     95.01          .
                17.48       17.45
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods          29.4      49.25    58.61         .         .          .
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ######## ######## 431,854.
                         .         .         .
                 105,935. 106,194.           .
                   52,836.   52,522.         .
                   62,777.   96,855.         .
                   29,272.    8,890.   30,557.
                   23,930.   66,194. 136,956.
                 136,070. 218,433.     63,438.
                   49,723.   79,099.         .
                         .   25,704.         .
                   18,462.   13,613.         .
                   48,951. 105,728.          .
                         .   84,070.   74,276.
                         .         .         .
                 594,746. 414,244.     31,296.
                         .   90,407.   21,960.
                         .         .         .
                 204,359. 261,747.     73,372.
                         .         .         .
                         .         .         .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                     11.23     13.07    39.02
                         .         .         .
                     34.13     40.86         .
                      58.8     98.82         .
                     46.79     47.37         .
                     72.46   103.85     96.24
                   101.73      59.89    94.13
                      36.5      39.3   101.45
                     66.98     68.19         .
                         .     94.13         .
                   100.04    100.04          .
                     61.43     49.81         .
                         .     53.28    74.03
                         .         .         .
                     17.11     26.71   100.15
                         .     46.25    94.13
                         .         .         .
                     27.29     29.98    66.17
                         .         .         .
                         .         .         .
Tue Dec 06 22:11:13 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:11:13 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type All live tree and sapling aboveground biomass on forestland (green short tons)
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Diameter class: current


Estimate:
            Diameter class: current
Species group
            Total       1.0-2.9    3.0-4.9      5.0-6.9      7.0-8.9      9.0-10.9     11.0-12.9    13.0-14.9
Total       ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
              411,140.
Other yellow pines          3,324.    23,694.      49,798.      75,964.      68,749.      88,633.      30,476.
            ######## 321,908. ########
Eastern white and red pine                      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Jack pine ######## 221,921. ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             oaks
Select white######## 836,562. ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 499,940. ########
Select red oaks                                 ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ########
Other red oaks             71,960. 114,519.       236,510.     315,556.     628,767.    688,799.     951,601.
Hickory     ########       62,649. 196,862.       287,265.     369,498.     299,448.    366,077.     327,984.
Yellow birch########       92,943. 320,641.       209,222.     324,128.     315,811.    197,911.     304,365.
Hard maple######## ######## ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Basswood ######## 755,159. ########             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Black walnut########       14,254.    81,796.     143,106.     250,789.     278,359.    300,436.     326,689.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                    ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
              769,338.     22,326.
Other eastern hard hardwoods          20,341.     102,748.      84,082.      96,028.      80,538.      81,122.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                 ########       652,395.     323,686.    173,019.       91,347.

Sampling error percent:
           Diameter class: current
Species group
           Total       1.0-2.9    3.0-4.9    5.0-6.9     7.0-8.9     9.0-10.9 11.0-12.9 13.0-14.9
Total            1.03        1.57       1.63       1.32        1.36        1.55     1.76      2.23
                49.76
Other yellow pines          71.95     101.73      44.32       48.52       57.68    58.99   100.98
                 6.17
Eastern white and red pine 11.85       11.76       9.94        9.93        9.18     9.54     11.59
Jack pine        7.25       28.42      17.86      11.17       10.34       10.42    10.39     11.02
                 2.34
Spruce and balsam fir        3.29       3.38       3.44        3.43        4.38     5.75      7.69
                 3.75
Other eastern softwoods      6.17       6.08       5.09           5.       5.12     5.43      7.03
Select white oaks4.21        8.94      10.16       5.78        5.19        5.77     6.04      7.13
Select red oaks 4.97        10.57      13.11       7.71        6.77        7.22     7.74      7.65
Other red oaks 14.42        31.75      42.62      17.89       22.53       20.11    21.36     21.69
Hickory         12.19       23.21      26.87      13.24       16.72       18.92     21.4     24.13
Yellow birch    12.78       24.81      23.51      18.54       18.73       20.81    29.96     24.99
Hard maple       5.78        6.99       8.83          6.       6.65         7.8     8.42     10.56
Soft maple         4.5       5.61       7.63       4.32        4.78        5.53     7.19     10.01
Ash              3.64        4.38       5.55       3.89        4.22        4.64      5.4      7.36
                 2.07
Cottonwood and aspen         3.49       3.66       3.23        3.05        3.36     3.68      4.26
Basswood         4.64        8.61       9.33       4.98          5.4       6.14      6.7      8.08
Black walnut    15.87       48.03      40.58      20.29        23.4        20.9    25.01     24.96
                 2.42
Other eastern soft hardwoods 4.         4.33         2.8       3.04        3.62     4.29      6.38
                29.13
Other eastern hard hardwoods37.05      74.98         23.      32.59        30.5    48.92     44.67
                 4.83        4.89
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods         7.99       7.14       13.08       20.92     34.2     48.27
NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9    19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9     29.0+
                ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                   44,097.      26,405.             .             .            .
                ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                 813,796.     461,725.     128,186.               .            .
                ########      996,486.     290,823.      329,841.              .
                ########     ########     ########       927,483.              .
                ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                 754,886.     945,279.     755,871.     ########       472,868.
                 153,325.       30,279.             .             .            .
                 384,038.     376,034.       97,418.     371,528.        42,351.
                ########     ########     ########      ########       106,481.
                ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                ########     ########     ########      ########       246,107.
                ########     ########     ########      ########      ########
                ########     ########     ########      ########       733,686.
                 224,415.     220,479.     140,070.      115,966.              .
                ########     ########     ########      ########       431,099.
                   50,772.      32,993.      48,153.     150,235.              .
                   42,071.      49,920.      23,877.       92,756.             .



                15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      2.73      3.44       4.7      4.83    12.89
                   100.98    100.98          .         .        .
                     11.23     10.69     13.25     11.68    26.22
                     24.77     35.51     50.02         .        .
                     11.91     17.22     32.26     39.54        .
                      9.43     11.92     21.63     24.64        .
                      8.36      9.33     11.36      10.1    25.78
                      7.53      9.42     13.09     10.92    31.08
                     24.01     22.27     28.73     29.84    61.04
                     39.39     95.01         .         .        .
                     30.06     28.17     58.63     34.33   102.73
                     11.33     14.31     19.37     19.71   101.73
                     12.65     16.32     18.27     21.34    29.89
                       8.9     12.84     17.65     21.26    69.12
                      5.36      7.45     10.41     12.79    37.06
                      9.26     11.33     14.65     15.72    33.61
                      39.1     39.03     67.94     94.43        .
                      8.34     12.34     19.58     22.34      45.
                     67.86   101.45    101.45      70.44        .
                     69.07     70.38   100.15      70.84        .
Tue Dec 06 22:11:03 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:11:03 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Aboveground carbon in live trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total      ######## ######## ######## ########
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 361,546.
              Service
Other Forest 579,710. 171,191. 408,519.               .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
             139,672.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 139,672.              .           .
           ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .   22,651.
             347,475. 347,475.
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                       15,328.   33,831.
State      ######## ######## ######## 480,642.
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 366,921. 458,176.
               93,628.
Other Local Govt          93,628.         .           .
Private    ######## ########              . ########

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.04       1.08     6.54     10.03
                  2.93
National Forest System       3.12     7.61     27.84
                 43.72
Other Forest Service         53.6    57.84           .
                  9.73
National Park Service           .     9.73           .
                 57.87
Bureau of Land Mgmt        57.87         .           .
                  Service 24.63
Fish and Wildlife24.32                   .    100.15
Dept of Defense49.77       49.77         .           .
Other federal 21.06        21.69     95.71     73.24
State             3.05       3.14    23.38     21.94
                  3.51
County and Municipal         3.51      73.     21.45
                 6
Other Local Govt 1.51      61.51         .           .
Private           1.63       1.66        .     15.02

Tue Dec 06 22:10:41 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:10:41 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
ort tons, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Above and belowground carbon in standing-dead trees (at least 1 inch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total      ######## ######## ######## 430,434.
           ########
National Forest System######## ########       66,537.
              92,927.
Other Forest Service      26,621.  66,305.           .
              Service
National Park247,413.           . 247,413.           .
              28,138.
Bureau of Land Mgmt       28,138.        .           .
             146,946.
Fish and Wildlife Service146,946.        .           .
              33,055.
Dept of Defense           33,055.        .           .
Other federal186,809. 179,161.      3,665.     3,983.
State      ######## ######## 161,521.         81,336.
            Municipal
County and ######## ########       24,703.    70,183.
              12,057.
Other Local Govt          12,057.        .           .
Private    ######## ########             . 208,396.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total              .79        .84     4.26       9.77
                  2.23
National Forest System       2.53     5.11     26.45
                 43.43
Other Forest Service       54.11     56.85           .
                  6.78
National Park Service           .     6.78           .
                 44.31
Bureau of Land Mgmt        44.31         .           .
                  21.9
Fish and Wildlife Service    21.9        .           .
Dept of Defense41.03       41.03         .           .
Other federal 20.28        20.91     95.71     90.04
State             2.64       2.73    20.88     21.78
                  3.09
County and Municipal         3.13    62.44     23.37
                 6
Other Local Govt 2.41      62.41         .           .
Private           1.33       1.36        .     14.16

Tue Dec 06 22:10:24 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:10:24 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
nch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual net growth of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland                Census
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water Denied access
Total      ######## ######## -940,780. ######## -179,232. -327,966. -356,086.                  .
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 174,520.                .         .         .          .
              Service
Other Forest 144,230. 468,233. -324,003.              .         .         .         .          .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .         .         .         .          .
             505,308.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 505,308.              .           .         .         .         .          .
           ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .   37,588.           .         .         .          .
             505,638. 505,638.
Dept of Defense                           .           .         .         .         .          .
           ######## ######## -36,295.
Other federal                                 56,378.           .         .         .          .
State      ######## ######## ######## 421,309.                  .         .         .          .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ######## ########                  .         .         .          .
             679,952. 679,952.
Other Local Govt                          .           .         .         .         .          .
Private    ######## ########              . ########            .         .         .          .
Other       -863,284.           .         .           . -179,232. -327,966. -356,086.          .

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland               Census    Denied access
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total             3.39       3.13  -585.74     32.04      -414.38 -100.25    -92.43          .
                 14.63
National Forest System       8.38  -370.09    156.59            .       .         .          .
               487.53
Other Forest Service       76.99   -186.34           .          .       .         .          .
              -104.61
National Park Service           .  -104.61           .          .       .         .          .
                 87.44
Bureau of Land Mgmt        87.44         .           .          .       .         .          .
                  Service 31.82
Fish and Wildlife31.46                   .    100.25            .       .         .          .
               1
Dept of Defense67.22      167.22         .           .          .       .         .          .
Other federal 36.15        36.46    -95.82     88.78            .       .         .          .
State             8.34        8.5    58.65     47.87            .       .         .          .
                  7.21
County and Municipal         7.31     77.7     36.75            .       .         .          .
                 6
Other Local Govt 6.15      66.15         .           .          .       .         .          .
Private           4.32       4.33        .     50.56            .       .         .          .
Other         -101.52           .        .           .    -414.38 -100.25    -92.43          .

Tue Dec 06 22:10:08 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:10:08 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
 c.), in cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                        Hazardous
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .



                        Hazardous
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .
                                .


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual net growth of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand-size class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      NonstockedOther
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## -863,284.
             ######## ######## ######## ########
White / red / jack pine group                                   .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                                              .         .
             ######## ######## 213,233.
Other eastern softwoods group                  47,269.          .         .
               846,002.
Exotic softwoods group 746,616.            .   99,386.          .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group                                                .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                             .         .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## 752,636.               .         .
             ######## ######## ######## 661,605.
Maple / beech / birch group                                     .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                                             .         .
             ########
Other hardwoods group 873,437. ######## ########                .         .
               823,485.
Exotic hardwoods group 288,475. 422,003. 113,006.               .         .
Nonstocked########               .         .          . ########          .
Other         -863,284.          .         .          .         . -863,284.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                 Medium diameter diameter
                        Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked Other
Total              3.39       6.01      3.96     10.49      -62.56   -101.52
                   pine
White / red / jack 8.27 group11.73     11.35     95.63           .         .
Spruce / fir group 8.01      25.68      9.83     14.47           .         .
                  63.33
Other eastern softwoods group 76.8     96.58     67.05           .         .
                  52.01
Exotic softwoods group       57.35         .   102.24            .         .
Oak / pine group22.79        40.76     27.33     35.63           .         .
Oak / hickory group7.16       8.84     12.63     27.57           .         .
                  10.95
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 15.21     13.13   198.73            .         .
                  14.64
Maple / beech / birch group 19.78      19.56   152.43            .         .
Aspen / birch group6.16      36.37      6.18       14.8          .         .
                  35.85
Other hardwoods group        76.56     46.15     80.37           .         .
                  54.68
Exotic hardwoods group       85.02     87.49     70.46           .         .
Nonstocked       -62.56          .         .          .     -62.56         .
Other           -101.52          .         .          .          .   -101.52

Tue Dec 06 22:09:55 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:09:55 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
 c.), in cubic feet, on forest land

NT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual net growth of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local       Other
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########              -863,284.
              842,459.
Other yellow pines                .          .          . 842,459.            .
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                                             103,020.
Jack pine ######## ######## 123,658. ######## ########                  79,623.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## 779,774. ######## ########                 49,208.
            ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                 6,477. ######## ########      -228,460.
             oaks
Select white######## 503,226. 455,523. ######## ########                74,736.
            ######## 681,699. 310,420. ######## ########
Select red oaks                                                        101,018.
            ########
Other red oaks             -1,070.    92,707. 495,851. ########               .
Hickory     ########              .          .    66,531. ########            .
Yellow birch 572,852. 235,940.         -3,087. -47,687. 387,685.              .
Hard maple######## 666,418.           64,857. ######## ########         40,727.
Soft maple ######## ######## 775,731. ######## ########               -548,590.
Ash         ######## ######## 474,021. ######## ########              -383,572.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## 223,110. -728,947. ######## ########                368,664.
Basswood ######## 662,128. 273,880. ######## ########                   49,911.
Black walnut########              .          . 503,075. ########              .
            ######## ######## 211,512. ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                                          -556,084.
              842,578.
Other eastern hard hardwoods .               . -66,667. 909,245.              .
            ########      20,650.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 53,721. 990,698. ########              -13,486.

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other
                       National Forest federal           Private
                                              State and local        Other
Total            3.39       14.67      66.78        5.35       4.32    -101.52
                43.28
Other yellow pines               .          .          .      43.28          .
                 7.07
Eastern white and red pine 11.23       93.13       12.05      11.76      69.72
Jack pine        23.6       48.14      96.31       26.83      50.62      53.04
                 6.32
Spruce and balsam fir       13.28      37.67        9.39      11.39      50.01
                14.39
Other eastern softwoods 83.13 10,378.31            17.15      22.12     -96.76
Select white oaks9.88       30.45      26.78       22.99      11.38      47.17
Select red oaks 10.15       36.64     110.45       23.45      11.72      38.37
Other red oaks 31.85     -603.35       43.91       37.36      38.33          .
Hickory         19.06            .          .      64.21       19.8          .
Yellow birch    75.44       67.07       -88.8    -664.16      63.86          .
Hard maple      13.45       71.29      61.26       15.59      19.98      73.52
Soft maple       8.91        17.7      40.64       13.34      12.07     -99.07
Ash                8.7      42.64        36.7      14.05      10.76     -86.82
                 8.07
Cottonwood and aspen 1,247.83        -250.94       11.98         8.8     65.67
Basswood        12.05       91.95      60.47       20.61      14.52      60.28
Black walnut    22.92            .          .      84.39      18.36          .
                20.71      -60.05
Other eastern soft hardwoods          197.24        49.7      16.45     -74.18
                28.54
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .    -117.51      24.99          .
                33.03     189.32
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods        70.82       64.64      37.47     -112.4
c.), in cubic feet, on forest land

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Tue Dec 06 22:09:36 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:09:36 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual net growth of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local        Other
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########               -123,365.
              551,244.
Other yellow pines                .          .          . 551,244.             .
            ######## ######## 936,914. ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                                              100,444.
Jack pine ######## ########           99,488. ######## ########          77,033.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## 460,485. ######## ########                  48,327.
            ######## ######## -122,210. ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                                                -206,859.
             oaks
Select white######## 467,313. 363,108. ######## ########                 47,761.
            ######## 553,345. 505,867. ######## ########
Select red oaks                                                          76,339.
            ########
Other red oaks                    .     9,899. 377,335. ########               .
Hickory     ########              .          .    61,274. ########             .
Yellow birch######## 209,928.          -2,837. 654,906. 198,607.               .
Hard maple######## ######## 116,823. ######## ########                   38,404.
Soft maple ######## ######## 502,788. ######## ########                -301,696.
Ash         ######## ######## 307,558. ######## ########               -376,197.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ########                  353,066.
Basswood ######## 673,435. 221,044. ######## ########                    36,502.
Black walnut########              .          . 216,681. ########               .
            ######## 694,349.
Other eastern soft hardwoods          53,130. ######## ########         -16,489.
              553,369.
Other eastern hard hardwoods .               . -62,918. 616,287.               .
                      .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods   .          .          .         .            .

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other
                       National Forest federal           Private
                                              State and local        Other
Total              2.9       8.07      24.87        5.05       4.06    -474.85
                40.98
Other yellow pines               .          .          .      40.98           .
                 7.47
Eastern white and red pine 11.99       62.45       12.11      12.42      69.56
Jack pine       17.04       26.91      65.56       26.35      39.49      53.48
                 5.87
Spruce and balsam fir       11.19      47.76        9.13      10.65      50.09
                 12.2
Other eastern softwoods      22.3    -532.15       16.49      20.49     -95.91
Select white oaks8.02       31.06      35.93       20.32       9.06      60.93
Select red oaks 8.9         38.39      51.92       13.14      11.73      40.83
Other red oaks 24.37             .     80.91       40.59      27.13           .
Hickory         19.66            .          .      66.39      20.46           .
Yellow birch    70.32       52.41       -88.8    111.89       42.76           .
Hard maple      13.07       34.68      44.57       14.76      21.29      73.52
Soft maple       8.06       19.19      52.06       15.98       9.43    -115.66
Ash              8.02       27.51      39.78       14.83       9.87       -84.4
                 5.88
Cottonwood and aspen        28.71      35.64        9.66         7.8     65.03
Basswood        10.17       86.22      64.95       19.31       11.9        60.1
Black walnut    19.68            .          .      69.72         20.          .
                17.01     125.18
Other eastern soft hardwoods          447.24       52.18      17.44    -640.73
                34.92
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .     -117.4      28.96           .
                     .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods  .          .          .           .          .
s d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland

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Tue Dec 06 22:09:22 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:09:22 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual mortality of trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland              Census   Denied access
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total      ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 359,821. 417,528.                   .
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 463,501.                .       .        .          .
           ########
Other Forest Service      93,973. ########            .         .       .        .          .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .         .       .        .          .
             340,077.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 340,077.              .           .         .       .        .          .
           ######## ########
Fish and Wildlife Service                 .           .         .       .        .          .
             955,284. 955,284.
Dept of Defense                           .           .         .       .        .          .
           ######## ########
Other federal                       52,130.           .         .       .        .          .
State      ######## ######## ######## 394,602.                  .       .        .          .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 116,435. 229,791.                  .       .        .          .
              22,095.
Other Local Govt          22,095.         .           .         .       .        .          .
Private    ######## ########              . ########            .       .        .          .
Other      ########             .         .           . ######## 359,821. 417,528.          .

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland              Census    Denied access
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total             2.59       2.43    13.97     22.21        42.16 100.25     92.89          .
                  8.03
National Forest System       6.66    17.48     53.23            .      .         .          .
                 89.82
Other Forest Service       63.13      97.5           .          .      .         .          .
                 29.85
National Park Service           .    29.85           .          .      .         .          .
                 61.57
Bureau of Land Mgmt        61.57         .           .          .      .         .          .
                  Service 31.24
Fish and Wildlife31.24                   .           .          .      .         .          .
Dept of Defense69.16       69.16         .           .          .      .         .          .
Other federal 30.64        31.48     95.82           .          .      .         .          .
State             6.15        6.3    36.51       42.4           .      .         .          .
                  6.02
County and Municipal         6.05    92.68     60.52            .      .         .          .
                 9
Other Local Govt 2.68      92.68         .           .          .      .         .          .
Private            3.5       3.54        .       29.5           .      .         .          .
Other            35.89          .        .           .      42.16 100.25     92.89          .

Tue Dec 06 22:09:07 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:09:07 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual mortality of trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in trees, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand-size class


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      NonstockedOther
Total        ######## ######## ######## ######## 668,518. 275,075.
             ######## ######## 515,185. 235,632.
White / red / jack pine group                                    .        .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                                               .        .
                 4,507.
Other eastern softwoods group4,507.         .          .         .        .
                11,352.
Exotic softwoods group 11,352.              .          .         .        .
               615,731. 364,237. 220,481.
Oak / pine group                                31,013.          .        .
             ######## ######## ######## 152,363.
Oak / hickory group                                              .        .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## 814,042.                .        .
             ######## ######## 906,811. 123,585.
Maple / beech / birch group                                      .        .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                                              .        .
               256,185.
Other hardwoods group        4,230.   19,087. 232,868.           .        .
Exotic hardwoods group .          .         .          .         .        .
Nonstocked 668,518.               .         .          . 668,518.         .
Other          275,075.           .         .          .         . 275,075.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      NonstockedOther
Total              2.33        3.93      3.54       6.96     42.85     38.94
                  15.22
White / red / jack pine group15.09      21.03     92.16          .         .
Spruce / fir group 6.29      14.56       8.34     12.85          .         .
                  92.68
Other eastern softwoods group92.68          .          .         .         .
                    71.
Exotic softwoods group          71.         .          .         .         .
Oak / pine group23.61        25.32      50.57     54.07          .         .
Oak / hickory group6.06        6.74     12.74       24.9         .         .
                    8.1
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 12.98      11.81     19.79          .         .
                   7.84
Maple / beech / birch group 10.67       12.24     35.39          .         .
Aspen / birch group3.58        6.94      5.02       9.37         .         .
                  25.58
Other hardwoods group        93.45      65.04     27.58          .         .
Exotic hardwoods group .          .         .          .         .         .
Nonstocked        42.85           .         .          .     42.85         .
Other             38.94           .         .          .         .     38.94

Tue Dec 06 22:08:53 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:08:53 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual mortality of trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private    Other
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
               10,880.
Other yellow pines                .         .          .    10,880.         .
            ######## ######## 645,971. ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                                                  .
Jack pine ######## ######## 261,096. ######## ########                      .
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########               11,132.
            ######## ######## 837,079. ######## ######## 252,807.
Other eastern softwoods
             oaks
Select white########      40,247.           . ######## ########             .
            ######## 147,931. 279,839. ######## ########
Select red oaks                                                             .
            ########
Other red oaks            11,801.           . 205,591. ########             .
Hickory       510,332.            .         .    44,268. 466,065.           .
Yellow birch 765,092. 122,985.              . 369,481. 272,626.             .
Hard maple######## ########           83,592. ######## ########             .
Soft maple ######## 814,001. 147,161. ######## ######## 651,339.
Ash         ######## ######## 172,424. ######## ######## 569,883.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 269,849.
Basswood ######## 791,637. 150,123. ######## ########                       .
Black walnut 119,112.             .         .          . 119,112.           .
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 829,951.
Other eastern soft hardwoods
               97,756.
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .    97,756.          .         .
            ########      60,517.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 19,633. 146,069. ########             21,001.

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other
                       National Forest federal           Private
                                              State and local        Other
Total            2.59        7.96      20.19        4.12         3.5     35.89
                93.45
Other yellow pines               .          .          .      93.45           .
                21.49
Eastern white and red pine 44.17       98.82       37.77      30.62           .
Jack pine       15.29       32.04      51.03       23.52      20.68           .
                 4.48
Spruce and balsam fir        9.54      23.33        6.61       8.34      97.86
                12.91
Other eastern softwoods 50.28          76.99       17.05      19.34        94.9
                2
Select white oaks6.69       63.88           .      34.99      33.47           .
Select red oaks 15.48       58.53      89.64       31.13      17.13           .
Other red oaks 31.38      102.67            .      64.67      34.48           .
Hickory         37.04            .          .      70.65         40.          .
Yellow birch    36.45        76.4           .      48.88      69.92           .
Hard maple      14.95       32.28      90.25       23.15      22.46           .
Soft maple      15.52       23.33      44.28       31.25       17.7      88.83
Ash             12.17       47.83      54.01       16.88      17.49      72.83
                 3.85
Cottonwood and aspen        11.05      26.23        6.16       5.31      58.62
Basswood        18.32       51.72        68.5      27.17      24.53           .
Black walnut    63.03            .          .          .      63.03           .
                 5.32
Other eastern soft hardwoods 16.       30.97        8.93       6.75      56.43
                92.68
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .      92.68           .          .
                18.97       50.64
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods        69.41       28.91      21.87      92.68
 cubic feet, on forest land

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Tue Dec 06 22:08:34 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:08:34 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual mortality of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private    Other
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
               10,546.
Other yellow pines                .         .          .    10,546.         .
            ######## 940,958.
Eastern white and red pine             7,553. ######## ########             .
Jack pine ######## ########                 . ######## ########             .
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## 435,143. ######## ########               10,991.
            ######## ######## 806,801. ######## ######## 227,456.
Other eastern softwoods
             oaks
Select white########      31,953.           . 727,463. ########             .
            ########
Select red oaks           73,710.     24,407. ######## ########             .
Other red oaks596,663.            .         . 182,920. 413,743.             .
Hickory       421,204.            .         .    42,386. 378,818.           .
Yellow birch 367,133.     33,337.           . 267,234.      66,561.         .
Hard maple######## 587,249.            6,738. ######## ########             .
Soft maple ######## 358,030.                . ######## ######## 378,938.
Ash         ######## 287,129. 126,655. ######## ######## 543,689.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 249,095.
Basswood ######## 736,019. 137,897. ######## ########                       .
Black walnut 111,772.             .         .          . 111,772.           .
            ######## ######## 612,633. ######## ######## 142,473.
Other eastern soft hardwoods
               92,178.
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .    92,178.          .         .
                      .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods   .         .          .          .         .

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other     State and local
                       National Forest federal          Private     Other
Total            2.56        7.42      25.64        4.3         3.7     39.25
                93.45
Other yellow pines               .         .          .      93.45          .
                22.59
Eastern white and red pine 50.83       96.49      42.49      31.45          .
Jack pine       13.45       28.02          .       24.4      19.33          .
                 4.51
Spruce and balsam fir        8.77      37.16       6.79       8.51      97.86
                12.81
Other eastern softwoods 34.27          77.92      17.93      20.32      94.46
Select white oaks17.8       73.72          .      41.85      19.37          .
Select red oaks 15.29       69.54      92.68      23.85      19.63          .
Other red oaks 37.48             .         .      68.38      44.87          .
Hickory         41.96            .         .      70.65      45.98          .
Yellow birch    47.18       83.84          .      59.58      93.45          .
Hard maple      19.64       44.38     100.78      27.05      30.61          .
Soft maple      19.57       33.29          .      38.12      18.47      97.86
Ash              14.2       39.19      54.84      18.89      21.34      72.77
                 3.93
Cottonwood and aspen        12.35      37.53       6.38       5.52      60.44
Basswood        18.72       52.95      71.48      31.53      25.95          .
Black walnut    63.03            .         .          .      63.03          .
                 5.43
Other eastern soft hardwoods15.58      36.69       9.58       7.43      63.16
                92.68
Other eastern hard hardwoods .             .      92.68           .         .
                     .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods  .         .          .           .         .
d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland

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Tue Dec 06 22:08:18 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:08:18 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual removals of live trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h./d.r.c.), in cubic feet, on forest land
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland              Census    Denied access
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total      ######## ########             . ######## ########           .         .          .
           ########
National Forest System########           .    90,869.          .       .         .          .
Other Forest Service .          .        .           .         .       .         .          .
National Park Service.          .        .           .         .       .         .          .
             676,628.
Bureau of Land Mgmt 676,628.             .           .         .       .         .          .
                     .
Fish and Wildlife Service       .        .           .         .       .         .          .
Dept of Defense      .          .        .           .         .       .         .          .
           ######## ########
Other federal                            .           .         .       .         .          .
State      ######## ########             . 423,443.            .       .         .          .
            Municipal
County and ######## ########             . ########            .       .         .          .
Other Local Govt     .          .        .           .         .       .         .          .
Private    ######## ########             . ########            .       .         .          .
Other      ########             .        .           . ########        .         .          .

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland              Census    Denied access
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total             5.84       6.17        .       39.9       19.11      .         .          .
                 27.06
National Forest System     27.34         .    100.32            .      .         .          .
Other Forest Service .          .        .           .          .      .         .          .
National Park Service.          .        .           .          .      .         .          .
                 97.66
Bureau of Land Mgmt        97.66         .           .          .      .         .          .
                     .
Fish and Wildlife Service       .        .           .          .      .         .          .
Dept of Defense      .          .        .           .          .      .         .          .
Other federal 96.68        96.68         .           .          .      .         .          .
State            13.23     13.32         .     97.86            .      .         .          .
                 12.87
County and Municipal       13.12         .     57.97            .      .         .          .
Other Local Govt     .          .        .           .          .      .         .          .
Private           8.54       8.63        .       58.9           .      .         .          .
Other            19.11          .        .           .      19.11      .         .          .

Tue Dec 06 22:08:01 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:08:01 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Average annual removals of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): MINNESOTA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMO
Page variable=None
Row variable=Species group
Column variable=Ownership group


Estimate:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private      Other
Total       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########              ########
Other yellow pines .              .         .          .          .           .
            ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  . ######## ########       ########
Jack pine ######## ######## ######## ######## ########                ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ########                . ######## ########        579,045.
            ########
Other eastern softwoods294,075.             . ######## 931,367.         37,988.
             oaks
Select white########              .         . 526,942. ########        973,114.
            ######## 228,179.
Select red oaks                             . ######## ########       ########
Other red oaks779,039.            .         . 327,539. 451,500.               .
Hickory        19,973.            .         .    19,973.          .           .
Yellow birch 496,390.             .         .    59,684. 436,706.             .
Hard maple######## 108,894.                 . ######## ########        561,382.
Soft maple ######## 112,747.                . ######## ########        607,705.
Ash         ######## 389,456.               . ######## ########       ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ########           10,100. ######## ########       ########
Basswood ######## 270,113.                  . ######## ########        680,570.
Black walnut 677,019.             .         . 525,204. 151,815.               .
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Other eastern soft hardwoods                . ######## ########        646,043.
              120,659.
Other eastern hard hardwoods .              .    73,411.    47,249.           .
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Eastern noncommercial hardwoods   .         .          .          .           .

Sampling error percent:
           Ownership group
Species group
           Total                   Other     State and local
                       National Forest federal          Private    Other
Total            5.77       25.28      72.48       8.79       8.51     19.27
Other yellow pines .             .         .          .          .          .
                29.57
Eastern white and red pine 53.08           .      32.53      33.25     73.55
Jack pine       17.39         52.      72.63      26.28      29.38     50.53
                11.15
Spruce and balsam fir       30.96          .      15.98      18.25     40.71
                26.71
Other eastern softwoods 65.28              .      32.81      46.36     68.64
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Select white oaks8.05            .         .      56.79      34.27     67.23
Select red oaks 24.8      105.43           .      39.54      37.65     46.02
Other red oaks 52.09             .         .      92.68      59.93          .
Hickory         97.53            .         .      97.53          .          .
Yellow birch    66.84            .         .      72.03      75.34          .
Hard maple      27.86       86.99          .      34.36      44.31     77.06
Soft maple      17.13       77.05          .      20.23       32.4     62.22
Ash             22.38       55.92          .      35.35      34.87     54.66
                 7.96
Cottonwood and aspen        41.02      97.66      11.81      11.53     30.78
Basswood        24.08     100.78           .      43.76      32.19       59.7
Black walnut    58.52            .         .      71.14      87.17          .
                12.82
Other eastern soft hardwoods34.52          .      19.82      19.43     35.91
                68.26
Other eastern hard hardwoods .             .      92.68      98.23          .
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Eastern noncommercial hardwoods  .         .          .          .          .
d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland

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Tue Dec 06 22:07:16 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Tue Dec 06 22:07:16 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.

								
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