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PT01~Area of sampled and nonsampled land, in acres, within U.S. boundary~None~Land use~Land Use - Major~512010~
PT02~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
PT03~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Site productivity class~512010~
PT04~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Ownership group~512010~
PT05~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~512010~
PT06~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand age~512010~
PT07~Area of forest land, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~512010~
PT08~Area of timberland, in acres~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~512010~
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~5120
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~5
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~512010~




None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
  forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
 rland~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
  est land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
  est land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~512010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~512010~
  est land~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
  est land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
  est land~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~512010~
  feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand origin~512010~
on timberland~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
   timberland~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
   timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
ons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
ons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
ons)~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
ons, on forest land~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
ns)~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
ons)~None~Species group~Diameter class: current~512010~
   on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
  h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
 ubic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
 ubic feet, on forest land~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~512010~
 ubic feet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
 , in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
eet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
on timberland~None~Forest type group~Stand-size class~512010~
eet, on forest land~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
 n cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
 bic feet, on forest land~None~Ownership all classes~Land Use - Major~512010~
 in cubic feet, on timberland~None~Species group~Ownership group~512010~
Estimate type Area of sampled and nonsampled land, in acres, within U.S. boundary
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
Page variable=None
Row variable=Land use
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
Land use Land Use - Major
           Total                           Other forestland               Census    Denied access
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total       ######## ######## 411,439.        41,632. ######## 116,819. ########      41,316.
Timberland ######## ########             .           .         .        .         .          .
               41,632.
Other forestland                .        .    41,632.          .        .         .          .
              411,439.
Reserved productive forestland . 411,439.            .         .        .         .          .
Nonforest ########              .        .           . ########         .         .          .
              water
Non-Census 116,819.             .        .           .         . 116,819.         .          .
Census water########            .        .           .         .        . ########           .
Denied access41,316.            .        .           .         .        .         .   41,316.
Hazardous      84,859.          .        .           .         .        .         .          .

Sampling error percent:
Land use Land Use - Major
           Total                          Other forestland              Census    Denied access
                      TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total               .        .75     11.6     35.98        1.13   18.71       1.5     37.91
Timberland        .75        .75        .           .         .       .         .          .
Other forestland35.98          .        .     35.98           .       .         .          .
                 11.6
Reserved productive forestland .     11.6           .         .       .         .          .
Nonforest        1.13          .        .           .      1.13       .         .          .
Non-Census water18.71          .        .           .         .   18.71         .          .
Census water      1.5          .        .           .         .       .       1.5          .
Denied access 37.91            .        .           .         .       .         .     37.91
Hazardous       24.19          .        .           .         .       .         .          .

Wed Dec 07 00:47:52 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:52 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                     Hazardous
                       84,859.
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                       84,859.



                     Hazardous
                         24.19
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                             .
                         24.19


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Area of forest land, in acres
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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      ######## ######## 414,046.         41,885.
           ########
National Forest System########     45,838.    24,383.
              Service
National Park215,305.           . 215,305.           .
              89,372.
Fish and Wildlife Service       .  89,372.           .
             159,761. 159,761.
Dept of Defense                          .           .
Other federal 70,949.     70,949.        .           .
State        331,484. 291,608.     39,876.           .
             229,653.
County and Municipal 205,998.      23,655.           .
Other Local Govt1,571.     1,571.        .           .
Private    ######## ########             .    17,502.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total              .66        .73    11.59     35.98
                  4.67
National Forest System       4.79    35.05     49.44
                 16.01
National Park Service           .    16.01           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife25.49          .    25.49           .
Dept of Defense18.64       18.64         .           .
Other federal     27.5       27.5        .           .
State             12.9     13.75     38.09           .
                 15.11
County and Municipal       15.93     48.16           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.08       1.08        .     51.76

Wed Dec 07 00:47:43 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:43 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ########       23,278. 428,871. ######## ########    ######## ########        41,885.
               173,455.
White / red / jack pine group      .         . 88,671.  15,513.      56,483.    12,788.          .
Spruce / fir group7,631.           .         .        .  1,519.            .     6,112.          .
             ########        5,694. 159,507. 425,383. 976,738.
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group                                   ######## 114,926.         7,626.
                76,090.
Other eastern softwoods group .              .        .  8,966.      50,357.    16,768.          .
             ########
Oak / pine group             6,098. 101,029. 203,510. 392,468.     739,006. 254,631.             .
             ########
Oak / hickory group          7,267. 144,123. 549,708. ########    ######## ########        26,972.
               381,769.
Oak / gum / cypress group 1,423.       24,212. 30,910.  85,920.    139,530.     99,774.          .
               394,419.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 2,796.          . 36,490. 122,892.    197,418.     34,823.          .
               364,059.
Maple / beech / birch group        .         . 33,768.  67,007.    177,114.     82,067.     4,104.
                  4,272.
Aspen / birch group                .         .   1,638.       .       2,634.          .          .
                28,857.
Other hardwoods group              .         .   4,506. 10,838.      13,514.          .          .
                41,173.
Exotic hardwoods group             .         .        . 18,242.      22,931.          .          .
Nonstocked 95,716.                 .         .   4,644. 34,945.      34,123.    18,822.     3,183.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Site productivity class
             Total       225+        165-224 120-164 85-119     50-84      20-49      0-19
Total                .66      48.36      10.79    5.85      3.3       2.08       3.66      35.98
                  16.25
White / red / jack pine group      .         .    22.6   57.41      29.06      58.34           .
Spruce / fir group81.21            .         .       .   98.78           .     98.37           .
                   3.67      102.62
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group          17.37   10.46    6.89        6.24     20.63       81.81
                  24.86
Other eastern softwoods group .              .       .   67.74      31.42      50.25           .
Oak / pine group 5.26          99.3       22.4   15.86   11.17        8.22     14.47           .
Oak / hickory group1.44       83.97      18.83    9.51    4.86        2.79       4.26      44.99
                   10.9
Oak / gum / cypress group102.62          46.37   38.45   24.23      18.19        22.4          .
                  10.75
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 102.99          .   36.31   20.21      14.83      37.01           .
                   11.6
Maple / beech / birch group        .         .   39.12   27.83      16.87      25.39     104.05
Aspen / birch group71.3            .         .   95.27        .       99.3          .          .
                  35.97
Other hardwoods group              .         .   73.31   70.24      46.56           .          .
                  33.62
Exotic hardwoods group             .         .       .    47.6      47.01           .          .
Nonstocked        19.98            .         .   57.77   36.12      31.51      46.07       98.37

Wed Dec 07 00:47:35 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:35 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## 535,387. 561,841. ########
               173,455.     50,269.
White / red / jack pine group           4,104.     6,098. 112,984.
Spruce / fir group7,631.           .         .     6,112.      1,519.
             ########       60,488.
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group        76,572.    53,056. ########
                76,090.
Other eastern softwoods group .              .     1,528.    74,562.
             ######## 170,724.
Oak / pine group                       73,597.    58,485. ########
             ######## ######## 309,570. 336,058. ########
Oak / hickory group
               381,769.
Oak / gum / cypress group          .   64,206.    27,172. 290,391.
               394,419.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group       .    4,402.    39,762. 350,255.
               364,059.
Maple / beech / birch group 76,097.          .    20,942. 267,020.
                  4,272.
Aspen / birch group                .         .          .      4,272.
                28,857.
Other hardwoods group              .         .          .    28,857.
                41,173.
Exotic hardwoods group             .         .     6,274.    34,899.
Nonstocked 95,716.           1,597.     2,937.     6,354.    84,827.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Ownership group
             Total                   Other     State and local
                         National Forest federal          Private
Total                .66       4.67      10.09       9.74       1.08
                  16.25
White / red / jack pine group 32.9      104.05       99.3      19.26
Spruce / fir group81.21            .         .      98.37      98.78
                   3.67       30.64
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group          26.19      25.68       3.83
                  24.86
Other eastern softwoods group .              .      98.37      25.29
Oak / pine group 5.26         17.72      26.86      28.43       5.83
Oak / hickory group1.44         5.5      13.33      12.34       1.91
                   10.9
Oak / gum / cypress group          .     30.12      42.84      12.35
                  10.75
Elm / ash / cottonwood group       .    101.04      35.77      11.38
                   11.6
Maple / beech / birch group 26.91            .      51.33      13.46
Aspen / birch group71.3            .         .          .       71.3
                  35.97
Other hardwoods group              .         .          .      35.97
                  33.62
Exotic hardwoods group             .         .      97.43      35.58
Nonstocked        19.98       97.43      71.45      71.41       21.7

Wed Dec 07 00:47:26 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:26 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ######## ########           95,716.
               173,455. 127,258.
White / red / jack pine group         31,740.    14,457.         .
Spruce / fir group7,631.     7,631.          .         .         .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ######## 602,537.             .
                76,090.
Other eastern softwoods group9,140.   23,878.    43,072.         .
             ######## 895,598. 404,200. 396,946.
Oak / pine group                                                 .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                              .
               381,769. 291,998.
Oak / gum / cypress group             42,195.    47,576.         .
               394,419. 270,508.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group          75,858.    48,052.         .
               364,059. 289,659.
Maple / beech / birch group           42,404.    31,997.         .
                  4,272.
Aspen / birch group               .     4,272.         .         .
                28,857.
Other hardwoods group 15,257.         13,601.          .         .
                41,173.
Exotic hardwoods group            .     9,063.   32,110.         .
Nonstocked 95,716.                .          .         .   95,716.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total                .66       1.43      3.41       4.38     19.98
                  16.25
White / red / jack pine group 19.29     36.55     51.24          .
Spruce / fir group81.21       81.21         .          .         .
                   3.67
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group6.03      6.57       9.06         .
                  24.86
Other eastern softwoods group 70.22     44.87     33.07          .
Oak / pine group 5.26          7.45       11.     11.26          .
Oak / hickory group1.44        2.02      5.02       6.52         .
                   10.9
Oak / gum / cypress group 12.65         32.73     31.38          .
                  10.75
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  13.05      23.3     31.38          .
                   11.6
Maple / beech / birch group 13.25       33.17     37.79          .
Aspen / birch group71.3           .      71.3          .         .
                  35.97
Other hardwoods group          54.5     45.99          .         .
                  33.62
Exotic hardwoods group            .     74.68       37.6         .
Nonstocked        19.98           .         .          .     19.98

Wed Dec 07 00:47:17 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:17 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
Page variable=None
Row variable=Forest type group
Column variable=Stand age


Estimate:
             group
Forest type Stand age
             Total       0-20 years                                               100+ years
                                      21-40 years41-60 years61-80 years81-100 years
Total        ######## ########        ######## ######## ######## ######## 955,667.
               173,455.     41,165.
White / red / jack pine group            52,440.    41,069.    14,010.    24,772.          .
Spruce / fir group7,631.          .       1,519.          .          .     6,112.          .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ########    ######## 350,873. 207,031.          33,582.    9,147.
                76,090.     33,459.
Other eastern softwoods group            27,369.    13,735.     1,528.          .          .
             ######## 446,389.
Oak / pine group                       413,246. 304,207. 306,111. 175,791.          50,998.
             ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                   ######## ######## ######## ######## 810,792.
               381,769.
Oak / gum / cypress group   45,318.      34,172.    85,273. 139,455.      61,697.   15,853.
               394,419.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group65,667.      85,052. 115,920.      81,497.    34,986.   11,297.
               364,059.
Maple / beech / birch group 41,197.      40,295.    99,839.    70,070.    58,239.   54,419.
                  4,272.
Aspen / birch group               .       1,638.     2,634.          .          .          .
                28,857.
Other hardwoods group        1,368.      13,894.     8,962.     1,473.          .    3,160.
                41,173.
Exotic hardwoods group 34,899.            6,274.          .          .          .          .
Nonstocked 95,716.          95,716.            .          .          .          .          .

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand age
             Total                                                              100+ years
                         0-20 years 21-40 years41-60 years61-80 years81-100 years
Total                .66       3.42       3.68       3.88       3.56      4.29       7.26
                  16.25
White / red / jack pine group 31.06     28.99      35.49      57.05      44.84           .
Spruce / fir group81.21           .     98.78           .          .     98.37           .
                   3.67
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group6.23       6.43     11.46      15.31      38.64      73.93
                  24.86
Other eastern softwoods group 34.54     44.36      63.08      98.37           .          .
Oak / pine group 5.26         10.59     11.04      12.44      13.15      17.61      33.36
Oak / hickory group1.44        5.59       6.03       5.06       4.21      4.79       7.98
                   10.9
Oak / gum / cypress group 32.04         34.96      24.29      18.77      27.75      47.33
                  10.75
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  26.45     22.86      20.08      22.42      39.76       65.9
                   11.6
Maple / beech / birch group 33.17       35.14      22.28      27.76      29.84      33.01
Aspen / birch group71.3           .     95.27        99.3          .          .          .
                  35.97
Other hardwoods group 104.05            56.83      62.01     104.05           .    102.99
                  33.62
Exotic hardwoods group        35.58     97.43           .          .          .          .
Nonstocked        19.98       19.98          .          .          .          .          .

Wed Dec 07 00:47:09 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:09 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ########
               173,455. 132,131.
White / red / jack pine group          41,323.
Spruce / fir group7,631.     6,112.     1,519.
             ######## 957,375. ########
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group
                76,090.     76,090.
Other eastern softwoods group                .
             ######## ######## 238,383.
Oak / pine group
             ######## ######## 231,867.
Oak / hickory group
               381,769. 374,037.
Oak / gum / cypress group               7,732.
               394,419. 392,995.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group            1,423.
               364,059. 356,839.
Maple / beech / birch group             7,220.
                  4,272.
Aspen / birch group          4,272.          .
                28,857.
Other hardwoods group 27,489.           1,368.
                41,173.
Exotic hardwoods group 33,402.          7,772.
Nonstocked 95,716.          78,219.    17,497.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                  Clear
                         Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total                .66        .93       4.08
                  16.25
White / red / jack pine group 19.11     29.89
Spruce / fir group81.21       98.37     98.78
                   3.67
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group6.85       4.73
                  24.86
Other eastern softwoods group 24.86          .
Oak / pine group 5.26          5.72       14.7
Oak / hickory group1.44        1.47     14.68
                   10.9
Oak / gum / cypress group 11.04            75.
                  10.75
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  10.75    102.62
                   11.6
Maple / beech / birch group 11.74       73.75
Aspen / birch group71.3        71.3          .
                  35.97
Other hardwoods group         37.41    104.05
                  33.62
Exotic hardwoods group        36.91     80.99
Nonstocked        19.98       21.54     51.88

Wed Dec 07 00:47:00 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:47:00 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ######## ########           92,533.
               169,351. 127,258.
White / red / jack pine group         31,740.    10,353.         .
Spruce / fir group7,631.     7,631.          .         .         .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ######## 602,537.             .
                74,562.
Other eastern softwoods group7,612.   23,878.    43,072.         .
             ######## 869,733. 398,506. 391,232.
Oak / pine group                                                 .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                              .
               323,432. 240,753.
Oak / gum / cypress group             42,195.    40,485.         .
               389,835. 265,924.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group          75,858.    48,052.         .
               353,844. 283,547.
Maple / beech / birch group           42,404.    27,893.         .
                  4,272.
Aspen / birch group               .     4,272.         .         .
                28,857.
Other hardwoods group 15,257.         13,601.          .         .
                41,173.
Exotic hardwoods group            .     9,063.   32,110.         .
Nonstocked 92,533.                .          .         .   92,533.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total                .73        1.5      3.44       4.42     20.39
                  16.46
White / red / jack pine group 19.29     36.55     58.46          .
Spruce / fir group81.21       81.21         .          .         .
                   3.69
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group6.06      6.61       9.06         .
                  25.29
Other eastern softwoods group 81.98     44.87     33.07          .
Oak / pine group 5.33          7.58     11.06     11.33          .
Oak / hickory group1.51         2.1      5.07       6.58         .
                  11.74
Oak / gum / cypress group 13.75         32.73     33.79          .
                  10.82
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  13.16      23.3     31.38          .
                  11.78
Maple / beech / birch group 13.4        33.17     40.62          .
Aspen / birch group71.3           .      71.3          .         .
                  35.97
Other hardwoods group          54.5     45.99          .         .
                  33.62
Exotic hardwoods group            .     74.68       37.6         .
Nonstocked        20.39           .         .          .     20.39

Wed Dec 07 00:46:52 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:46:52 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                   ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 916,387. ########         330,877.     587,228.     146,370.    183,012.     367,067.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Cypress     ######## ######## ########        205,835.     137,065.      68,532.      34,266.    137,065.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Yellow birch######## ######## ########        905,658.     614,454.     758,139.    323,889.     319,724.
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Beech       ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########          690,724.     788,361.     101,568.    110,136.       73,078.
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########      902,734.     900,131.
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                               ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########

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             1.61        2.19          2.3       1.75       1.85       1.67     1.77      1.99
                  6.44
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 13.02         8.57        6.63       6.45       5.71     6.18      7.27
                  8
Other yellow pines .42        13.5       11.41        7.24       6.95       6.69     6.69      8.27
                  9.11
Eastern white and red pine 12.86         16.67        9.67      10.43      11.81    12.72     13.37
                 48.93
Spruce and balsam fir        98.37       44.58       62.82       51.5      78.09    81.36     52.09
Eastern hemlock 16.1         23.81       28.81       15.94      16.85      16.79    21.41     21.45
Cypress          52.56       59.16      102.62       63.94       51.2      72.51  102.62       81.1
                  7.43
Other eastern softwoods       8.88       11.67       10.36      10.68      13.84    19.73     19.89
Select white oaks4.55           7.7       9.31        4.99       4.76       5.82     5.64      6.31
Select red oaks 7.33         14.15       17.48        8.44       9.07       7.78     9.23      9.06
Other white oaks 5.47        13.25       12.23        5.68       5.24       5.06     5.41      6.08
Other red oaks 4.51           6.75        9.32        5.47       5.17       5.49      5.4       5.9
Hickory           4.19        5.94        9.04        4.31       4.81       5.73     6.51      7.58
Yellow birch      27.5       39.03       60.33       38.75      33.61      36.54    42.97     43.56
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9     19.0-20.9    21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ########     ########      ########     ######## ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########     34,385.
                ########      972,138.      255,033.       36,699.         .
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 355,669.
                 139,420.     179,833.        73,566.      69,710.         .
                 433,189.     363,971.      183,688.     402,281.    36,783.
                   34,266.    205,597.        68,532.    205,597.    68,532.
                 436,278.     174,398.      114,577.             .         .
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 578,740.
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 940,520.
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 909,232.
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 612,570.
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 102,183.
                 180,782.              .      36,783.            .         .
                ########      846,433.      257,001.     472,136. 110,123.
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 285,256.
                ########     ########       837,136.    ######## 146,680.
                ########     ########       866,155.     965,201.          .
                ########     ########       732,101.     668,638.    34,266.
                ########     ########       682,077.     684,843. 112,506.
                   77,879.    101,568.        33,651.            .         .
                 755,168.     476,066.      511,265.     325,940.          .
                ########     ########      ########     ######## ########
                 896,261.     408,104.      174,766.     250,342.          .
                ########     ########      ########     ######## 353,493.
                ########      759,629.      626,121.     443,251.    36,557.
                 818,593.     214,982.      146,821.       36,783.   36,783.



                15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      2.29       2.8      3.56       3.5      8.43
                      9.53     11.78     16.16     17.29   102.48
                     11.95     19.82     37.59      99.3         .
                     14.35     17.17     21.18     21.29    34.58
                     71.48     66.41     98.37     71.48         .
                     37.06     44.54       52.     32.43    98.37
                   102.62      59.16     72.51     48.25   102.62
                     28.63     53.15     56.17         .         .
                      6.75      7.68      9.51      9.52    24.84
                      9.31      9.81     12.01      9.34      20.9
                      6.54      7.51      8.88      8.35    21.26
                      6.67      7.96      9.39      9.64    26.79
                      8.32     11.75     14.83     16.69    59.29
                     59.69         .     98.37         .         .
Hard maple       8.81     10.89      14.65       8.66       10.6      11.42       13.2      16.23
Soft maple       3.39      4.27       5.89       3.13       3.66        4.5       5.38       6.98
Beech              6.6       7.9      11.7       7.63       8.86       9.87      11.95      12.62
Sweetgum           5.1     6.33       7.25       5.78       6.43       7.38       8.92      11.08
                 4.13
Tupelo and blackgum          4.8      7.54       5.61       9.02       9.29      12.08      13.79
Ash              7.36      9.45       16.7       8.16       9.21      11.92       10.6       11.5
                 aspen
Cottonwood and30.86        37.7        48.       49.1      48.82      76.52      57.16      69.93
Basswood        18.06        34.     43.21      16.36       15.7      20.07      22.71      21.99
Yellow-poplar    4.44      6.31        7.6       4.49       4.45       4.61       5.25       5.52
Black walnut    12.53     34.15      37.51      15.74      17.49      17.79      16.74        23.
                 4.34      5.41
Other eastern soft hardwoods          7.82       4.58       5.51       7.11       7.81       9.76
                 3.93      4.49
Other eastern hard hardwoods          6.81       4.99       6.32       7.73       9.05      10.48
                 3.78      4.42
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods       5.85       4.31       5.43       8.01       12.7      17.08

Wed Dec 07 00:46:43 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:46:43 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          17.18      23.71    37.27   27.32    56.82
                           9.11      10.52     15.1   12.98    35.49
                          15.93      16.98    20.64   18.35    49.18
                          12.04      16.31    21.81   21.15        .
                          19.02      22.35    24.98    24.3   102.62
                          15.11      18.41    24.02   23.99    56.24
                          68.12      59.32   102.99       .        .
                          28.07      27.35    31.49   36.63        .
                           5.74       6.79     8.38    7.67    19.34
                           22.9      29.55    53.19   42.81        .
                          10.64      15.74    18.44   19.39    35.05
                          16.25      21.61    23.81   34.71    98.78
                          21.67      47.37    49.32   98.37    98.37


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########          ########     ########      ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                       ########      906,937.      449,813. 483,933. 102,798.
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                              ########     ########      ######## 391,902. 179,445.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                        912,967.    551,812.      223,866. 223,432. 180,178.
             465,397.
Spruce and balsam fir 109,897. 183,153.            36,783.             .      36,783.   32,927.   65,854.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                                   739,368.    361,433.      143,107. 143,107. 143,831.
Cypress        34,266.           .    34,266.            .             .            .         .          .
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                           678,673.    181,038.              .   68,532.   34,266.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########            869,486.    591,542.      413,342. 322,348. 180,126.
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                                   712,557.    457,328.      436,757. 293,726. 142,534.
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ########          ########     ########       942,242. 434,007. 439,056.
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                                  ########     ########      ######## 823,672. 316,227.
Hickory     ######## 999,614. 940,684.            314,937.    432,188.      249,017. 106,483. 138,966.
Yellow birch 345,864.            . 139,336.        32,927.             .      65,854.   73,481.          .
Hard maple 835,493. 288,853. 108,799.             110,348.    143,831.        36,699.   36,699.          .
Soft maple ######## ######## ########           ########      460,159.      464,789. 309,884. 138,116.
Beech        387,143. 100,844.        36,783.      71,049.    106,367.              .         .          .
Sweetgum ######## ######## 654,543.               486,629.    103,850.      139,241.    68,532. 137,065.
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## 885,326. 656,612.             384,477.    415,116.      137,065.    36,783.   68,532.
Ash         ######## ######## 741,818.            213,549.      34,266.     107,132.    70,965.   33,651.
             109,777.
Cottonwood and aspen             .    76,126.            .             .            .   33,651.          .
Basswood 107,132.         33,651.           .      36,699.             .            .   36,783.          .
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                                     536,692.    539,157.      137,542. 245,524. 137,501.
Black walnut 734,242. 183,658. 218,428.            38,451.    106,877.              .   75,234.   73,769.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                    ########      846,255.      429,281. 254,419. 313,220.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                    ########     ########       933,052. 321,141. 218,781.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                   720,697.    108,658.        36,783.   36,557.   33,651.

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             2.51        3.25       3.79       4.12     6.05      7.15      9.01     12.04
                  8.12
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 11.69       11.61      15.07    21.29     30.23     30.79     59.16
                  6
Other yellow pines .51        8.85       8.24       8.86    15.85     15.57     30.25     44.69
                 21.96
Eastern white and red pine 23.81        39.05      28.45    27.18     46.58     39.89      44.7
                 54.97
Spruce and balsam fir         73.5      65.46      98.37        .     98.37   104.05    104.05
Eastern hemlock  25.65       33.32      30.79      26.91    39.29     50.06     50.06     49.94
Cypress        102.62            .     102.62          .        .         .         .          .
                 14.58
Other eastern softwoods 16.36           21.62      25.18    44.44         .   102.62    102.62
Select white oaks8.15        11.79      14.43      20.26    24.58     31.77     33.42      44.6
Select red oaks 10.48        20.32      18.73      24.43    29.87     28.61     34.99     50.03
Other white oaks 8.36        11.01      14.25      15.05    17.57     20.77     28.65     33.03
Other red oaks 6.05           8.96      11.99      12.44    17.63     19.33     20.81     33.66
Hickory          11.94       19.48      20.86      33.62    28.74     37.96     58.08     50.78
Yellow birch     49.28           .      61.45     104.05        .     73.34     69.89          .
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ######## ######## 357,179.
                   68,532.   68,532.   34,266.
                   33,651.         .         .
                   70,355. 173,710.          .
                         .         .         .
                 104,006.          .         .
                         .         .         .
                   70,709.   68,532.         .
                   38,451.   70,965.   37,824.
                   73,481. 216,825.    70,350.
                 287,493. 258,100.     70,350.
                 281,191. 324,414.           .
                   34,266.   36,699.         .
                         .   34,266.         .
                         .   73,481.   36,783.
                   70,709.   34,266.   34,266.
                         .   72,101.         .
                   34,266.         .         .
                         .   34,266.         .
                         .   34,266.         .
                         .         .         .
                         .         .         .
                   70,709. 143,659.          .
                         .   37,824.         .
                 102,511. 103,850.           .
                 260,251.    33,651.   73,340.
                         .         .         .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                     14.89     14.76    31.66
                     72.51     72.51   102.62
                   102.99          .         .
                     71.54     45.35         .
                         .         .         .
                     58.75         .         .
                         .         .         .
                     71.45   102.62          .
                     97.43     71.36    97.38
                     69.89     40.65    71.49
                     35.22     37.23    71.49
                      35.7     37.05         .
                   102.62       99.3         .
                         .   102.62          .
Hard maple      24.71     35.27      57.48      56.64      49.94       99.3       99.3         .
Soft maple       8.21        9.7     14.82      18.82       29.9      27.79      37.61     51.05
Beech           30.35     59.59      98.37      71.02       58.1          .          .         .
Sweetgum        14.22     18.04      23.31       27.1      75.94      50.85      72.51    102.62
                18.09
Tupelo and blackgum       20.88       26.7      33.07      34.01       81.1      98.37     72.51
Ash             13.98     18.07      21.93      41.07     102.62      57.83      71.36    102.99
                 aspen
Cottonwood and57.18            .     68.75          .          .          .     102.99         .
Basswood        57.83    102.99          .       99.3          .          .      98.37         .
Yellow-poplar    8.61     11.25       15.6       27.4      25.65      51.29      38.21     51.14
Black walnut     24.3     44.31      40.65      97.43      57.87          .      69.23     70.14
                 8.97     10.34
Other eastern soft hardwoods         16.04      16.52      23.11      31.21      37.52     33.89
                 6.36      8.23
Other eastern hard hardwoods          9.72      11.22      13.29      19.51      33.32     40.29
                10.34     11.93
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods      18.34      23.35      57.38      98.37      98.78    102.99

Wed Dec 07 00:46:30 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:46:30 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                              .      69.89    98.37
                          71.45     102.62   102.62
                              .      70.49         .
                         102.62          .         .
                              .     102.62         .
                              .     102.62         .
                              .          .         .
                              .          .         .
                          71.45      49.85         .
                              .      97.38         .
                          59.21      58.91         .
                          37.06     102.99     69.7
                              .          .         .


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                   ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                          ########     ########     ########     ########       935,355.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 330,877. 587,228.         146,370.    183,012.     367,067.     139,420.      179,833.
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                             ########     ########     ########      396,406.      363,971.
Cypress       856,653. 102,798. 102,798.       68,532.      34,266.    102,798.              .    171,331.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########     ########      728,258.     256,091.        35,318.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
Yellow birch######## 507,247. 357,483.        401,973.    143,275.     140,144.     143,999.               .
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########     ########     ########     ########       662,688.
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
Beech       ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########       ########     ########     ########     ########       834,398.
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## 515,462. 686,793.          101,568.      73,694.      73,078.      77,879.       67,917.
Basswood ######## ######## ########           866,513.    649,063.     644,910.     718,469.      295,621.
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                               ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########      ########      956,075.     735,816.     616,260.      332,233.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########     ########     ########     ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                ########     ########     ########      536,897.      255,305.

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             1.46        2.41       2.36       1.98     2.03      2.22      2.54      3.08
                    4.8
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 6.66         6.48       5.72      6.2      7.36      9.61     12.03
                  5
Other yellow pines .44        7.94       7.21         7.     7.15      8.65     12.69     20.24
                  8.46
Eastern white and red pine 10.12        10.71       12.2    13.21     13.43      14.5     17.42
                 48.57
Spruce and balsam fir        62.82       51.5      78.09    81.36     52.09     71.48     66.41
Eastern hemlock  13.49       16.15      17.42       17.1    21.87     21.45     39.48     44.54
Cypress          39.42       76.45      59.16      72.51  102.62    102.62          .     68.01
                  10.2
Other eastern softwoods 11.41           11.44      15.73    21.26     23.26     37.43   101.04
Select white oaks 3.6         5.36       5.12       6.09     5.95       6.4        7.      7.91
Select red oaks 4.93          8.96       9.01       8.94    10.05      9.66      9.91     10.85
Other white oaks 4.12         7.08       6.26       5.83     6.16      6.91      7.45      8.92
Other red oaks      3.5       6.19       5.75       5.67     5.74      6.25      6.89       8.1
Hickory           3.61        4.79       5.22       6.07     6.89      7.86       8.8     12.29
Yellow birch     38.91       60.35      42.53      57.58    49.74     50.39     61.07          .
Hard maple        8.47       10.27      11.62      12.88    14.68     18.65     18.87     26.74
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9    21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ########     ######## ########
                ########     ########     34,385.
                 216,582.       36,699.         .
                 925,587.    ######## 285,461.
                   73,566.      69,710.         .
                 183,688.     365,498.    36,783.
                   68,532.    205,597.          .
                   76,126.            .         .
                ########     ######## 432,520.
                ########     ######## 577,506.
                ########     ######## 470,034.
                ########     ######## 472,190.
                ########     ########     67,917.
                   36,783.            .         .
                 146,737.     398,570.    36,783.
                 785,802.    ########     37,824.
                 625,350.     940,475.    36,783.
                 763,356.     793,751.          .
                 588,962.     417,208.          .
                 498,557.     580,228.    33,651.
                   33,651.            .         .
                 401,085.     289,157.          .
                ########     ######## 819,791.
                 174,766.       70,350.         .
                 779,981.     747,531. 213,434.
                 218,471.     108,658.          .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      3.88      3.92    10.74
                     16.58     17.78   102.48
                     40.74      99.3         .
                     21.91     22.11    35.45
                     98.37     71.48         .
                       52.     31.31    98.37
                     72.51     48.25         .
                     68.75         .         .
                      10.1     10.06    28.79
                     13.22     10.23    26.41
                     10.71     10.36    31.59
                      9.77     10.04    29.66
                     15.38     17.97      72.7
                     98.37         .         .
                     49.44     29.81    98.37
Soft maple       3.52      4.36       4.82       5.61       7.18       9.37      10.81      13.72
Beech            6.91      8.69      10.42      11.34      13.38      14.36      18.23      18.48
Sweetgum         5.29      6.52       6.92        7.8       9.18      11.69      12.47       16.9
                 7.82
Tupelo and blackgum        7.82      11.67      11.97      13.05      15.84      20.79      27.33
Ash              7.93     11.85      11.35      14.91      12.94      13.45      19.03      19.69
                 aspen
Cottonwood and40.72       52.19      49.49      76.52      69.82      69.93      68.12       72.7
Basswood        13.06     22.15      19.32      26.22      26.93      25.91      29.08      34.68
Yellow-poplar    3.23      4.77       4.59       4.75       5.42       5.67       5.87       6.99
Black walnut    12.25      22.3      24.02      24.18      20.74      28.62      26.63      32.78
                 5.04      6.81
Other eastern soft hardwoods          7.44       9.14       9.69      12.07      13.08      19.52
                 5.61      7.29
Other eastern hard hardwoods          8.28       9.33       11.9      13.95      25.78      37.32

Wed Dec 07 00:46:21 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:46:21 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          21.32      16.75    97.38
                          23.89      23.99    98.37
                          23.48      22.97         .
                          28.61      29.31         .
                          26.73      26.28   102.99
                         102.99          .         .
                          37.02      35.17         .
                           8.51       7.91    22.67
                          53.19      71.49         .
                          22.33      24.93    41.87
                          40.36      57.38         .


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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######## ######## ########
            ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
            ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .
            ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
            ######## ########
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             1.29       1.35    13.45     45.33
                  5.59
National Forest System       5.75     35.2     51.41
                 18.79
National Park Service           .    18.79           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife29.95          .    29.95           .
Dept of Defense21.53       21.53         .           .
Other federal 32.41        32.41         .           .
State            14.67     15.38     44.96           .
                 16.74
County and Municipal       17.64     53.32           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.68       1.68        .     93.75

Wed Dec 07 00:46:09 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:46:09 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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      ######## ######## ######## 749,249.
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 653,701.
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .
State      ######## ######## ########                 .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ########                 .
Other Local Govt     .          .         .           .
Private    ######## ########              .   95,548.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             3.81       3.88    21.84     51.74
                  9.53
National Forest System       9.64    73.52     57.56
                 26.44
National Park Service           .    26.44           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife39.88          .    39.88           .
Dept of Defense37.33       37.33         .           .
Other federal 37.16        37.16         .           .
State            36.44     38.76     76.83           .
                 26.01
County and Municipal       28.33     64.99           .
Other Local Govt     .          .        .           .
Private           4.35       4.35        .     98.37

Wed Dec 07 00:46:00 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:46:00 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

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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                          .          .         .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ######## ########             .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods group                                    .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group                                                 .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                              .
              cypress group
Oak / gum / ######## ######## ######## ########                  .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## ########                .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group                                      .
             ########
Aspen / birch group               . ########           .         .
             ########
Other hardwoods group######## ########                 .         .
             ########
Exotic hardwoods group            . ######## ########            .
Nonstocked########                .         .          . ########

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total              1.29        1.74      3.87       7.26     37.44
                  18.36
White / red / jack pine group 19.86      49.8     75.13          .
Spruce / fir group70.04       70.04         .          .         .
                   4.81
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group6.59       7.5       17.2         .
                   37.2
Other eastern softwoods group 70.66      53.1     38.79          .
Oak / pine group 6.8           8.11     12.71     19.07          .
Oak / hickory group1.98        2.36      5.47        9.8         .
                   12.8
Oak / gum / cypress group 13.69         33.28     38.44          .
                  12.39
Elm / ash / cottonwood group 14.        27.11     48.62          .
                  13.22
Maple / beech / birch group 13.99       35.54     61.11          .
                  69.09
Aspen / birch group               .     69.09          .         .
                  41.56
Other hardwoods group         59.51     46.24          .         .
                  54.15
Exotic hardwoods group            .     78.86     64.07          .
Nonstocked        37.44           .         .          .     37.44

Wed Dec 07 00:45:51 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:45:51 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             ######## ######## 444,584. 240,887.
White / red / jack pine group                                    .
             ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                          .          .         .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ######## ########             .
             ######## group
Other eastern softwoods283,967. ########               .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group                                                 .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                              .
              cypress group
Oak / gum / ######## ######## ######## ########                  .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## ########                .
             ######## ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group                            .         .
                group
Aspen / birch208,609.             . 208,609.           .         .
             ########
Other hardwoods group########         79,711.          .         .
               281,612.
Exotic hardwoods group            .         . 281,612.           .
Nonstocked########                .         .          . ########

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      Nonstocked
Total              3.81        4.39      9.42     20.11      82.61
                  35.39
White / red / jack pine group 36.6      79.08     98.37          .
Spruce / fir group69.77       69.77         .          .         .
                  11.24       13.58
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group         22.56     42.23          .
                  48.67
Other eastern softwoods group  99.3     53.45          .         .
Oak / pine group12.63         15.41     19.55     39.55          .
Oak / hickory group4.55         5.1     12.62     27.17          .
                  36.54
Oak / gum / cypress group 40.47         48.21     79.15          .
                  25.74
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  30.29     39.62     84.69          .
                  22.11
Maple / beech / birch group 22.93       48.23          .         .
Aspen / birch group99.3           .      99.3          .         .
                  81.89
Other hardwoods group         87.32     98.78          .         .
Exotic hardwoods99.3group         .         .       99.3         .
Nonstocked        82.61           .         .          .     82.61

Wed Dec 07 00:45:40 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:45:40 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

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf ######## ######## ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ########                . ######## ########
            ######## ######## 858,265. ######## ########
Eastern hemlock
Cypress     ########              . ######## 121,654. ########
            ########
Other eastern softwoods           . ######## ######## ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks
Hickory     ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Yellow birch######## ########               . ######## ########
Hard maple######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Beech       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Sweetgum ########                 . ######## ######## ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood########                . 955,212.           . ########
Basswood ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar
Black walnut######## 665,650.         83,681. ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private
Total             1.29        5.59      11.89      10.97       1.68
                  4.41
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 46.33         22.      25.57         4.7
                  5
Other yellow pines .34       13.02      28.18      25.51       6.27
                  8.92
Eastern white and red pine 18.16        49.49      65.86      10.71
                 50.15
Spruce and balsam fir        58.86          .      98.37      98.78
Eastern hemlock 16.9          29.9      88.39      70.02      21.15
Cypress          47.15            .     94.46    102.48       50.18
                 10.58
Other eastern softwoods           .     66.49      39.01      11.18
Select white oaks3.97        13.82      35.28      20.64       4.35
Select red oaks 5.49         12.24      24.29      24.47         6.7
Other white oaks 3.84         6.92        29.        22.       5.64
Other red oaks 3.83           9.52      24.71      20.96       4.53
Hickory           4.27       13.32      24.67      28.07       4.75
Yellow birch     32.15       48.33          .      78.77      35.02
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple         9.9     32.75     46.51      42.41       9.87
Soft maple       3.99      12.35     23.54      20.19       4.37
Beech            8.12      48.57     36.78      33.35        8.7
Sweetgum         6.13          .      27.5      35.05       6.38
                 9.21
Tupelo and blackgum        12.96     35.72      41.01      10.81
Ash              7.53      31.97     35.44      35.48       8.22
                 aspen
Cottonwood and30.41            .    102.62          .      31.31
Basswood        14.11      28.81     51.18      44.01      18.64
Yellow-poplar    3.83        20.      25.7      22.12       4.08
Black walnut    11.91       99.3    101.04      51.72      12.29
                 5.51      25.19
Other eastern soft hardwoods         31.01      27.54       5.93
                    hardwoods
Other eastern hard5.6      15.29     25.93      32.14       6.45
                 5.67      13.35
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods      30.58      39.49       6.19

Wed Dec 07 00:45:32 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:45:32 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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf 799,088. ######## 695,351. ########
Loblolly and######## pine
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ########                . 812,392. 881,084.
            ######## ######## ######## 584,306. ########
Eastern hemlock
Cypress               .           .         .          .         .
            ########
Other eastern softwoods           . ######## ######## ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks
Hickory     ######## ######## ######## 986,468. ########
Yellow birch######## ########               .          . 975,418.
Hard maple######## ########                 .    54,720. ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Beech       ########      78,252.           .          . ########
Sweetgum ########                 . ######## ######## ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ########          46,857. ######## ########
Ash         ######## 569,484. 519,567. 548,205. ########
              678,279.
Cottonwood and aspen 209,564.               .          . 468,714.
Basswood 451,973.                 .         .          . 451,973.
            ######## ######## ######## 620,527. ########
Yellow-poplar
Black walnut########              .         .          . ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods
            ######## 749,553.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 488,528.         84,552. ########

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local
Total             3.81        9.53      19.26       27.67       4.35
                 12.17
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 76.54       42.55       48.94       12.9
                  7
Other yellow pines .97       22.68      42.82       33.96       8.89
                 22.09
Eastern white and red pine 36.9         99.31       92.75      27.94
                 62.95
Spruce and balsam fir      101.64            .      98.37      98.78
Eastern hemlock  26.11         41.      71.58       89.72      32.82
Cypress               .           .          .          .          .
                 16.59
Other eastern softwoods           .     48.53       56.18      17.58
                 1
Select white oaks5.04        45.02        70.6      61.51      16.96
Select red oaks 17.73        26.47      44.41       83.89      28.72
Other white oaks 12.7        20.73      42.46       47.79      18.32
Other red oaks 10.23         19.85      51.88       42.51      12.81
Hickory           17.9        55.1      68.13     102.99       19.86
Yellow birch     49.61        66.3           .          .      74.09
n cubic feet, on forest land

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple      45.75     93.68          .      98.78      37.97
Soft maple       15.5     33.63       37.2      83.51      18.37
Beech           54.73     98.37          .          .      55.88
Sweetgum         53.3         .      64.76      97.58      21.82
                26.33
Tupelo and blackgum        81.9     102.99      63.68      30.34
Ash             22.72     60.44      74.85      77.18      25.15
                 aspen
Cottonwood and65.27        99.3          .          .      83.37
Basswood        62.79         .          .          .      62.79
Yellow-poplar 15.13       43.96        72.      78.75      16.25
Black walnut    35.56         .          .          .      35.56
                13.01     46.69
Other eastern soft hardwoods         43.91      63.34      14.36
                 8.22     24.68
Other eastern hard hardwoods         37.25       43.8       9.21
                16.33     30.25
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods      54.81      59.75      17.76

Wed Dec 07 00:45:21 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:45:21 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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                   ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                          ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 648,413. ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                             ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Cypress     ######## 509,353. ########      ########    692,219.   ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Yellow birch######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########              .
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Beech       ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########         ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                               ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods             ########   ########    ########    ########    ########

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             1.29        1.72        1.88        1.78      1.9      2.13      2.43      2.98
                  4.41
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 6.51          6.37         5.8     6.28      7.37      9.82     12.39
                  5
Other yellow pines .34        7.46        7.32        7.01     6.92      8.57      12.2     19.95
                  8.92
Eastern white and red pine 9.83          10.62        12.3    13.03     13.58     14.52      17.9
                 50.15
Spruce and balsam fir        63.69       55.99       78.14    85.27     53.29     72.08     60.73
Eastern hemlock 16.9         17.12        17.4       17.16    22.16     22.16     38.71     43.38
Cypress          47.15       64.85       53.98       72.56  102.62      84.61   102.62      63.23
                 10.58
Other eastern softwoods 11.09            11.24       14.45    19.46     20.83     29.55      52.4
Select white oaks3.97         5.25        4.91        6.02     5.76      6.37      6.93      7.84
Select red oaks 5.49          8.07        8.62        7.71     8.85      9.19      9.49      9.98
Other white oaks 3.84         5.68        5.18        5.08     5.51      6.23      6.77      7.85
Other red oaks 3.83             5.8       5.41        5.53     5.53      6.13      6.81      8.12
Hickory           4.27        4.54        4.93        5.81     6.66      7.67      8.55     12.17
Yellow birch     32.15       38.68          33.      39.07    42.23     38.51     59.72          .
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9   21.0-28.9     29.0+
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########              .           .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########              .           .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########              .           .
                ########    ########              .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      3.74       3.8      9.48
                     16.48     18.04   102.48
                     37.94      99.3         .
                     21.27     21.43    36.28
                     98.37      71.5         .
                     51.57     33.57    98.37
                     77.37     54.95   102.62
                     57.11         .         .
                      9.89     10.15       26.
                     12.18      9.95    23.34
                      9.09      8.84    25.48
                      9.65     10.28       28.
                     15.12     17.12    59.58
                     98.37         .         .
Hard maple         9.9      9.03     10.95      12.04      13.59      16.93      17.95      24.96
Soft maple       3.99       3.26      3.95       4.72       5.67       7.24       9.33      10.98
Beech            8.12       7.91      9.19      10.11      12.18      12.98       16.5      17.42
Sweetgum         6.13       6.19      6.71       7.64       9.37      11.51      12.26      16.02
                 9.21
Tupelo and blackgum         5.89      9.73      10.35      13.07      15.13      20.81       25.8
Ash              7.53       9.03      9.09      12.21      10.76      11.86      15.79      18.86
                 aspen
Cottonwood and30.41        49.69     50.22      74.65      57.26      72.18      68.67      60.13
Basswood        14.11      16.78      15.9       20.9       23.6      22.56      28.66      27.84
Yellow-poplar    3.83       4.73      4.54        4.8       5.35       5.74       5.98       6.98
Black walnut    11.91      15.93     18.89      19.21      17.77      23.83      23.27      30.07
                 5.51
Other eastern soft hardwoods4.84      5.73       7.24       7.72      10.23      10.85      16.67
                    hardwoods
Other eastern hard5.6       5.55      6.64       8.09       9.81       11.1      17.56      22.79
                 5.67        4.6
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods       5.76       8.52       13.7      17.84      23.06      50.79

Wed Dec 07 00:45:12 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:45:12 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          38.25      27.68    56.95
                          16.41       13.6    38.25
                          21.32      19.62     60.7
                          22.38      21.19         .
                          26.66      26.06   102.62
                          24.16      25.45     57.5
                         102.99          .         .
                            32.       36.2         .
                           8.56       7.93    20.94
                           53.4      41.91         .
                          19.06      21.65    35.12
                          24.77      37.27    98.78
                          49.69      98.37    98.37


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                      ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                             ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                     ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 390,072. 648,661.            365,922.             .    333,014.      312,222.     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                                ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Cypress               .          .         .            .             .             .             .             .
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                        ########     ########                .    409,573.               .
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                                ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                                 ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########         ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Yellow birch########             . 652,999.      358,897.             .    327,768.     ########                .
Hard maple######## 663,936. 429,305.             627,121.   ########       494,763.      866,406.               .
Soft maple ######## ######## ########          ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
Beech       ########       83,369. 216,553.      377,996.   ########                .             .             .
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########            ########      914,473.      640,950.               .   ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########            997,087.   ########      ########       451,185.      962,128.
Ash         ######## ######## ########         ########               .   ########      ########                .
              678,279.
Cottonwood and aspen             . 310,509.             .             .             .    367,770.               .
Basswood 451,973.          79,275.         .     128,986.             .             .    243,713.               .
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                                  ########     ########       808,515.     ########      ########
Black walnut######## 386,840. 769,352.           271,514.   ########                .   ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                   ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                   ########     ########      ########      ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                ########      251,566.      457,125.     ########      ########

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             3.81          3.9       4.62        5.1     7.15      8.32     10.76     15.48
                 12.17
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 15.7         15.52      19.93    29.95     40.04     46.11   102.62
                  7
Other yellow pines .97        9.99        9.37      10.16    16.96      17.5     42.49     58.55
                 22.09
Eastern white and red pine 28.01         41.06      32.52    31.28     51.61     40.73     49.29
                 62.95
Spruce and balsam fir        80.26       88.01      98.37        .     98.37   104.05    104.05
Eastern hemlock  26.11       35.62       32.07      28.36    40.27     50.74      54.7     51.27
Cypress               .           .          .          .        .         .         .          .
                 16.59
Other eastern softwoods       17.5       21.96      27.29    71.64         .   102.62           .
                 1
Select white oaks5.04        13.26       16.29      24.09    33.22     37.94     39.38     47.99
Select red oaks 17.73        21.88       21.45      30.63    32.17     30.83     37.46     50.89
Other white oaks 12.7        12.42       15.87      16.83    22.95     23.79     30.99     34.69
Other red oaks 10.23         10.58       13.88      15.02    20.84      22.1     24.48     44.83
Hickory           17.9       24.87       23.46      40.27    36.46     41.73     61.58     62.18
Yellow birch     49.61            .      69.44     104.05        .   104.05      70.43          .
n cubic feet, on forest land

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                       19.0-20.9     21.0-28.9     29.0+
                       ########      ########      ########
                                 .             .   ########
                          40,460.              .           .
                       ########      ########              .
                                 .             .           .
                       ########                .           .
                                 .             .           .
                       ########                .           .
                       ########      ########      ########
                       ########      ########      ########
                       ########      ########      ########
                       ########      ########              .
                                 .   ########              .
                                 .             .           .
                                 .    869,626.     ########
                       ########       943,590.             .
                                 .   ########              .
                                 .             .           .
                                 .   ########              .
                                 .   ########              .
                                 .             .           .
                                 .             .           .
                       ########      ########              .
                                 .   ########              .
                       ########      ########              .
                       ########      ########      ########
                                 .             .           .



                       19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                            19.08     16.88    39.31
                                .         .   102.62
                          102.99          .         .
                            72.05     48.88         .
                                .         .         .
                            70.01         .         .
                                .         .         .
                            99.53         .         .
                            97.43     71.47    97.38
                            70.18     41.27    75.03
                            45.01     39.22      99.3
                            48.65     37.39         .
                                .      99.3         .
                                .         .         .
Hard maple      45.75     37.72      57.71       61.1      72.53       99.3       99.3         .
Soft maple       15.5     11.07      19.27      22.38      30.45      34.91      55.26     59.19
Beech           54.73     75.11      98.37      71.78      70.98          .          .         .
Sweetgum         53.3     25.72      32.69      32.52      72.01      81.25          .    102.62
                26.33
Tupelo and blackgum       25.53      39.38      43.14      46.79      77.75      98.37    102.62
Ash             22.72     20.53      24.63      42.83          .      70.41      74.31         .
                 aspen
Cottonwood and65.27            .     73.83          .          .          .     102.99         .
Basswood        62.79    102.99          .       99.3          .          .      98.37         .
Yellow-poplar 15.13       14.82      17.77      35.04      30.94      72.58       39.1     59.99
Black walnut    35.56     50.93      44.91      97.43      58.94          .      69.46     70.16
                13.01      13.2
Other eastern soft hardwoods         22.18      19.53      26.05      36.49      42.52     46.27
                 8.22      9.17
Other eastern hard hardwoods         11.26      12.44      14.68      22.26      40.79     51.64
                16.33     14.06
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods      22.93      30.34      76.44      98.37      98.78    102.99

Wed Dec 07 00:45:00 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:45:00 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                              .       80.2   98.37
                          91.44     102.62       .
                              .     101.04       .
                              .          .       .
                              .     102.62       .
                              .     102.62       .
                              .          .       .
                              .          .       .
                          86.04      55.25       .
                              .      97.38       .
                          61.59      76.47       .
                          40.73     102.99   74.67
                              .          .       .


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ########
             ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods group               .
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group
              cypress group
Oak / gum / ######## ######## ########
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ########
             ######## ######## 607,468.
Maple / beech / birch group
             ######## ########
Aspen / birch group                         .
             ########
Other hardwoods group######## 518,004.
             ######## ######## ########
Exotic hardwoods group
Nonstocked######## ######## ########

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                  Clear
                         Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total              1.29        1.49       5.76
                  18.36
White / red / jack pine group 21.56     30.88
Spruce / fir group70.04       98.37     98.78
                   4.81
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group8.41       6.25
                   37.2
Other eastern softwoods group  37.2          .
Oak / pine group 6.8           7.06       26.8
Oak / hickory group1.98        1.99     24.17
                   12.8
Oak / gum / cypress group 12.97         83.88
                  12.39
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  12.42    102.62
                  13.22
Maple / beech / birch group 13.23      104.05
                  69.09
Aspen / birch group           69.09          .
                  41.56
Other hardwoods group         41.98    104.05
                  54.15
Exotic hardwoods group        63.75       99.3
Nonstocked        37.44       43.56     65.62

Wed Dec 07 00:44:51 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:44:51 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ########
             ######## ######## 513,020.
White / red / jack pine group
             ######## 812,392. 881,084.
Spruce / fir group
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ########
             ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods group               .
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group
             ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group
              cypress group
Oak / gum / ######## ######## 536,113.
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ########             .
             ######## ########
Maple / beech / birch group                 .
                group
Aspen / birch208,609. 208,609.              .
             ########
Other hardwoods group########               .
               281,612.
Exotic hardwoods group             . 281,612.
Nonstocked######## ########                 .

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand origin
             Total                   Clear
                         Natural stands evidence of artificial regeneration
Total              3.81        3.93      16.96
                  35.39
White / red / jack pine group 36.29        69.9
Spruce / fir group69.77       98.37      98.78
                  11.24       13.82
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group          19.56
                  48.67
Other eastern softwoods group 48.67           .
Oak / pine group12.63         13.01      44.62
Oak / hickory group4.55        4.56      52.18
                  36.54
Oak / gum / cypress group 36.99         102.62
                  25.74
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  25.74           .
                  22.11
Maple / beech / birch group 22.11             .
Aspen / birch group99.3        99.3           .
                  81.89
Other hardwoods group         81.89           .
Exotic hardwoods99.3group          .       99.3
Nonstocked        82.61       82.61           .

Wed Dec 07 00:44:41 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:44:41 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
n cubic feet, on forest land

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                   ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                          ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 648,413. ########       ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                             ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Cypress     ######## 345,175. 699,804.      ########    692,219.   ########              .   ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                     ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                             ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                              ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Yellow birch######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########                .
Hard maple######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Beech       ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########         ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########       ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Ash         ######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## ######## ########        ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Basswood ######## ######## ########         ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                               ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
Black walnut######## ######## ########      ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########      ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                ########   ########    ########    ########      ########

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             1.48        2.27       2.31       2.06     2.14      2.35      2.67      3.23
                  4.45
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 6.55         6.39       5.81      6.3      7.46       9.9     12.63
                  5
Other yellow pines .58        8.01       7.62       7.34     7.37      8.94     12.91     20.36
                  9.11
Eastern white and red pine 10.2         10.87       12.7    13.52     13.74     14.66     18.14
                 50.15
Spruce and balsam fir        63.69      55.99      78.14    85.27     53.29     72.08     60.73
Eastern hemlock  17.11       17.23      17.91      17.56     22.6     22.16     40.39     43.38
Cypress          53.67       77.03      62.88      72.56  102.62    102.62          .     73.13
                 11.67
Other eastern softwoods 12.22           12.15      16.22    21.25     24.02     37.76   101.04
Select white oaks4.09         5.63       5.25       6.31     6.04      6.47      7.16      8.07
Select red oaks 5.95          9.18       9.32       8.83     9.61      9.72     10.04     10.94
Other white oaks 4.33         7.18       6.27        5.9     6.25      6.97      7.63      9.16
Other red oaks 3.97           6.41       5.98       5.75     5.89      6.46        7.      8.25
Hickory           4.53          5.       5.37       6.11     7.01      7.95      9.07     12.77
Yellow birch     39.64       56.01      41.53      55.55    51.68     50.59     63.55          .
Hard maple       11.02       10.67      12.15      13.39    15.07     19.19     19.36     27.56
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9   21.0-28.9     29.0+
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                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .
                ########              .           .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########              .           .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .
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                ########              .           .
                ########    ########              .
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                ########    ########              .
                ########    ########      ########
                ########    ########              .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      4.05      4.18    11.65
                     16.93     18.63   102.48
                       41.      99.3         .
                     22.28     22.32    36.81
                     98.37      71.5         .
                     51.57     33.22    98.37
                     77.37     54.95         .
                     69.33         .         .
                     10.44      10.6    30.17
                     13.44     10.78    29.34
                     10.96      10.9    35.27
                      9.91     10.61    30.72
                     15.69      18.3    72.85
                     98.37         .         .
                     49.66     30.08    98.37
Soft maple       4.92      4.49       5.07       5.87       7.38       9.55      10.94      14.04
Beech            8.89      9.02       10.7      11.57      13.45      14.66      18.85       18.8
Sweetgum         6.43      6.83       7.14       8.11       9.72      12.01      12.71       16.5
                11.04
Tupelo and blackgum        8.13      12.52      12.83      13.72      16.65      21.93      29.47
Ash              9.01     13.25      11.42      15.51      13.01      13.77      19.83      20.07
                 aspen
Cottonwood and32.67       52.91       50.7      74.65      69.99      72.18      68.67      73.02
Basswood        15.99     22.21      20.13      27.42      28.12      27.16      29.64      34.97
Yellow-poplar    3.91      4.99       4.68       4.91        5.5       5.87       6.09        7.2
Black walnut    14.17     22.05      25.03      25.59      21.49      28.92       26.9      33.04
                 6.92      7.16
Other eastern soft hardwoods          7.79       9.29       9.78      12.41      13.32      20.19
                 7.02      8.03
Other eastern hard hardwoods          8.61       9.49      12.75      14.43      26.76       38.9

Wed Dec 07 00:44:32 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:44:32 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          21.56       17.7    97.38
                           24.2       24.4    98.37
                          24.18      23.06         .
                          29.62      30.18         .
                          26.99      27.18   102.99
                         102.99          .         .
                          37.54      36.29         .
                           8.74       8.18    24.76
                           53.4       74.8         .
                           22.4      27.07    42.87
                          40.94      57.81         .


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf ######## ######## ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines
            ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  . ######## ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ########                . ######## ########
            ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                             . ######## ########
Cypress     ########              .         .          . ########
            ########
Other eastern softwoods           . ######## ######## ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks
Hickory     ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Yellow birch######## ########               . ######## ########
Hard maple######## ######## 170,060. ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Beech       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Sweetgum ########                 . ######## ######## ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood########                . 955,212.           . ########
Basswood ######## ########                  . ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar
Black walnut########              .   83,681. ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private
Total             1.48        6.26      18.27      11.92       1.78
                  4.45
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 48.76       24.37      26.27         4.7
                  5
Other yellow pines .58       13.51      32.93      27.55       6.46
                  9.11
Eastern white and red pine 18.25            .      66.05      10.69
                 50.15
Spruce and balsam fir        58.86          .      98.37      98.78
Eastern hemlock  17.11       29.99          .      70.77      21.41
Cypress          53.67            .         .          .      53.67
                 11.67
Other eastern softwoods           .     45.28      45.03       12.2
Select white oaks4.09        14.51      39.87      22.35       4.44
Select red oaks 5.95         13.42      68.22      26.65       6.91
Other white oaks 4.33         7.85      61.66      24.83       5.93
Other red oaks 3.97          10.29      29.27      22.69       4.59
Hickory           4.53       14.47      40.99      32.15       4.92
Yellow birch     39.64       63.31          .      80.02      43.71
Hard maple       11.02       39.89     102.62      50.21      10.61
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Soft maple       4.92     15.33       39.8      25.06       5.46
Beech            8.89     60.72      41.31      36.59       9.48
Sweetgum         6.43         .      31.06      38.39       6.61
                11.04
Tupelo and blackgum       17.03      44.42      45.13      12.48
Ash              9.01     34.58      83.41      41.34       9.65
                 aspen
Cottonwood and32.67           .     102.62          .      33.79
Basswood        15.99     29.79          .      49.37       20.5
Yellow-poplar    3.91     20.96      31.26      23.05       4.13
Black walnut    14.17         .     101.04      54.25      14.64
                 6.92     28.69
Other eastern soft hardwoods         36.22      32.52        7.4
                 7.02     18.73
Other eastern hard hardwoods         49.34      38.45       7.87

Wed Dec 07 00:44:21 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:44:21 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 sawtimber trees, in board feet (International ¼-inch rule), on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########        ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                     ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                            ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                    ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ######## ########         ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                               ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Cypress     ######## ######## ########        ########              .   ########      ########    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern softwoods                       ########    ########      ########      ########              .
             oaks
Select white########             . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            ########
Select red oaks                  . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            oaks
Other white ########             . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            ########
Other red oaks                   . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Hickory     ########             . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Yellow birch########             . ########   ########    ########                .   ########              .
Hard maple########               . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Soft maple ########              . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Beech       ########             . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Sweetgum ########                . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ########              . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
Ash         ########             . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood########               . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########              .
Basswood ########                . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
            ########
Yellow-poplar                    . ########   ########    ########      ########      ########    ########
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        4.28     2.28      2.41      2.72      3.29      4.12      4.27
                  5.49
Loblolly and shortleaf pine    5.8     6.32      7.47      9.91     12.63     16.95     18.74
                  6
Other yellow pines .17        7.39     7.37      8.94     12.83      20.4     41.02      99.3
                 10.45
Eastern white and red pine 12.83      13.58     13.73     14.67     18.16     22.28     22.36
                 50.79
Spruce and balsam fir         76.9    84.82      53.5     72.13     60.68     98.37     71.51
Eastern hemlock  20.18       17.68    22.68     22.08     40.55     43.43      51.5     33.47
Cypress          56.79       72.64  102.62    102.62          .      73.2     77.48     55.96
                 15.85
Other eastern softwoods       16.3    21.28      24.1     37.81   101.04      69.36          .
Select white oaks4.75            .     6.07      6.47      7.18      8.07     10.45     10.73
Select red oaks 7.05             .     9.62      9.75     10.05     10.95     13.44     10.85
Other white oaks 5.15            .     6.27      6.96      7.63      9.18     10.97     11.05
Other red oaks 4.91              .     5.95      6.49      7.03      8.27      9.95      10.7
Hickory           5.91           .     7.05      7.96       9.1      12.8      15.7     18.41
Yellow birch     44.82           .    52.11     50.54     63.55         .     98.37          .
Hard maple       14.03           .    15.16      19.2     19.41     27.56      49.7      30.1
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                29.0+
                ########
                ########
                        .
                ########
                        .
                ########
                        .
                        .
                ########
                ########
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                ########
                ########
                        .
                ########
                ########
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                        .
                        .
                ########
                        .
                        .
                ########
                        .
                ########
                        .



                29.0+
                      12.
                   102.48
                        .
                    37.07
                        .
                    98.37
                        .
                        .
                    30.32
                    31.63
                    35.96
                    30.81
                    72.82
                        .
                    98.37
Soft maple       7.56          .      7.43       9.58      10.94      14.02      21.57      17.83
Beech           10.83          .     13.47      14.68      18.88       18.8       24.2      24.45
Sweetgum         8.48          .      9.81      12.04      12.74      16.52      24.18      23.11
                14.52
Tupelo and blackgum            .     13.58      16.83      21.92      29.41      29.85      30.38
Ash             11.16          .     13.03      13.85       19.9      20.05      26.99      27.45
                 aspen
Cottonwood and43.89            .     70.07      72.92      68.67      73.05     102.99          .
Basswood        18.55          .     28.38      27.15      29.59      34.97      37.51      36.39
Yellow-poplar    4.66          .      5.51       5.89       6.11        7.2       8.74       8.23
Black walnut    17.19          .     21.56      28.95      26.87      33.04      53.29      75.11
                 9.69
Other eastern soft hardwoods   .      9.86      12.47      13.38       20.1      22.51      27.37
                10.77
Other eastern hard hardwoods   .     12.88      14.51      27.05      39.77      41.33       58.7

Wed Dec 07 00:44:11 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:44:11 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          97.38
                          98.37
                              .
                              .
                         102.99
                              .
                              .
                          25.13
                              .
                          43.06
                              .


LIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
Estimate type Net volume of sawtimber trees, in board feet (International ¼-inch rule), on timberland
Special filtering:
Statecd/EVALID(s): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf ######## ######## ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines
            ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                  . ######## ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ########                . ######## ########
            ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                             . ######## ########
Cypress     ########              .         .          . ########
            ########
Other eastern softwoods           . ######## ######## ########
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks
Hickory     ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Yellow birch######## ########               .          . ########
Hard maple######## ########                 . ######## ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Beech       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Sweetgum ########                 . ######## ######## ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Ash         ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             and aspen
Cottonwood########                . ########           . ########
Basswood ######## ########                  . ######## ########
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar
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        7.23      19.94       12.99       2.25
                  5.49
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 54.68       25.55       28.97       5.84
                  6
Other yellow pines .17       13.75      34.44       29.18       7.35
                 10.45
Eastern white and red pine 21.25             .      74.58      12.05
                 50.79
Spruce and balsam fir        65.14           .      98.37      98.78
Eastern hemlock  20.18        39.2           .      72.34      24.61
Cypress          56.79            .          .          .      56.79
                 15.85
Other eastern softwoods           .    101.04       60.86      16.29
Select white oaks4.75        17.59        41.5      25.48       5.11
Select red oaks 7.05         14.97      70.29       28.49       8.48
Other white oaks 5.15         9.11      75.36       28.67       6.91
Other red oaks 4.91          12.84      33.15        26.8       5.55
Hickory           5.91       19.31      55.61       40.09       6.35
Yellow birch     44.82       59.67           .          .       57.3
Hard maple       14.03       47.13           .      59.53      13.05
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Soft maple       7.56     28.26      53.89      37.16       8.14
Beech           10.83     69.71      52.36       43.8       11.5
Sweetgum         8.48         .       36.4      46.05       8.83
                14.52
Tupelo and blackgum       28.49      66.27      46.22      16.53
Ash             11.16     36.86       99.3      43.63      12.03
                 aspen
Cottonwood and43.89           .     102.62          .      45.95
Basswood        18.55     32.78          .      51.07      25.08
Yellow-poplar    4.66     22.96      34.85      24.55       4.95
Black walnut    17.19         .          .      69.64      17.51
                 9.69     39.35
Other eastern soft hardwoods         52.71      38.05      10.31
                10.77     23.89
Other eastern hard hardwoods        101.04      54.79      12.52

Wed Dec 07 00:44:02 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:44:02 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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######## ######## 976,514.
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .
State      ######## ######## ########                 .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ########                 .
             189,842. 189,842.
Other Local Govt                          .           .
Private    ######## ########              . 339,049.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.16       1.22    12.96     44.04
                  5.31
National Forest System       5.47    35.15     49.71
                 18.06
National Park Service           .    18.06           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife29.21          .    29.21           .
Dept of Defense21.26       21.26         .           .
Other federal 31.59        31.59         .           .
State            14.26     15.02     43.42           .
                 16.39
County and Municipal       17.33     51.06           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.56       1.56        .     93.46

Wed Dec 07 00:43:53 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:43:53 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
 short tons, on forest land

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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######## ######## 976,514.
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .
State      ######## ######## ########                 .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ########                 .
             189,842. 189,842.
Other Local Govt                          .           .
Private    ######## ########              . 339,049.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.16       1.22    12.96     44.04
                  5.31
National Forest System       5.47    35.15     49.71
                 18.06
National Park Service           .    18.06           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife29.21          .    29.21           .
Dept of Defense21.26       21.26         .           .
Other federal 31.59        31.59         .           .
State            14.26     15.02     43.42           .
                 16.39
County and Municipal       17.33     51.06           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.56       1.56        .     93.46

Wed Dec 07 00:43:43 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:43:43 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
 short tons, on forest land

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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######## ######## ########
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .
State      ######## ######## ########                 .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ########                 .
             341,732. 341,732.
Other Local Govt                          .           .
Private    ######## ########              . 568,207.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.18       1.24    13.09     44.05
                  5.41
National Forest System       5.56    35.32     49.84
                 18.28
National Park Service           .    18.28           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife29.11          .    29.11           .
Dept of Defense21.23       21.23         .           .
Other federal 32.01        32.01         .           .
State            14.36     15.07     43.89           .
                 16.62
County and Municipal       17.55     52.15           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.57       1.57        .     93.02

Wed Dec 07 00:43:34 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:43:34 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 892,124. ########
Other yellow pines                             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 220,832. 473,163.
Eastern white and red pine                       931,477.   ########     ########     ########     ########
             710,692.
Spruce and balsam fir      1,992.    39,158.      10,745.      67,205.      36,577.      66,978.    154,552.
            ########
Eastern hemlock           42,208. 113,152.       235,124.     315,734.     377,649.    311,085.     473,041.
Cypress     ########       4,134.    20,552.      10,593.      21,231.      22,402.      13,824.      65,051.
            ########
Other eastern softwoods470,142. 634,332.         940,251.     993,690.     822,605.    490,568.     369,565.
             oaks
Select white######## 843,969. ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 353,137. 523,411.
Select red oaks                                ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            oaks
Other white ######## 484,495. ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                                 ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Yellow birch 956,132.     18,701.    65,849.     103,388.     112,660.     196,463.    135,836.     152,917.
Hard maple######## 471,644. 903,882.           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Beech       ######## 519,209. ########         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Ash         ######## 381,710. 729,408.         ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             578,595.
Cottonwood and aspen 35,675.         42,322.      59,359.     122,155.      29,125.      52,939.      44,086.
Basswood ########         23,329.    60,673.     154,454.     251,355.     280,371.    254,194.     386,089.
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                                  ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Black walnut########      18,987.    75,254.     250,420.     356,130.     502,757.    480,833.     590,073.
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                   ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                   ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                ########     ########     ########      908,339.     742,034.

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        2.16       2.29         1.6       1.72         1.7     1.84      2.12
                  4.22
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 11.77        8.51       6.51        6.37         5.8     6.27      7.37
                  5
Other yellow pines .01       12.52       11.2       7.46        7.33        7.02     6.92      8.59
                  8.62
Eastern white and red pine 12.96        16.94       9.83       10.61       12.29    13.03     13.58
                 49.49
Spruce and balsam fir        98.37       46.9      63.68       55.92        78.2     85.3     53.27
Eastern hemlock  16.43       29.82      29.26      17.11       17.39       17.15    22.15     22.17
Cypress          46.03       79.33     102.62      64.68       53.94       72.56  102.62      84.64
                  9.06
Other eastern softwoods       9.52      12.24      11.11       11.24       14.44    19.51     20.78
Select white oaks3.81         8.44       9.87       5.23        4.91        6.02     5.76      6.37
Select red oaks 5.3          20.49      18.09       8.04          8.6       7.71     8.84      9.18
Other white oaks 3.73        15.11      12.72       5.66        5.18        5.08      5.5      6.23
Other red oaks      3.6       7.55       9.75       5.83        5.43        5.62     5.57      6.14
Hickory           3.99        6.81       9.38       4.52        4.92         5.8     6.65      7.66
Yellow birch     30.32       51.51      59.52      38.67       32.98       39.04    42.23     38.52
 short tons, on forest land

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                       15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9     19.0-20.9    21.0-28.9     29.0+
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                       ########     ########      ########     ########       132,256.
                       ########      964,760.      304,611.       84,517.             .
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                          76,516.    119,597.        55,854.      81,517.             .
                        239,538.     287,324.      194,230.     569,888.        86,959.
                          28,544.    273,752.        86,648.    368,849.      319,229.
                        214,605.     104,709.        79,287.             .            .
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                       ########     ########      ########     ########       458,548.
                        130,888.              .      39,430.             .            .
                       ########      948,549.      415,145.     918,560.      330,913.
                       ########     ########      ########     ########       694,530.
                       ########     ########      ########     ########       302,682.
                       ########     ########      ########     ########               .
                       ########     ########       833,897.     832,062.      121,148.
                       ########     ########      ########     ########       348,609.
                          68,366.      90,640.       33,928.             .            .
                        448,052.     353,202.      526,672.     429,423.              .
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                        621,156.     332,510.      203,934.     334,250.              .
                       ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                       ########      681,317.      689,067.     804,422.      100,869.
                        437,191.     180,298.      145,783.       49,763.     142,382.



                       15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                             2.42      2.95      3.69       3.8      9.49
                             9.82     12.39     16.48     18.04   102.48
                             12.2     19.94     37.94      99.3         .
                            14.52      17.9     21.27     21.43    36.27
                            72.08     60.73     98.37      71.5         .
                             38.7     43.37     51.57     33.55    98.37
                          102.62      63.23     77.36     54.89   102.62
                            28.97      52.4      57.1         .         .
                             6.92      7.84      9.89     10.16    25.98
                             9.48      9.98     12.17      9.94    23.48
                             6.77      7.85      9.09      8.81    25.39
                             6.79      8.16      9.67     10.26    27.85
                             8.54     12.16     15.13     17.11    59.46
                            59.72         .     98.37         .         .
Hard maple       9.14     12.19      15.42       9.02      10.97      12.03      13.59      16.97
Soft maple         3.4     4.48       6.02       3.26       3.94       4.72       5.66       7.24
Beech            7.43      9.05       12.1       7.91       9.17       10.1      12.18      12.97
Sweetgum         5.38      6.48        7.5       6.18        6.7       7.63       9.36       11.5
Tupelo and blackgum7.3     5.44       7.95        5.9       9.79       10.4      13.13      15.19
Ash              7.02     11.35      17.73       8.97       9.06      12.12      10.71      11.84
                 aspen
Cottonwood and28.35       48.03      53.12      49.62      50.03      74.67      57.25      72.08
Basswood        13.62     33.63      46.22      16.73      15.86      20.87      23.57      22.56
Yellow-poplar    3.64      6.82       7.84       4.71       4.54        4.8       5.35       5.74
Black walnut     11.5      39.5      39.86      15.93      18.85       19.2      17.75      23.84
                 4.72      5.93
Other eastern soft hardwoods          8.55       4.86       5.71       7.22       7.71       10.2
                 4.46      5.13
Other eastern hard hardwoods          7.09       5.53       6.68       8.15       9.75      11.05
                 3.81      4.66
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods        6.2       4.53       5.71        8.5      13.14      18.68

Wed Dec 07 00:43:24 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:43:24 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          17.96      25.02    38.24   27.67    56.95
                           9.33      10.98    16.41   13.58    38.24
                          16.49      17.42    21.31   19.59    60.73
                          12.26      16.02    22.38   21.19        .
                          20.94      25.89    26.73   26.01   102.62
                          15.82      18.86     24.2   25.47    57.51
                          68.67      60.12   102.99       .        .
                          28.67      27.84      32.   36.17        .
                           5.98       6.98     8.56    7.92     20.9
                          23.27      30.07    53.44    41.9        .
                          10.81      16.62    19.11    21.5    35.02
                          17.52      22.65    24.69   37.48    98.78
                          23.03       49.6    49.78   98.37    98.37


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf 417,491. 573,728. 531,206. 395,892. 267,006. 400,380. 118,732.
Loblolly and######## pine
            ######## 585,731. ######## ######## 696,950. 742,857. 206,685. 169,949.
Other yellow pines
             920,043.
Eastern white and red pine85,431. 116,779. 123,385.       92,200.   62,494.   94,717.   99,424.
               56,594.
Spruce and balsam fir      6,415.     10,490.     5,793.        .    5,217.    4,853.   23,826.
             602,782.
Eastern hemlock           67,260.     82,543. 112,999.    86,928.   40,238.   58,051.   97,293.
Cypress         3,342.           .     3,342.          .        .         .         .          .
             545,046.
Other eastern softwoods133,572.       92,263. 104,348.    33,166.         .   20,423.   20,785.
             oaks
Select white######## 294,265. 303,837. 222,523. 215,199. 270,067. 227,609. 161,842.
            ######## 114,566. 196,789. 179,082. 210,425. 271,067. 246,853. 141,776.
Select red oaks
            oaks
Other white ######## 236,905. 274,550. 412,443. 427,696. 384,363. 232,397. 303,106.
            ######## 423,088. 479,459. 648,921. 578,014. 538,669. 577,979. 338,604.
Other red oaks
Hickory      905,660.     76,782. 131,325.       82,892. 135,274. 183,358.    85,929. 127,428.
Yellow birch 163,098.            .    17,985.     9,222.        .   24,915.   27,677.          .
Hard maple 220,707.       19,870.     12,227.    16,996.  34,713.   12,836.   22,193.          .
Soft maple ######## 230,211. 215,207. 180,515. 122,808. 152,835. 158,736. 110,501.
Beech        140,785.      3,876.      5,807.     9,608.  30,727.         .         .          .
Sweetgum 551,965.         76,765.     67,961.    87,667.  19,873.   52,154.   60,124. 133,878.
             470,892.
Tupelo and blackgum       40,560.     76,215.    58,370. 131,329.   70,034.    9,309.   58,579.
Ash          448,424.     99,615. 124,860.       49,826.  13,472.   46,862.   39,815.   29,724.
               12,881.
Cottonwood and aspen             .     6,349.          .        .         .    6,532.          .
Basswood        6,948.     1,374.           .     2,010.        .         .    3,563.          .
            ######## 171,333. 215,793. 108,350. 130,706.
Yellow-poplar                                                       53,356. 131,074. 113,133.
Black walnut 211,640.     12,201.     24,633.     6,459.  28,037.         .   40,428.   48,956.
            ######## 315,533. 270,673. 250,348. 186,279.
Other eastern soft hardwoods                                        95,202. 129,355. 162,079.
            ######## 685,120. 818,557. 844,082. 648,737. 391,062. 131,197. 127,738.
Other eastern hard hardwoods
             429,067. 167,729.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 110,867.         91,408.   6,141.    7,396.   21,519.   24,005.

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             3.49        3.49       4.15        4.68     6.94      7.89      9.96     13.11
                 10.83
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 12.66       11.96       16.45     21.7     30.74     31.62     59.26
                  8
Other yellow pines .45        9.74       9.18       10.16    18.84     17.05     34.52     46.79
                 22.04
Eastern white and red pine 27.69        41.06       32.52    31.27     51.61     40.72     49.29
                 62.51
Spruce and balsam fir        80.25         88.      98.37        .     98.37   104.05    104.05
Eastern hemlock  26.06       35.61      32.05        28.3    40.25     50.75      54.7     51.26
Cypress        102.62            .     102.62           .        .         .         .          .
                 31.07
Other eastern softwoods 16.42           21.95       26.36    51.26         .   102.62    102.62
                 1
Select white oaks2.79        12.57      15.53       22.06    28.05     33.17     36.62     47.99
Select red oaks 16.03        21.25      20.17         27.     31.3      29.6     37.35      50.9
Other white oaks 12.17       12.25      15.68       16.17    22.35     23.76     30.99     32.89
Other red oaks 8.91           9.88       12.7       13.48    19.08      20.5     22.54     36.11
Hickory          16.69       22.91      22.63       35.64    34.37     38.48     61.53     54.25
Yellow birch     59.23           .      69.44      104.05        .     77.72     70.45          .
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                ######## ######## ########
                 101,396. 162,270.     40,739.
                      794.         .         .
                   56,809. 188,805.          .
                         .         .         .
                   57,471.         .         .
                         .         .         .
                   53,391.   87,099.         .
                   55,253. 150,076. 107,914.
                 112,801. 420,302. 304,437.
                 213,120. 372,424. 226,347.
                 339,729. 627,223.           .
                   54,397.   28,275.         .
                         .   83,298.         .
                         .   21,394.   80,479.
                   53,895.   19,511. 149,916.
                         .   90,768.         .
                   53,544.         .         .
                         .   26,497.         .
                         .   44,250.         .
                         .         .         .
                         .         .         .
                   48,229. 131,180.          .
                         .   50,926.         .
                   52,779.   78,928.         .
                 223,498.    56,641. 108,984.
                         .         .         .



                19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                     17.02     16.22    35.05
                       73.     76.01   102.62
                   102.99          .         .
                     72.06     48.85         .
                         .         .         .
                     70.01         .         .
                         .         .         .
                     71.46   102.62          .
                     97.43     71.47    97.38
                     70.18     41.22    75.07
                     41.69     39.22    71.62
                     38.26     37.64         .
                   102.62       99.3         .
                         .   102.62          .
Hard maple      44.03     37.59      57.71      60.94       72.4       99.3       99.3         .
Soft maple      15.75     10.46      16.17       21.1      30.16       30.9      37.79     51.58
Beech            48.6        61.     98.37      71.82      70.88          .          .         .
Sweetgum        32.03      19.9      25.45      28.61      72.01      57.69      72.73    102.62
                33.45
Tupelo and blackgum       23.04      28.25      36.39      38.63      91.54      98.37     76.14
Ash             19.24     19.86      23.37      42.79     102.62      70.43      74.28    102.99
                 aspen
Cottonwood and63.76            .     74.19          .          .          .     102.99         .
Basswood        61.53    102.99          .       99.3          .          .      98.37         .
Yellow-poplar 12.78       12.46      16.18      30.21      30.71       55.9       39.1     51.98
Black walnut    33.54     45.68      41.69      97.43      58.98          .      69.47     70.15
                11.52     12.13
Other eastern soft hardwoods         19.76      18.96      24.23      32.71      40.15     38.75
                 7.75      8.91
Other eastern hard hardwoods         11.05      12.19      14.39      21.63      38.29     45.79
                14.68     14.22
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods      21.08      26.03      77.95      98.37      98.78    102.99

Wed Dec 07 00:43:10 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:43:10 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                              .       80.1    98.37
                          91.45     102.62   102.62
                              .      70.77         .
                         102.62          .         .
                              .     102.62         .
                              .     102.62         .
                              .          .         .
                              .          .         .
                          86.07      55.22         .
                              .      97.38         .
                           61.5      75.88         .
                          40.71     102.99    74.27
                              .          .         .


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             shortleaf ######## ########
Loblolly and######## pine                       ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                              ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 369,173. 791,003.
Eastern white and red pine                      ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             balsam fir
Spruce and ########         3,487.    68,564.      18,814.     117,674.      64,045.    117,277.     270,617.
            ########
Eastern hemlock            83,119. 222,740.       463,085.     621,790.     743,737.    612,703.     931,687.
Cypress     ########        8,094.    40,238.      20,739.      41,567.      43,859.      27,065.    127,357.
            ########
Other eastern softwoods750,979. ########        ########     ########     ########      785,647.     595,931.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## 658,108. 975,800.
Select red oaks                                 ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            oaks
Other white ######## 810,826. ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                                  ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Hickory     ######## ######## ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Yellow birch########       29,890. 105,246.       165,244.     180,062.     314,004.    217,104.     244,405.
Hard maple######## 886,754. ########            ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Soft maple ######## ######## ########           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Beech       ######## 969,300. ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Sweetgum ######## ######## ########             ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ########           ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Ash         ######## 686,061. ########          ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
             and aspen 65,887.
Cottonwood########                    77,073.     108,455.     220,538.      51,001.      97,772.      81,422.
Basswood ########          43,830. 113,989.       290,182.     472,236.     526,750.    477,570.     725,370.
            ######## ######## ########
Yellow-poplar                                   ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
Black walnut########       36,674. 145,358.       483,704.     687,889.     971,111.    928,762.    ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                    ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                    ########     ########     ########     ########     ########
            ######## ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                 ########     ########     ########     ########     ########

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             1.18        2.18       2.31       1.64       1.79        1.74     1.87      2.14
                  4.25
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 11.78        8.54       6.53       6.41        5.84     6.34       7.4
                  5
Other yellow pines .01       12.53      11.22       7.46       7.33        7.01     6.93      8.57
                  8.62
Eastern white and red pine 12.96        16.94       9.83      10.61       12.29    13.03     13.58
                 49.49
Spruce and balsam fir        98.37       46.9      63.68      55.92        78.2     85.3     53.27
Eastern hemlock  16.43       29.82      29.26      17.11      17.39       17.15    22.15     22.17
Cypress          46.03       79.33     102.62      64.68      53.94       72.56  102.62      84.64
                  9.06
Other eastern softwoods       9.52      12.24       11.1      11.24       14.44    19.48      20.8
Select white oaks3.81         8.44       9.87       5.23         4.9       6.01     5.76      6.37
Select red oaks 5.3          20.49      18.09       8.04         8.6       7.71     8.84      9.18
Other white oaks 3.72        14.86      12.63       5.64       5.16        5.07      5.5      6.22
Other red oaks 3.57           7.46       9.73       5.77       5.35        5.51     5.52      6.13
Hickory           3.99        6.82       9.39       4.51       4.92        5.81     6.66      7.68
Yellow birch     30.32       51.51      59.52      38.67      32.98       39.04    42.23     38.52
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                15.0-16.9    17.0-18.9     19.0-20.9    21.0-28.9     29.0+
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########       266,970.
                ########     ########       574,590.     160,940.             .
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                 133,978.     209,411.        97,799.    142,735.             .
                 471,786.     565,903.      382,549.    ########       171,271.
                   55,885.    535,956.      169,641.     722,140.      624,992.
                 351,494.     167,257.      126,649.              .           .
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########       740,136.
                 209,197.              .      63,021.             .           .
                ########     ########       780,390.    ########       622,051.
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########       565,070.
                ########     ########      ########     ########              .
                ########     ########      ########     ########       213,985.
                ########     ########      ########     ########       652,286.
                 126,264.     167,402.        62,662.             .           .
                 841,782.     663,583.      989,491.     806,782.             .
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########      642,267.      393,913.     645,628.             .
                ########     ########      ########     ########      ########
                ########     ########      ########     ########       194,590.
                 737,864.     318,633.      269,169.       93,165.     266,566.



                15.0-16.9 17.0-18.9 19.0-20.9 21.0-28.9 29.0+
                      2.44      2.99      3.74      3.83      9.52
                      9.85     12.47     16.53     18.04   102.48
                     12.23     19.97     37.93      99.3         .
                     14.52      17.9     21.27     21.43    36.27
                     72.08     60.73     98.37      71.5         .
                      38.7     43.37     51.57     33.55    98.37
                   102.62      63.23     77.36     54.89   102.62
                      29.3      52.4      57.1         .         .
                      6.92      7.84      9.89     10.16    25.98
                      9.48      9.98     12.17      9.94    23.51
                      6.75      7.87      9.09      8.86    25.39
                      6.72      8.09      9.68     10.25    27.58
                      8.54     12.16     15.12     17.14    59.45
                     59.72         .     98.37         .         .
Hard maple       9.14     12.19      15.42       9.02      10.97      12.03      13.59      16.97
Soft maple         3.4     4.48       6.02       3.26       3.94       4.72       5.66       7.24
Beech            7.43      9.05       12.1       7.91       9.17       10.1      12.18      12.97
Sweetgum         5.38      6.48        7.5       6.18        6.7       7.63       9.36       11.5
Tupelo and blackgum7.4     5.44       7.96       5.94       9.88      10.48      13.21      15.26
Ash              7.02     11.29      17.82        8.9       9.09      11.95      10.62      11.81
                 aspen
Cottonwood and28.39       48.03       53.6      49.99      50.42      75.93      57.25      72.08
Basswood        13.62     33.63      46.22      16.73      15.86      20.87      23.57      22.56
Yellow-poplar    3.64      6.82       7.84       4.71       4.54        4.8       5.35       5.74
Black walnut     11.5      39.5      39.86      15.93      18.85       19.2      17.75      23.84
                 4.69      5.89
Other eastern soft hardwoods          8.34       4.84       5.75       7.22       7.61      10.17
                 4.39      5.07
Other eastern hard hardwoods          7.05       5.35       6.61       8.19       9.54      10.85
                 3.85      4.68
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods       6.22       4.56       5.71       8.55      13.27      18.58

Wed Dec 07 00:43:01 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:43:01 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
                          17.96      25.02    38.24   27.67    56.95
                           9.33      10.98    16.41   13.58    38.24
                          16.49      17.42    21.31   19.59    60.73
                          12.26      16.02    22.38   21.19        .
                           21.1      26.01    26.82   25.98   102.62
                          15.91      18.87     24.3   25.64    57.51
                          68.67      60.12   102.99       .        .
                          28.67      27.84      32.   36.17        .
                           5.98       6.98     8.56    7.92     20.9
                          23.27      30.07    53.44    41.9        .
                          10.99      16.55    19.14   21.85    35.14
                           17.5      22.37    24.57   38.45    98.78
                          22.98       50.5    49.71   98.37    98.37


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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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      ######## ######## ######## 657,781.
           ########
National Forest System######## ######## 488,257.
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .
State      ######## ######## ########                 .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 758,326.                 .
              94,921.
Other Local Govt          94,921.         .           .
Private    ######## ########              . 169,525.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total             1.16       1.22    12.96     44.04
                  5.31
National Forest System       5.47    35.15     49.71
                 18.06
National Park Service           .    18.06           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife29.21          .    29.21           .
Dept of Defense21.26       21.26         .           .
Other federal 31.59        31.59         .           .
State            14.26     15.02     43.42           .
                 16.39
County and Municipal       17.33     51.06           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.56       1.56        .     93.46

Wed Dec 07 00:42:46 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:42:46 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

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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      ######## ######## 689,759.         39,321.
           ########
National Forest System########     84,257.    23,518.
              Service
National Park343,581.           . 343,581.           .
             150,006.
Fish and Wildlife Service       . 150,006.           .
             249,371. 249,371.
Dept of Defense                          .           .
Other federal107,663. 107,663.           .           .
State        541,467. 469,100.     72,367.           .
             398,568.
County and Municipal 359,020.      39,548.           .
Other Local Govt3,620.    3,620.         .           .
Private    ######## ########             .    15,803.

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland
Total              .96       1.03    12.27     42.33
                  5.05
National Forest System       5.17     37.2     52.56
                 16.65
National Park Service           .    16.65           .
                  Service
Fish and Wildlife27.84          .    27.84           .
Dept of Defense19.95       19.95         .           .
Other federal 29.41        29.41         .           .
State             13.9     14.82     40.54           .
                 16.62
County and Municipal       17.67     48.93           .
                 9
Other Local Govt 7.38      97.38         .           .
Private           1.39       1.39        .     70.67

Wed Dec 07 00:42:36 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:42:36 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
nch d.b.h./d.r.c), in short tons, on forest land

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland              Census   Hazardous
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total      ######## ######## ######## -202,381. ######## -34,364.                .         .
           ########
National Forest System######## 690,785.       98,607.           .       .        .         .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .         .       .        .         .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .         .       .        .         .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .         .       .        .         .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .         .       .        .         .
State      ######## ######## ########                 .         .       .        .         .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## ########                 .         .       .        .         .
             266,035. 266,035.
Other Local Govt                          .           .         .       .        .         .
Private    ######## ########              . -300,988.           .       .        .         .
Other      ########             .         .           . ######## -34,364.        .         .

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland               Census   Hazardous
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total             2.49       2.52    31.23   -433.88        18.28 -102.14        .         .
                   8.3
National Forest System       8.36    87.95     98.93            .       .        .         .
                 25.72
National Park Service           .    25.72           .          .       .        .         .
              -155.23
Fish and Wildlife Service       .  -155.23           .          .       .        .         .
Dept of Defense 60.1         60.1        .           .          .       .        .         .
Other federal 44.68        44.68         .           .          .       .        .         .
State             18.5     19.91     46.57           .          .       .        .         .
                 27.86
County and Municipal         30.7    51.12           .          .       .        .         .
Other Local Govt 96.5        96.5        .           .          .       .        .         .
Private           2.79       2.79        .   -289.93            .       .        .         .
Other            18.41          .        .           .      18.28 -102.14        .         .

Wed Dec 07 00:42:27 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:42:27 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

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ######## ######## 301,946. ########
             ######## ######## ######## 312,182.
White / red / jack pine group                                    .         .
             ######## ########
Spruce / fir group                          .          .         .         .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ######## ########             .         .
             ######## group
Other eastern softwoods399,129. ######## 979,424.                .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / pine group                                                 .         .
             ######## ######## ######## ########
Oak / hickory group                                              .         .
              cypress group
Oak / gum / ######## ######## 626,943. 309,365.                  .         .
             ######## group
Elm / ash / cottonwood ######## ######## ########                .         .
             ######## ######## ######## 960,325.
Maple / beech / birch group                                      .         .
                group
Aspen / birch235,977.             . 235,977.           .         .         .
             ########
Other hardwoods group 851,129. ########                .         .         .
               720,056.
Exotic hardwoods group            . 330,128. 389,928.            .         .
Nonstocked 301,946.               .         .          . 301,946.          .
Other        ########             .         .          .         . ########

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      NonstockedOther
Total              2.49        3.55       4.9       8.26    354.97     18.41
                   pine
White / red / jack 19.6 group 22.93     38.88     74.81          .         .
Spruce / fir group70.07       70.07         .          .         .         .
                   5.42
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group 8.9      7.92     15.67          .         .
                  31.83
Other eastern softwoods group 70.83     54.26     37.25          .         .
Oak / pine group 8.85          12.7     14.01     20.66          .         .
Oak / hickory group3.41        4.32      6.95     12.49          .         .
                  98.45
Oak / gum / cypress group113.75        204.41   181.52           .         .
                  20.73
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  25.59     40.77     45.89          .         .
                  24.07
Maple / beech / birch group 28.25       36.38     59.04          .         .
Aspen / birch group94.9           .      94.9          .         .         .
                  34.78
Other hardwoods group         57.44     43.84          .         .         .
                  51.64
Exotic hardwoods group            .     98.68     45.96          .         .
Nonstocked 354.97                 .         .          .    354.97         .
Other             18.41           .         .          .         .     18.41

Wed Dec 07 00:42:18 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:42:18 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
c.), in cubic feet, on forest land

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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf
Loblolly and######## pine20,759. ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## -885,560. ######## ######## 183,922.
Other yellow pines
            ######## ######## 894,433. 575,007. ########
Eastern white and red pine                                            24,690.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 325,992.                 . 505,496. 726,802.            .
             -495,133. ######## -89,488. -23,624. 733,774.
Eastern hemlock                                                       13,335.
Cypress     ########              . 155,639.         730. ########          .
            ########
Other eastern softwoods           . ######## 517,500. ########        73,855.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## 921,252. ######## ######## 610,164.
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Select red oaks                                                       33,083.
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 284,106.
            ######## ######## 148,868. ######## ######## 556,916.
Other red oaks
Hickory     ######## ######## 420,674. ######## ######## 191,797.
Yellow birch -550,774. 180,516.              .    71,209. -802,499.         .
Hard maple######## ########           60,782. 865,174. ########        7,058.
Soft maple ######## ######## 128,241. ######## ######## 227,671.
Beech       ######## 150,862. 167,748. ######## ########              80,802.
Sweetgum ########                 . ######## ######## ######## 250,816.
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## ######## 133,399. ########               96,309.
Ash         ######## ######## 572,212. 819,333. ########              60,863.
             and aspen
Cottonwood######## -32,418.           11,888.           . ########     3,980.
Basswood ######## 268,758. 315,996. 554,848. ########                  6,824.
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 692,413.
Yellow-poplar
Black walnut########       -3,794.        497. 291,347. ########       3,760.
            ######## ######## -161,390. ######## ######## 220,931.
Other eastern soft hardwoods
            ######## ######## 234,021.
Other eastern hard hardwoods                      23,823. ########    90,575.
            ######## ########
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 427,700. 789,071. ########            73,272.

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local        Other
Total             2.49         8.3        28.6      15.58        2.79     18.41
                  5.25
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 102.98      34.78       42.51        5.42     35.97
                 41.41
Other yellow pines           53.22     -138.6       73.09       48.87     40.27
                 10.65
Eastern white and red pine 21.97        52.01       74.57       12.71     72.65
                 57.12
Spruce and balsam fir        56.67           .      98.12       98.49         .
              -263.42
Eastern hemlock             -64.54    -116.18      -934.7      144.07     98.68
Cypress          43.81            .     86.22     102.58        48.59         .
                  36.2
Other eastern softwoods           .    -94.65       53.45       16.79     47.66
Select white oaks6.36        21.19      46.95       23.61        7.03     33.14
Select red oaks 10.77        27.53      35.02       65.38       12.42     50.62
Other white oaks 12.31       11.21      63.15       24.95       19.22     41.86
Other red oaks 8.88          20.19 1,523.79          38.2        9.27     24.22
Hickory          12.44       18.86     139.59       36.45       14.79     40.48
Yellow birch -193.07        208.75           .      78.15    -123.71          .
c.), in cubic feet, on forest land

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple      14.56      68.83   235.19        48.7      15.44      98.68
Soft maple       9.36      15.23 1,380.69     114.84         9.6      26.14
Beech           10.33      92.05    92.49       32.37      10.97      64.09
Sweetgum         8.93          .    66.78       85.51       8.47      50.96
                 29.3
Tupelo and blackgum        17.21    47.25     282.61       42.68      84.37
Ash             15.87      53.32    58.48       49.42      17.83      55.79
                 aspen
Cottonwood and39.96       -98.93   102.14           .      39.25     102.14
Basswood        34.12      127.5    75.94       47.74      49.36      69.91
Yellow-poplar    4.37      21.87    41.59       22.83       4.61      33.85
Black walnut    18.21     -98.93   100.45       72.53      18.82     104.47
                 11.2      25.06
Other eastern soft hardwoods      -376.21        53.3      11.94      41.52
                27.19      33.18
Other eastern hard hardwoods       176.91     1,306.7      32.83      38.75
                 12.8      18.99
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods     42.35       32.34      15.45      32.59

Wed Dec 07 00:42:06 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:42:06 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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
             shortleaf
Loblolly and######## pine19,792. ######## ######## ######## ########
            ######## ######## -603,440. 644,492. ######## 177,553.
Other yellow pines
            ######## ######## 122,387. 564,528. ########
Eastern white and red pine                                             24,690.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## 325,992.                  . 505,496. 726,802.            .
              248,207. -876,158.
Eastern hemlock                               . -19,044. ########      13,335.
Cypress     ########               .          .          . ########          .
            ########
Other eastern softwoods            . -94,805. 396,406. ########        44,017.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## 528,764. ######## ######## 508,596.
            ######## ######## 184,495. 846,498. ########
Select red oaks                                                        27,414.
            oaks
Other white ######## ########          99,277. ######## ######## 233,804.
            ######## ######## -159,858. ######## ######## 492,688.
Other red oaks
Hickory     ######## ######## -239,790. ######## ######## 179,353.
Yellow birch -419,671. 336,185.               .    54,953. -810,809.         .
Hard maple######## ########             6,755. 544,320. ########        7,058.
Soft maple ######## ######## 550,137. 991,533. ######## 133,655.
Beech       ########          -463.    49,281. 613,573. ########       37,105.
Sweetgum ########                  . ######## 947,301. ######## 137,802.
            blackgum
Tupelo and ######## ######## 138,888. 369,625. ########                74,803.
Ash         ######## ########          88,073. 392,463. ########       33,411.
              927,885.
Cottonwood and aspen               .   11,888.           . 912,017.     3,980.
Basswood ######## 247,238.                    . 422,589. ########       3,663.
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ######## 651,192.
Yellow-poplar
Black walnut########               .       497. 211,299. ########       3,760.
            ######## ######## 109,182. ######## ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                                           59,574.
            ######## ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods           83,968. 157,083. ########       50,034.
                       .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods    .          .          .         .         .

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private    Other
Total             2.45         9.3      35.56       16.1       2.72       19.8
                  5.21
Loblolly and shortleaf pine 109.36      39.47      43.37       5.36     36.07
                 32.52
Other yellow pines           42.36    -176.75      74.46      39.53     41.57
                 10.79
Eastern white and red pine 21.17        98.12      75.58       12.8     72.65
                 57.12
Spruce and balsam fir        56.67          .      98.12      98.49          .
Eastern hemlock426.34       -68.76          . -1,141.03       74.91     98.68
Cypress           50.5            .         .          .       50.5          .
                    17.
Other eastern softwoods           .    -93.25      62.29      17.49       52.4
Select white oaks6.67        21.56      66.82      24.55       7.28     36.14
Select red oaks 10.84        26.54      97.76      97.23      11.45     57.33
Other white oaks 11.12       12.86      71.31      26.19      16.77     43.25
Other red oaks 8.92          19.38 -1,408.97       44.39       9.21     25.98
Hickory          11.29       20.39    -228.51      33.88      12.68     41.18
Yellow birch -245.76         91.28          .      92.66    -121.29          .
s d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple      14.12     39.26     102.14      55.72      15.79      98.68
Soft maple       6.81     15.98      42.67      52.75       7.79       32.7
Beech           10.46 ########       307.2      43.74      10.74      70.59
Sweetgum         8.49          .     44.11      72.13       8.51      32.38
                32.48
Tupelo and blackgum       19.49      62.74      98.83      42.22      88.06
Ash             18.13     42.51     133.64      56.73      20.43      68.37
                 44.5
Cottonwood and aspen           .    102.14          .      45.26     102.14
Basswood        41.45    130.54          .      55.28      54.04      98.68
Yellow-poplar    4.21     22.84      38.25      25.32       4.45      34.03
Black walnut    21.48          .    100.45      69.32      22.46     104.47
                10.69      30.1
Other eastern soft hardwoods        138.56      67.47      11.32      46.59
                 13.6     37.51
Other eastern hard hardwoods          52.5      70.94      15.08      43.05
                     .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods.         .          .          .          .

Wed Dec 07 00:41:55 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:41:55 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                            Other forestland               Census   Hazardous
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total      ######## ######## ######## 921,293.              8,207. 41,129.        .         .
           ########
National Forest System######## ########       89,074.            .       .        .         .
           ########
National Park Service           . ########            .          .       .        .         .
           ########
Fish and Wildlife Service       . ########            .          .       .        .         .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                           .           .          .       .        .         .
           ######## ########
Other federal                             .           .          .       .        .         .
State      ######## ######## 742,602.                 .          .       .        .         .
            Municipal
County and ######## ######## 303,505.                 .          .       .        .         .
Other Local Govt     .          .         .           .          .       .        .         .
Private    ######## ########              . 832,219.             .       .        .         .
Other         49,337.           .         .           .     8,207. 41,129.        .         .

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland              Census    Hazardous
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total             4.11       4.16    26.01     89.15        98.68 102.14         .         .
                 13.37
National Forest System     13.79     60.63     98.93            .      .         .         .
                 25.68
National Park Service           .    25.68           .          .      .         .         .
                  41.7
Fish and Wildlife Service       .     41.7           .          .      .         .         .
Dept of Defense31.03       31.03         .           .          .      .         .         .
Other federal 42.41        42.41         .           .          .      .         .         .
State            25.37     27.58       65.           .          .      .         .         .
                  30.5
County and Municipal       31.71     70.09           .          .      .         .         .
Other Local Govt     .          .        .           .          .      .         .         .
Private           4.63       4.63        .     98.12            .      .         .         .
Other            86.72          .        .           .      98.68 102.14         .         .

Wed Dec 07 00:41:43 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:41:43 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
cubic feet, on forest land

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




          Hazardous




          Hazardous




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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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        ######## ######## ######## 812,895. 180,780.            16,595.
               476,031. 442,028.
White / red / jack pine group         34,003.          .         .         .
                17,735.
Spruce / fir group          17,735.         .          .         .         .
             ######## group
Loblolly / shortleaf pine ######## ######## 105,311.             .         .
                93,113.     34,635.
Other eastern softwoods group         58,478.          .         .         .
             ######## ######## 764,064. 138,836.
Oak / pine group                                                 .         .
             ######## ######## ######## 507,085.
Oak / hickory group                                              .         .
              cypress group
Oak / gum / ######## ######## 253,326.          24,795.          .         .
               949,421. 759,049. 172,680.
Elm / ash / cottonwood group                    17,691.          .         .
               588,503. 481,233.
Maple / beech / birch group           99,109.    8,161.          .         .
Aspen / birch group .             .         .          .         .         .
                36,847.
Other hardwoods group 36,847.               .          .         .         .
                11,015.
Exotic hardwoods group            .         .   11,015.          .         .
Nonstocked 180,780.               .         .          . 180,780.          .
Other           16,595.           .         .          .         .   16,595.

Sampling error percent:
             group
Forest type Stand-size class
             Total                  Medium diameter diameter
                         Large diameter       Small      NonstockedOther
Total              3.09        3.63      7.94     15.71      62.03     71.07
                  40.17
White / red / jack pine group 43.02     61.03          .         .         .
Spruce / fir group98.49       98.49         .          .         .         .
                   8.95       10.62
Loblolly / shortleaf pine group          18.1     35.66          .         .
                   56.2
Other eastern softwoods group 78.45     76.47          .         .         .
Oak / pine group 9.86         11.73     19.71     51.24          .         .
Oak / hickory group3.77        4.39      9.56     18.77          .         .
                  20.39
Oak / gum / cypress group 22.71         51.41     81.13          .         .
                  20.64
Elm / ash / cottonwood group  24.45     35.34   101.94           .         .
                  17.24
Maple / beech / birch group 18.99       44.71   104.96           .         .
Aspen / birch group .             .         .          .         .         .
                  77.47
Other hardwoods group         77.47         .          .         .         .
                  98.93
Exotic hardwoods group            .         .     98.93          .         .
Nonstocked        62.03           .         .          .     62.03         .
Other             71.07           .         .          .         .     71.07

Wed Dec 07 00:41:34 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:41:34 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY




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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########            49,337.
             shortleaf
Loblolly and######## pine        . ######## ######## ########             .
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                                                        .
            ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                 . 133,045. ########            .
             128,637.
Spruce and balsam fir            .         .          . 128,637.          .
            ######## ######## 124,174.
Eastern hemlock                                 58,042. ########          .
Cypress      165,060.            .         .          . 165,060.          .
            ########
Other eastern softwoods          . ########     83,022. ########          .
             oaks
Select white######## 814,495. 200,610. 608,871. ########                  .
            ######## ######## 377,490. 710,454. ########
Select red oaks                                                           .
            oaks
Other white ######## ######## 983,078. 156,685. ########                  .
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                                                            .
Hickory     ######## 263,064. 794,857. 262,787. ########                  .
Yellow birch######## 255,660.              .          . ########          .
Hard maple######## 752,595. 117,851.            15,742. ########          .
Soft maple ######## ######## ######## ######## ########                   .
Beech       ########             .         .          . ########          .
Sweetgum ########                . ######## 605,340. ########             .
            blackgum
Tupelo and ########      59,961.     29,626. 805,885. ########            .
Ash         ######## 320,513. 477,601. 307,100. ########                  .
               39,536.
Cottonwood and aspen 39,536.               .          .         .         .
Basswood ########                .         .    26,173. ########          .
            ######## 862,063. ######## 114,432. ########
Yellow-poplar                                                       41,129.
Black walnut 870,387.            .         .          . 870,387.          .
            ######## 331,111. ######## 756,176. ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                                              .
            ######## 742,401. 627,692. 550,731. ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods                                         8,207.
            ######## 272,909.
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods 113,182.        77,606. ########          .

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private    Other
Total             4.11       13.37      20.25      20.77       4.63     86.72
                 10.77
Loblolly and shortleaf pine       .     36.29      60.85       11.3         .
                  9
Other yellow pines .17       40.12      36.78      31.44      10.09         .
                 23.82
Eastern white and red pine 37.19            .      99.89      30.91         .
                 98.49
Spruce and balsam fir             .         .          .      98.49         .
Eastern hemlock  26.12       43.82      87.64      98.68      34.67         .
Cypress          77.88            .         .          .      77.88         .
                 49.05
Other eastern softwoods           .     90.47      54.05      20.06         .
                 1
Select white oaks8.47        45.93      54.87      48.49      20.36         .
Select red oaks 17.62        42.07      54.37    101.21       19.43         .
Other white oaks 24.38       24.56      50.95      72.58      31.94         .
Other red oaks 11.11         26.77      58.48      48.06      12.08         .
Hickory          18.78       50.76      63.11       67.4      20.44         .
Yellow birch     76.25       72.06          .          .      92.71         .
cubic feet, on forest land

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple      39.39      90.3      98.93      98.49       34.7          .
Soft maple      14.45     26.29      45.94      60.57      15.98          .
Beech           42.58         .          .          .      42.58          .
Sweetgum        21.23         .      61.37      54.45      23.76          .
                41.41
Tupelo and blackgum       71.19     102.14      58.36      47.48          .
Ash             17.51      54.4      56.24      68.13      20.07          .
                 aspen
Cottonwood and98.93       98.93          .          .          .          .
Basswood        37.22         .          .      99.89      37.93          .
Yellow-poplar 14.11       57.35      73.34      52.13      14.31     102.14
Black walnut    43.98         .          .          .      43.98          .
                 12.2     60.07
Other eastern soft hardwoods         37.78      53.34      13.49          .
                13.92     43.44
Other eastern hard hardwoods         47.49      62.06       15.7      98.68
                11.79     28.32
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods      58.22      42.29      12.72          .

Wed Dec 07 00:41:23 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:41:23 MST 2011. Forest Inventory EVALIDator web-application version 4.01 beta.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########              41,129.
             shortleaf
Loblolly and######## pine          . ######## ######## ########             .
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other yellow pines                                                          .
            ######## ########
Eastern white and red pine                   . 133,045. ########            .
             128,637.
Spruce and balsam fir              .         .          . 128,637.          .
            ######## ########
Eastern hemlock                              .    51,409. ########          .
Cypress      165,060.              .         .          . 165,060.          .
            ########
Other eastern softwoods            . 109,304.     76,880. ########          .
             oaks
Select white######## 713,370. 169,151. 444,817. ########                    .
            ######## ########
Select red oaks                              . 693,198. ########            .
            oaks
Other white ######## ########                .          . ########          .
            ######## ######## ######## ######## ########
Other red oaks                                                              .
Hickory     ######## 239,986. 692,576.                  . ########          .
Yellow birch 977,459.              .         .          . 977,459.          .
Hard maple 469,938.                .         .          . 469,938.          .
Soft maple ######## 414,166.                 . 625,302. ########            .
Beech        709,799.              .         .          . 709,799.          .
Sweetgum ########                  . 407,001. 403,812. ########             .
            blackgum
Tupelo and ########                .         . 369,987. ########            .
Ash         ########       55,500.     46,952. 168,770. ########            .
Cottonwood and aspen   .           .         .          .         .         .
Basswood ########                  .         .          . ########          .
            ######## 588,498. 374,875.
Yellow-poplar                                     84,788. ########    41,129.
Black walnut 371,853.              .         .          . 371,853.          .
            ######## 157,485. 117,791. 438,539. ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods                                                .
            ######## 362,097.
Other eastern hard hardwoods                 .    66,831. ########          .
                       .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods    .         .          .         .         .

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other
                        National Forest federal           Private
                                               State and local        Other
Total             4.69       16.73      29.39        23.5        5.15    102.14
                 10.94
Loblolly and shortleaf pine       .     38.81       61.21       11.45         .
                 10.28
Other yellow pines           46.52      46.93       35.54       11.14         .
                 24.47
Eastern white and red pine 40.72             .      99.89        31.1         .
                 98.49
Spruce and balsam fir             .          .          .       98.49         .
Eastern hemlock  28.06       46.18           .      98.68       36.19         .
Cypress          77.88            .          .          .       77.88         .
                 23.04
Other eastern softwoods           .     85.06       57.84       25.28         .
                 2
Select white oaks0.23        51.26        63.8      63.92       22.06         .
Select red oaks 19.73        49.07           .      103.7       21.07         .
Other white oaks 25.16       34.63           .          .       29.27         .
Other red oaks 11.97         33.86        62.1        54.       12.61         .
Hickory          20.36       54.82      71.97           .       21.78         .
Yellow birch 102.14               .          .          .      102.14         .
d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple      56.61         .          .          .      56.61          .
Soft maple      17.53     54.07          .      71.26      18.84          .
Beech           58.26         .          .          .      58.26          .
Sweetgum        23.67         .      60.38      75.65      26.75          .
                47.45
Tupelo and blackgum           .          .      89.28      51.49          .
Ash             23.57     72.77      74.41      90.13      25.39          .
Cottonwood and aspen .        .          .          .          .          .
Basswood        38.66         .          .          .      38.66          .
Yellow-poplar 15.96       46.46      52.56      61.43      17.03     102.14
Black walnut     74.5         .          .          .       74.5          .
                19.03     90.12
Other eastern soft hardwoods         71.41      72.99      20.56          .
                21.25     60.52
Other eastern hard hardwoods             .      98.12      23.18          .
                     .        .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods          .          .          .          .

Wed Dec 07 00:41:11 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:41:11 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): VIRGINIA 2010: ALL AREA, CURRENT AREA, CURRENT VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVAL
Page variable=None
Row variable=Ownership all classes
Column variable=Land Use - Major


Estimate:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland              Census    Hazardous
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total      ######## ######## 295,354.                . ########        .         .         .
           ########
National Forest System########           .           .         .       .         .         .
              Service
National Park295,354.           . 295,354.           .         .       .         .         .
                     .
Fish and Wildlife Service       .        .           .         .       .         .         .
           ######## ########
Dept of Defense                          .           .         .       .         .         .
           ######## ########
Other federal                            .           .         .       .         .         .
State      ######## ########             .           .         .       .         .         .
            Municipal
County and ######## ########             .           .         .       .         .         .
Other Local Govt     .          .        .           .         .       .         .         .
Private    ######## ########             .           .         .       .         .         .
Other      ########             .        .           . ########        .         .         .

Sampling error percent:
           Land Use
Ownership all classes- Major
           Total                           Other forestland              Census    Hazardous
                       TimberlandReserved Forestland Nonforest Non-Census water water
Total             7.04       7.77    98.93           .      16.55      .         .         .
                 79.12
National Forest System     79.12         .           .          .      .         .         .
                 98.93
National Park Service           .    98.93           .          .      .         .         .
                     .
Fish and Wildlife Service       .        .           .          .      .         .         .
               1
Dept of Defense00.45      100.45         .           .          .      .         .         .
Other federal 99.89        99.89         .           .          .      .         .         .
State            68.39     68.39         .           .          .      .         .         .
                 78.87
County and Municipal       78.87         .           .          .      .         .         .
Other Local Govt     .          .        .           .          .      .         .         .
Private           7.91       7.91        .           .          .      .         .         .
Other            16.55          .        .           .      16.55      .         .         .

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.), in cubic feet, on forest land

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Estimate type Average annual removals of growing-stock trees (at least 5 inches d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland
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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       ######## ######## ######## ######## ########               ########
             shortleaf
Loblolly and######## pine          . ######## ######## ########        ########
            ########
Other yellow pines                 . 308,279. ######## ########        ########
            ########
Eastern white and red pine 17,827. ########             . ########      215,530.
             balsam fir
Spruce and ######## ########                 .          .          .           .
            ########
Eastern hemlock                    .         .          . 994,475.      121,243.
Cypress       714,998.             .         .          . 714,998.             .
              884,391.
Other eastern softwoods            .         .          . 590,203.      294,189.
             oaks
Select white######## ######## ########            17,663. ########     ########
            ########
Select red oaks            31,936. 215,384. 156,645. ########           871,211.
            oaks
Other white ########               . 454,173. ######## ########        ########
            ######## 618,769. 211,072. 996,913. ########
Other red oaks                                                         ########
Hickory     ######## 176,216. 211,997.                  . ########     ########
Yellow birch 94,004.               .         .          .    94,004.           .
Hard maple########                 .         .          . ########       44,105.
Soft maple ######## 615,294. 216,469. 490,024. ########                ########
Beech       ########               .         .          . ########      492,202.
Sweetgum ########                  .         .          . ########     ########
            blackgum
Tupelo and ########        19,458. 324,266.             . ########     ########
Ash         ########               .         .          . ########      321,127.
              420,470.
Cottonwood and aspen               .         .          . 403,477.       16,994.
Basswood ########                  .         .          . ########       23,578.
            ########
Yellow-poplar                      . 147,071.           . ########     ########
Black walnut 698,736.              .         .          . 650,432.       48,304.
            ########
Other eastern soft hardwoods .         24,175.          . ########     ########
            ########
Other eastern hard hardwoods .               .          . ########     ########
                       .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods    .         .          .          .           .

Sampling error percent:
            Ownership group
Species group
            Total                   Other     State and local
                        National Forest federal          Private     Other
Total             7.16       63.38      62.23      57.19        8.07     17.42
                 11.12
Loblolly and shortleaf pine       .     99.89      71.82       11.89     34.01
                 17.23
Other yellow pines                .     98.12      92.16       18.79     42.89
                  39.7
Eastern white and red pine 98.12        98.12          .       43.56     71.82
               104.96
Spruce and balsam fir       104.96          .          .           .         .
Eastern hemlock  88.38            .         .          .       98.42     98.68
Cypress        102.14             .         .          .      102.14         .
                 34.35
Other eastern softwoods           .         .          .       45.61     47.91
                 1
Select white oaks7.91        72.16      99.82    100.45         19.8     39.04
Select red oaks 28.93        98.12      99.89      98.12       31.64     71.04
Other white oaks 23.06            .    100.45      95.31       24.46     44.96
Other red oaks 13.53         71.04      82.57      98.12       16.05     27.73
Hickory           23.9       98.12      87.72          .       29.67     37.05
Yellow birch     98.12            .         .          .       98.12         .
d.b.h.), in cubic feet, on timberland

VOLUME, AREA CHANGE, GROWTH, REMOVALS, MORTALITY
Hard maple      58.19         .          .          .      59.78      98.68
Soft maple       29.9     98.12     100.45      96.97      35.69      33.81
Beech           30.62         .          .          .      33.33      72.32
Sweetgum         23.7         .          .          .      25.62      31.04
                41.25
Tupelo and blackgum       98.68      72.46          .      35.71       79.8
Ash             38.41         .          .          .      42.83      65.88
                 aspen
Cottonwood and51.17           .          .          .      53.15     102.14
Basswood        69.06         .          .          .      69.73      98.68
Yellow-poplar 14.36           .     100.45          .      15.65      33.41
Black walnut    54.49         .          .          .      58.02     104.47
                 28.3
Other eastern soft hardwoods .      100.45          .      32.19      60.18
                30.17
Other eastern hard hardwoods .           .          .      40.59      40.34
                     .        .
Eastern noncommercial hardwoods          .          .          .          .

Wed Dec 07 00:40:31 MST 2011
Web citation: Miles, P.D. Wed Dec 07 00:40:31 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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