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					Definitions of Terms in the Core Tables:
*Aboveground dry weight of live trees--oven-dry weight of the live tree biomass (biomsass can include stems, branches, and/or foliage). (USDA Forest Service 2006)
Accessible forest land--forest land that is not hazardous and access is not denied; ground samples are installed.
Air quality index--value or set of values dervived from a multivariate model that examines the composition of lichen communities at each plot to provide a relative estimate of
air quality (Donnegan et al. In Press)
Average annual mortality--the average annual volume of sound wood in trees 5.0 inches d.b.h and larger that died from natural causes during the period between inventories
(Smith et al 2004)
Average net annual growth--average annual net change in sound volume of trees 5.0 inches d.b.h. and larger in the absence of cutting (gross growth minus mortality) during the
period between inventories.
Average annual removals--average annual sound volume of trees 5.0 inches d.b.h. and larger removed from the inventory by harvesting, cultural operations such as timber
stand improvement, land clearing, or changes in land use during the period between inventories.
Climate index--value or set of values derived from a multivariate model that examines the composition of lichen communities at each plot to provide a relative estimate of
climate (Donnegan et al In press).
Conservation/natural resource organizations--an ownership class of private lands owned by a company, corporation, legal partnership, investment firm, bank, timberland
investment management organization (TIMO), or real-estate investment trust (REIT)
Coarse woody debris (CWD)--pieces or portion of pieces of down dead wood with a minimum small-end diameter of at least 3 inches and a length of at least 3 ffeet (excluding
decay class 5). CWD pieces must be detached from a bole and/or not be self-supported by a root system with a lean angle more than 45 degrees from vertical (Woodall and
Monelon 2008).
Compaction--a reduction in soil pore space caused by heavy equipment or by repeated passes of light equipment that compress the soil and break down soil aggregates
Compaction disturbs the soil structure and can cause decreased tree growth, increased water runoff, and soil erosion (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Corporate land--an ownership class of private lands owned by a company, corporation, legal partnership, investment firm, bank, timberland investment management
organization (TIMO), or real-estate investment trust (REIT)
Crown density--the amount of crown stem, branches, twigs, shoots, buds, foliage and reproductive structures that block light penetration through the visible crown. Dead
branches and dead tops are part of the crown. Live and dead branches below the live crown base are excluded. Broken or missing tops are visually reconstructed when forming
this crown outline by comparing outlines of adjacent healthy trees of the same species and dbh/drc (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Crown dieback--recent mortality of branches with fine twigs, which begins at the terminal portion of a branch and proceeds toward the trunk. Dieback is only considered when
it occurs in the upper and outer portions of the tree. When whole branches are dead in the upper crown, without obvious signs of damage such as breaks or animal injury, assume
that the branches died from the terminal portion of the branch. Dead branches in the lower portion of the live crown are assumed to have died from competition and shading.
Dead branches in the lower live crown are not considered as part of crown dieback, unless there is continuous dieback from the upper and outer crown down to those branches
(USDA Forest Service 2006).
Damaging agent--one of many biotic (living) agents that can infect or attack a tree (such as fungal pathogens or insects) or abiotic (non-living) agents that can damage trees
(such as wind, fire, or ice).
Decay class--rating of individual coarse woody debris according to a 5-class decay scale defined by the texture, structural integrity and appearance of pieces. Scale ranges from
freshly fallen trees (class 1) to totally decomposed cubicle rot heaps (class 5) (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Down woody materials (DWM)--collective attributes estimated by the DWM indicator. Consists primarily of the follwing down and dead forest materials: fine wood debris,
coarse woody debris, duff, litter, slash, live and dead herb and shrubs, and fuelbed depths (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Duff--organic forest-floor layer consisting of decomposing leaves and other organic material in which indivicual plant parts are not recognizable (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Erosion--the wearing away of the land surface by running water, wind, ice or other geological agents (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Fine wood debris (FWD)--pieces or portion of pieces of down woody debris with a diameter less than 3 inches at the point of transect intersction; excludes dead branches
attached to standing trees, dead foliage, bark fragments, and cubicle rot (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Foliage transparency--the amount of skylight visible through micro-holes in the live portion of the crown, i.e. where you see foliage, normal or damaged, or remnants of its
recent presence. Recently defoliated branches are included in foliage transparency measurements. Macro-holes are excluded unless they are the result of recent defoliation.
Dieback and dead branches are always excluded from the estimate. Foliage transparency is different from crown density because it emphasizes foliage and ignores stems,
branches, fruits and holes in the crown (USDA Forest Service 2006).

Forest industry land--an ownership class of private lands owned by a company or an individual(s) operating a primary wood-processing plant (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Forest land--land that is at least 10 percent stocked by forest trees of any size, or land formerly having such tree cover, and not currently developed for a nonforest use. The
minimum area for classification as forest land is one acre. Roadside, stream-side, and shelterbelt strips of timber must be at least 120 feet wide to qualify as forest land.
Unimproved roads and trails, streams and other bodies of water, or natural clearings in forested areas are classified as forest, if less than 120 feet in width or one acre in size.
Grazed woodlands, reverting fields, and pastures that are not actively maintained are included if the above qualifications are satisfied. Forest land includes three sub-categories:
timberland, reserved forest land, and other forest land.(USDA Forest Service 2006)
Forest land status--pertaining to reserved status or productivity status (timberland or other forest land)
Forest-type group--a combination of forest types that share closely associated species or site requirements (USDA Forest Service 2006)
Fuelbed--accumulated mass of all down woody material components above the top of the duff layer (excluding live shrubs/herbs) (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Fuel loading -A buildup of fuels, especially easily ignited, fast-burning fuels such as pinestraw. (http://forestry.about.com/library/glossary/blforglf.htm)
*Growing stock trees--all live trees 5.0 inches (12.7 cm) DBH or larger that meet (now or prospectively) regional merchantability requirements in terms of saw-log length,
grade, and cull deductions. Excludes rough and rotten cull trees. (USDA Forest Service 2006)
Gross volume--volume of tree including missing and rotten portions.
Herbs--nonwoody vascular plants incuding but not limited to ferns, mosses, lichens, sedges, and grasses (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Lichen--an organism generally appearing to be a single small leafy, tufted or crust-like plant that consists of a fungus and an alga or cyanobacterium living in symbiotic
association (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Litter--forest-floor layer of freshly fallen leaves, needles, twigs, cones, bark chunks, dead moss, dead lichnes, dead herbaceous stems, and flower parts (Woodall and Monelon
2008).
Live trees--all living trees; all size classes, all tree classes, and both commercial and noncommercial species are included. See FIA tree species list in the field manual. (USDA
Forest Service 2006)
Local land--an ownership class of public land owned or managed by municipalities, …..
National Forest--an ownership class of Federal lands, designated by Executive order or stature as national forests or purchase units, and other lands under the administration of
the Forest Service including experimental forests and Bankhead-Jones Title III lands.
Native American lands--lands held in trust by the Federal Government for individual Indians or tribes, or all lands, titles to which are held by individual Indians or tribes,
subject to Federal restrictions against alienation. (Under this definition individuals, tribes, or corporations have full control of the use and disposition of the lands, and therefore
FIA should classify these lands under the appropriate private ownership category rather than a class of public ownership).
*Net volume--gross volume less deductions for missing volume and rotten defects.
Nonforest land--land that does not support or has never supported, forests, and lands formerly forested where use for timber management is precluded by development for other
uses. Includes areas used for crops, improved pasture, residential areas, city parks, improved roads of any width and adjoining rights-of-way, power line clearings of any width,
and noncensus water. If intermingled in forest areas, unimproved roads and nonforest strips must be more than 120 feet (36.6m) wide, and clearings, etc., more than one acre (0.4
ha) in size, to qualify as nonforest land.(USDA Forest Service 2006)
Nonsampled areas--areas where ground sampling could not be conducted: Access denied - areas where access to a FIA plot is denied by the owner; Hazardous - area which
cannot be accessed because of a hazard or danger, for example cliffs, quarries, strip mines, illegal substance plantations, temporary high water, etc.
Non-stocked--forest land that is stocked with less than 10 percent offull stocking with all live trees. Examples are recently cut-over areas or recently reverted agricultural fields.
(Smith et al 2004)
Owner class--a variable that classifies land into categories of ownership.
Owner group--a variable that combines owner classes into the following groups: Forest Service, Other Federal Agency, State and Local Government, Corporate and Non-
corporate.
Ozone--O3. A regional, gaseous air pollutant produced primarily through sunlight-driven chemical reactions of NO2 and hydrocarbons in the atmosphere causing foliar injury
and growth loss to sensitive trees, shrubs, and herbaceous species (USDA Forest Service 2006 modified by Gretchen Smith 2/6/08).
Ozone biomonitoring site--an open area used for ozone injury evaluations on ozone-sensitive species. The area must meet certain site selection guidelines regarding size, crown
closure, site condition, and plant counts to be used for ozone injury evaluations in FIA (USDA Forest Service 2006 modified by Gretchen Smith 2/6/08).
Ozone bioindicator species--a tree, woody shrub, or non-woody herb species that responds to ambient levels of ozone pollution with distinct visible foliar symptoms that are
easy to diagnose thus providing an indication that the pollutant is present at injurious levels (USDA Forest Service 2006 modified by Gretchen Smith 2/6/08).
Poletimber--live trees at least 5.0 inches in d.b.h. but smaller than sawtimber trees. (Smith et al 2004)
Private land--an ownership group that includes all corporate and non-corporate lands.
Productive forest land--forest land that is producing or capable of producing in excess of 20 cubic feet per acre (1.4 cubic meters per ha) per year of wood at culmination of
mean annual increment (MAI) without regard to reserved status. (adapted from USDA Forest Service 2006)
Public land--an ownership group that includes all Federal, State, County, and Municipal lands.(USDA Forest Service 2006)
Reserved forest land--land permanently reserved from wood products utilization through statute or administrative designation. Examples include National Forest wilderness
areas and National Parks and Monuments (Smith et al 2004, USDA Forest Service 2006).
Roundwood output--logs, bolts, and other round timber generated from harvesting trees for industrial or consumer use (Smith et al 2004).
Sapling Crown Vigor Class--a classification system applied to sapling-size trees, where crowns are divided into discrete classes of good, fair, and poor. Good is defined as at
least 80 percent normal foliage, uncompacted live crown ratio at least 35 percent, and less than 5 percent dieback. Fair is defined as more than 20 percent normal foliage (with
any uncompacted live crown ratio and any amount of dieback). Poor is defined as less than 20 percent normal foliage (with any uncompacted live crown ratio and any amount of
dieback) (from Bill Bechtold, 10/24/07)
*Sawtimber trees--live softwood trees >9.0 in d.b.h. and live hardwoods >11.0 in. d.b.h. meeting regional standards for proportion that is free from defect
Site productivity class--a classification of forest land in terms of potential annual cubic-foot (cubic meter) volume growth per acre (hectare) at culmination of mean annual
increment (MIA) in fully stocked natural stands (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Shrubs--vascular plants with woody stems exclusive of plants defined as trees by FIA (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Slash--otherwise known as residue piles. Coarse woody debris in piles created directly from human activity or from natural events that prohibit safe measurement by transects
(Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Species group--a collection of species used for reporting purposes (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Soil texture--the relative proportion of sand, silt, and clay in a soil (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Soil quality index--a derived parameter that summarizes 19 measured soil quality variables into a single number that gives an overall relative rating of soil quality (Amacher et
al. 2007).
Soil bulk density--the mass of soil per unit volume. A measure of the ratio of pore space to solid materials in a given soil, expressed in units of grams per cubic cm of oven dry
soil (USDA Forest Service 2006)
Soil exchangeable cations--the sum of cations that a soil can adsorb in its natural pH. Expressed in units of centimoles of positive charge per kilogram of soil (USDA Forest
Service 2006).
Stand age--a stand descriptor that indicates the average age of the live dominant and codominant trees in the predominant stand size-class of a condition (USDA Forest Service
2006).
Stand size--a classification of forest land based on the diameter class distribution of live trees in the stand. Large diameter stands: stands with at least 10 percent stocked with
live trees, with half or more of total stocking in sawtimber and poletimber trees, and with sawtimber stocking at least equal to poletimber stocking; Medium diameter stands :
stands at least 10 percent stocked sith live trees, with half or more of total stocking in poletimber and sawtimber trees, and with poletimber stocking exceeding sawtimber
stocking; Small diameter stands : stands at least 10 percent stocked with live trees, in which saplings and seedlings account for more than half of total stocking; Nonstocked
stands: stands < 10 percent stocked with live trees.
Stand origin--a classification of forest stands describing their means of origin. Natural : No evidence of artificial regeneration; Artificial regeneration: planted or artificially
seeded.
State land--an ownership class of public lands owned by State or lands leased by States for more than 50 years (USDA Forest Service 2006).
Timberland--forest land that is producing or capable of producing in excess of 20 cubic feet per acre (1.4 cubic meters per ha) per year of wood at culmination of mean annual
increment (MAI). Timberland excludes reserved forest lands. (USDA Forest Service 2006)
Time-lag fuel hour classes--classes are defined by the amount of time it takes for moisture conditions to fluctuate. Larger coarse woody debris takes longer to dry out than
smaller fine woody pieces. Small FWD=1 hours, medium FWD=10 hours, large FWD=100 hours, CWD=1.000+ hours. (Woodall and Monelon 2008).
Unproductive forest land--forest land that is not capable of producing in excess of 20 cubic feet per acre (1.4 cubic meters per ha) per year of wood at culmination of mean
annual increment (MAI) without regard to reserved status. (adapted from USDA Forest Service 2006)
Unreserved forest land--forest land that is not withdrawn from harvest by statute or administrative regulation. Includes forest lands that are not capable of producing in excess
of 20 cubic feet per acre per year of industrial wood in natural stands. (Smith et al 2004)
Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP)--a model used to predict erosion losses on forested lands (USDA Forest Service 2006).

*Definitions may change per FIA change proposals


Definition Sources:
Amacher, M. 2007
Donnegan, J.; Campbell, S.; Azuma, D. 2007. Oregon’s forest resources, 2001-2005. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-xxx. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest
Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. xxx p.
Smith, W.B.; Miles, P.D.; Vissage, J.S.; Pugh, S.A. 2004. Forest resources of the United States, 2002. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-GTR-241. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of
USDA Forest Service. 2006. Forest Inventory and Analysis Glossary. URL: http://socrates.lv-hrc.nevada.edu/fia/ab/issues/pending/glossary/Glossary_5_30_06.pdf
USDA Forest Service. 2008. Forest Inventory and Analysis Field Manual 4.0. URL: http://www.nrs.fs.fed.us/fia/data-collection/
Woodall, Christopher W.; Monleon, Vicente J. 2008. Sampling protocol, estimation, and analysis procedures for the down woody materials indicator of the FIA program.
Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-22. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 68 p.
Table 1—Area by land status, [state], [year]
Table 2—Area of forest land by ownership group and class, reserved status, and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 3—Area of forest land by forest type group and site productivity class, [state], [year]
Table 4—Area of forest land by forest type and ownership group, and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 5—Area of forest land by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
Table 6—Area of forest land by forest type group and stand-age class, [state], [year]
Table 7—Area of forest land by forest type group and stand origin, [state], [year]
Table 8—Area of timberland by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
Table 9—Number of live trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 10—Number of dead trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 11—Number of growing-stock trees on timberland by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 12—Net volume of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 13—Net volume of dead trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 14—Net volume of live trees on forest land by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
Table 15—Net volume of dead trees on forest land by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
Table 16—Net volume of live trees on forest land by species and ownership group, [state], [year]
Table 17—Net volume of dead trees on forest land by species and ownership group, [state], [year]
Table 18—Net volume of live trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 19—Net volume of dead trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 20—Net volume of live trees on forest land by forest type group and stand origin, [state], [year]
Table 21—Net volume of dead trees on forest land by forest type group and stand origin, [state], [year]
Table 22—Net volume of growing-stock trees on timberland by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 23—Net volume of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership group, [state], [year]
Table 24—Net volume of sawtimber trees on timberland by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 25—Net volume of sawtimber trees on timberland by species and ownership group, [state], [year]
Table 26—Aboveground dry weight of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 27—Aboveground dry weight of dead trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 28—Aboveground green weight of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 29—Aboveground dry weight of live trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 30—Aboveground dry weight of dead trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 31—Aboveground green weight of live trees on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
Table 32—Total carbon of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 33—Total carbon of dead trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 34—Average annual net growth of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 35—Average annual net growth of live trees on forest land by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
Table 36—Average annual net growth of live trees on forest land by species and ownership group, [state], [year]
Table 37—Average annual net growth of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
Table 38—Average annual mortality of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 39—Average annual mortality of live trees on forest land by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
Table 40—Average annual mortality of live trees on forest land by species and ownership group, [state], [year]
Table 41—Average annual mortality of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
Table 42—Average annual removals of live trees on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Table 43—Average annual removals of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
Table 44—Total roundwood output by product, species group, and source of material, [state], [year]
Table 45—Volume of timber removals by product, source of material, and species group, [state], [year]
Table 46—Area and number of private forests by size of forest land holding, [state], [year]
Table 47—Number of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by species and damaging agent, [state], [year]
Table 48—Gross volume of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by species and damaging agent, [state], [year]
Table 49—Area of forest land with more than 25 percent basal area damaged on forest land by forest type group and damaging agent, [state], [year]
Table 50—Number of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by forest type group, tree size class, and damaging agent, [state], [year]
Table 51—Gross volume of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by forest type group, tree size class, and damaging agent, [state], [year]
Table 52—Area of forest land with more than 25 percent basal area damaged on forest land by forest type group, tree size class, and damaging agent, [state], [year]
Table 53—Mean crown density and other statistics for all live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Table 54—Mean foliage transparency and other statistics for all live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Table 55—Mean crown dieback and other statistics for all live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest landby species, [state], [year]
Table 56—Distribution of sapling crown vigor class for live saplings 1-4.9" dbh/drc on forest land by species group, [state], [year]
Table 57—Mean crown density and other statistics for all live trees >= 5" dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Table 58—Mean foliage transparency and other statistics for all live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Table 59—Mean crown dieback and other statistics for all live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Table 60—Mean fuel loadings on forest land by forest type group and fuel class [state], [year]
Table 61—Carbon stocks of dead, down woody materials by forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
Table 62— Mean volume of coarse woody debris by large-end diameter, decay class, and forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
Table 63— Mean counts and cover of coarse woody debris by forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
Table 64—Mean cover and height of shrub, herb, litter, and fuelbed by forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
Table 65—Biomass and carbon mass of down wood on forest land by forest type and ownership groups [state], [year]
Table 66--Population estimates of species richness for community types on forest land, [state], [years]
Table 67--Rates of plant identification and origin of identified species on forest land, [state], [years].
Table 68--Average percent vegetation cover by layer (optional) on forest land, [state], [years].
Table 69--Distribution of selected native and introduced species on forest land, [state], [years].
Table 70—Summary of ozone biomonitoring statistics on forest land [state], [region], [year].
Table 71–-Mean water, carbon, and nitrogen contents of forest floor and soil cores by forest type on forest land, [state], [years]
Table 72--Mean physical and chemical properties of soil cores by forest type on forest land, [state], [years].
Table 73--Mean exchangeable cation concentrations in soil cores by forest type on forest land, [state], [years]
Table 74--Mean extractable trace element concentrations in soil cores by forest type on forest land, [state], [years].
Table 75—Compaction and modeled erosion rates by forest type group on forest land, [state], [year]
Table 76—Summary of lichen community indicator species richness on forest land, [state], [year]
Table 77—Summary of lichen community indicator air quality index parameters on forest land, [state], [year]
Table 78—Summary of lichen community climate index parameters on forest land, [state], [year]
Table 1—Area by land status, [state], [year]
Land status                                  Area
                                  thousand acres

Accessible forest land
  Unreserved forest land
     Timberland                                          xxx.x
     Unproductive                                        xxx.x
       Total                                             xxx.x
  Reserved forest land
     Productive                                          xxx.x
     Unproductive                                        xxx.x
       Total                                             xxx.x
All accessible forest land                               xxx.x

Nonforest and other area
  Nonforest land                                         xxx.x
  Water                                                  xxx.x
     Census                                              xxx.x
     Noncensus                                           xxx.x
All nonforest and other area                             xxx.x

Nonsampled area
  Access denied                                          xxx.x
  Hazardous conditions                                   xxx.x
All nonsampled area                                      xxx.x

Other wooded land (5-9%)                                 xxx.x
Total area                                               100.0
Numbers in the column may not sum to totals
due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates
a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 2—Area of forest land by ownership group and class, reserved status and forest land status, [state], [year]
                                                                  Unreserved forests                                     Reserved forests                  All
                                                                    Other forest                                           Other forest
Ownership group and class                                Timberland     land         Total                    Productive       land           Total     forest land
                                                                                                            thousand acres
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                    xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                        xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                     xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                     xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                 xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service            xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy         xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                             xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                     xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                     xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                              xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                          xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                  xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
                                            xxx,xxx.x
    Conservation/natural resource organizations                              xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Unincorporated partnerships,            xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
    Native American                         xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
All classes                                 xxx,xxx.x                        xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 3—Area of forest land by forest type group and site productivity class, [state], [year]
                                                           Site productivity class (cubic feet per acre per year )
                                                 0–          20–          50–           85–       120–     165–      225 and     All
Forest type group                                19           49           84            119       164      224       larger   classes
                                                                                          thousand acres
White-red-jack pine                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                          x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Western larch                                 x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                              x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                                 x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                              x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
   All groups                                 x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 4—Area of forest land by forest type and ownership groups, and forest land status, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                        Ownership group
                                                USDA Forest Service                       Other Federal              State and local government        Corporate             Non-corporate
                                              Timber-             Other             Timber-              Other        Timber-        Other        Timber-     Other       Timber-     Other          All
Forest type group                               land            forest land           land             forest land      land       forest land      land    forest land     land    forest land    groups
                                                                                                                              thousand acres
White-red-jack pine                            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                     x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                        x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                                 x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                    x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                                 x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                             x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                    x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                                 x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                           x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Western larch                                  x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                        x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                        x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                       x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                               x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                       x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                    x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                                x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                             x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                              x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                    x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                    x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                    x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                                  x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                        x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                             x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                               x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                     x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
   All groups                                  x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x            x,xxx.x        x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 5—Area of forest land by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
                                                               Stand-size class
                                             Large         Medium          Small       Non-              All
Forest type group                           diameter       diameter      diameter     stocked          classes
                                                                       thousand acres
White-red-jack pine                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                  x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                     x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                          x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                        x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Western larch                               x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                     x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                     x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                            x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                          x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                           x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                               x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                     x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                          x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                            x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                  x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
   All groups                               x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x          xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 6—Area of forest land by foresttype group and stand-age class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                             Stand-age class (years )
                                               Non-           1–          21–          41–             61–      81–      101–     121–    141–      161–      181–     201 and      All
Forest type group                             stocked         20          40            60              80      100       120      140     160       180       200      larger    classes
                                                                                                                     thousand acres
White-red-jack pine                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                          x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Western larch                                 x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                              x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                                 x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                              x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
   All groups                                 x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 7—Area of forest land by forest-type group and stand origin, [state], [year]
                                     Stand origin
                                           Natural         Artificial           All
Forest-type group                           stands       regeneration         origins
                                                        thousand acres
White-red-jack pine                        x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                 x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                        x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                    x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                             x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                             x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                         x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                             x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                       x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Western larch                              x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                    x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                    x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                   x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                           x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                   x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                            x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                         x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                          x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                              x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                    x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                         x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                           x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                 x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
   All groups                              x,xxx.x          x,xxx.x           xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0
but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 8—Area of timberland by forest type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
                                                            Stand-size class
                                             Large        Medium      Small     Non-                      All
Forest type group                           diameter      diameter diameter stocked                     classes
                                                                 thousand acres
White-red-jack pine                          x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                          x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                         x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Western larch                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                     x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                              x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
   All groups                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x                      xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 9—Number of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                            Diameter class (inches at breast height or root collar )
                       1.0–        3.0–         5.0–     7.0–        9.0–   11.0–    13.0–     15.0–      17.0– 19.0–       21.0–      25.0–    29.0–    33.0–    35.0-    37.0 and     All
Species Group           2.9         4.9          6.9      8.9        10.9    12.9     14.9      16.9       18.9    20.9      24.9       28.9     32.9     34.9    36.9      larger    classes
                                                                                                       thousand trees
Softwoods
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
         Total        xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

Hardwoods
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
         Total        xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
All                   xx,xxx xx,xxx xx,xxx              xx,xxx xx,xxx       xx,xxx xx,xxx     xx,xxx xx,xxx       xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx xxx,xxx
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell.
Table 10—Number of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                            Diameter class (inches at breast height or root collar )
                       1.0–        3.0–         5.0–     7.0–        9.0–   11.0–    13.0–     15.0–      17.0– 19.0–       21.0–      25.0–    29.0–    33.0–    35.0-    37.0 and     All
Species Group           2.9         4.9          6.9      8.9        10.9    12.9     14.9      16.9       18.9    20.9      24.9       28.9     32.9     34.9    36.9      larger    classes
                                                                                                       thousand trees
Softwoods
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
         Total        xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

Hardwoods
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
                      xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
         Total        xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
All                   xx,xxx xx,xxx xx,xxx              xx,xxx xx,xxx       xx,xxx xx,xxx     xx,xxx xx,xxx       xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx xxx,xxx
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell.
Table 11—Number of growing-stock trees on timberland by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                 Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                        5.0–         7.0–    9.0–    11.0–    13.0–    15.0–      17.0–    19.0–       21.0–   25.0–    29.0–    33.0–    37.0 and     All
Species group                                            6.9         8.9     10.9     12.9     14.9     16.9      18.9      20.9        24.9    28.9     32.9     36.9     larger    classes
                                                                                                                   thousand trees
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
    Longleaf-slash pine                               xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Loblolly-shortleaf pine                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Species                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Species                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Species                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Cypress                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Other Eastern softwoods                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
  Western softwoods
    Douglas-fir                                       xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                            xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Species                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Species                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Species                                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Western woodland softwoods                        xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
    Other Western softwoods                           xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
       Total                                          xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Select red oaks                                  xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Species                                          xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Species                                          xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Species                                          xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                     xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                  xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                 xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Red alder                                        xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Oak                                              xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Other Western hardwoods                          xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
     Western woodland hardwoods                       xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
       Total                                          xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
All groups                                            xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx    xx,xxx    xxx,xxx
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell.
Table 12—Net volume of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                       Unreserved forests                              Reserved forests                  All
and class                                    Timberland      Other            Total        Productive      Other            Total    forest land
                                                                                      million cubic feet
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Other                                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                     xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy             xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                                 xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Local                                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Other public                                  xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                            xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                            xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                            xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                    xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
     Conservation/natural resource org.s      xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
     Native American                          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
Table 13—Net volume of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                      Unreserved forests                              Reserved forests                  All
and class                                   Timberland      Other            Total        Productive      Other            Total    forest land
                                                                                     million cubic feet
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                       xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Other                                        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                    xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Local                                        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Other public                                 xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                           xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                           xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                           xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
     Conservation/natural resource org.s     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,            xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
     Native American                         xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x xxx,xxx.x
Table 14—Net volume of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by forest type group
and stand-size class, [state], [year]
                                                                Stand-size class
                                             Large           Medium        Small        Non-              All
Forest type group                           diameter         diameter    diameter      stocked          classes
                                                                    million cubic feet
White-red-jack pine                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                        xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western larch                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                            xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                             xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
  All groups                                xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 15—Net volume of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by forest type group
and stand-size class, [state], [year]
                                                                Stand-size class
                                             Large           Medium        Small        Non-              All
Forest type group                           diameter         diameter    diameter      stocked          classes
                                                                    million cubic feet
White-red-jack pine                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                        xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western larch                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                            xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                             xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                     xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
  All groups                                xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 16—Net volume of live trees (>1"dbh) on forest land by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                                               Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                      million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 17—Net volume of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                                               Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                      million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 18—Net volume of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                    Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                             5.0–          7.0–          9.0–          11.0–    13.0–      15.0–      17.0–     19.0–       21.0–      23.0–      25.0–      27.0–     29.0 and      All
Species group                                                6.9           8.9           10.9          12.9     14.9       16.9       18.9       20.9        22.9       24.9       26.9       28.9      larger     classes
                                                                                                                                      million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
    Longleaf-slash pine                                   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Loblolly-shortleaf pine                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Cypress                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Other Eastern softwoods                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
    Douglas-fir                                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Western woodland softwoods                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Other Western softwoods                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
       Total                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                    xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                     xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                  xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
       Total                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
All groups                                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 19—Net volume of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                    Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                             5.0–          7.0–          9.0–          11.0–    13.0–      15.0–      17.0–     19.0–       21.0–      23.0–      25.0–      27.0–     29.0 and      All
Species group                                                6.9           8.9           10.9          12.9     14.9       16.9       18.9       20.9        22.9       24.9       26.9       28.9      larger     classes
                                                                                                                                      million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
    Longleaf-slash pine                                   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Loblolly-shortleaf pine                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Cypress                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Other Eastern softwoods                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
    Douglas-fir                                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Western woodland softwoods                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Other Western softwoods                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
       Total                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                    xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                     xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                  xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
       Total                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
All groups                                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 20—Net volume of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land
by forest type group and stand origin, [state], [year]
                                                  Stand origin
                                           Natural        Artificial        All
Forest type group                           stands      regeneration      origins
                                                      million cubic feet
White-red-jack pine                        x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                        x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                       x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Western larch                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                   x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                           x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                   x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                            x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                          x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                           x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
   All groups                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0
but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 21—Net volume of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land
by forest type group and stand origin, [state], [year]
                                                  Stand origin
                                           Natural        Artificial        All
Forest type group                           stands      regeneration      origins
                                                      million cubic feet
White-red-jack pine                        x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                        x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                             x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                       x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Western larch                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                   x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                           x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                   x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                            x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                          x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                    x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                         x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                           x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                 x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
   All groups                              x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0
but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 22—Net volume of growing-stock trees on timberland by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                       Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                              5.0–          7.0–          9.0–          11.0–      13.0–      15.0–      17.0–      19.0–      21.0–      23.0–      25.0–      27.0–     29.0 and      All
Species group                                                 6.9           8.9           10.9           12.9       14.9       16.9       18.9       20.9       24.9       24.9       26.9       28.9      larger     classes
                                                                                                                                         million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
    Longleaf-slash pine                                   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Loblolly-shortleaf pine                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Cypress                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Eastern softwoods                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
    Douglas-fir                                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Western woodland softwoods                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Western softwoods                               xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                    xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                     xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                            xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                  xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                              xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 23—Net volume of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                                               Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                      million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 24—Net volume of sawtimber trees on timberland by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                              9.0–          11.0–           13.0–       15.0–         17.0–         19.0–      21.0–          23.0–      25.0–      27.0–     29.0 and     All
Species group                                                 10.9           12.9           14.9        16.9          18.9           20.9       22.9          24.9        26.9       28.9      larger    classes
                                                                                                                                    million board feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                   xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                           xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                            xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                               xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                            NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                              NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                      NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                      NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                      NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                                 NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                              NA      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                           NA        xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                                  NA        xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                        NA        xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                    NA        xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                                 NA        xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                    NA        xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx       xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x       xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
NA = Hardwood trees are not considered to be sawtimber sized until they reach 11.0 inches in diameter. Therefore, sawtimber volume is not calaulated.
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 25—Net volume of sawtimber trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                                               Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                     million board feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 260—Aboveground dry weight of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                     Unreserved forests                            Reserved forests                   All
and class                                 Timberland      Other           Total      Productive        Other          Total      forest land
                                                                                      tons
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                   xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service           xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                            xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                             xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                  xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
    Conservation/natural resource org.s     xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Unincorporated partnerships,            xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
    Native American                         xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Table 27—Aboveground dry weight of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                     Unreserved forests                            Reserved forests                   All
and class                                 Timberland      Other           Total      Productive        Other          Total      forest land
                                                                                      tons
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                   xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service           xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                            xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                             xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                  xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
    Conservation/natural resource org.s     xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Unincorporated partnerships,            xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
    Native American                         xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Table 28—Aboveground green weight of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                     Unreserved forests                            Reserved forests                   All
and class                                 Timberland      Other           Total      Productive        Other          Total      forest land
                                                                                      tons
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                   xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service           xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                            xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                    xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                             xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                  xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
    Conservation/natural resource org.s     xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
    Unincorporated partnerships,            xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
    Native American                         xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x
                                                          xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Table 29—Aboveground dry weight of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                                            Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                                1.0–             3.0–             5.0–      7.0–       9.0–      11.0–          13.0–        15.0–          17.0–       19.0–      21.0–      23.0–      25.0–      27.0–      29.0 and     All
Species group                                                   2.9              4.9              6.9       8.9        10.9       12.9           14.9         16.9           18.9        20.9       22.9       24.9       26.9       28.9       larger    classes
                                                                                                                                                                     tons
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
    Select white oaks                                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Select red oaks                                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Eastern hard hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
    Cottonwood-aspen                                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Red alder                                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Oak                                                       xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Western hardwoods                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Western woodland hardwoods                                xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 30—Aboveground dry weight of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                                            Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                                1.0–             3.0–             5.0–      7.0–       9.0–      11.0–          13.0–        15.0–          17.0–       19.0–      21.0–      23.0–      25.0–      27.0–      29.0 and     All
Species group                                                   2.9              4.9              6.9       8.9        10.9       12.9           14.9         16.9           18.9        20.9       22.9       24.9       26.9       28.9       larger    classes
                                                                                                                                                                     tons
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
    Select white oaks                                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Select red oaks                                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Eastern hard hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
    Cottonwood-aspen                                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Red alder                                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Oak                                                       xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Western hardwoods                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Western woodland hardwoods                                xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 31—Aboveground green weight of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species group and diameter class, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                                            Diameter class (inches at breast height )
                                                                1.0–             3.0–             5.0–      7.0–       9.0–      11.0–          13.0–        15.0–          17.0–       19.0–      21.0–      23.0–      25.0–      27.0–      29.0 and     All
Species group                                                   2.9              4.9              6.9       8.9        10.9       12.9           14.9         16.9           18.9        20.9       22.9       24.9       26.9       28.9       larger    classes
                                                                                                                                                                     tons
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                      xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                               xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
    Select white oaks                                         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Select red oaks                                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Species                                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Eastern hard hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
    Cottonwood-aspen                                          xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Red alder                                                 xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Oak                                                       xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Other Western hardwoods                                   xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
    Western woodland hardwoods                                xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                    xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x         xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x      xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 32—Total carbon of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                         Unreserved forests                               Reserved forests                   All
and class                                  Timberland        Other             Total        Productive        Other           Total     forest land
                                                                                         thousand tons
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                   xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                       xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service           xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy        xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                            xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                  xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
     Conservation/natural resource org.s    xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,           xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
     Native American                        xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Table 33—Total carbon of dead trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                         Unreserved forests                               Reserved forests                   All
and class                                  Timberland        Other             Total        Productive        Other           Total     forest land
                                                                                         thousand tons
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                   xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                       xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service           xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy        xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                            xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                    xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry                          xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals                  xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
     Conservation/natural resource org.s    xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,           xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
     Native American                        xxx,xxx.x
                                           xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x       xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x      xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x
Table 34—Average annual net growth of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on
forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state],
[year]
Ownership group                                                    All
and class                                           Timberland           forestland
                                                           million cubic feet
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                                     xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                                         xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                                  xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy                          xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                                              xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                                               xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals       xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
                                 xxx,xxx.x
     Conservation/natural resource org.s                      xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs                                      xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     Native American             xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     Families and individual                                  xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
All classes                                                  xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
Table 35—Average annual net growth of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by
forest-type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
                                                  Stand-size class
                                              Large          Medium        Small        Non-              All
Forest type group                            diameter        diameter    diameter      stocked          classes
                                                                    million cubic feet
White-red-jack pine                          xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                   xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                          xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                               xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                               xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                           xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                               xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                         xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western larch                                xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                             xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                              xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                           xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                            xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                                xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                             xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                   xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
  All groups                                 xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 36—Average annual net growth of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                                               Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                     million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 26—Average annual net growth of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                 Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                     million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 38—Average annual mortality of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest
land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state], [year]
Ownership group                                                              All
and class                                           Timberland           forestland
                                                           million cubic feet
USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                                     xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                                         xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                                  xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy                          xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                                              xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                                      xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                                               xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
   Forest industry               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Families and individuals       xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
                                 xxx,xxx.x
     Conservation/natural resource org.s                      xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
     Native American             xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
     Families and individual                                  xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
All classes                                                  xxx,xxx.x    xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
Table 39—Average annual mortality of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by forest-
type group and stand-size class, [state], [year]
                                                 Stand-size class
                                              Large          Medium        Small        Non-              All
Forest-type group                            diameter        diameter    diameter      stocked          classes
                                                                    million cubic feet
White-red-jack pine                          xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                   xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                          xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                               xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                               xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western white pine                           xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                               xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                         xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western larch                                xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Redwood                                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                             xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                     xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                              xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                           xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                            xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Alder-maple                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Western oak                                  xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                                xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                             xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                   xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
  All groups                                 xx,xxx.x        xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x xx,xxx.x             xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 40—Average annual mortality of live trees (>=1"dbh/drc) on forest land by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                  Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                     million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x     xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 41—Average annual mortality of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                 Ownership group
                                                          USDA Forest             Other         State and local Corporate Non-corporate    All
Species group                                               Service              Federal         government                               groups
                                                                                                      million cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x    xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 42—Average annual removals of live trees ((>=1"dbh/drc) on
forest land by ownership group and class and forest land status, [state],
[year]
Ownership group                                                    All
and class                                               Timberland        forestland
                                                            million cubic feet

USDA Forest Service
  National Forest System                                     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  National Grassland                                         xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Other                                                      xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Other Federal
  National Park Service                                      xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Bureau of Land Management                                  xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Departments of Defense and Energy                          xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Other Federal                                              xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
State and local government
  State                                                      xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Local                                                      xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Other public                                               xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Corporate
   Forest industry               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
   TIMOs                         xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
   Other corporate               xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Non-corporate
  Families and individuals       xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Other non-corporate
                                 xxx,xxx.x
     Conservation/natural resource org.s                      xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
     Unincorporated partnerships,xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
     associations, clubs
     Native American             xxx,xxx.x                    xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
     Families and individual                                  xxx,xxx.x
                                                             xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
All classes                                                  xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
Table 43—Average annual removals of growing-stock trees on timberland by species and ownership groups, [state], [year]
                                                                Ownership group
                                      USDA Forest       Other    State and local Corporate Non-corporate        All
Species group                           Service       Federal     government                                  groups
                                                                      million cubic feet

Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Cypress                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Species                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
       Total                                                 xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
All groups                                                   xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx.x              xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x   xx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 44—Total roundwood output by product, species group, and
source of material, [state], [year]
                                                      Source of material
Product and                              Growing-stock trees        Other                        All
species group                          Sawtimber Poletimber        sources                     sources
                                                       million cubic feet

Saw logs
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Veneer logs
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Pulpwood
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Composite panels
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Poles and posts
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Other miscellaneous
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Total industrial products
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Fuelwood
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
All products
  Softwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
  Hardwood                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
     Total                             xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x          xxx,xxx.x         xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 45—Volume of timber removals by product, source of material, and species group, [state], [year]
                                                                                Source of material
                                                         Growing stock                                    Other sources                           All sources
Removal by product                         Softwood         Hardwood            Total         Softwood      Hardwood        Total     Softwood    Hardwood       Total
                                                                                                         million cubic feet

Roundwood products
  Saw logs                                 xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Veneer logs                              xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Pulpwood logs                            xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Composite logs                           xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Fuelwood                                 xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Posts, poles, and pilings                xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
  Miscellaneous                            xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
    Total                                  xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Logging residues                           xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Other timber removals                      xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
   Total timber removals                   xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x        xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x   xxx,xxx.x     xxx,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Table 46—Area and number of private forests by
size of forest land holding, [state], [year]
                                    Area        Ownerships
Size of forest landholdings
          (acres)                   Acres       Number
                                         thousands
             1-9                    xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
            10-19                   xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
            20-49                   xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
            50-99                   xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
           100-199                  xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
           200-499                  xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
           500-999                  xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
         1,000-4,999                xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
         5,000-9,999                xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
           10,000+                  xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
            Total                   xxx,xxx       xxx,xxx
Data in this table from theFIA National Woodland Owner Survey
(Butler, B.J.; Leatherberry, E.C; Williams, M.S. 2005. Design,
implementation, and analysis methods for the national woodland
owner survey. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-GTR-336. Newtown Square, PA:
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern
Table 47—Number of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by species and damaging agent, [state], [year]
                                                               No. live                                                 Damaging Agent
                                               No. live       trees with
Species                                         trees          damage          Agent 1        Agent 2   Agent 3   Agent 4       Agent 5    Agent 6   Agent 7   Agent 8   Agent 9
                                                                                                                            thousand trees
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Cypress                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Other Eastern softwoods                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Ponderosa pine                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Western woodland
       softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Other Western softwoods                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Total                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx

Hardwood
     Eastern hardwoods
       Select white oaks                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Select red oaks                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Other Eastern
          hard hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Eastern noncommercial
          hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Western hardwoods
       Cottonwood-aspen                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Red alder                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Oak                                    xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Other Western hardwoods                  xx,xxx            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Western woodland
          hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
            Total                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
All groups                                    xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
a
    Number of damages recorded may include multiple damages, up to 3, for individual trees.
Table 48—Gross volume of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by species and damaging agent, [state], [year]
                                                Total           Gross                                                    Damaging Agent
                                                gross        volume live
                                               volume         trees with
Species                                       live trees       damage          Agent 1        Agent 2   Agent 3   Agent 4    Agent 5      Agent 6   Agent 7   Agent 8   Agent 9
                                                                                                                       thousand cubic feet
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Cypress                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Other Eastern softwoods                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Ponderosa pine                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Western woodland
       softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Other Western softwoods                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Total                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx

Hardwood
     Eastern hardwoods
       Select white oaks                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Select red oaks                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Other Eastern
          hard hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Eastern noncommercial
          hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
     Western hardwoods
       Cottonwood-aspen                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Red alder                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Oak                                    xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Other Western hardwoods                  xx,xxx            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
       Western woodland
          hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
            Total                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
All groups                                    xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx
a
    Number of damages recorded may include multiple damages, up to 3, for individual trees.
Table 49—Area of forest land with more than 25 percent basal area damaged by forest type group and damaging agent, [state], [year]
                                                               No. live                                                 Damaging Agent
                                               No. live       trees with
Forest type                                     trees          damage          Agent 1        Agent 2   Agent 3   Agent 4       Agent 5    Agent 6   Agent 7   Agent 8   Agent 9
                                                                                                                            thousand acres
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Cypress                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Other Eastern softwoods                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Ponderosa pine                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Species                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Western woodland
       softwoods                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Other Western softwoods                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Total                                  xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx

Hardwood
     Eastern hardwoods
       Select white oaks                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Select red oaks                        xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Species                                xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Other Eastern
          hard hardwoods                      xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Eastern noncommercial
          hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
     Western hardwoods
       Cottonwood-aspen                       xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Red alder                              xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Oak                                    xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Other Western hardwoods                  xx,xxx            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
       Western woodland
          hardwoods                           xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
            Total                             xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
All groups                                    xx,xxx.x            xx,xxx         xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx    xx,xxx     xx,xxx   xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx,xxx
a
    Number of damages recorded may include multiple damages, up to 3, for individual trees.
Table 50—Number of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by forest type group, tree size class, and damaging agent, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                       Damaging Agent
                                                            Agent 1                                    Agent 2                             Agent 3                           Agent 4
                                                         Tree size class                            Tree size class                     Tree size class                   Tree size class
Forest type group                                  Large    Medium                Small       Large    Medium         Small    Large     Medium         Small    Large      Medium          Small
                                                                                                                       thousand trees
White-red-jack pine
Spruce-fir
Longleaf-slash pine                                xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Pinyon-juniper                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Douglas-fir                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Ponderosa pine                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western white pine                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Lodgepole pine                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Hemlock-sitka spruce                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western larch                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Redwood                                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Other Western softwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
California mixed conifer                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Exotic softwoods                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-pine                                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-hickory                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-gum-cypress                                    xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Elm-ash-cottonwood                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Maple-beech-birch                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Aspen-birch                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Alder-maple                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western oak                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Tanoak-laurel                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Other Western hardwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Tropical hardwoods                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Exotic hardwoods                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Nonstocked                                         xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
    All groups                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx




a
    Number of damages recorded may include multiple damages, up to 3, for individual trees.
Table 51—Gross volume of live trees >= 5"dbh/drc with damage on forest land by forest type group, tree size class, and damaging agent, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                       Damaging Agent
                                                            Agent 1                                    Agent 2                                 Agent 3                           Agent 4
                                                         Tree size class                            Tree size class                         Tree size class                   Tree size class
Forest type group                                  Large    Medium                Small       Large    Medium         Small     Large        Medium         Small    Large      Medium          Small
                                                                                                                      thousand cubic feet
White-red-jack pine
Spruce-fir
Longleaf-slash pine                                xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Pinyon-juniper                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Douglas-fir                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Ponderosa pine                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western white pine                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Lodgepole pine                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Hemlock-sitka spruce                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western larch                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Redwood                                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Other Western softwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
California mixed conifer                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Exotic softwoods                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-pine                                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-hickory                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-gum-cypress                                    xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Elm-ash-cottonwood                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Maple-beech-birch                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Aspen-birch                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Alder-maple                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western oak                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Tanoak-laurel                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Other Western hardwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Tropical hardwoods                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Exotic hardwoods                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Nonstocked                                         xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
    All groups                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx     xx,xxx       xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx




a
    Number of damages recorded may include multiple damages, up to 3, for individual trees.
Table 52—Area of forest land with more than 25 percent basal area damaged by forest type group, tree size class, and damaging agent, [state], [year]
                                                                                                                       Damaging Agent
                                                            Agent 1                                    Agent 2                             Agent 3                           Agent 4
                                                         Tree size class                            Tree size class                     Tree size class                   Tree size class
Forest type group                                  Large    Medium                Small       Large    Medium         Small    Large     Medium         Small    Large      Medium          Small
                                                                                                                       thousand acres
White-red-jack pine
Spruce-fir
Longleaf-slash pine                                xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Pinyon-juniper                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Douglas-fir                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Ponderosa pine                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western white pine                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Lodgepole pine                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Hemlock-sitka spruce                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western larch                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Redwood                                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Other Western softwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
California mixed conifer                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Exotic softwoods                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-pine                                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-hickory                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Oak-gum-cypress                                    xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Elm-ash-cottonwood                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Maple-beech-birch                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Aspen-birch                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Alder-maple                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Western oak                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Tanoak-laurel                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Other Western hardwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Tropical hardwoods                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Exotic hardwoods                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
Nonstocked                                         xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx
    All groups                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx         xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx      xx,xxx   xx,xxx     xx,xxx        xx,xxx   xx,xxx        xx,xxx       xx,xxx




a
    Number of damages recorded may include multiple damages, up to 3, for individual trees.
Table 53—Mean crown density and other statisticsa for live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Species                                                       n plots        n trees   Mean    SEb     Minimum    Median    Maximum
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                      xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Species                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Species                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Species                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Cypress                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Other Eastern softwoods                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
      Western softwoods
       Douglas-fir                                            xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                 xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Species                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Species                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Species                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Western woodland softwoods                             xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Other Western softwoods                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
          Total                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx


Hardwood
      Eastern hardwoods
        Select white oaks                                     xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Select red oaks                                       xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Species                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Species                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Species                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Other Eastern hard hardwoods                          xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                       xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                         xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Red alder                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Oak                                                      xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Other Western hardwoods                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Western woodland hardwoods                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Total                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
All groups                                                    xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx

a
    The mean, SE and median calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots.
b
    Standard errors are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
s, [state], [year]
Table 54—Mean foliage transparency and other statisticsa for live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Species                                                       n plots        n trees   Mean    SEb     Minimum    Median    Maximum
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                      xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Species                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Species                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Species                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Cypress                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Other Eastern softwoods                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
      Western softwoods
       Douglas-fir                                            xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                 xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Species                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Species                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Species                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Western woodland softwoods                             xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Other Western softwoods                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
          Total                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx


Hardwood
      Eastern hardwoods
        Select white oaks                                     xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Select red oaks                                       xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Species                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Species                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Species                                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Other Eastern hard hardwoods                          xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
        Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                       xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                         xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Red alder                                                xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Oak                                                      xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Other Western hardwoods                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
     Western woodland hardwoods                               xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
       Total                                                  xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx
All groups                                                    xx,xxx         xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                             xx        x
                                                                                                                      xxx       xx

a
    The mean, SE and median calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots.
b
    Standard errors are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
species, [state], [year]
Table 55—Mean crown dieback and other statisticsa for live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
Species                                                       n plots        n trees   Mean    SEb     Minimum   Median    Maximum 90th percentile
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
    Longleaf-slash pine                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
    Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
    Species                                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
    Species                                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
    Species                                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
    Cypress                                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
    Other Eastern softwoods                                  xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
      Western softwoods
       Douglas-fir                                           xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Species                                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Species                                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Species                                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Western woodland softwoods                            xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Other Western softwoods                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
          Total                                              xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx


Hardwood
      Eastern hardwoods
        Select white oaks                                    xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
        Select red oaks                                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
        Species                                              xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
        Species                                              xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
        Species                                              xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
        Other Eastern hard hardwoods                         xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
        Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                      xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                        xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
     Red alder                                               xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
     Oak                                                     xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
     Other Western hardwoods                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
     Western woodland hardwoods                              xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
       Total                                                 xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx
All groups                                                   xx,xxx          xx,xxx     xx.x    xx.x        xx
                                                                                                            xx        x
                                                                                                                     xxx         xx             xx

a
The mean, SE and median calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots.
b
    Standard errors are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
Table 56—Distribution of sapling crown vigor class for live saplings (1-4.9" dbh/drc) on forest land by species group, [state], [year]
                                                                                  Crown vigor rating
                                                                      Good              Fair                Poor
Species group                            n plots     n trees    Percent    SEa     Percent SEa       Percent      SEa
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
    Longleaf-slash pine                     xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Loblolly-shortleaf pine                 xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Species                                 xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Species                                 xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Species                                 xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Cypress                                 xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Other Eastern softwoods                 xx,xxx xx,xxx         xx.x      xx.x
                                                                             xx.x             xx.x
                                                                                      xx.x xx.x         xx.x       xx.x
    Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                              xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                   xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Species                                                  xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                               xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                  xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
        Total                                                 xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x


Hardwood
    Eastern hardwoods
      Select white oaks                                       xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
      Select red oaks                                         xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
      Species                                                 xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
      Species                                                 xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
      Species                                                 xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
      Other Eastern hard hardwoods                            xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
      Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                         xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                         xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Red alder                                                xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Oak                                                      xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                  xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                               xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
       Total                                                  xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x
All groups                                                    xx,xxx       xx,xxx         xx.x         xx.x
                                                                                                       xx.x          xx.x      xx.x
                                                                                                                              xx.x    xx.x   xx.x

a
Standard errors calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots. SEs are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
Table 57—Mean crown density and other statistics a for live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
                                                                                                Paired trees onlyb                                                               Mixed data (paired and non-paired trees)c
                                                                                          Panels 20xx-20xx Panels 20xx-20xx                                                Panels 20xx-20xx                      Panels 20xx-20xx
                                                                                                                                                t-test P-
Species                                                      n plots         n trees    Mean              SEd          Mean          SEd         valueef      n plots     n trees   Mean        SEd     n plots    n trees Mean     SEd
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                        xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Cypress                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                                xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                     xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                                 xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
       Total                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                          xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Select red oaks                                            xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                               xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                            xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                           xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Red alder                                                  xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Oak                                                        xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                                 xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
       Total                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
All groups                                                      xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
a
    The mean and SE calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots.
b
    Includes only those measured in both inventory cycles.
c
    Includes only those measured in the specified inventory cycle. Note that t-tests are not presented (i.e., not valid) for mixtures of paired and independent data.
d
    Standard errors are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
e
    T-tests are not performed for species groups where n plots from either subpopulation is <10.
f
The probablility of obtaining a larger t-value under the null hypotheses that the difference between the two means equal 0.
Table 58—Mean foliage transparency and other statistics a for live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
                                                                                                Paired trees onlyb                                                               Mixed data (paired and non-paired trees)c
                                                                                          Panels 20xx-20xx Panels 20xx-20xx                                                Panels 20xx-20xx                      Panels 20xx-20xx
                                                                                                                                                t-test P-
Species                                                      n plots         n trees    Mean              SEd          Mean          SEd         valueef      n plots     n trees   Mean        SEd     n plots    n trees Mean     SEd
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                        xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Cypress                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                                xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                     xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                                 xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
       Total                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                          xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Select red oaks                                            xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                               xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                            xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                           xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Red alder                                                  xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Oak                                                        xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                                 xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
       Total                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
All groups                                                      xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
a
    The mean and SE calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots.
b
    Includes only those measured in both inventory cycles.
c
    Includes only those measured in the specified inventory cycle. Note that t-tests are not presented (i.e., not valid) for mixtures of paired and independent data.
d
    Standard errors are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
e
    T-tests are not performed for species groups where n plots from either subpopulation is <10.
f
The probablility of obtaining a larger t-value under the null hypotheses that the difference between the two means equal 0.
Table 59—Mean crown dieback and other statistics a for live trees >= 5"dbh/drc on forest land by species, [state], [year]
                                                                                                Paired trees onlyb                                                               Mixed data (paired and non-paired trees)c
                                                                                          Panels 20xx-20xx Panels 20xx-20xx                                                Panels 20xx-20xx                      Panels 20xx-20xx
                                                                                                                                                t-test P-
Species                                                      n plots         n trees    Mean              SEd          Mean          SEd         valueef      n plots     n trees   Mean        SEd     n plots    n trees Mean     SEd
Softwood
  Eastern softwoods
     Longleaf-slash pine                                        xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Loblolly-shortleaf pine                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Cypress                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Eastern softwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
  Western softwoods
     Douglas-fir                                                xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Ponderosa-Jeffrey pine                                     xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Western woodland softwoods                                 xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Western softwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
       Total                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x

Hardwood
  Eastern hardwoods
     Select white oaks                                          xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Select red oaks                                            xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Species                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Eastern hard hardwoods                               xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Eastern noncommercial hardwoods                            xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
  Western hardwoods
     Cottonwood-aspen                                           xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Red alder                                                  xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Oak                                                        xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Other Western hardwoods                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
     Western woodland hardwoods                                 xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
       Total                                                    xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
All groups                                                      xx,xxx        xx,xxx          xx.x           xx.x
                                                                                                            xx.x          xx.x       xx.x              .xx       xx,xxx    xx,xxx      xx.x      xx.x     xx,xxx   xx,xxx   xx.x    xx.x
a
    The mean and SE calculations consider the clustering of trees on plots.
b
    Includes only those measured in both inventory cycles.
c
    Includes only those measured in the specified inventory cycle. Note that t-tests are not presented (i.e., not valid) for mixtures of paired and independent data.
d
    Standard errors are not presented for species groups with n trees <20.
e
    T-tests are not performed for species groups where n plots from either subpopulation is <10.
f
The probablility of obtaining a larger t-value under the null hypotheses that the difference between the two means equal 0.
Table 60— Mean fuel loadings on forest land by forest type group and fuel class [state], [year]
                           Down and dead wood by time-lag fuel hour classes Slash           Forest floor fuels
Forest type group              1 hr      10 hr     100 hr      1000+ hr                     Duff         Litter
                                                                tons/acre
White-red-jack pine          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                   x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Western white pine           x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce         x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Western larch                x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Redwood                      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
California mixed conifer     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods             x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Oak-pine                     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood           x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch            x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Alder-maple                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Western oak                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods      x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods           x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods             x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Nonstocked                   x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
   All types                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Refer to table 1.8 in Woodall and Monleon (2008)
Table 61—Carbon stocks of dead, down woody materials by forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
                               Forest floor      Fine woody debris       Coarse woody Slash
Forest type group            Duff       Litter Small Medium Large            debris
                                                       million tons
White-red-jack pine         x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                  x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine         x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine     x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper              x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                 x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine              x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Western white pine          x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine              x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce        x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Western larch               x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Redwood                     x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods     x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
California mixed conifer    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods            x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Oak-pine                    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                 x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress             x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood          x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch           x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                 x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Alder-maple                 x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Western oak                 x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel               x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods     x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods          x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods            x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Nonstocked                  x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
   All groups               x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Refer to table 4.1 in Woodall and Monleon (2008)
Table 62— Mean volume of coarse woody debris by large-end diameter, decay class, and forest-type group on forest land [state], [year]
                                    Large-end diameter (inches)                          Decay-classes                      Total Volume
Forest type group           3.0-7.9    8.0-12.9 13.0-17.9       18.0+     1          2         3         4           5
                                                                              3
                                                                            ft /acre
White-red-jack pine         x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine         x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Western white pine          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce        x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Western larch               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Redwood                     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
California mixed conifer    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods            x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Oak-pine                    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress             x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch           x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Alder-maple                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Western oak                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods            x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Nonstocked                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
   All types                x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x         x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Refer to table 4.2 in Woodall and Monleon (2008)
Table 63— Mean counts and cover of coarse woody debris by forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
                                    Large-end diameter (inches)                           Decay-classes                  Total Pieces   Cover
Forest type group           3.0-7.9    8.0-12.9 13.0-17.9       18.0+      1           2        3          4     5
                                                                           pieces/acre                                                  percent
White-red-jack pine         x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Spruce-fir                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine         x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Douglas-fir                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Ponderosa pine              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Western white pine          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Lodgepole pine              x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce        x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Western larch               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Redwood                     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Other Western softwoods     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
California mixed conifer    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Exotic softwoods            x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Oak-pine                    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Oak-hickory                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress             x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch           x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Aspen-birch                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Alder-maple                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Western oak                 x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel               x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods     x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods          x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods            x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Nonstocked                  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
   All types                x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x  x,xxx.x    x,xxx.x x,xxx.x x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x     x,xxx.x       xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Refer to table 4.2 in Woodall and Monleon (2008)
Table 64—Mean cover and height of shrub, herb, litter, and fuelbed by forest type group on forest land [state], [year]
                                                    Cover                                                         Height
Forest type group           Live shrub Dead shrub Live herb Dead herb Litter         Live shrub Dead shrub Live herb Dead herb Fuelbed
                                                   percent                                                         feet
White-red-jack pine           xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Spruce-fir                    xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine           xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine       xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Douglas-fir                   xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Western white pine            xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock   xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce          xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Western larch                 xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Redwood                       xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Other Western softwoods       xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
California mixed conifer      xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Exotic softwoods              xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Oak-pine                      xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Oak-hickory                   xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress               xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood            xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch             xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Aspen-birch                   xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Alder-maple                   xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Western oak                   xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                 xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods       xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods            xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods              xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Nonstocked                    xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
   All types                  xxx.x      xxx.x        xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x      xxx.x         xxx.x         xxx.x xxx.x    xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
Refer to table 4.3 in Woodall and Monleon (2008)
                                                                       a
Table 65—Biomass and carbon mass of down wood on forest land by forest-type and ownership groups [state], [year]
                                                                                              Ownership group
                                             USDA                                                  State and           Corporate         Non-corporate
                                          Forest Service              Other Federal            local government
Forest type group                        Biomass Carbon             Biomass Carbon             Biomass Carbon       Biomass Carbon Biomass Carbon
                                                                                                 million tons

White-red-jack pine                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Spruce-fir                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Pinyon-juniper                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Douglas-fir                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Ponderosa pine                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Western white pine                        x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Lodgepole pine                            x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                      x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Western larch                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Redwood                                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Other Western softwoods                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
California mixed conifer                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Exotic softwoods                          x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Oak-pine                                  x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Oak-hickory                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                           x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                        x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Maple-beech-birch                         x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Aspen-birch                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Alder-maple                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Western oak                               x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Tanoak-laurel                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Other Western hardwoods                   x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Tropical hardwoods                        x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Exotic hardwoods                          x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Nonstocked                                x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
   All groups                             x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x      x,xxx.x       x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x   x,xxx.x
Numbers in rows and columns may not sum to totals due to rounding.
A dash (—) indicates no sample for the cell; 0.0 indicates a value of > 0.0 but < 0.05 for the cell.
a
    Down wood includes all pieces with a diameter  3 inches at the point of intersection.
Table 66 - Population estimates of species richness for community types on forest land, [state], [years].
                                                                                                                                                                      Estimates of ―true‖

                                                                                                          Gamma
                                                                                                           total
                                                                                                        number of             Average                Average
                                                                                                          species  Average    subplot                quadrat        1st Order 2nd Order Average Plot
Ecological Province                                       Forest type                         N          recorded plot alphaa alphaa                  alphaa       Jackknifeb Jackknifeb Betac
Laurentian Mixed Forest
                                            Northern white-cedar                                  xx             xx             xx             xx             xx             xx               xx             xx
                                            Sugar maple / beech / birch                            xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
                                            Hard maple / basswood                                  xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
                                            Aspen                                                  xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
Eastern Broadleaf Forest
                                            White oak / red oak / hickory                          xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
                                            Sugar maple / beech / birch                            xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
Midwest Broadleaf Forest
                                            White oak / red oak / hickory                          xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
Central Interior Broadleaf
Forest
                                            White oak / red oak / hickory                          xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
                                            White oak                                              xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
Colorado Plateau Semi-Desert

                                            Pinyon / juniper woodland                              xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
Interior Semi-Desert and
Desert
                                            Pinyon / juniper woodland                              xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx
NV-UT Mountain Semi-desert
Coniferous Forest
                                            Pinyon / juniper woodland                              xx            xx             xx             xx             xx              xx               xx            xx

a
    Average alpha (number of species per sample unit) is based on fully forested sample units (plot alpha, only fully forested plots included; subplot alpha, only fully forested subplots included; etc.)
b
    Jackknife estimates predict the true number of species in the community (gamma) based on the number of species recorded only once or twice.
c
Average plot Beta signifies the average amount of species composition change across the four subplots in a ―homogenous‖ forest type.
Table 67 - Rates of plant identification and origin of identified species on forest land, [state], [years].

                                                                                                             Gamma
                                                                                                          total number
                                                                                                            of species                     Percent        Percent         Genus
Ecological Province     Forest type                                                             N           recorded1       Species         native      introduced         only        Unknown2
Laurentian Mixed Forest

                                    Northern white-cedar                                            xx               xx             xx            xx              xx             xx               xx
                                    Sugar maple / beech / birch                                      xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
                                    Hard maple / basswood                                            xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
                                    Aspen                                                            xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
Eastern Broadleaf Forest

                                    White oak / red oak / hickory                                    xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
                                    Sugar maple / beech / birch                                      xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
Midwest Broadleaf Forest

                                    White oak / red oak / hickory                                    xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
Central Interior Broadleaf
Forest
                                    White oak / red oak / hickory                                    xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
                                    White oak                                                        xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
Colorado Plateau Semi-
Desert
                                    Pinyon / juniper woodland                                        xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
Interior Semi-Desert and
Desert
                                    Pinyon / juniper woodland                                        xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx
NV-UT Mountain Semi-
desert Coniferous Forest

                                    Pinyon / juniper woodland                                        xx               xx            xx             xx              xx             xx              xx

1
    Gamma represents the total number of unique plant codes recorded in a community, including codes for plants identified to species, genus, and symbols for plants that cannot be identified to genus.
2
    Unknown origin includes plants not identified to species.
Table 68–Average percent vegetation cover by layer (optional) on forest land, [state], [years].
                                                               Layer 1 0-2 ft      Layer 1 0-2 ft   Layer 3 - (6-16ft)   Layer 4
  Ecological Province   Forest type            N                   (var)                (var)             (var)           (var)
Table 69 – Distribution of selected native and introduced species on forest land, [state], [years].
                                                                                        All plots               Plots where present
                                                                                       Constancy      Average       Subplot       Quadrat
Number of plots       Growth habit      Scientific name Common name         Origin     (all plots)     Cover       Frequency Frequency
Table 70—Summary of ozone biomonitoring statistics [state] on forest land, [region], [year].
Parameter                                        ABC region           State 1     State 2                                              State 3   State 4   State 5   State 6   State 7
Number of biosites evaluated                          xxx             xxx          xxx                                                  xxx       xxx       xxx       xxx       xxx
Number of biosites with injury                        xxx             xxx          xxx                                                  xxx       xxx       xxx       xxx       xxx
Average biosite injury (BI) score1                                              xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x

Percent biosites with BI = 0 to 4.92                                            xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
Percent biosites with BI = 5 to 14.9                                            xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
Percent biosites with BI = 15 to 24.9                                           xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
Percent biosites with BI >= 25                                                  xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x

Percent forest land with BI = 0 to 4.93                                         xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
Percent forest land with BI = 5 to 14.9                                         xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
Percent forest land with BI = 15 to 24.9                                        xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
Percent forest land with BI >= 25                                               xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x

Average number of species per biosite                                             x                   x                x                 x         x         x         x         x
                                                    4
Percent sample plants by HB category:
0 = no injury                                                                   xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
1 = 1 to 6%                                                                     xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
2 = 7 to 25%                                                                    xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
3 = 26 to 50%                                                                   xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
4 = 51 to 75%                                                                   xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x
5 = >75%                                                                        xx.x                xx.x             xx.x               xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x      xx.x

Number of plants evaluated                                                      xxxx               xxxx              xxxx               xxxx      xxxx      xxxx      xxxx      xxxx
Number of plants injured                                                        xxx                 xxx              xxx                xxx        xxx       xxx       xxx       xxx
Number of plants evaluated (injured) by species:
Species 1 (number injured in parenthesis)                                     xxx (x)             xxx (x)          xxx (x)             xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)
Species 2                                                                     xxx (x)             xxx (x)          xxx (x)             xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)
Species 3, etc.                                                               xxx (x)             xxx (x)          xxx (x)             xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)   xxx (x)
1
    The biosite index is based on the average injury score (amount*severity) for each species averaged across all species on the biosite.
2
    Biosite categories represent a relative measure of tree-level response (least injured - most injured) to ambient ozone exposure.
3
    Percent forestland is estimated after kriging the biosite values to generate a biological response surface across the landscape.
4
    HB values are an estimate of the mean severity of symptoms on injured foliage.
Table 71–-Mean water, carbon, and nitrogen contents of forest floor and soil cores on forest land by forest type, [state], [years].
                                        Number       Forest
                          Soil            of          Floor                            Organic     Inorganic       Total         C/N       Forest   Organic
Forest Type              Layer           Plots       Depth        Water Content1       Carbon       Carbon       Nitrogen       Ratio      Floor1   Carbon
                                 cm                         cm                   %             %            %             %                 Mg/ha     Mg/ha
Forest type 1     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 2     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 3     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 4     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 5     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 6     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 7     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
Forest type 8     Forest floor                 xx            xx               xx.xx        xx.xx                       x.xxx        xx.x     xxx.xx    xx.xx
                                0–10           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
                               10–20           xx                             xx.xx        xx.xx         xx.xx         x.xxx        xx.x               xx.xx
1
    Oven-dry (105 C) basis
Table 72--Mean physical and chemical properties of soil cores on forest land by forest type, [state], [years].
                               Number                                                                                 Bray 1         Olsen
                        Soil        of       Soil                    Bulk        Coarse            pH             Extractable   Extractable
Forest Type           Layer      Plots   Texture         SQI1     Density    Fragments          H2 O      CaCl2   Phosphorus    Phosphorus
                            cm                               %       g/cm3            %                                mg/kg         mg/kg
Forest type 1             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 2             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 3             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 4             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 5             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 6             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 7             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
Forest type 8             0–10        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
                         10–20        xx         xx          xx       x.xx         xx.xx       x.xx       x.xx         xx.xx         xx.xx
1
    Soil Quality Index
Table 73--Mean exchangeable cation concentrations in soil cores on forest land by forest type,
[state], [years].
                    Number
Forest       Soil   of                         1 M NH4Cl exchangeable cations
Type         layer  plots     Na         K           Mg          Ca          Al         ECEC
              cm                                         mg/kg                           cmolc/kg
Forest
type 1          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 2          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 3          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 4          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 5          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 6          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 7          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Forest
type 8          0–10         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
               10–20         xx        xxx        xxx        xxx       xxxx        xxx       xx.xx
Table 74--Mean extractable trace element concentrations in soil cores by forest type on forest land, [state], [years].
          Soil       Number
Forest    Layer      of                                             1 M NH4Cl Extractable
Type      cm         Plots        Mn        Fe         Ni           Cu          Zn         Cd          Pb           S
                                                                            mg/kg
Forest
type 1          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 2          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 3          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 4          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 5          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 6          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 7          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Forest
type 8          0–10         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
               10–20         xx        xx.x       xx.x         xx.x       xx.x        xx.x        xx.x         xx.x      xx.x
Table 75—Compaction and modeled erosion rates by forest type group on forest land, [state], [year]
                                                                                                          Erosion
                                         Compaction                                                  USLE model                       WEPP model
                                   Plots       Compacted                                                                     Soil loss for storms of different
                                 reporting        area         Bare soil           Slope                            Soil   precipitation return periods (years)
Forest-type group               compaction      per plot        cover      Slope   length   R     K     SL    CP    loss     2       5      10     50      100
                                  number                   percent                   feet                                         tons per acre

White-red-jack pine                  x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Spruce-fir                           x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Longleaf-slash pine                  x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Loblolly-shortleaf pine              x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Pinyon-juniper                       x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Douglas-fir                          x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Ponderosa pine                       x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Western white pine                   x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Fir-spruce-mountain hemlock          x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Lodgepole pine                       x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Hemlock-sitka spruce                 x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Western larch                        x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Redwood                              x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Other Western softwoods              x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
California mixed conifer             x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Exotic softwoods                     x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Oak-pine                             x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Oak-hickory                          x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Oak-gum-cypress                      x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Elm-ash-cottonwood                   x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Maple-beech-birch                    x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Aspen-birch                          x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Alder-maple                          x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Western oak                          x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Tanoak-laurel                        x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Other Western hardwoods              x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Tropical hardwoods                   x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Exotic hardwoods                     x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Nonstocked                           x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
   All groups                        x            xx              xx        xx      xx      xxx   x.x   x.x   x.x   xx.x   xx.x    xx.x   xx.x    xx.x     xx.x
Table 76—Summary of lichen community indicator species richness on forest land, [state], [year]
Parameter                                                                            ABC region          State 1     State 2 State 3

Number of plots                                                                                   114           39           42      33
Number of plots by lichen species richness category:a b
  < 6 species                                                                                     30           13              5      12
  6–15 species                                                                                    67           21             29      17
  16–25 species                                                                                   16            5              8       3
  > 25 species                                                                                     1            0              0       1
Range of species richness per plot (low–high)                                                   0–27         0–22           2–23   0–27
Average lichen species richness per plot                                                        9.53         8.64          11.26    8.36
  (Alpha diversity)
Standard deviation of lichen species richness per plot                                          5.72          5.37          4.75    6.8
Species turnover rate (beta diversity)c                                                        15.11          8.91          9.33   9.45
Total number of species per area (gamma diversity)                                               144            77           105     79
a
    Categories are based on a cumulative distribution function (CDF) of plot species richness for the SE gradient model.
b
    Plots with no lichens ARE included
c
    Beta diversity is calculated as gamma diversity divided by alpha diversity.
Table 77—Summary of lichen community indicator air quality index parameters on forest land, [state], [year]
Parameter                                                                   ABC region                   State 1                 State 2        State 3

Number of plots surveyed                                                                   xx                       xx                     xx             xx
Number of plots by air quality index category: a b
  Lowest (poorest)                                                                        xx                       xx                    xx            xx
  Intermediate                                                                            xx                       xx                    xx            xx
  Highest (best)                                                                          xx                       xx                    xx            xx
Air quality index extremes                                                             xx-xx                    xx-xx                 xx-xx         xx-xx
Average score on air quality index                                                        xx                       xx                    xx            xx
Standard deviation on air quality index                                                   xx                       xx                    xx            xx
a
    Categories are based on a cumulative distribution function (CDF) of plot air quality gradient scores for the SE gradient model.
b
    Plots with no lichens are not included.
Table 78—Summary of lichen community climate index parameters on forest land, [state], [year]
Parameter                                                              ABC region                  State 1               State 2          State 3

Number of plots surveyed                                                              xx                     xx                    xx               xx
Number of plots by climate index category: a b
  Most coastal, S, warmest                                                           xx                     xx                    xx              xx
  Warm                                                                               xx                     xx                    xx              xx
  Cool                                                                               xx                     xx                    xx              xx
  Most mountainous, N, coolest                                                       xx                     xx                    xx              xx
Climate index extremes                                                            xx-xx                  xx-xx                 xx-xx           xx-xx
Average score on climate index                                                       xx                     xx                    xx              xx
Standard deviation on climate index                                                  xx                     xx                    xx              xx
a
    Categories are based on a cumulative distribution function (CDF) of plot climate index gradient scores for the [xx] gradient model.
b
    Plots with no lichens are not included.

				
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