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SWO ORGANON PUBLICATIONS

1. Paine, D.P. and D.W. Hann. 1982. Maximum crown-width equations for southwestern Oregon tree species. Oregon State University, Forest
Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Paper 46. 20p.
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2. Larsen, D.R. and D.W. Hann. 1985. Equations for predicting diameter
and squared diameter inside bark at breast height for six major
conifers of southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest
Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Note 77. 4p.
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3. Walters, D.K., D.W. Hann and M.A. Clyde. 1985. Equations and tables
predicting gross total stem volumes in cubic feet for six major
conifers of southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest
Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Bulletin 50. 36p.
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4. Walters, D.K. and D.W. Hann. 1986a. Predicting merchantable volume
in cubic feet to a variable top and in Scribner board feet to a 6-inch
top for six major conifers of southwest Oregon. Oregon State
University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research
Bulletin 52. 107p.
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5. Walters, D.K. and D.W. Hann. 1986b. Taper equations for six conifer
species in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research
Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Bulletin 56. 36p.
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6. Hann, D.W. and J.A. Scrivani. 1987. Dominant-height-growth and site-
index equations for Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine in southwest
Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory,
Corvallis, Oregon. Research Bulletin 59. 36p.
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7. Ritchie, M.W. and D.W. Hann. 1987. Equations for predicting height to crown base for fourteen tree species in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Paper 50. 14p.
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8. Hann, D.W. and C. H. Wang. 1990. Mortality equations for individual trees in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Bulletin 67. 17p.
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9. Ritchie, M.W. and D.W. Hann. 1990. Equations for predicting height growth of six conifer species in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Paper 54. 12p.
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10. Hann, D.W. and D.R. Larsen. 1991. Diameter growth equations for fourteen tree species in southwest Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Bulletin 69. 18p.
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11. Hann, D.W. 1997. Equations for predicting the largest crown width of
stand-grown trees in western Oregon. Forest Research Lab., Oregon
State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 17. 14p.
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12. Hann, D.W. 1998. Extending southwest Oregon's Douglas-fir dominant
height growth equation to older ages. Forest Research Lab., Oregon
State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 18. 16p.
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13. Hanus, M.L., D.W. Hann, and D.D. Marshall. 1999. Predicting
height for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest Oregon.
Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Research Contribution 27. 22p.
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14. Hanus, M.L., D.W. Hann, and D.D. Marshall. 2000. Predicting
height to crown base for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest
Oregon. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University,
Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 29. 35p.
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15. Hann, D.W. and M.L. Hanus. 2001. Enhanced mortality equations
for trees in the mixed conifer zone of southwest Oregon. Forest
Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Research Contribution 34. 34p.
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16. Hann, D.W. and M.L. Hanus. 2002. Enhanced diameter-growth-rate
equations for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest Oregon.
Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Research Contribution 39. 54p.
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17. Hann, D.W. and M.L. Hanus. 2002. Enhanced height-growth-rate
for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest Oregon. Forest
Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Research Contribution 41. 38p.
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18. Hann, D.W. 2011. Revised volume and taper equations for six major conifer species in southwest Oregon. Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Forest Biometrics Research Paper 2. 14p.
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NWO ORGANON PUBLICATIONS

1. Ritchie, M. W. and D. W. Hann. 1984. Nonlinear equations for
predicting diameter and squared diameter inside bark at breast
height for Douglas-fir. Oregon State University, Forest Research
Laboratory, Research Paper 47, 12 pages.
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2. Wang,C.-H. and D.W. Hann. 1988. Height-diameter equations for
sixteen tree species in the central western Willamette Valley of
Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory,
Corvallis, Oregon. Research Paper 51. 7p.
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3. Zumrawi, A. A. and D. W. Hann. 1989. Height to crown base equations
for six tree species in the central western Willamette Valley of
Oregon. Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, Research
Paper 52. 9p.
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4. Zumrawi, A.A. and D.W. Hann. 1993. Diameter growth equations for
Douglas-fir and grand fir in the western Willamette Valley of Oregon.
Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Research Contribution 4. 6p.
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5. Hann, D.W. 1997. Equations for predicting the largest crown width of
stand-grown trees in western Oregon. Forest Research Lab., Oregon
State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 17. 14p.
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6. Johnson, Greg. 2000. ORGANON Calibration for Western Hemlock Project: Maximum Size-Denisty Relationships. Willamette Industries, Inc. Internal Research Report. 8p.
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7. Johnson, Greg. 2000. ORGANON Calibration for Western Hemlock Project: Height Growth Equation.Willamette Industries, Inc. Internal Research Report. 9p.
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8. Johnson, Greg. 2000. ORGANON Calibration for Western Hemlock Project: Height - Diameter Prediction Equation.Willamette Industries, Inc. Internal Research Report. 10p.
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9. Johnson, Greg. 2002. ORGANON Calibration for Western Hemlock Project: Diameter Growth Prediction Equation.Willamette Industries, Inc. Internal Research Report. 21p.
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10. Johnson, Greg. 2002. ORGANON Calibration for Western Hemlock Project: Crown Width, and Height to Crown Base Equations.Willamette Industries, Inc. Internal Research Report. 16p.
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SMC ORGANON PUBLICATIONS

1. Hanus, M. L., D. D. Marshall, and D. W. Hann. 1999. Height-diameter equations for six species in the coastal regions of the pacific northwest. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 25. 11p.
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2. Hann, D. W., D. D. Marshall, and M. L. Hanus. 2003. Equations for predicting height-to-crown-base, 5-year diameter-growth rate, 5-year height-growth rate, 5-year mortality rate, and maximum size-density trajectory for douglas-fir and western hemlock in the coastal region of the pacific northwest. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 40. 83p.
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3. Hann, D.W., D.D. Marshall, and M.L. Hanus. 2006. Re-analysis of the SMC- ORGANON equations for diameter-growth rate, height-growth rate, and mortality rate equations of Douglas-fir. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 49. 24.
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4. Hann, D.W. and D.D. Marshall. 2007. Revised equation for predicting response of Douglas-fir diameter growth rate to fertilization in ORGANON. SMC Quarterly News (1): 4-7.
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5. Hann, D.W., D.D. Marshall, and M.L. Hanus. 2007. Reanalysis of the Western Hemlock Diameter-growth-rate Equation in SMC-ORGANON. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. SMC Working Paper 5. 23p.
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RAP ORGANON PUBLICATIONS

1. Hann, D.W., A.A. Bluhm, D.E. Hibbs. 2011. Development and evaluation of the tree-level equations and their combined stand-level behavior in the red alder plantation version of ORGANON. Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Forest Biometrics Research Paper 1. 127p.
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