The Regional Vegetation Management Model

RVMM


About RVMM ...

The RVMM project was initiated by the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon State University in 1990 to develop a decision support tool for forest managers to decide where, when, and how to control associated vegetation in young Douglas-fir plantations in the Pacific Northwest. RVMM provides tree-level and stand-level predictions of growth and yield for Douglas-fir; and, associated conifers, hardwoods, shrubs, and herbaceous species in the Coast Range and Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington. The model is compatible with existing rotation-age growth models (e.g., ORGANON, FVS/PROGNOSIS, SPS) and provides a link between young-stand response to vegetation management and rotation-age stand structure.

RVMM is PC-based and runs under Windows 3.1 or Windows 95/NT.

Two versions of RVMM have been developed: tree-level (individual-tree) and stand-level. The stand-level version will be available in the near future.


Link to More General Information about RVMM.

Link to Coastal RVMM -- Individual-Tree

Link to Cascades RVMM -- Individual-Tree

Link to Coastal RVMM -- Stand-Level

Link to Cascades RVMM -- Stand-Level

Return to ORGANON Home Page


If you have any questions about RVMM, please send a message to:
radosevichs@fsl.orst.edu

This page has been accessed times since 1 April 1998.

Pages maintained by the RVMM Project,
Department of Forest Science, College of Forestry, Oregon State University


Created by Bob Shula, Department of Forest Science with assistance from David Marshall, Department of Forest Resources.
Created 1 April 1998 -- Last updated 1 July 1998