Chris J. Cieszewski
Chris J. Cieszewski
Professor of Fiber Supply Assessment, Biometrics and Growth & Yield Modeling, WSFNR, U of Georgia
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uga.edu
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Biomass estimation for temperate broadleaf forests of the United States using inventory data
P Schroeder, S Brown, J Mo, R Birdsey, C Cieszewski
Forest science 43 (3), 424-434, 1997
4391997
Generalized algebraic difference approach: theory based derivation of dynamic site equations with polymorphism and variable asymptotes
CJ Cieszewski, RL Bailey
Forest science 46 (1), 116-126, 2000
2452000
Comparing fixed-and variable-base-age site equations having single versus multiple asymptotes
CJ Cieszewski
Forest Science 48 (1), 7-23, 2002
1252002
Three methods of deriving advanced dynamic site equations demonstrated on inland Douglas-fir site curves
CJ Cieszewski
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31 (1), 165-173, 2001
1202001
Developing a well-behaved dynamic site equation using a modified Hossfeld IV function Y^3=(ax^m)/(c+ x^(m-1)), a simplified mixed-model and scant subalpine fir data
CJ Cieszewski
Forest science 49 (4), 539-554, 2003
1162003
Polymorphic height and site index curves for lodgepole pine in Alberta
CJ Cieszewski, IE Bella
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 19 (9), 1151-1160, 1989
1081989
Large area forest inventory using Landsat ETM+: a geostatistical approach
Q Meng, C Cieszewski, M Madden
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 64 (1), 27-36, 2009
1032009
Applying geostatistics for investigations of forest ecosystems using remote sensing imagery
J Zawadzki, CJ Cieszewski, M Zasada, RC Lowe
Silva Fennica 39 (4), 599, 2005
902005
Practical methods for estimating non-biased parameters in self-referencing growth and yield models
CJ Cieszewski, M Harrison, SW Martin
University of Georgia PMRC-TR 7 (11), 2000
722000
A finite mixture distribution approach for characterizing tree diameter distributions by natural social class in pure even-aged Scots pine stands in Poland
M Zasada, CJ Cieszewski
Forest Ecology and Management 204 (2-3), 145-158, 2005
672005
A linear mixed-effects model of biomass and volume of trees using Landsat ETM+ images
Q Meng, CJ Cieszewski, M Madden, B Borders
Forest Ecology and Management 244 (1-3), 93-101, 2007
662007
GADA derivation of dynamic site equations with polymorphism and variable asymptotes form Richards, Weibull, and other exponential functions,
CJ Cieszewski
PMRC Technical Report 2004 (5), 1-16, 2004
58*2004
The stand dynamics of lodgepole pine
DE Tait, CJ Cieszewski, IE Bella
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18 (10), 1255-1260, 1988
511988
Generalized algebraic difference approach derivation of dynamic site equations with polymorphism and variable asymptotes from exponential and logarithmic functions
CJ Cieszewski, M Strub
Forest Science 54 (3), 303-315, 2008
432008
K nearest neighbor method for forest inventory using remote sensing data
Q Meng, CJ Cieszewski, M Madden, BE Borders
GIScience & Remote Sensing 44 (2), 149-165, 2007
432007
New dynamic site equation that fits best the Schwappach data for Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Central Europe
CJ Cieszewski, M Strub, M Zasada
Forest ecology and management 243 (1), 83-93, 2007
432007
Closest spectral fit for removing clouds and cloud shadows
Q Meng, BE Borders, CJ Cieszewski, M Madden
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 75 (5), 569-576, 2009
412009
A comparison of GPS performance in a southern hardwood forest: Exploring low-cost solutions for forestry applications
SD Danskin, P Bettinger, TR Jordan, C Cieszewski
Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 33 (1), 9-16, 2009
362009
Modeling density-related Iodgepole pine height growth, using Czarnowski's stand dynamics theory
CJ Cieszewski, IE Bella
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (12), 2499-2506, 1993
331993
Development of a well-behaved site-index equation: jack pine in north-central Ontario: comment
RL Bailey, CJ Cieszewski
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (10), 1667, 2000
302000
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