What is Forest Vegetation Simulator ?
The Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) is an individual-tree, distance-independent growth and yield model. FVS will simulate growth and yield for most major forest tree species, forest types, and stand conditions. FVS can simulate a wide range of silvicultural treatments. Variants of FVS provide growth and yield models for specific geographic areas of the United States. The FVS system uses existing forest inventory data. FVS needs a description of the inventory design, stand attributes, and a list of individual tree records. It is capable of simulations starting with bare ground conditions Suppose is the FVS Windows interface. It allows easy operation with point and click functions.
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