• Monthly cash expenditure for fuelwood

• Monthly cash expenditure for other fuels

• Time per month spent gathering fuelwood

• Days (8hrs) per month spent gathering

• Mean diameter of fuelwood

• Mean moisture content of fuelwood samples\

• Fuelwood consumption, daily per family (kg dry weight)

• Fuelwood consumption, monthly per family (kg dry weight)

• Fuelwood consumption, annual per family (kg dry weight)

• Fuelwood consumption, daily per capita (kg dry weight)

• Fuelwood consumption, monthly per capita (kg dry weight)

• Fuelwood consumption, annual per capita (kg dry weight)

• Charcoal consumption, daily per family (kg)

• Charcoal consumption, monthly per family (kg)

• Charcoal consumption, annual per family (kg)

• Charcoal consumption, daily per capita (kg)

• Charcoal consumption, monthly per capita (kg)

• Charcoal consumption, annual per capita (kg)

• Other fuel consumption, daily per family (IS units)

• Other fuels consumption, monthly per family (IS units)

• Other fuels consumption, annual per family (IS units)

• Total wage-earners

• Total non-wage-earners

• Total persons employed

• Monthly production (in units of output per branch)

• Annual production

• Monthly cash income

• Annual cash income

• Monthly cash expenditure for purchase of fuel

• Consumption of woodfuels per product (kg fuel per unit of product)

• Annual consumption of woodfuels (kg dry weight) per establishment

• Consumption of other fuels per product

• Annual consumption of other fuels per establishment

• Total wage-earners

• Total non-wage-earners

• Total persons employed

• Monthly production of each woodfuel

• Annual production of each woodfuel

• Monthly cash income

• Annual cash income

• Monthly cash expenditure per activity

• Annual cash expenditure per activity

1. Computations per tree

• Basal area at 0.5 and 1.3 m height

• Cylindrical volume

• Real volume with shape factor = 0.7, 0.8 and 0.9

• Woody biomass, dry weight (tons dry weight)

• Diameter classes

• Height strata

2. Computations per plot

Total summations and per diameter class, principal species and height strata, of:

• Basal area = G

• Dominant height

• Cylindrical volume

• Real volume with shape factor = 0.7, 0.8 and 0.9

• Woody biomass, dry weight

• Number of trees or individuals

• Number of species