Annotated bibliography

This collection of references, divided into 7 subject fields, provides additional reading to the subject modeling for estimation and monitoring.

1. Aggregation

Atta-Boateng, J. and J.W. Moser, Jr. 1998. A method for classifying commercial tree species of an uneven-aged mixed species tropical forest doe growth and yield model construction. In Forest Ecology and Manage, vol. 104, pp. 89-99.
Phillips, P.D., I. Yasman, T.E. Brash, and P.R. van Gardingen. 2002. Grouping species for analysis of forest data in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo).. In Forest Ecology and Manage, vol. 157, pp. 205-216.
Ritchie, M.W. and D.W. Hann. 1997. Implication of disaggregation in forest growth and yield modeling. In Forest Science, vol. 43, pp. 223-233.
Vanclay, J.K. 1991. Aggregating tree species to develop diameter increment equations for tropical rainforests. In Forest Ecology and Manage, vol. 42, pp. 143-168.
Weintraub, A., G. Saez, and M. yadlin. 1997. Aggregation procedures in forest management using cluster analysis. In FOrest Science, vol. 43, pp. 274-285.