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Improved estimates through sample selection and estimation

, : Improved estimates through sample selection and estimation. Resources Evaluation Newsletter (8): 6-9

Potential gains and losses that can be achieved by improved design and estimation techniques are illustrated using data collected from 1080 white oaks in SE USA.


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