The Western Mensurationists are an informal group of Forest Mensurationists, Biometricians and practitioners that meet annually to discuss issues relating to the measuring forest resources.
- the act, process, or art of measuring.
- the branch of mathematics dealing with the determination of length, area, or volume.
(Webster's New World Dictionary, College Edition, 1966)
2017 Western Mensurationists Meeting will be held on June 18-20, 2017 on the
University of British Columbia campus.
|View Past Programs and Retrieve Papers:|
|Photos from the 2007 meeting at Lake Okanagan|
|A Brief History|
|Favorite Papers of ten Western Mensurationists|
|Useful Forestry Links|
|Growth Model User's Group|
Jerry Allen created these awards for best speaker in 1999-2003 and again for 2004-2008.
Each plaque depicts an image or scene indicative of a famous Mensurationist or mensurational principle.
Can you figure out who or what they are?
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Last Updated on 07/19/16