Beaverhead-Deerlodge (B-D) National Forest, 1997    (Updated:  1 November 2000)
Net volume, net annual growth, and annual mortality of growing stock trees (5.0" DBH and greater) on total forest land, nonreserved and suitable forest land  (Data in cubic feet)
  Total forest land NONRESERVED forest land SUITABLE forest land
Species Volume Growth Mortality Volume Growth Mortality Volume Growth Mortality
Lodgepole pine 3,132,120,767 52,391,218 10,342,841 3,051,341,609 51,650,025 10,342,841 1,285,188,272 22,377,360 4,336,868
Douglas-fir 1,159,919,314 15,248,729 1,692,821 1,076,166,990 14,291,930 1,692,821 371,091,662 4,046,582 807,733
Engelmann spruce 988,354,652 10,903,389 1,417,123 773,096,928 6,912,189 1,417,123 154,296,036 1,169,756 941,338
Subalpine fir 541,685,380 11,714,389 6,012,987 459,031,302 7,672,901 4,826,556 127,210,178 2,940,663 1,625,853
Whitebark pine 486,709,797 5,992,466 1,854,352 397,203,445 5,444,513 1,280,756 22,176,006 646,815 --
Limber pine 67,607,222 1,094,560 -- 67,607,222 1,094,560 -- 671,303 4,665 --
Aspen 12,486,343 44,246 106,993 12,486,343 44,246 106,993 -- -- --
Black cottonwood 418,967 10,662 -- 418,967 10,662 -- 418,967 10,662 --
Total 6,389,302,442 97,399,660 21,427,117 5,837,352,806 87,121,026 19,667,090 1,961,052,424 31,196,502 7,711,792
Standard Error* 3.7 7.2 14.2 3.7 6.9 14.5 9.1 14.2 24.7
*Percent of total