Custer 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
Ponderosa pine 187,626,177 3,636,720 1,507,361 187,626,177 3,636,720 1,507,361 152,486,132 2,769,830 1,366,283
Engelmann spruce 115,374,260 193,033 1,848,676 49,712,864 -19,516 777,371 34,942,538 -303,903 777,371
Whitebark pine 110,434,505 -3,153,309 4,795,243 57,075,041 735,972 -- 38,400,239 495,835 --
Lodgepole pine 104,232,599 2,315,207 440,043 88,741,965 2,042,553 440,043 45,413,485 854,085 273,777
Douglas-fir 65,290,324 1,117,271 139,203 43,180,674 785,741 139,203 15,002,664 415,179 --
Subalpine fir 51,825,232 2,454,909 424,961 25,499,604 2,519,282 -- 18,566,205 1,356,492 --
Black cottonwood 6,073,216 202,345 -- 6,073,216 202,345 -- -- -- --
Aspen 5,793,274 316,723 -- 5,793,274 316,723 -- 245,209 1,304 --
Limber pine 5,572,020 64,941 -- 5,572,020 64,941 --       5,572,020 64,941 --
Total 652,221,608 7,147,840 9,155,487 469,274,836 10,284,761 2,863,978 310,628,490 5,653,763 2,417,431
Standard Error* 12.2 85.3 62.7 13.1 17.5 36.5 20.0 23.3 42.2
*Percent of total