Flathead National Forest, 1994    (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
Subalpine fir 927,528,601 16,817,113 12,686,505 538,465,068 6,782,426 7,117,220 232,257,022 1,064,605 2,426,982
Engelmann spruce 899,808,666 10,697,817 5,000,925 532,095,759 6,459,820 3,967,137 198,466,852 1,846,198 --
Douglas-fir 851,047,831 17,163,404 2,554,268 592,852,633 11,217,348 1,924,562 363,269,464 7,631,002 --
Lodgepole pine 841,888,334 16,760,958 12,894,637 332,060,041 2,285,258 10,421,741 214,226,952 2,962,805 --
Western larch 351,024,315 6,562,790 176,344 282,280,266 5,824,364 93,187 215,854,094 4,390,929 93,187
Whitebark pine 202,864,554 1,324,799 1,034,406 58,279,262 98,180 733,565 -- -- --
Grand fir 28,480,038 923,354 -- 28,480,038 923,354 -- 23,393,678 817,212 5,285,536
Cottonwood/Poplar 18,127,990 313,722 -- 18,127,990 313,722 -- -- -- --
Western white pine 13,465,535 -1,090,730 1,336,932 13,465,535 -1,090,730 1,336,932 5,409,166 -992,814 1,107,442
Ponderosa pine 13,019,898 798,190 99,455 12,087,362 795,884 99,455 12,087,362 795,884 99,455
Paper birch 10,399,573 181,087 -- 10,399,573 181,087 -- 7,642,338 144,146 --
Black cottonwood 8,092,647 675,901 -- 5,352,764 402,072 -- 2,107,387 264,471 --
Aspen 5,662,197 174,510 -- 3,862,529 113,069 -- 850,790 8,429 --
Western redcedar 4,508,785 -25,390 130,674 4,508,785 -25,390 130,674 2,603,106 -84,645 --
Western hemlock 2,009,116 39,334 -- 2,009,116 39,334 -- -- -- --
Subalpine larch 834,615 21,153 -- -- -- -- -- -- 5,896,574
Total 4,178,762,695 71,338,011 35,914,146 2,434,326,721 34,319,798 25,824,474 1,278,168,211 18,848,222 16,390,907
Standard Error* 4.4 10.9 14.8 5.5 16.7 18.4 9.9 25.2 23.8
*Percent of total