Gallatin National Forest, 1998    (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 960,481,010 4,248,850 10,134,855 594,627,461 3,344,873 6,828,347 357,908,386 1,740,053 5,512,162
Douglas-fir 704,881,102 8,116,850 2,763,636 567,879,675 7,064,499 2,519,222 263,121,838 1,675,540 2,303,699
Engelmann spruce 677,829,354 11,552,528 1,253,399 322,334,155 7,492,266 942,409 107,162,263 2,711,609 296,338
Whitebark pine 441,378,130 4,777,861 1,679,057 214,450,844 3,655,574 306,029 29,066,479 961,142 --
Subalpine fir 414,123,305 10,518,802 5,859,277 238,147,297 2,833,955 4,070,667 56,425,123 -566,656 1,792,707
Limber pine 12,520,453 -291,272 544,195 12,520,453 -291,272 544,195 729,780 13,461 --
Western white pine 3,537,041 82,038 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Ponderosa pine 3,492,114 48,752 -- 3,492,114 48,752 -- 3,492,114 48,752 --
Aspen 1,998,333 54,694 -- 1,998,333 54,694 -- -- -- --
Total 3,220,240,842 39,109,103 22,234,419 1,955,450,332 24,203,341 15,210,868 817,905,982 6,583,900 9,904,906
Standard Error* 6.2 21.6 30.1 7.5 30.5 42.8 15.0 102.1 65.0
*Percent of total