Lewis and Clark National Forest, 1996     (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 1,035,822,946 18,731,167 4,295,927 889,782,070 16,149,214 3,133,035 419,705,285 8,271,459 1,247,162
Douglas-fir 708,282,924 14,749,457 504,468 625,216,999 13,099,544 504,468 261,844,157 4,558,945 319,558
Engelmann spruce 501,971,271 6,947,346 1,787,084 319,465,991 4,318,981 1,363,370 86,980,581 1,162,010 255,592
Subalpine fir 191,859,875 4,308,633 1,542,735 96,243,735 3,154,950 146,805 39,255,068 649,964 --
Whitebark pine 145,223,373 2,207,233 488,093 74,903,240 1,068,603 399,873 25,743,584 216,566 --
Ponderosa pine 92,712,921 1,931,172 196,226 92,712,921 1,931,172 196,226 69,958,834 1,289,947 196,226
Limber pine 86,638,360 1,369,564 40,370 83,911,786 1,351,238 40,370 34,545,093 451,205
Aspen 4,864,403 76,947 -- 324,505 5,705 -- -- -- --
Plains cottonwood 1,323,057 12,928 -- 1,323,057 12,928 -- 1,323,057 12,928 --
Black cottonwood 1,112,400 7,080 -- 404,703 2,979 -- -- -- --
Balsam poplar 978,042 221,411 -- 978,042 221,411 -- -- -- --
Total 2,770,789,570 50,562,937 8,854,902 2,185,267,048 41,316,725 5,784,147 939,355,659 16,613,023 2,018,538
Standard Error* 5.3 8.0 18.4 5.9 8.6 21.7 11.8 15.7 35.2
*Percent of total