Lolo 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
Douglas-fir 1,602,642,656 30,353,311 6,452,111 1,574,563,230 28,563,503 6,452,111 1,080,689,933 17,685,098 5,241,445
Lodgepole pine 1,210,821,571 18,444,273 8,614,669 1,061,493,756 15,764,062 8,112,030 488,734,393 7,169,378 6,193,534
Western larch 508,370,350 8,072,063 831,877 502,151,989 7,952,850 831,877 372,741,569 6,119,182 831,877
Subalpine fir 463,968,742 16,492,005 2,325,769 418,867,605 14,781,434 2,118,321 146,625,045 8,354,832 708,937
Engelmann spruce 349,311,272 6,407,432 603,772 329,036,414 6,039,405 603,772 136,663,829 2,750,613 187,595
Ponderosa pine 210,057,654 3,634,376 318,555 207,308,153 3,505,135 318,555 119,026,779 2,292,068 235,203
Grand fir 130,648,307 1,953,265 1,617,006 130,648,307 1,953,265 1,617,006 123,833,776 1,451,078 1,617,006
Western redcedar 105,254,788 3,551,862 153,226 105,254,788 3,551,862 153,226 93,369,582 2,337,796 153,226
Whitebark pine 86,035,928 -102,611 965,718 64,816,168 -376,513 965,718 1,008,934 28,174 --
Mountain hemlock 51,860,955 1,572,566 -- 51,860,955 1,572,566 -- 3,900,840 162,413 --
Western hemlock 9,591,481 253,222 -- 9,591,481 253,222 -- 1,324,052 84,959 --
Western white pine 5,650,436 -192,558 321,065 5,650,436 -192,558 321,065 4,405,251 -222,886 321,065
Black cottonwood 3,370,122 239,360 -- 3,370,122 239,360 -- 1,993,395 213,405 --
Aspen 1,662,923 30,609 -- 1,662,923 30,609 -- -- -- --
Total 4,739,247,185 90,709,176 22,203,769 4,466,276,328 83,638,202 21,493,682 2,574,317,378 48,426,110 15,489,888
Standard Error* 4.1 7.5 15.7 4.2 7.8 16.1 7.4 12.1 20.0
*Percent of total