# Glossary:

### Dominant height (Ho):

Is the average height of the 100 thickest trees per hectare, that is to say, one tree per 100 m2.

### Basal Area (G):

The basal area is calculated by transferring the sum of the normal sections of all the inventoriable trees present in the plot to values per hectare, which includes the section provided by the trees with a total height greater than 1.3 m that were alive at the time of the inventory.

### Bark biomass (Wb):

Dry weight of bark on stem and on branches larger than 7 cm, in kg.

### Biomass of leaves (Wl):

Dry weight of all the leaves of the tree, in kg.

### Wood Biomass (Ww):

Dry weight of wood in the stem without bark up to 7 cm and in branches larger than 7 cm, in kg.

### Biomass of Branches (Wbr):

Dry weight of branches between 6 mm and 7 cm, in kg.

### Biomass of twigs (Wt):

Dry weight of branches up to 6 mm thick, in kg.

### Density (N):

The density, expressed as the number of trees per hectare.

### Dominant diameter (Do):

Is the average of the diameters corresponding to the 100 thickest trees per hectare, expressed in cm

### Normal diameter (d):

Is the diameter measured at a height of 1.30 m upstream of the tree, expressed in cm.

### Age of mass or initial age (t0):

Is the current age in years of the plot.

### Volume with bark:

vcc: Volume with bark of the individual tree expressed in m3.

Vcc: Volume with bark of the stand expressed in m3 per hectare.

### Volume under bark:

vsc: Volume under bark of the individual tree expressed in m3.

Vsc: Stand volume expressed in m3 per hectare.