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Table 5 Summary of forest statistics derived from inventory data showing number of stems per hectare (mean ± standard error) before and after harvest and the estimated potential harvestable biomass for bioenergy (total from silvicultural treatments and after sawlog harvest) for each broad vegetation group in Southeast Queensland bioregion

From: Estimating potential harvestable biomass for bioenergy from sustainably managed private native forests in Southeast Queensland, Australia

Broad Vegetation group (1: 1 M) Sites (n = 450) Stocking before harvest (stems∙ha−1) Stocking after harvest (stems∙ha−1) Harvestable biomass for bioenergy (t∙ha−1)
2a Complex notophyll vine forests 8 281 ± 47 64 ± 11 28.4 ± 4.3
8a Wet tall open eucalypt forests 9 492 ± 127 168 ± 65 43.2 ± 5.8
8b Moist open forests E. pilularis 14 336 ± 57 135 ± 38 29.1 ± 3.6
9a Moist open eucalypt forests 69 297 ± 13 125 ± 9 20.8 ± 1.3
9 g Open forests - stringybarks 8 264 ± 30 83 ± 7 18.7 ± 3.5
9 h Dry woodlands – eucalypts 81 266 ± 10 96 ± 3 14.0 ± 0.8
10b Moist open forests Corymbia spp 156 383 ± 35 109 ± 8 14.2 ± 0.7
11a Open forests mainly on basalt 1 228 40 19.0
12a Dry woodlands- ironbarks 8 230 ± 20 116 ± 25 11.0 ± 1.8
13c Woodlands of E. crebra 2 481 ± 199 147 ± 65 13.4 ± 5.6
13d Woodlands of E. moluccana 64 271 ± 12 94 ± 4 14.5 ± 0.8
16c Open woodlands on floodplains 28 241 ± 39 61 ± 7 14.0 ± 1.3
22a Open forests on alluvial plains 2 218 ± 49 61 ± 6 23.1 ± 10.1