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The Resource Evaluation Newsletter was published from 1980-1981. This newsletter was jointly sponsored by the USDA Forest Service's Resources Evaluation Techniques Program and the BLM's Division of Resource Inventory Systems. The Resource Evaluation Newsletter replaced BLM's Resource Inventory Notes. Topics covered classification systems, remote sensing and data analysis as well as inventory techniques. This series is no longer in print. Copies may be requested from the BLM Library by emailing blm_library@blm.gov or phoning 303-236-6650. Dr. Tim Gregoire at Yale University has scanned all of the BLM Resource Inventory Notes and Resources Evaluation Newsletters and has made them available on the Web in .pdf format. See: http://environment.yale.edu/profile/gregoire/resource-inventory-notes#Evaluation.

RESOURCES EVALUATION NEWSLETTER
Classification - Remote Sensing - Inventory - Analysis

Series No.

Title Author Date
REN-1 In-place data Turman
    1980
REN-2
A procedure to develop location coordinates for sample points from inventory sampling Barnes
    1980
REN-3 Point-sampling factors for Appalachian hardwoods Wiant
   1980
REN-4 Aggregating inventories Lund
   1980
REN-5
IMGRID [Information Management on a Grid Cell System] as a tool for wildlife planning Davis
    1980
REN-6 Randomization tests Romesburg
    1981
REN-7 Use of remote sensing data in a wildlife rehabilitation  project Issaacson
   1981
REN-8 Loran-C navigation Dull
   1981
REN-9 Testing for normality Fowler
   1981
REN-10
Stand and stock table preparation using a programmable calculator Rockwood
   1981
REN-11
A method for digitizing inventory plot locations in the UTM [Universe Transverse Mercator] coordinate system Smith
   1981

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