Utilities for owners who want to calculate the volume of one or more trees. Timber Volume in drive cubic meters (m3) and cubic meters solid volume under bark (m3).
Forest cubic meters, the volume of an entire tree trunk above the cut, including bark and is used to specify the volume growing of standing timber. This is the measure used to indicate the volume of forest property transactions.
Cubic solid under bark is the actual volume of a tree trunk, excluding bark and is used to measure the harvested wood. It is the measure that is used to specify the volume forest to forest business.