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These tables are the metric equivalent of the old established Hoppus tables and are used in exactly the same way. Mid-diameters in centimetres are used instead of mid-quarter girth in inches, lengths are expressed in metres rather than in feet, and volumes are given in cubic metres.

[Archive] Metric volume ready reckoner for round timber

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Forestry Commission Booklet No. 26. February 1970.