U.S. Forest Protocol Approved Growth and Yield Models
- Compliance Offset Program
- Cap-and-Trade Program
- ARB Offset Credit Issuance
- Compliance Offset Protocols
- Offset Project Operators
- Offset Project Registries
- Offset Protocol Task Force
- Requirements for Tribes
- Direct Environmental Benefits in the State (DEBS)
- Early Action Offset Credits
- Sector-Based Offset Credits
California Conifer Timber Output Simulator (CACTOS)
CACTOS is a legacy model and is no longer available for downloading.
User guide may be found at: http://www.fire.ca.gov/resource_mgt/downloads/forestry/cactos/CACTOSUsersGuide.pdf or contact Greg Biging at UC-Berkeley (510) 642-1249.
Cooperative Redwood Yield Project Timber Output Simulator (CRYPTOS) & CRYPTOS EMULATOR
CRYPTOS is a legacy model and is no longer available for downloading.
User guide may be found at: http://www.fire.ca.gov/resource_mgt/downloads/forestry/cryptos/CRYPTOSUsersGuide.pdf or contact Greg Biging at UC-Berkeley (510) 642-1249.
FORest and Stand Evaluation Environment (FORESEE*)
*please note correct spelling is FORSEE. FORSEE may be obtained for a fee by joining the California Growth and Yield Modeling Cooperative www.cagym.com or contact Christopher Hipkin, Vice Chair at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 654-6310.
Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS)
FVS is available free of charge through the USDA Forest Service http://www.fs.fed.us/fmsc/fvs/software/complete.shtml or contact FVS Technical Support (970) 295-5770.
Stand Projection System (SPS)
SPS is a proprietary forest growth and yield model that may be obtained for a fee at http://www.dendrometrics.com/MBG-Tools.html or contact Steve Fareweather at (503) 224-3445.
Forest Projection and Planning System (FPS)
FPS is a proprietary forest growth and yield model that may be obtained for a fee at http://www.forestbiometrics.com/software/fps/ or contact Richard Zabel at (503) 226-4562.
Forest REsource Inventory, Growth, and Harvest Tracking System (FREIGHTS)
FREIGHTS is a legacy model and is no longer available for downloading.
For questions or comments regarding the U.S. Forest Protocol, contact Barbara Bamberger at (916) 324-2303.