What's a TLP?
From: Paul Hawksford <email@example.com>
To: UK Tree Care <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, 27 Apr 2012 19:07
Subject: RE: BS5837; TCP and Category C.
Tree Location Plan; crikey was that from the 1991 version? No; can't see it.
Dunno where I got that from then, I thought it was in common usage. Perhaps I
picked it up off Dave Dowson. That said I caused my copy of Mickeysoft WORD
to crash by clogging up the autotext folder with too many shortcuts, most of
which I'd completely forgotten I'd made.
Zs? Clearly I'm going to have to read it.
I think the Excel thing totalled the actual areas after measuring the new
idea is just the square root of the total squares of the diameters, then
divided by the number of stems and then used as a basis for Pi r squared. I
dunno if that comes out the same. You'll have to try it and see. Shouldn't be
too hard to cannabalise the spread sheet, although whoever did it is far
better at Excel than I am
It does say for more than 5 stems you should take the mean diameter and
multiply that by the number of stems, which sounds like a licence to guess to
me. Not that I'd ever adopt such a cavalier approach, my goodness me no.
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