The linear diameterheight relationshipThe linear diameterheight relationship is the same for all life history stages, but each stage can use a different set of parameter values. ParametersParameter name  Description 

Maximum Tree Height, in meters  The maximum tree height for a species, in meters. No tree, no matter what allometric function it uses, is allowed to get taller than this. Used by all species.  Adult Linear Function Intercept  The intercept of the adult linear function for DBH and height.  Adult Linear Function Slope  The slope of the adult linear function for DBH and height.  Sapling Linear Function Intercept  The intercept of the sapling linear function for DBH and height.  Sapling Linear Function Slope  The intercept of the sapling linear function for DBH and height.  Seedling Linear Function Intercept  The intercept of the seedling linear function for DBH and height.  Seedling Linear Function Slope  The slope of the seedling linear function for DBH and height. 
The linear diam  height function is: height = a + b * diamwhere:  height is tree height, in m
 a is the appropriate linear intercept parameter (either Adult Linear Function Intercept, Sapling Linear Function Intercept, or Seedling Linear Function Intercept)
 b is the appropriate linear slope parameter (either Adult Linear Function Slope, Sapling Linear Function Slope, or Seedling Linear Function Slope)
 diam is DBH (in cm) for saplings and adults, or diam_{10} (in cm) for seedlings
