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Sugar Maple

4.9 billion cubic feet
14.7% of Michigan's
wood volume

Quaking Aspen

1.7 billion cubic feet
5.0% of Michigan's
wood volume

Red Maple

4.4 billion cubic feet
13.1% of Michigan's
wood volume

E. White Pine

1.5 billion cubic feet
4.5% of Michigan's
wood volume

N. White Cedar

2.7 billion cubic feet
8.2% of Michigan's
wood volume

Bigtooth Aspen

1.3 billion cubic feet
3.9% of Michigan's
wood volume

Red Pine

2.2 billion cubic feet
6.7% of Michigan's
wood volume

Eastern Hemlock

1.0 billion cubic feet
3.0% of Michigan's
wood volume


N. Red Oak

1.7 billion cubic feet
5.1% of Michigan's
wood volume

Black Cherry

0.9 billion cubic feet
2.7% of Michigan's
wood volume

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source:  U.S. Forest Service Inventory 2011 Data

 


Trees of Michigan timberland listed by volume in cubic feet. 

Sugar Maple
4,895,177,862
  Swamp White Oak
111,184,895
  E. Redcedar
3,370,491
 
Red Maple
4,379,946,940
  Black Walnut
97,924,074
  Mockernut Hickory
3,153,532
 
N. White Cedar
2,716,513,202
  Shagbark Hickory
86,326,937
  Peachleaf Willow
2,610,078
 
Red Pine
2,221,360,167
  Bur Oak
85,789,742
  Scarlet Oak
2,205,939
 
N. Red Oak
1,685,463,710
  Bitternut Hickory
83,646,150
  Red Mulberry
2,015,645
 
Quaking Aspen
1,670,646,268
  Sassafras
69,358,047
  Black Maple
1,725,845
 
E. White Pine
1,499,653,239
  Pignut Hickory
66,076,788
  Sour Cherry
1,675,684
 
Bigtooth Aspen
1,294,335,359
  Boxelder
59,454,559
  N. Catalpa
1,341,488
 
E. Hemlock
1,028,092,655
  Sycamore
57,494,738
  Pitch Pine
1,252,279
 
Black Cherry
898,840,881
  Ironwood
53,014,115
  Chokecherry
1,006,223
 
Am. Basswood
845,526,024
  Yellow Poplar
51,994,815
  Musclewood
973,531
 
White Oak
738,339,573
  Black Willow
49,528,914
  Weeping Willow
969,431
 
Black Oak
705,259,301
  Pin Oak
33,107,944
  Striped Maple
883,365
 
Green Ash
684,737,664
  Norway Spruce
31,311,681
  Fir spp.
879,847
 
Balsam Fir
650,655,684
  Austrian Pine
27,584,895
  Loblolly Pine
852,359
 
Yellow Birch
633,940,640
  Black Locust
26,264,389
  Rock Elm
848,668
 
Paper Birch
633,182,913
  Slippery Elm
25,688,567
  Bebb's Willow
780,706
 
White  Spruce
600,186,619
  Apple
17,243,365
  Common Serviceberry
771,466
 
Silver Maple
586,992,571
  Honeylocust
14,219,832
  Norway Maple
747,819
 
American Beech
546,414,894
  Blackgum
13,906,425
  Larch spp.
693,295
 
White Ash
492,092,525
  Siberian Elm
11,228,402
  Butternut
594,596
 
Black Spruce
478,185,000
  Blue Spruce
8,125,013
  Am. Mountain-ash
567,907
 
Jack Pine
475,198,342
  Willow spp.
6,623,426
  Cockspur Hawthorne
433,387
 
Black Ash
380,788,240
  Chinkapin Oak
6,037,224
  Elm spp.
417,243
 
E. Cottonwood
285,903,787
  Douglas-fir
5,380,957
  Cottonwood/Poplar spp.
359,336
 
Northern Pin Oak
279,900,653
  Hawthorne
4,328,527
  Ailanthus
250,069
 
Tamarack
261,525,553
  Pin Cherry
4,245,516
  European Alder
240,002
 
American Elm
233,862,671
  White Mulberry
4,036,338
  Cherry/Plum spp.
211,588
 
Balsam Poplar
209,474,545
  Hackberry
3,637,600
  Chestnut Oak
145,065
 
Scots Pine
167,830,402
  Serviceberry
3,593,486
  Gray Birch
125,512
 
     Flowering Dogwood
119,140
 
  Ohio Buckeye
87,482
 
  Sweet Crabapple
49,098
 
  Osage-orange
37,737
 
 
 TOTAL
33,330,781,098
 
             

 

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