Evaluating a dimensionally compatible height growth modelling approach
McDill and Amateis (1992)developed a dimensionally com- patible height growth model which may be applied as either a base- age specific or a base-age invariant site index model. Its relative performance was compared with four published site index mod- els on three stem analysis data sets from Ontario and the Northwest Territories of Canada. Results indicated that the modified McDill and Amateis 919920 model performed as well as, if not better than, the other models.
Wang, Yong He and Payandeh, B., "Evaluating a dimensionally compatible height growth modelling approach" (1996). Aspen Bibliography. Paper 1628.