Odds and Ends
2 12, 2:40am
"*An acre is one chain by one furlong for you metric people out there" That absolutely doesn't help at all XD Furlongs? Chains? :P
15 trees per 4047 square meters... do you even call that a forest I wonder. It sounds more like a meadow with the occasional tree.
Our forest industry seems to think that for a mature managed forest(pine) there'd be about a tree every 20 square meters, so about 200 trees per acre, thous would vary of course depending on what type of trees your forest have obviously, but I'm assuming coniferous here since they're typically the ones that go up like dry tinders.