National Individual Tree Species Atlas

Author: Agriculture Dept. Forest Service Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1544703422
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This reference volume covers each tree species in the United States and precisely where each species is likely to grow or not grow. This illustrated work will benefit silviculturists, foresters, geneticists, researchers, botanists, wildlife habitat biologists, landscape ecologists—essentially anyone involved in natural resources management, monitoring impacts of climate change, or visiting America's forests and landscapes.

National Individual Tree Species Atlas

Author: James R. Ellenwood
Publisher: Forest Service
ISBN: 0160928532
Size: 76.54 MB
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This reference volume covers each tree species in the United States and precisely where each species is likely to grow and not grow. This illustrated work will benefit silviculturists, foresters, geneticists, researchers, botanists, wildlife habitat biologists, landscape ecologists-essentially anyone involved in natural resources management, monitoring impacts of climate change or visiting America's forests and landscapes. Table of Contents National Individual Tree Species Atlas v Dedication and Acknowledgements iii List of Maps Conifers vi List of Maps Hardwoods v ii Preface ix Introduction Mapped Atlas Methods Overlays Map Preparation Modeled Atlas Methods Predictor Layers United States Geological Survey Map Zone Climate Terrain Soils Imagery Ground Data Individual Species Modeling Validation Application of the Maps Color Scheme Model Fit Leaves Other Data Specific Notes Changes to species classifications Notable differences in range Species observed Species notes Feedback Conifers Hardwoods Appendices Appendix A (Predictor Layers) Appendix B (Species Metadata) Appendix C (Indices) Appendix D (Photo Credits) References

National Individual Tree Species Atlas

Author: Agriculture Dept. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team
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ISBN: 9781544703428
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This reference volume covers each tree species in the United States and precisely where each species is likely to grow or not grow.

The Lure Of The Forest

Author: Victor W Geraci
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9781593514303
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Context and compilation by Victor Geraci, project editor. Contains the stories of Region Five (California National Forests) retirees. Reflects how these past employees of the Forest Service remembered their service to the forests.

Timber Management Field Book

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Publisher: Forest Service
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The Timber Management Field Book has been in use since the late 1960's and is a popular field tool for foresters to accomplish field work.

Timber Management Field Book

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Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160814013
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The Timber Management Field Book has been in use since the late 1960's and is a popular field tool for foresters to accomplish field work.

Forest Inventory And Analysis Fiscal Year 2015 Business Report

Author: J. T. Vogt
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160934513
Size: 39.93 MB
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This annual Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) Fiscal Year 2015 business report (#18) will tell you, the taxpayers, partners, and clients what the program has accomplished with the financial resources provided and what the program will ...

Why Would Anyone Cut A Tree Down

Author: Roberta Burzynski
Publisher: Forest Service
ISBN: 9780160916267
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This delightful book shows children the life cycle of trees, showing that trees are a renewable resource as their seeds can be planted to make new trees grow.

The Conservation Atlas Of Tropical Forests

Author: N.Mark Collins
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349120308
Size: 54.52 MB
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Individual trees may reach 60 m in height and exceed 80 cm in diameter. ... It has
been estimated that there are at least 3000 species of trees in this formation, 890
of which reach exploitable sizes ... The 1977 Malaysia National Forest Policy
emphasises that each state should keep 47 percent of its land as forest reserves
for ...

An Atlas Of The World S Conifers

Author: Aljos Farjon
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004211810
Size: 73.52 MB
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The three species of map NA-15 are the 'foxtail pines' so called because the 5-
needle fascicles are long retained on the branches, giving the appearance of
bushy tails. They are more famous for their longevity, with the record age for a
single individual tree (not a clone) held by a live ... The southern population
occurs in the Sierra Nevada, mainly within Kings Canyon and Sequoia National
Parks but with ...