ponderosa pine


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ponderosa pine

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Red oak samples generally experienced the largest uptakes for a given moisture condition/treatment process followed by ponderosa pine.
Alternatively, if climatic change produced more severe drought conditions, it could increase the mortality of ponderosa pine at higher elevations (Allen and Breshears, 1998).
An average of encounter rate between years was used to assess the relationship between encounter rate and ponderosa pine density.
Ponderosa pine kiln dried with high-temperature schedules has been shown to be highly susceptible to brown staining.
An individual squirrel usually clips 10-1,000 twigs from a single ponderosa pine although >1,200 clippings have been documented (J.
Thus, information on roost characteristics used by woodpeckers in burned ponderosa pine forests may help managers make guided decisions to conserve these important primary cavity-nesting species.
This book profiles 25 botanical specimens collected by the duo, including Osage orange, snowberry, camas, bearberry, and ponderosa pine.
Collins' land is now covered in dense stands of Ponderosa pine, with shade-tolerant white fir struggling for space in the canopy.
The cabin was in a forest at the end of a dirt road, and from his front door he could see the ponderosa pine trees and larches, hundreds of feet high, and it was good.
was sold in March consistent with a raw material procurement strategy designed to minimize dependence on western ponderosa pine.