eastern hemlock


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eastern hemlock

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Nicknamed "the redwood of the East," the eastern hemlock is a towering conifer prized for its ornamental value.
An Eastern Hemlock tree is also called love tree, as it is best known for its longevity with a lifespan of 800 years.
Curiously, the scientists could produce hybrids of Carolina hemlock but not of eastern hemlock.
of the great tragedies of our generation is the death of the Eastern Hemlock, and many private and public land tracts are now covered in dead and dying hemlocks.
Bob leaves us, and it's as if a massive force of energy has been sucked up with a swoosh, creating a palpable loss, like the disappearance of the Eastern hemlock or an animal gone extinct.
Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is a long-lived, shade tolerant tree species that sometimes occurs in pure stands on lower slopes and stream valleys of Appalachian forests in eastern North America.
Data used in this study were collected from 1968 to 1971 as part of a larger study conducted to develop eastern hemlock tree and log grades for estimating lumber grade yields.
Currently, the largest remnants of eastern hemlock in the world, which are presently confined to about 35,399 ha in the southern Appalachians, are in danger of being lost.
Striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum), eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), balsam fir (Abies balsamea), and red maple (Acer rubrum) comprised a combined 74 and 56% of the browse dry weight consumed and available, respectively.
Eastern hemlock, for example, once collapsed across eastern North America but then returned to its previous levels of abundance.
Dendroclimatological techniques were applied to eastern hemlock growing in Hocking County, OH to determine the relationship between radial growth and climate.
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