3 edition of Aerial seeding sitka spruce and western hemlock on a cutover area in southeast Alaska found in the catalog.
Aerial seeding sitka spruce and western hemlock on a cutover area in southeast Alaska
A. S. Harris
|Series||Research note NOR -- 10., Research Note NOR -- 10., U.S. Forest Service research note NOR -- 10.|
|Contributions||Northern Forest Experiment Station (Juneau, Alaska)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. :|
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Southeast Alaska Hopes Timber Will Help Lure New Industries; Area Includes Million Acre Tongass National Forest of Hemlock and Spruce By Lawrence E. Daviesspecial To the New York Times . Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations.
The original data, plus some additional data for interior spruce, were re-analyzed to incorporate new techniques into the models. The resulting models for Sitka spruce are more precise than the original models, although the revised models for western hemlock and interior spruce are slightly less precise. By and large, most Alaskans pay little attention to spruce trees. They grow everywhere, so we tend to tune them out in favor of colorful deciduous .
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In western hemlock–Sitka spruce forests in southeast Alaska. By leaving spruce seed-trees, disturbing soil judiciously, planning entries to regulate overstory density to promote seedling establishment, and possibly planting spruce seedlings where the seed source is poor, we believe sizable new cohorts of Cited by: 1.
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in the western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.) – Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carrière) forests of southeast Alaska since the establishment of large-scale tim-ber operations in the early s (Harris and Farr ). Lit-tle is known about forest management practices in this region, other than even-aged silvicultural.
YIELD OF SECOND-GROWTH HEMLOCK-SPRUCE STANDS Ö GROWTH DIFFERENCES OF SPRUCE AND HEMLOCK Western hemlock does not attain the total height of Sitka spruce at maturity. In the young fast-growing stand, however, the pro- portion of hemlock actually has little influence on the average height of dominants.
The principal tree species in the region are western hemlock—57 percent by volume in mature forests—and Sitka spruce—37 percent. Western red cedar, found only south of Frederick Sound, and Alaska cedar, which occurs throughout the area, together total four percent of the total forest volume (Harris and Farr ).
Alaska on old -growth Sitka spruce (Pi have been done in the Pacific Northwest cea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.) (3,6,12,14) for western hemlock (4,8). No existing and western hemlock (Tsuga heterophyla studies exist that relate lumber recovery (Raf.) Sarg.) (3,5,6,20) have become out- and grade yield to individual tree char.
Understory vegetation undergoes successional stages during the 1st yr after logging or fire disturbance in the coastal Picea—Tsuga forests of southeast Alaska. Residual shrubs and tree seedlings increase their growth within 5 yr after overstory removal.
Understory biomass peaks at 5 Mg°ha — 1 °yr — 1 °15—25 yr after logging Cited by: Volume tables for hemlock and sitka spruce on the Chugach National Forest, Alaska / Related Titles.
Series: U.S. Forest Service research note NOR ; 4. Haack, Paul M. Northern Forest Experiment Station (Juneau, Alaska) Type. Book. Material. Southeast Alaska is a temperate rainforest region and part of the hemlock–spruce forest type that occupies a narrow km long band along the Pacif ic Coast from Coos Bay, Oregon, to Prince.
Developing silvicultural systems based on partial cutting in western hemlock-Sitka spruce stands of southeast Alaska Article (PDF Available) in Forestry 75(4) April with 38 Reads. The effects of partial cutting on species composition, new and residual-tree cohorts, tree size distribution, and tree growth was evaluated on 73 plots in 18 stands throughout southeast Alaska.
These partially cut stands were harvested years ago, when % of the former stand basal area was removed.
Partial cutting maintained stand structures similar to uncut old-growth stands, and the. File FL - Specific gravity of Western Hemlock and Sitka Spruce in Southeast Alaska. Arctic Institute of North America collection; Office of Naval Research; Specific gravity of Western Hemlock and Sitka Spruce in Southeast Alaska.
Throughout southeast Alaska, Prince William Sound, Kodiak Island, Kenai Peninsula, and up the northern edge of the range extends just north of Girdwood, you can find Sitka spruce. This is the primary timber tree in Alaska because of its size and for the fact that it produces high-grade lumber for many uses.
Site index and height growth curves for unmanaged even-aged stands of western hemlock and sitka spruce in southeast Alaska by Farr, Wilbur A. cn; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) cn. PIG, 1.—Dense young-growth Sitka spruce-western hemlock stand that seeded in following fire.
Reproduction in understory is pure hemlock. 34 PROCEEDINGS spruce or hemlock and becomes the dominant tree. Silvicultural Practices Clearcutting, with reliance on natu-ral seeding from adjacent timber bor-ders or blocks, is the most commonlyFile Size: 6MB.
each and good hemlock seeds weighed gram each. Garman studied seed production in stands of Douglas-fir, hemlock, and cedar on Vancouver Island and found hemlock to be much more prolific than its associates. 2j A recent 4-year study of seed fall in the spruce-hemlock type on the Oregon coast has provided much additional information.
The study. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Comparison of Sitka Japonski and Sitka Magnetic suggests that on annual mean temperature Sitka Japonski was fairly consistently warmer by around 2 degrees F prior towith a range of degrees to degrees difference.
Since the temperature difference has been closer to degrees, with extremes of degrees and degrees. Of course Alaska Specialty Woods is known for utilizing Sitka Spruce to help craft the best sounding musical instruments with an emphasis on guitars.
There are other uses for its wood, too. Sitka Spruce is the primary timber tree in Alaska. If you were to visit the old growth forests of southeast Alaska, you’re likely to find Sitka Spruce. View top-quality stock photos of Fog Lifts Out Of A Stand Of Coniferous Western Hemlock And Sitka Spruce Trees Near Petersburg Alaska.
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In this photo provided by the U.S. Forest Service in Juneau, yellow cedar trees are shown in the West Chichagof–Yakobi Wilderness, north .Overview of Southeast Alaska Southeast Alaska is a narrow strip of coastline and offshore islands next to the province of British Columbia, sometimes referred to as the Alaska local residents it is known simply as "Southeast." The region south of Glacier Bay consists of thousands of islands of various sizes which are collectively known as the Alexander Archipelago.