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Implications of research on lodgepole pine introduction in interior Alaska
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or. (319 S.W. Pine St., P.O. Box 3890)
Written in English
|Statement||John N. Alden|
|Series||Research paper PNW-RP -- 402, Research paper PNW -- 402|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
There are quite a few diseases and pests associated with lodgepole pine, which is perhaps why its rarely planted as a landscape tree. Comdra blister rust kills young pines and causes depressed growth by killing the crowns of Pinus contorta and Pinus ponderosa (Ponderosa pine). Symptoms are 'spindle-shaped' swollen areas or galls on branches. Lodgepole Pine is characterized by its attractive light color, small tight knots and ultra fine grain. These characteristics, and excellent machining qualities, suit it ideally to fine furniture and decorative accents. Another quality characteristic of Lodgepole Pine is its tendency to elegantly age over time.
Lodgepole pine, Pinus contorta Dougl. is the most widely distributed conifer in North America. Cones of northern populations of the interior variety latifolia are highly serotinous and retain vigorous seed for more than 50 years. Average annual cone production is relatively small, but the species is precocious; dominant trees accumulate large quantities of viable seed at an. Oregon's only native two-needle pine, Pinus contorta, commonly called lodgepole pine, is widely distributed across the state in a variety of diverse ecological habitats, from windswept ocean shores to mountaintops. Pinus contorta is named for its gnarled, twisted shape in its seashore habitat or, perhaps, the gentle twist in its paired needles. Three named forms in Oregon have been treated as.
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Get this from a library. Implications of research on lodgepole pine introduction in interior Alaska. [John Norman Alden; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)]. Author: Alden JN, Journal: Research paper PNW - U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.[/09]. Adaptation of lodgepole pine and interior spruce to climate: implications for reforestation in a warming world.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE. Adaptation of lodgepole pine and interior spruce to climate: implications for reforestation in a warming world. Katharina J. Liepe,1Andreas Hamann,1Pia Smets,2Connor R. Fitzpatrick2and Sally N.
by: Cold injury of interior spruce and lodgepole pine populations. Each point on the landscape represents the average expression of all individuals from a given seedlot across all growth chamber environments. Five inserts for sample populations of lodgepole pine Cited by: The species-specific properties and the environmental requirements of lodgepole pine (LP) in both its native environment and as an exotic are reviewed in order to describe the large-scale introduction of this tree to Sweden, where the planted area has reached aboutha during a year by: Kalamalka Research Station Reservoir Rd Vernon, BC 1 2 7 umbia interior to determine the effects of precommercial thinning (spacing) on the future growth and yield of lodgepole pine 1 INTRODUCTION Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.
var. latifolia Engelm.). Abstract. Single-species planting of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia) following clear-cut logging or wildfire has been common throughout interior British Columbia, Canada, but health problems with the species have been documented as it grows beyond the juvenile examined damage and stocking in twenty-seven to year-old lodgepole pine plantations that were Cited by: 6.
The mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae, is a significant pest of lodgepole pine in British Columbia (BC), where it has recently reached an unprecedented outbreak level. Although it is native to western North America, the beetle can now be viewed as a native invasive because for the first time in recorded history it has begun to reproduce in native jack pine stands within the North American boreal forest.
Yield Implications of Site Preparation Treatments for Lodgepole Pine and White Spruce in Northern British Columbia Article (PDF Available) in Forests 1(1) March with Reads. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Carr.) (Nigh b); interior lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.) (Nigh a) and spruce (P. glauca (Moench) Voss, P. engelmannii Parry, and P. glauca x engelmannii) (Nigh b). Growth intercept models are expected to be developed for all commercial species in British Columbia. Introduction. Pathogens can have a major impact on the survival, distribution and fitness of tree species.
The last century has witnessed the virtual elimination of American chestnut, Castanea dentata, from the US (Anagnostakis, ), the wholesale loss of elm species, Ulmus, from Europe and North America (Gibbs, ), and massive destruction of Eucalyptus forest in Australia (Podger Cited by: Despain DG, Dispersal ecology of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.) in its native environment as related to Swedish forestry.
Forest Ecology and Management [Environmental impact analysis of lodgepole pine introduction in Sweden: papers from a workshop held in Ammarnäs, Sweden, March ], (1/2) Forest Lodgepole An American Wood Pine.
United States Department of Agriculture FS This widespread species grows through- out the Western States and Canada from Alaska to Mexico. In the past, the lumber industry ignored the lodgepole pine tree because of its relatively small Si, but to- day the species is an important lumber source in the Northern Rocky Mountain Size: KB.
Guidelines for Spacing of Lodgepole Pine Background: The current large outbreak of mountain pine beetle is unprecedented in the history of the province. This widescale infestation is killing vast areas of mature and overmature lodgepole pine in most areas of the central interior. Estimates.
united states. forest service. pacific northwest region. cochran, p. 15 Implications of research on lodgepole pine introduction in interior Alaska. by Alden, Selected interior Alaska wildfire statistics with long-term comparisons. For simplicity, we will use the term mental health problem or disorder in this introduction – but students should keep in mind the implications of using the term mental illness.
In Chapter 1, Horwitz argues that sociological approaches regard mental health and mental health problems as. The lodgepole pine - or Pinus contorta var. latifolia - is an inland variety of the American shore pine.
Its straight stem was used by Native Americans for the central supporting pole of their lodges or wigwams. The tree was introduced to Britain in and its remarkable tolerance to poor soil helped it quickly win favour as a timber crop in the north of Britain.
Abstract. The mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae, is a significant pest of lodgepole pine in British Columbia (BC), where it has recently reached an unprecedented outbreak gh it is native to western North America, the beetle can now be viewed as a native invasive because for the first time in recorded history it has begun to reproduce in native jack pine stands within.
Senior Lecturer at Harper Adams University, Jim Waterson, explains how to identify Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta). An interpretation of the interaction between lodgepole pine, the mountain pine beetle and its associated blue stain fungi in western Canada L.
Safranyik, D.M. Shrimpton, and H.S. Whitney Excerpt from: Management of Lodgepole Pine Ecosystems Symposium Proceedings,pgs Conference Date: October, Pullman WA USA.Pinus contorta is a serious invasive species of wilding conifer in New Zealand, along with several other western North American pine species.
It is listed on the National Pest Plant Accord and is prohibited from sale, commercial propagation, and : Tracheophytes.FireWorks curriculum featuring ponderosa, lodgepole, and whitebark pine forests.
Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. p. FireWorks is an educational program .