Was the 172' tree the Sand Run tulip?
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- Mon Apr 24, 2017 2:39 pm
- Forum: Ohio
- Topic: North Chagrin Reservation: Cumulative Forest Data
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- Wed Dec 14, 2016 5:52 pm
- Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
- Topic: What kind of red oak?
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Stefan- There are a number of oaks resembling your photos in the woods north of 303 and west of Olde 8, between Happy Days Lodge and Camp Ledgewood. I've been trying for years to figure out what they are; I've finally settled on a black/shingle cross. unknownoak4.jpg unknownoak6.jpg unknownoak10.jpg...
Stefan thanks, I'll check out the area. There are several sites near this one with tall tree; here are the tile numbers and the tallest lidar hit per tile:
NTS- Today I measured an oak in Valley City, Medina County to assist Ohio's big tree coordinator, Alistair Reynolds. The tree was reported to him several years ago to be 80' in height with a CBH of 241'' and a spread of 132'. The dimensions I got were 243'' CBH, 82.1' in height, and an average sprea...
- Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:29 pm
- Forum: Ohio
- Topic: Everett Woods-154.5' sycamore, Ohio ht. record
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Stefan, NTS- What's the point of even using Lidar data if it's so wildly inaccurate in determining tree heights? This is the first time you've questioned it's accuracy. You've cited numerous examples over the years on how accurate Lidar data is in comparison to actual rangefinder/ climometer reading...
NTS, Rand-Rand wrote:That looks like a young vigorously growing tree that is going to get a lot taller in the coming decades
Unlike myself, I've shrunk by 4'' in the past two or three decades. Oh, well.