The Black Hills Old Growth Forest References

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The Black Hills Old Growth Forest References

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The Black Hills Forest Reserve (1899)
Author: Henry Solon Graves

Publisher: Govt. print off.
Year: 1899
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
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Book from the collections of: Harvard University
Collection: americana
Notes: Extract from the 19th annual report of the U.S. Geological survey, 1897-98, pt. v.
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http://ia600300.us.archive.org/24/items ... avgoog.pdf
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Mount Rushmore National Memorial - Old Growth Pine

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The Extent and Significance of Old-growth Ponderosa Pine Forest
at Mount Rushmore National Memorial
November 5, 2005
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http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/ ... report.pdf

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Early settlement forest structure in Black Hills ponderosa p

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Early settlement forest structure in Black
Hills ponderosa pine forests
Peter M. Brown a,*, Blaine Cook

Forest Ecology and Management 223 (2006) 284–290

http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs_other/rmrs ... n_p001.pdf

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CLIMATE EFFECTS ON FIRE REGIMES AND TREE RECRUITMENT IN BLAC

Post by edfrank » Fri Sep 23, 2011 4:18 pm

Ecology, 87(10), 2006, pp. 2500–2510
2006 by the Ecological Society of America
CLIMATE EFFECTS ON FIRE REGIMES AND TREE RECRUITMENT
IN BLACK HILLS PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS
PETER M. BROWN

http://www.rmtrr.org/data/Brown_2006_Ec ... 0-2510.pdf

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THE BLACK HILLS NATIONAL FOREST IN 1874 AND 1994…

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THE BLACK HILLS NATIONAL FOREST IN 1874 AND 1994…

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