eNTS Magazine September 2011

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eNTS Magazine September 2011

Post by edfrank » Sat Oct 01, 2011 1:40 pm

The September 2011 issue of eNTS Magazine is now available for downloading

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor’s Corner – Why did you choose to join the Native Tree Society? 5
Re: Meeting with an unusual tree/Cathedral State Park, WV by James Robert Smith 6
New picture book on southern Appalachians by Robert Leverett 7
Pleasant valley Wildlife Sanctuary, MA by Robert Leverett 8
Lone Chestnut Tree, CT by Ryan LeClair 9
Poplar Forest Tuliptree climb photos, VA by Will Blozan 10
Re: North Chagrin Reservation: Cumulative Forest Data by Dan Reed 12
Kershner, Oneida, and Brant Pines, MTSF, MA by Robert Leverett 13
Strange thunderstorm in MN and update on previous storms by Lee Frelich 15
Kids These Days: Why Is America's Youth Staying Indoors? by Edward Frank 15
Re: How to Photograph Dragonflies (free eBook!) by Rand Brown 15
Longtime lurker by Chris 16
Re: North Chagrin Reservation, OH: Cumulative Forest Data by Dan Reed 17
Re: North Chagrin Reservation, OH: Cumulative Forest Data by Dan Reed 18
Re: Triangle Method Derivation, Biltmore Sticks, and Clinometers by Don Bertolette 18
#117 and climbing, (MTSF, MA) by Robert Leverett 19
At the Marsh (Video) by Jennifer Dudley 20
Gnarly pine on Stone Mountain by jamesrobertsmith 20
Re: Gnarly pine on Stone Mountain by Brian Beduhnn 20
Re: Gnarly pine on Stone Mountain by James Robert Smith 20
Re: Gnarly pine on Stone Mountain by Jess Riddle 21
Gnarly loblolly pine on Stone Mountain, GA by TN_Tree_Man 21
Re: Gnarly loblolly pine at Assateague National Seashore, VA & MD by Steve Springer 22
Re: "SnowMom of the Pines" by James Parton 23
Pagami Creek Fire, Minnesota by Lee Frelich 23
#2) Re: Pagami Creek Fire, Minnesota by Edward Frank 23
Re: Pagami Creek Fire, Minnesota by Lee Frelich 24
Search for the tallest tree in Singapore by IClimbinc TreeClimbing 25
The tallest tree of the Europe? by Kouta Räsänen 25
Re: The tallest tree of Europe? by Gus GITForestry 25
NTS Tree Measuring Guidelines by Edward Frank 26
Adirondack Adventures, NY by Robert Leverett 27
Re: Adirondack Adventures by Neil Pederson 28
Re: Adirondack Adventures by Robert Leverett 28
Re: Adirondack Adventures by Neil Pederson 30
Re: Adirondack Adventures by Robert Leverett 30
Adirondack Adventures - 2 by Robert Leverett 31
Adirondack Adventures - 3 by Robert Leverett 32
See how fast wildfire spreads - Texas Parks and Wildlife (Video link) by Edward Frank 34
Re: See how fast wildfire spreads - Texas Parks and Wildlife (video link) by Lee Frelich 34
Snowball Mtn. Trail, NC by Brian beduhn 35
Adirondack Adventures: Cathedral Pines by Tom Howard 37
Raquette Lake Red Pines. Hamilton Co., Adirondacks, NY 7/30/2005 by Tom Howard 38
MS Rattlesnakes by Larry Tucei 40
Re: Ms Rattlesnakes by Josh Kelly 40
Re: Ms Rattlesnakes by Larry Tucei 41
Re: Ms Rattlesnakes by Andrew Joslin 41
External Baseline Method (with spreadsheet) by Robert Leverett 41
What Projects Are You Working On? by Robert Leverett 42
Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by RyanLeClair 43
Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by Edward Frank 43
Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by Robert Leverett 45
An Essay in Support of Scattered Postings by Edward Frank 45
Monica's Pine, MA by Robert Leverett 47
Highest Leaf Now 379.46 ft. Another Redwood Breaches 370 ft. by M.W.Taylor 48
Coast Redwood Foliage at Three Different Heights by M. D. Vaden 49
The 7th Annual Forest Summit by Gary Beluzo 49
Mismeasured Trees - Helping out big Don by Robert Leverett 53
Re: Helping out big Don by Edward Frank 53
Old hemlock in Wild River Wilderness by Kirk Johnson 54
A Hemlock Bark Study In Culled Forests Of the Western Adirondacks
[by Albert Abraham Kraus. (1918)] via Edward Frank 54
Re: Kentucky's Daniel Boone National Forest TrekEast - John Davis by Don Bertolette 56
Re: Big Sitka Spruce by M. D. Vaden 57
Apples to Oranges Exemplified by M. D. Vaden 58
Welcome to my neighborhood, VT by Adam.Rosen 58
Texas Drought and Trees by Phillip Erwin (via Edward Frank) 61
Eldorado National Forest in the The Sierra Nevada by Don Bertolette 61
More Bryant Homestead, MA by Robert Leverett 61
Backyard Bounty, MA by Robert Leverett 63
Giant Sequoia Planting, MA --Backyard Bounty by Andrew Joslin 66
Mabon, The Autumnal Equinox by James Parton 68
Oak Tree Identification by Steve Galehouse 68
Bottlebrush buckeye nuts, Ohio by Steve Galehouse 69
Hemlocks Still Abundant Despite Adelgid Infestation by Edward Frank 69
Daniel Boone NF, McCreary County, KY by Jim Scheff 69
#12 Re: measure tree height with a photo? - Big Sitka Spruce, OR by M. D. Vaden 71
Observing wild honey bees in a tree (video) by Andrew Joslin 72
Wangari Maathai is dead at 71 by Edward Frank 72
Notable Urban Forests in Metro Atlanta, Macon, & Savannah by treesrock 73
A Nice Hawthorn, OH by Steve Galehouse 73
Google Labs Ngram of "Old Growth Forest" by Edward Frank 74
Article: Google Books Ngram of the Term “old growth forest” by Edward Frank 74
Re: More Bryant Homestead, MA by Robert Leverett 89
Re: More Bryant Homestead, MA by Robert Leverett 91
Historical Document 1922 - The Preservation of Natural Conditions for Scientific Investigation
and Study by John W. Harshberger ( via Edward Frank) 92
New 2011 big trees of Pa is available for $15 by Edward Frank 92
External Links 93
About: eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society 95


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Re: September 2011 Issue of eNTS Magazine now available

Post by dbhguru » Sat Oct 01, 2011 5:25 pm

Ed,

Another splendid job of assembling our articles together into a coherent whole. We all thank you. You da man. But, dang, we've got to get a better front page model. The fellow on the cover just doesn't hack it. He's going to drive our customers away. Who is that dude?

Bob
Robert T. Leverett
Co-founder, Native Native Tree Society
Co-founder and President
Friends of Mohawk Trail State Forest
Co-founder, National Cadre

Joe

Re: September 2011 Issue of eNTS Magazine now available

Post by Joe » Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:10 am

dbhguru wrote:Ed,

Another splendid job of assembling our articles together into a coherent whole. We all thank you. You da man. But, dang, we've got to get a better front page model. The fellow on the cover just doesn't hack it. He's going to drive our customers away. Who is that dude?

Bob
he's the world's most fanatic tree hugger and measurer and proud of it!
Joe

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