eNTS Magazine November 2011

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eNTS Magazine November 2011

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eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society
Volume 1, Number 11, November 2011

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eNTS Novemeber 2011 18 MB http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... er2011.pdf

Broken into Four Parts:
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 011_01.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 011_02.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 011_03.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 011_04.pdf


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Changes and Growth - Editor's Corner by Edward Frank 5
Hello from Ottawa, ONT by Owen Clarkin 6
Re: External Baseline Method by Robert Leverett 8
Re: External Baseline Method by Robert Leverett 9
Re: Whirlwind Trip to Great Smokies by Elijah Whitcomb 9
Re: Whirlwind Trip to Great Smokies by James Robert Smith 10
Re: Whirlwind Trip to Great Smokies by Rand Brown 10
Re: Whirlwind Trip to Great Smokies by James Robert Smith 11
Blue Earth Rest Area, MN by Elijah Whitcomb 11
Rocky River floodplain, OH forest additions by Steve Galehouse 13
New Tallest Hardwood Species For California by M.W.Taylor 14
Passage from William Bartram--"Forest of Gigantic Oaks" by samson'sseed 14
Re: Lord's Hill by Adam Rosen 15
Northeast Ohio finds by Steve Galehouse 15
Re: Northeast Ohio finds by Steve Galehouse 16
Re: Northeast Ohio finds by Rand Brown 19
A new way of computing diameters by Robert Leverett 23
Re: Eldorado National Forest in the The Sierra Nevada by M.W.Taylor 24
Central Park Aftermath of Storm Video by Jenny Dudley 26
Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 27
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 29
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 33
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 34
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 35
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 38
Plans to re-measuring the Longfellow Pine, PA by Robert Lerverett 40
South Mountains, NC Again! by James Robert Smith 41
South Mountains, NC Again! by James Robert Smith 44
Monster Pines of the Central Sierra by M.W.Taylor 45
Nature's Halloween Tricks, CT by Sam Goodwin 48
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 51
Re: Manchuria, aka northeast China by Neil Pederson 53
Science Nation - Lord of the Tree Rings Video (David Stahle) 56
Atlanta city Rucker Height Index - November 2011 by Eli Dickerson 56
The tallest linden of Europe by Kouta Räsänen 57
Huge sassafras tree, NC by Carroll Dixon 58
Re: huge sassafras tree, NC by Ed Frank 58
The ENTS method and Longwood Gardens by Scott Wade 59
More KMD state forest, MA by Joh Eicholz 60
Yellow-cedar by Marshall D. Murray 62
500 Exceptional Trees of Ukraine by Ed Frank 62
Re: North Syracuse Cemetery Oak Grove 11/13/2011 by Tom Howard 63
Confusing red oak family tree ID by AndrewJoslin 64
Re: Confusing red oak family tree ID by Steve Springer 65
Re: Confusing red oak family tree ID by Doug Bidlack 65
Re: Confusing red oak family tree ID by Steve Galehouse 66
New 150ft+ hardwood species for California ? by M.W.Taylor 67
Obscure pop cultural reference to tree-rings by Ed Frank 67
Re: Obscure pop cultural reference to tree-rings by Rand Brown 67
Savage Gulf State Park Hemlock Preservation by Will Blozan 68
Re: Savage Gulf State Park Hemlock Preservation by Neil Pederson 73
Washington Grove City Park by Adam Rosen 73
Re: Washington Grove City Park by Elijah Whitcomb 73
Re: Washington Grove City Park by Adam Rosen 73
Re: Washington Grove City Park by Tom Howard 74

The Treaty Oak, Jacksonville, FL by Duane Hook 75
Re: Monster Pines of the Central Sierra by M.W.Taylor 76
Re: Monster Pines of the Central Sierra by Robert Leverett 78
Re: Monster Pines of the Central Sierra by M. W. Taylor 78
Calibrating the Rifle Scope Used with the Impulse 200LR by M.W.Taylor 79
Sheffield Black Cherry, PA by Dale Luthringer 80
Military Bases Provide Unlikely Refuge for South’s Longleaf by Joe Zorzin 83
Re: Military Bases Provide Unlikely Refuge
for South’s Longleaf by Rand Brown 83
European Records in Finland by Kouta Räsänen 84
Re: A new way of computing diameters by M.W.Taylor 88
Re: A new way of computing diameters by Robert Leverett 88
New 170ft class pine at Cook Forest by Dale Luthringer 88
Re: new 170ft class pine at Cook Forest by Elijah Whitcomb 89
Old Elderberr, Netherlands by Arie Pieters 90
Big Tree Oele, Netherlands by Arie Pieters 90
Native yellow berried Cornus florida by Tim At Nichols Nursery 91
A new area of Monroe SF, MA by Robert Leverett 91
East Branch stroll… OH by Steve Galehouse 95
Tree-ing and outreach by Chris Morris 97
Re: Tree-ing and outreach by Ed Frank 98
Re: Tree-ing and outreach by Robert Leverett 99
Re: Tree-ing and outreach by Chris Morris 100
Re: Tree-ing and outreach by Robert Leverett 101
Re: Tree-ing and outreach by Edward Frank 101
Re: Tree-ing and outreach by Steve Galehouse 101
Giant Tuliptree, Hammonton, NJ by Barry Caselli 102
Lake Ontario - St. Lawrence Lowlands Tree Survey (Tom Howard) 102
November Quote from Sand County... by Jenny Dudley 104
Is This A Red Hickory? by George Fieo 105
Raising the mission, MTSF by Robert Leverett 106
Nikon Prostaff 440’s for sale by Dale Luthringer 107
Lynn Margulis Passed Away Nov 22, 2011 107
Re: Lynn Margulis Passed away Nov 22, 2011 by Ed Frank 108
Wooden Grave Markers, NJ by Ed Frank 108
Re: Wooden Grave Markers, NJ by Barry Caselli 109
Inspirational Tree by RyanLeClair 109
Jagermeister by M. D. Vaden 110
Dozens of large & old trees removed at Batsto by Barry Caselli 110
Re: Monster Pines of the Central Sierra by M.W.Taylor 111
Ohiopyle State Park by S. J. Halow 111
Three New Hardwood World Records Verified In California by M.W.Taylor 114
Simple area determination by Robert Leverett 114
Re: Simple area determination by Joe Zorzin 115
Christmas greetings by Fred Paillet 116
Greensboro Watershed and Adjoining Parks,NC by Brian Beduhn 117
Canada's Mossiest Maple Rainforest by Ancient Forest Alliance 117
Vote for photo of Hearts Content old-growth by kirk Johnson 118
From the The Alnwick Mercury in NE England (1881) by Rob McBride 118
Voynich Manuscript 119
Negus Mountain, MA by Robert Leverett 120
External Links 122
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Re: eNTS Magazine November 2011

Post by dbhguru » Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:53 pm

Ed,

I responded somewhere else on the latest edition of the eNTS magazine, but wanted to post again here. As I went through the latest edition, my mouth was agape. I kept asking myself: Is it possible that we did all this? What is so amazing about this publication is that it not only represents one heck of a group effort, but it reflects a very high level of expertise, and the results are understandable to the general public (except perhaps the Dendromorphometry stuff). I will be very surprised if more and more people don't discover this exceptional publication and find themselves joining NTS.

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

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