eNTS Magazine May 2012

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eNTS Magazine May 2012

Post by edfrank » Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:51 am

eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society, Volume 2, Number 5, May 2012

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor’s Corner By Edward Frank 6
Re: Cook Forest, PA April 18-19 by Sheri Shannon 7
Cook Forest, PA April 18-19, 2012 - Videos by Edward Frank 8
Video: Dendromorphometry (Robert Leverett) by Edward Frank 8
Video: Dendromorphometry: Methods & Materials (Luthringer and Leverett) by Edward Frank 8
Video: Longfellow Pine Hike, Cook Forest State Park, PA (Luthringer and Leverett) by Edward Frank 9
Video: The Old-Growth Forest Network: America's Next Idea (Joan Maloof) by Edward Frank 9
Video: Noteworthy Old Growth Forests of Western Pennsylvania (Dale Luthringer) by Edward Frank 9
Video: 'American Forests Big Tree Program'(Sheri Shannon) by Edward Frank 10
Silver Maple and Red Oak soundscapes by Michael Gatonska 10
Re: Silver Maple and Red Oak soundscapes by Michael Gatonska 11
The true size of Africa by Edward Frank 11
Spring equipment tests by Robert Leverett 12
Re: In search of the Boogerman Pine and the Sag Branch Tulip, GSMNP by Patrick Brandt 13
Native Tree Society Interest Groups by Edward Frank 13
Handful of Heavyweight Trees Per Acre Are Forest Champs by Edward Frank 16
Re: Handful of Heavyweight Trees Per Acre Are Forest Champs by Don Bertolette 17
Re: Handful of Heavyweight Trees Per Acre Are Forest Champs by Bart Bouricius 17
Re: Handful of Heavyweight Trees Per Acre Are Forest Champs by Rand Brown 17
Re: Elwha River Dam Removals begins by Rand Brown 18
Re: Elwha River Dam Removals begins by Kirk Johnson 18
Yep, another one, MTSF, MA by Robert Leverett 19
It's the baseline, stupid by Robert Leverett 20
Biltmore Estate Trees, NC by Brian Beduhn 22
Big Ms Southern Magnolia by Larry Tucei 24
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY by Tom Howard 25
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY by Larry Champoux 27
Random Comments by Don Bertolette 27
Single trunk vs. Multitrunk Revisited by Edward Frank 28
Re: Single trunk vs. Multitrunk Revisited by Don Bertolette 31
Re: Single trunk vs. Multitrunk Revisited by Edward Frank 31
Church Forest Documentary - Preview by Edward Frank 32
Re: Church Forest Documentary - Preview by Joe Zorzin 32
Re: Church Forest Documentary - Preview by Bart Bouricius 32
Re: Entering Trees Into Our Database by Robert Leverett 33
Re: Entering Trees Into Our Database by Matt Smillie 33
Please take a look at this treetop by Robert Leverett 34
Re: Tree Haiku by Jenny Dudley 34
Random Comments by Joe Zorzin 34
Visuals and calculations by Robert Leverett 35
Mallard attacked by dog in Central Park by Jenny Dudley 36
Warbler on Fallen Tree Trunk by Jenny Dudley 37
Baron Wormser's Book by RyanLeClair 37
Reflecting on Ed Abbey & Desert Solitaire…by Lloyd Pierson by Edward Frank 37
Re: Edward Abbey Interview - 1982 by Robert Leverett 38
Re: Trees Tell the Story of 500 Years of NYC Drought History by Neil Pederson 38
Unexpected formula by Robert Leverett 39
Re: Unexpected formula by Edward Frank 40
Re: Unexpected formula by Robert Leverett 41
Tree Top Offset Project by Robert Leverett 41
Re: Tree Top Offset Project by Edward Frank 42
Bear attack! (On my Doug-fir tree?!?!) by Kirk Johnson 42
Re: Keeping Things Quiet In The National Parks by James Robert Smith 45
Re: Keeping Things Quiet In The National Parks by Don Bertolette 45
Trees Tell the Story of 500 Years of NYC Drought History by Neil Pederson 46
Deathly Tree Limb Collapses in NYC by Jenny Dudley 46
Re: Why Do We Need This Degree of Accuracy? by Robert Leverett 47
Re: Why Do We Need This Degree of Accuracy? by Joe Zorzin 47
The Interrupted Forest (Maine) by Jenny Dudley 48
Re: Sulfur Finding May Hold Key to Gaia Theory of Earth as Living Organism by Bart Bouricius 48
Point au Roche, NY by Robert Leverett 49
Big Kentucky Coffeetree, WV by Turner Sharp 51
Tall oaks in the "Forêt de Bercé near Le Mans by Jeroen Philippona 52
~4.7 feet in diameter Sand Laurel Oak by samson'sseed 58
How do you know a tree limb is about the fall? by Jenny Dudley 59
Re: How do you know a tree limb is about the fall? by Don Bertolette 59
Re: The Interrupted Forest (Maine) by Jenny Dudley 60
Re: Keeping Things Quiet In The National Parks by Michael Gatonska 60
Picea abies by Michael Gatonska 60
Re: Picea abies & Caruelis tristis by Michael Gatonska 61
More Lake Champlain, NY by Robert Leverett 61
Re: More Lake Champlain by Robert Leverett 63
"My" City Tree by Jenny Dudley 64
Willard Memorial Chapel by Elijah Whitcomb 66
Re: [Video] Fstoppers: Tree Spirit Project, [NON] Nudes In Nature by M. D. Vaden 67
"The Great Animal Orchestra" by Patty Jenkins 68
Three Big Tuliptrees in Baltimore by Mick Ricereto 70
Ancient trees: Andalusia, Spain by Jeroen Philippona 70
Nature Abounds Forest Summit - Ed Frank by Edward Frank 71
Tree Height measurement Explanations by Edward Frank 72
Re: Tree Height measurement Explanations by Kouta Rasanen 74
Re: Tree Height measurement Explanations by Robert Leverett 74
Sire oak major limbs broke off!! by Marcas Houtchings 76
Do you have law also for Grand or Trophy Trees? by Marcas Houtchings 77
Re: European beech forests by Anthony Croft 78
Re: European beech forests by Anthony Croft 79
Re: New disease could wipe out English oak by Anthony Croft 79
Flying Redwood Albino? by Mark Collins 80
Re: Flying Redwood Albino? by Edward Frank 81
Atlanta Champion Tree list- 2012 by Eli Dickerson 81
Re: Tree Top Offset Project by Robert Leverett 84
North Bend State Park, WV by Turner Sharp 85
Re: North Bend State Park, WV by Turner Sharp 87
More Records from Cheraw State Park, SC by Tyler Philips 88
New area of Monroe SF, MA by Robert Leverett 92
Re: New area of Monroe SF, MA by Edward Frank 94
Re: New area of Monroe SF, MA by Robert Leverett 95
Re: More Records from Cheraw State Park, SC by Tyler Philips 95
"Seeing Trees" Book by Jenny Dudley 96
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY by Elijah Whitcomb 96
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY by Tom Howard 98
Canada Geese & Goslings by Jenny Duley 98
A bit of a mystery hickory by Will Blozan 99
The Elusive James Parton by James Parton 101
Old Growth on private land.... Does anyone here have it? by Rex Karr 101
Fork Ridge Tuliptree intact after tornadic winds by Will Blozan 101
Champion Lodgepole Pine, CA by Ryan LeClair 102
Richfield, Ohio location by David Robyn 102
Mick Jett, a novelist by Mick Jett 103
Re: Three Big Tuliptrees in Baltimore by Mick Ricereto 104
From the Archives (2010): Norway spruces in Buckland by John Eicholz 105
Re: Norway spruces in Buckland by John Eicholz 106
Re: Norway spruces in Buckland by John Eicholz 106
Re: Charter Oak near Buckland, MA by John Eicholz 110
"How Can I Tell if My Woods are Old Growth?" by Joe Zorzin 110
Re: "How Can I Tell if My Woods are Old Growth?" by Robert Leverett 111
More Big Tuliptrees in Baltimore: Leakin Park, MD by Mick Ricereto 112
Surfing tangent-based calculations by Robert Leverett 116
Re: Old Growth on private land.... Does anyone here have it? by Ranger Dan 118
Urban Tree to Wood Bike by Edward Frank 119
18th Century Ship Building by Edward Frank 119
Is this American chestnut? by James Robert Smith 120
Re: Is this American chestnut? by Rand Brown 120
Check this out - Multiple tops in a Sycamore by Robert Leverett 122
Re: Check this out by Robert Leverett 124
Re: Check this out by Robert Leverett 124
A Mostly Tree Day, NYC, NY by Jenny Dudley 124
Large Pines, CT by Jeff Knox 126
Re: A bit of a mystery hickory by James Parton 126
Corot's Trees by Jenny Dudley 127
Re: Richfield, Ohio location by Steve Galehouse 128
External Links 129
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Re: eNTS Magazine May 2012

Post by dbhguru » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:47 pm

NTS,

Good grief, were we ever productive in May. Thanks to all.

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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