eNTS Magazine June 2012

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eNTS Magazine June 2012

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eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society, Volume 2, Number 6, June 2012

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Evolving Strategies: Guest Editor’s Corner by Robert Leverett 6
Sumatran Tiger nearly extinct by Ryan LeClair 8
Tree Top Time Lapse (2 months) by Duane Hook 8
Re: Tree Top Time Lapse (2 months) by Duane Hook 8
Urban/Suburban Tree Density Reveals Inequality by Jenny Dudley 9
African Private Game Preserves by Elijah Whitcomb 9
Burlington, MA Sycamore by Joe Zorzin 10
Surfing sine-based calcualtions by Robert Leverett 10
Re: A bit of a mystery hickory by Will Blozan 11
Tallest Known Sugar Pine Confirmed By Ascending The Giants by M.W.Taylor 12
Re: Tallest Known Sugar Pine Confirmed By Ascending The Giants by M.W.Taylor 14
Fungi and European beech forests by Anthony Croft 14
Grand Canyon National Park, AZ by Eli Dickerson 18
Re: Old Growth on private land.... Does anyone here have it? by Dan Miles 20
Re: "Old-growth forests as global sinks" by Joe Zorzin 20
Re: Girdling (was Tallest Known Sugar Pine) by Bart Bouricius 21
Re: Girdling (was Tallest Known Sugar Pine) by Rand Brown 21
Parallax method revisited by Robert Leverett 21
tiny Ent discovered in my little forest by Joe Zorzin 22
Movie "Legend of the Forest" by Jenny Dudley 22
St. Augustine, FL the Old Senator, May 2012 by Michael Gatonska 23
Re: Evolving strategies by Elijah Whitcomb 24
Re: Evolving strategies by Larry Tucei 24
Re: Evolving strategies by Joe Zorzin 24
Re: Evolving strategies by Edward Frank 24
Re: St. Augustine, the Old Senator, May 2012 by Larry Tucei 26
Re: St. Augustine, the Old Senator, May 2012 by Michael Gatonska 26
Two neat images, MTSF, MA by Robert Leverett 27
Re: Tree Humor? by Jenny Dudley 28
Ray Bradbury dies at age 91 by Edward Frank 29
Re: Ray Bradbury dies at age 91 by Rand Brown 30
Re: Ray Bradbury dies at age 91 by James Robert Smith 30
the ultmate widow maker by Joe Zorzin 31
Re: Tree Humor? by Steve Galehouse 31
Estimating Tree Ages by Anthony J. Mills 31
Re: Estimating Tree Ages by Jeroen Philippona 32
Re: Estimating Tree Ages by Anthony L. Mills 32
Re: Kiss your ash goodbye... by Will Blozan 32
Re: Kiss your ash goodbye... by Larry Tucei 33
Joshua Tree, CA by Jenny Dudley 34
Ocean Invasive Exotics by Steve Springer 34
What The Petunia Knows by Chris Morris 34
Re: Evolving strategies by Don C. Bragg 35
Re: Evolving strategies / Tree top Offset Project by Robert Leverett 35
6/9/12 champion tree event in Atlanta by Eli Dickerson 35
Re: 6/9/12 champion tree event in Atlanta by Eli Dickerson 36
Quercus virginiana & Sabal palmetto by Michael Gatonska 37
Re: Quercus virginiana & Sabal palmetto by Michael Gatonska 36
Re: Tallest Known Sugar Pine Confirmed By Ascending The Giants by M. D. Vaden 38
Re: Quercus virginiana & Sabal palmetto by Michael Gatonska 39
Granville, MA by Sam Goodwin 40
The Promise of Wilderness by Kirk Johnson 40
Images from MSF, MA by Robert Leverett 41
Re: Images from MSF by Joe Zorzin 45
Re: Images from MSF by Robert Leverett 45
Re: Images from MSF, MA by Joe Zorzin 46
October tree measuring workshop by Robert Leverett 46
Re: Images from MSF, MA by Robert Leverett 46
Re: Joshua Tree, CA by Don Bertolette 48
Re: European beech forests by Anthony Croft 49
Paper birch on Mount Mitchell, NC- Native??? by Will Blozan 50
Hemlock needle question by sylvanicdawn 50
Re: Hemlock needle question by Will Blozan 51
Highest leaf in the Eastern US? by Will Blozan 51
Re: Highest leaf in the Eastern US? by James Robert Smith 52
Neal Island - ORINWR, West Virginia by Turner Sharp 53
Another tree crown exercise with photos, MA by Robert Leverett 55
Re: European beech forests by Chris Morris 56
Re: European beech forests by Anthony Croft 56
Photo of Sine versus Tangent methods by Will Blozan 58
Re: Photo of Sine versus Tangent methods by Robert Leverett 58
Barred Owls by Mark Collins 59
Re: Barred Owls by Larry Tucei 59
Sabal palmetto & C. Limon by Michael Gatonska 60
Great photos of the Southwest 150 years ago by Larry Tucei 61
Re: Great photos of the Southwest 150 years ago by Don Bertolette 61
Re: Great photos of the Southwest 150 years ago by Don Bertolette 61
Cleaning Borer Handles by Edward Frank 62
Benefits of exercising in the woods by Elijah Whitcomb 64
Re: Benefits of exercising in the woods by Michael Gatonska 64
Longleaf & Slash Pine Soundscape by Michael Gatonska 65
Re: Longleaf & Slash Pine by Michael Gatonska 65
My Visit to Land Between the Lakes, KY = 1 big white oak by samson'sseed 66
Zane Moore Reports Tallest Known Tree South of Golden Gate by M.W.Taylor 67
Re: Zane Moore Reports Tallest Known Tree South of Golden Gate by Ryan LeClair 67
Re: Zane Moore Reports Tallest Known Tree South of Golden Ga by Turner Sharp 68
Re: Sabal palmetto & C. Limon by Jenny Dudley 68
Re: Sabal palmetto & C. Limon by Michael Gatonska 68
Taking The Survey Into The Sky by M.W.Taylor 69
Re: Taking The Survey Into The Sky by Matt Smilie 73
Re: Taking The Survey Into The Sky by M.W.Taylor 73
Re: Taking The Survey Into The Sky by Matt Smilie 74
Spider mites by sylvanicdawn 75
Re: spider mites by Will Blozan 75
Hello from Beaverton, Oregon by saeschliman 75
Re: Benefits of exercising in the woods by Robert Leverett 76
Re: Benefits of exercising in the woods by Michael Gatonska 76
Crestone Group, CO by Robert Leverett 77
Re: Crestone Group by Larry Tucei 80
Re: Crestone Group by Robert Leverett 80
Re: Crestone Group by Robert Leverett 82
Re: Crestone Group by Robert Leverett 83
Goulding Creek, CO by Robert Leverett 84
Ancient Tree Guides No 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, Ancient Tree Forum UK by Edward Frank 85
External Links 86
About: eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society 88

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