eNTS Magazine January 2013

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eNTS Magazine January 2013

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eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society,
Volume 3, Number 01, January 2013

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http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... ary_01.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... ary_02.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... ary_03.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... ary_04.pdf

I want to remind the readers of this magazine that the articles presented here are only a part, usually just the beginning, of the discussions being held on our BBS at http://www.ents-bbs.org . The full discussion can be read by clicking on the link embedded in the title of each individual article.



Editor’s Corner
By Edward Frank

Webmaster , BBS Administrator,
eNTS Magazine Editor-in-Chief
edfrank@nativetreesociety.org

Welcome to the January 2013 issue of the eNTS Magazine. I find it difficult at times to know what to write in this space. I have not been able to get out into the field and measure trees much lately, but I am trying to still be active within the organization. So what have I been doing?

Earlier this month I started of with correspondence with Patty Jenkins of Tree Climbers International concerning the 2013 Tree Climbers International/NTS Event October 9-14 We were trying to get the information on NTS correct and the NTS member biographies who are doing presentations at the event. Go to the link above and sign up earlier if you want to attend. It looks like a great event.

I have been working on my list of things I want to see completed for the NTS organization for the next year. I am working on a series of article for Wikipedia on tree measurement. Altogether I have written about thirty pages with a few more to go between the six article series. I hope to get some drafts out Bob Leverett and Michael Taylor to look over within a week or so, then on to the web.

As part of that effort I have been going through various measurement posts and documents on our website and BBS to reference for the articles. Bob Leverett sometime ago published a post on a polygonal method of measuring crown areas. We have gone back over that process, and I have been corresponding with Bob concerning measuring crown spread and other similar features in the field using a compass and tape. This is similar to my previous experience doing cave surveys. I want to see that done and referenced in the Wikipedia article.

After a break for a couple of years I have again brought up the idea of Percent Cylinder Occupation – effectively seeing, given a measured volume of a tree, what percentage of a cylinder of the same size and height as the trunk of the tree would be occupied by the measured volume? The girth needs to be taken above the basal flair of the trunk. The idea is that trees tend to change form as they mature. Bob has suggested that young white pines are more conical in overall form, and approach a paraboloid shape as they age. Other trees may even have forms between paraboloid and cylindrical in form. But we need numbers to test these ideas.

This question was started again in response to a question about the volume of a giant spruce tree found in Michael Spraggon, Kouta Rasanen, and Jeroen Philipona’s Balkans expedition. Michael estimated 50 m3 for the tree. The best guess based on our limited numbers may be around 45 m3 not counting any branches and the flair beyond the main bole at the base of the tree. So Micaheal’s guess seems pretty spot on.

Our friends at Explore: The Ancient Trees of Africa have completed their expedition to South Africa and have some fantastic data we can share as soon as they finish its compilation. One of the members, Drew Bristow is still in Africa in a hospital. He has an infection in his knee from a spider bite, but is doing good and should get out of the hospital in a few days.

I have as always edited the last issue of the eNTS magazine and this one. I have been building our presence on Facebook, and as of this writing we have 3239 Likes on Facebook and a weekly total reach of 38, 625, and friends of friends numbers are just over 1.4 million.

The rest of you can also contribute even if you can’t get out in the field. Answer questions posed, participate in the BBS discussions, and welcome new members into the group.

Edward Frank



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Re: Hawaii, Looking Back by Robert Leverett 10
Re: Will's Alaska Adventure by Will Blozan 11
Re: Frozen Forest by Will Blozan 11
QR Tags - Famous Trees of Texas by Edward Frank 12
New!! "The Science of Tree Rings" website 12
Customary New Years Resolutions by Robert Leverett 13
Frelich and Ostuno, 2012: Estimating wind speed... by Edward Frank 14
Re: Frelich and Ostuno, 2012: Estimating wind speed... by Ernie Ostuno 14
Re: QR Tags - Famous Trees of Texas by Eli Dickerson 15
Re: QR Tags - Famous Trees of Texas by Robert Leverett 15
Re: QR Tags - Famous Trees of Texas by Eli Dickerson 15
Germantown Metropark, OH by Matt Markworth 16
Re: Germantown Metropark, OH by Matt Markworth 16
Re: Germantown Metropark, OH by Matt Markworth 16
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Robert Leverett 17
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Edward Frank 19
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Robert Leverett 20
Near Redwood size Tulip Poplar, ok "near" small redwood size by John Harvey 21
Arizona - north by Turner Sharp 23
Re: Final Tribute to the Ohia by Joe Zorzin 29
Re: Final Tribute to the Ohia by Robert Leverett 30
Re: Final Tribute to the Ohia by Robert Leverett 30
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Kouta Räsänen 31
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Robert Leverett 31
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Joe Zorzin 31
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Robert Leveret 31
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Don Bertolette 32
Re: Measuring Odd Tree Forms by Robert Leverett 32
Deodar Cedar (Cedrus deodar), MS by Larry Tucei 33
Re: Will's Alaska Adventure by Edward Frank 35
Re: Will's Alaska Adventure More Hawaii by Robert Leverett 35
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Brian Beduhn 36
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Larry Tucei 36
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Eli Dickerson 36
Re: Eno River Tulip Tree - Hillsborough, NC by Patrick Brandt 37
Re: Eno River Tulip Tree - Hillsborough, NC by Will Blozan 38
Re: Eno River Tulip Tree - Hillsborough, NC by Patrick Brandt 38
Re: Eno River Tulip Tree - Hillsborough, NC by Bart Bouricius 38
Re: Eno River Tulip Tree - Hillsborough, NC by Patrick Brandt 39
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Robert Leverett 39
Rain Tree, U. S. Virgin Islands by Patrick Brandy 41
Re: Rain Tree, U. S. Virgin Islands by Robert Leverett 42
Re: Richmond: Hollywood Cemetery by Adam Rosen 43
Re: Brazil Nut Harvesting by Patrick Brandt 46
Re: Suriname 1992 by Bart Bouricius 46
Re: QR Tags - Famous Trees of Texas by Edward Frank 47
Loblolly Pines Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, MS by Larry Tucei 47
Re: Redwood NP, CA Big Honkin Douglas Fir Trees by M.D. Vaden 50
Re: Loblolly Pines Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, MS by Chris Morris 51
Re: Loblolly Pines Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, MS by Larry Tucei 51
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 51
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 52
Re: Biltmore Estate Trees by Brian Beduhn 52
2013 Tree Climbers International/NTS Event, October 9-14. 2013 by Patty Jenkins 57
Photo Measurements by Robert Leverett 61
Bushwhacking in Big Ivy, NC by James Robert Smith 62
Re: Bushwhacking in Big Ivy, NC by Robert Leverett 72
Re: Bushwhacking in Big Ivy, NC by Robert Leverett 72
Re: Bushwhacking in Big Ivy, NC by James Robert Smith 73
Re: Bushwhacking in Big Iv, NC by Josh Kelly 73
Re: Frozen Forest, NC by James Robert Smith 74
Oregon Caves Douglas Fir, OR by M. D. Vaden 75
What is this? (Big Ivy Area, NC) by James Robert Smith 76
Re: What is this? by Will Blozan 76
Re: Loblolly Pines Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, MS by Chris Morris 77
Re: Loblolly Pines Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, MS by Larry Tucei 77
Welcome to Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge 77
Arizona riparian by Turner Sharp 78
Re: Arizona riparian by Chris Morris 83
Re: Arizona riparian by Turner Sharp 83
Nikon 440 calibration results by Patrick Brandt 84
Re: Nikon 440 calibration results by Robert Leverett 84
Re: Nikon 440 calibration results by Matt Markworth 84
Re: Nikon 440 calibration results by Edward Frank 85
Re: Nikon 440 calibration results by Robert Leverett 85
HeLP: A paleoecological requiem for eastern hemlock by Edward Frank 86
Collaborative tree mapping by Jean Weber 87
Re: Collaborative tree mapping by Robert Leverett 87
Re: Collaborative tree mapping by Jean Weber 87
Re: Collaborative tree mapping by Edward Frank 87
Re: Collaborative tree mapping by Jean Weber 88
My Wife's Land by James Robert Smith 89
Pollinators, Forest Management.... Russ Richardson 93
Re: Photo Measurements by Robert Leverett 94
Re: Photo Measurements by Edward Frank 95
Re: Photo Measurements by Matt Smilie 95
Re: Photo Measurements by Robert Leverett 95
Yasuni National Park, Ecuador by Bart Bouricius 96
New co-champion loblolly in Atlanta by Eli Dickerson 97
Keep Kauri Standing by Edward Frank 98
Re: Explore: The Ancient Trees of Africa by Edward Frank 99
Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Kouta Räsänen 100
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Will Blozan 100
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Edward Frank 100
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Patrick Brandt 101
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Robert Leverett 102
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Edward Frank 102
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Patrick Brandt 103
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Robert Leverett 103
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Edward Frank 104
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Karlheinz 105
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Kouta Räsänen 105
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Robert Levertt 106
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Karlheinz 107
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Robert Leverett 107
Re: Clinometer Errors and Calibration by Robert Leverett 108
The World’s Oldest Living Olive Trees Are Lebanese by Edward Frank 111
Re: New record European larch by Kouta Räsänen 112
Max. height for northern whitecedar by Kouta Räsänen 112
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Turner Sharp 112
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Brian Beduhn 112
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Kouta Räsänen 113
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Turner Sharp 113
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Chris Morris 113
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Kouta Räsänen 113
Re: Say Good Bye to the White Ash Tree by Matt Markworth 114
Re: Say Good Bye to the White Ash Tree by Matt Markworth 114
Re: Say Good Bye to the White Ash Tree (WV) by Matt Markworth 114
Howdy from East TN by Hugh Faust 116
Re: Howdy from East TN by Hugh Faust 116
Sugar Maple and Hickory Sp. Spared, TN by Hugh Faust 116
Re: Potential National Champion Mountain camellia, TN by Hugh Faust 116
Mississippi Tall Tree Listing by Larry Tucei 117
UNC Campus Trees by Patrick Brandt 118
Calvary Episcopal Church, Fletcher, NC by Btian Beduhn 122
Fallen Redwood Giant/Albino/Lichen, CA by Mark Collins 123
Re: Fallen Redwood Giant/Albino/Lichen, CA by Mark Collins 126
Keep Kauri Standing, NZ by Edward Frank 127
Clinometer App for iPhone by Don Bertolette 128
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Robert Leverett 128
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Patrick Brandt 128
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Edward Frank 128
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Don Bertolette 129
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Don Bertolette 129
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Patricj Brandt 130
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Patrick Brandt 130
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Edward Frank 130
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Patricj Brandt 130
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Don Bertolette 131
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Robert Leverett 131
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Kouta Räsänen 132
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Jess Riddle 132
Re: Max. height for northern whitecedar by Kouta Räsänen 132
Sine Versus Tangent Comparison by Robert Leverett 133
Re: Photo Measurements by Edward Frank 135
Re: Photo Measurements by Don Bertolette 135
Re: Photo Measurements by Edward Frank 136
Re: Photo Measurements by Robert Leverett 136
YouTube, "The 40 Greatest Trees" Any omissions? by JohnnyDJersey 137
Large Tuliptree near Charlottesville, VA by Andrew Gray 137
Re: Large Tuliptree near Charlottesville, VA by Robert Leverett 138
Portraits of Tree Parts by M. D. Vaden 138
Tree Foam by Matt Markworth 140
Re: Tree Foam by Matt Markworth 140
Re: Portraits of Tree Parts by Don Bertolette 141
Re: Portraits of Tree Parts by M. D. Vaden 141
Re: YouTube, "The 40 Greatest Trees" Any omissions? by Edward Frank 143
Re: YouTube, "The 40 Greatest Trees" Any omissions? by Patrick Brandt 143
Re: YouTube, "The 40 Greatest Trees" Any omissions? by JohnnyDJersey 143
105 foot tall American Beech by Patrick Brandt 144
Re: 105 foot tall American Beech by Will Blozan 144
Larry Tucei's Mission by Robert Leverett 145
Re: Larry Tucei's Mission by Larry Tucei 145
Re: Larry Tucei's Mission by Robert Leverett 147
Re: Larry Tucei's Mission by Robert Leverett 147
Re: Larry Tucei's Mission by Larry Tucei 147
Re: Larry Tucei's Mission by Robert Leverett 148
Re: 2013 Tree Climbers International/NTS Event October 9-14 148
138.5 foot loblolly pine in Durham, NC by Patrick Brandt 149
New Record Pond Pine (kind of) by Tyler Phillips 150
Photo Measurement by Larry Tucei 151
Re: Photo Measurement by Robert Leverett 152
Re: Photo Measurement by Larry Tucei 152
Henry Meyers Oak by Larry Tucei 153
seeLevel by Robert Leverett 154
Water Tupelo( Nyssa aquatica) by Robert Leverett 154
Native (mumble) Society Cartoon by Matt Markworth 156
American Chestnut maximum heights? by Eli Dickerson 156
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Rand Brown 156
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Eli Dickerson 157
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Robert Leverett 157
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Edward Frank 157
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Eli Dickerson 158
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Will Blozan 158
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights? by Jeroen Philippona 158
Tunnel Tree - a remarkable sequoia by Fredrik Jakobsson 159
Ms State Champion Magnolia (Single Trunk) by Larry Tucei 159
Re: Ms State Champion Magnolia (Single Trunk) by Jess Riddle 160
Re: Ms State Champion Magnolia (Single Trunk) by Bart Bouricius 160
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Edward Frank 161
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Patty Jenkins 162
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Doug Bidlack 162
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Robert Leverett 163
Re: Customary New Years Resolutions by Edward Frank 163
Bird Injuries/Illnesses by Jennifer Dudley 164
The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of it.. by JohnnyDJersey 164
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by Will Blozan 165
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by M. D. Vaden 165
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by JohnnyDJersey 165
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by M. D. Vaden 165
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by Mark Collins 166
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by Fredrik Jakobsson 166
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by M. D. Vaden 167
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by Will Blozan 168
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by M. D. Vaden 168
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by JohnnyDJersey 168
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by Edward Frank 168
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by M. D. Vaden 168
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of by Jess Riddle 169
Bigness Measures by Don Bertolette 170
Re: Bigness Measures by Edward Frank 170
Re: Bigness Measures by Don Bertolette 171
Re: Bigness Measures by Robert Leverett 171
Walhalla Fish Hatchery, SC by Brian Beduhn 172
Whitewater River NC by Brian Beduhn 172
Shellbark hickory by Turner Sharp 173
Large Pond and Slash Pine, MS by Larry Tucei 174
Trees as Environmental Historians talk - Greenwich, CT by Neil Pederson 176
Winding Stairs Trail, Cherry Hill Campground, SC by Brian Beduhn 177
Re: Winding Stairs Trail, Cherry Hill Campground by Will Blozan 177
Re: Winding Stairs Trail, Cherry Hill Campground, SC by Brian Beduhn 178
Re: Winding Stairs Trail, Cherry Hill Campground, SC by Jess Riddle 179
Re: Winding Stairs Trail, Cherry Hill Campground, SC by Brian Beduhn 179
State Champ Green Ash, SC by Tyler Phillips 180
20th Century and then some inspired by Trees by Michael Gatonska 181
Re: 20th Century and then some inspired by Trees by Brian Beduhn 182
Re: 20th Century and then some inspired by Trees by Patty Jenkins 182
Re: 20th Century and then some inspired by Trees by Matt Markworth 182
Re: Bigness Measures by Don Bertolette 183
Re: Clinometer App for iPhone by Don Bertolette 183
State Champ American Elm Revisited by Tyler Phillips 184
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Kouta Räsänen 185
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Edward Frank 185
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Kouta Räsänen 186
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Edward Frank 186
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Michael Spraggon 186
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Edward Frank 187
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Michael Spraggon 187
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Edward Frank 187
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Kouta Räsänen 188
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Edward Frank 188
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Michael Spraggon 188
Re: Biogradska Gora – two new broadleaf tree height records by Edward Frank 189
Re: Percent Cylinder Occupation by Will Blozan 189
Re: Percent Cylinder Occupation by Edward Frank 190
Re: Percent Cylinder Occupation by Robert Leverett 190
Re: Percent Cylinder Occupation by Kouta Räsänen 190
Re: Percent Cylinder Occupation by Will Blozan 190
Re: Percent Cylinder Occupation by Kouta Räsänen 191
Green Tree Doctor by Randy Cyr 191
331 point open grown white oak in Hillsborough, NC by Patrick Brandt 191
LIDAR ground truthing in Duke Forest by Patrick Brandt 192
Re: Pictures of Fungi in the Redwood Forest by Mark Collins 193
Silver Maple (SC)? by Tyler Phillips 195
Re: Silver Maple? by Kirk Johnson 195
Re: Silver Maple? by Tyler Phillips 195
Re: Silver Maple? by Tyler Phillips 196
Re: Silver Maple? by Steve Galehouse 196
Re: Silver Maple? by Tyler Phillips 196
Standard Tree Care and Preservation by Guy Meilleur 197
Video of Bushwhack into Pisgah Old Growth by James Robert Smith 197
Landslide on 441, GSMNP by Michael Davie 197
Re: Landslide on 441 by Kirk Johnson 197
Re: Landslide on 441 by Patrick Brandt 198
Arizona - southern by Turner Sharp 199
Miami Whitewater Forest (OH) by Matt Markworth 204
ProBino3209ic LASER/CLINO/AZIMUTH in one by Will Blozan 206
The only example of a weeping sequoia living in the forest?! Fredrik Jakobsson 206
Re: The only example of a weeping sequoia living in the fore by Edward Frank 208
Re: State Champ American Elm Revisited by Tyler Phillips 208
Oak Alley Vacherie Louisiana Re-Visit by Larry Tucei 209
Re: Oak Alley Vacherie Louisiana Re-Visit by Larry Tucei 215
Re: Oak Alley Vacherie Louisiana Re-Visit by Robert Leverett 216
Re: Oak Alley Vacherie Louisiana Re-Visit by Larry Tucei 216
Photo Measuring Continued by Robert Leverett 216
The world's most biomass-dense forests by Kouta Räsänen 218
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests by Eli Dickerson 220
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests by Matt Smilie 220
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests by Chris Morris 222
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests by Kouta Räsänen 222
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, OK by Turner Sharp 223
Re: Metasequoia Glyptostroboides (Dawn Redwood) by Brian Beduhn 224
Congaree Cypresses By Tyle Phillips 224
Colonel Leopold L. Armant Oak, LA by Larry Tucei 227
Re: Colonel Leopold L. Armant Oak by Robert Leverett 228
Testing the Vortex Solo R/T 8 x 36 by Karlheinz 228
Re: Testing the Vortex Solo R/T 8 x 36 by Karlheinz 228
Re: Testing the Vortex Solo R/T 8 x 36 by Robert Leverett 229
Re: Testing the Vortex Solo R/T 8 x 36 by Robert Leverett 229
Re: Asheville Trees, NC by Brian Beduhn 230
Don Leopold's Dendrology Playlist by Matt Markworth 230
Old Growth Pines and Hemlocks in Indiana by Matt Markworth 230
Re: Old Growth Pines and Hemlocks in Indiana by Matt Markworth 235
Re: Arizona - southern by Don Bertolette 235
Re: Arizona - southern by Chris Morris 236
Re: Arizona - southern by Done Bertolette 236
America Forests latest edition by Robert Leverett 237
Re: America Forests latest edition by Edward Frank 237
Re: America Forests latest edition by Edward Frank 237
Robert Leverett Intro by Edward Frank 238
Revisiting Crown Area by Robert Leverett 238
Re: Revisiting Crown Area by Don Bertolette 238
Re: Revisiting Crown Area by Robert Leverett 239
Samuel P Taylor State Park, CA by Robert Lynley 239
Tunnel Tree - a remarkable sequoia by Fredrik Jakobsson 240
Re: Tunnel Tree - a remarkable sequoia by Fredrik Jakobsson 240
Re: Tunnel Tree - a remarkable sequoia by Edward Frank 244
167' Loblolly Pine Congaree, SC by Tyler Phillips 245
Re: 167' Loblolly Pine Congaree by Larry Tucei 247
Re: 167' Loblolly Pine Congaree by Robert Leverett 247
Cumberland Yellow Birch by Hugh Faust 248
Re: Cumberland Yellow Birch by Will Blozan 248
Re: Cumberland Yellow Birch by Hugh Faust 248
Re: Brave men who felled California redwoods by HAND by Robert Lynley 248
Re: Brave men who felled California redwoods by HAND by Robert Leverett 249
Re: Brave men who felled California redwoods by HAND by Don Bertolette 249
Re: Recognizing indigenous “sacred areas” by Canada Yew 250
Changes to ITRDBFOR - new address by Edward Frank 250
Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto D8 by Karlheinz Brüne 251
Re: Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto D8 by Robert Leverett 253
Re: Re: Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto by Karlheinz Brüne 254
Re: Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto D8 by Robert Leverett 254
Re: Re: Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto by Karlheinz Brüne 254
Re: Re: Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto by Karlheinz Brüne 255
e: Sine-based measuring with visible red laser of Disto D8 by Robert Leverett 256
Appalachian Face-lift by James Robert Leverett 256
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Re: eNTS Magazine January 2013

Post by edfrank » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:18 pm

I created a word cloud of the content of the January 2013. This allows you to visualize what the important themes were in the issue. The more frequently the word appears the larger it is in size. It was produced by the web program called Wordle: http://www.wordle.net/ I deleted Re, Jan, pm and the numbers.
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"I love science and it pains me to think that so many are terrified of the subject or feel that choosing science means you cannot also choose compassion, or the arts, or be awe by nature. Science is not meant to cure us of mystery, but to reinvent and revigorate it." by Robert M. Sapolsky

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Re: eNTS Magazine January 2013

Post by dbhguru » Wed Feb 13, 2013 8:22 am

Ed,

Thanks to you, the eNTS Magazine provides everyone who uses the Internet with a well laid out, convenient summary of what we do each month. The amount of material is impressive to say the least. I looked at the magazine, blinked, and thought: did we do all that? Thanks again from all of us.

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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Re: eNTS Magazine January 2013

Post by dbhguru » Wed Feb 13, 2013 8:22 am

Ed,

Thanks to you, the eNTS Magazine provides everyone who uses the Internet with a well laid out, convenient summary of what we do each month. The amount of material is impressive to say the least. I looked at the magazine, blinked, and thought: did we do all that? Thanks again from all of us.

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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Re: eNTS Magazine January 2013

Post by Larry Tucei » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:50 pm

Ed, I also looked over the Magazine and thought wow! What a great organization to be a part of. We have so many talented and dedicated members who have one thing in common TREES!!!! Thanks Ed for keeping all of our stuff together and Great job always. The word cloud is really cool and would make a great calendar, T-shirt. Larry

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