eNTS Magazine April 2013

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eNTS Magazine April 2013

Post by edfrank » Wed May 01, 2013 7:13 am

eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society,
Volume 3, Number 04, March 2014

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http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... il2013.pdf



In four parts:

http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 013_01.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 013_02.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 013_03.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazi ... 013_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.


Contents
Broad Brook MA 11
Re: Broad Brook MA 12
Re: Fused redwoods 13
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 14
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 14
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 14
What should I look for in Marshall Forest, Rome, Georgia? 14
Re: What should I look for in Marshall Forest, Rome, Georgia 15
Re: Greensboro-The Grande/Bluffs Neighborhoods 15
Re: Metasequoia Glyptostroboides (Dawn Redwood) 16
Re: Chattooga River, SC 16
Re: Chattooga River, SC 17
Need help with Ulmus ID 17
Re: Guilford Courthouse-Greensboro, NC 20
Intro Bill Brighoff 20
Wikipedia Articles 21
Tree measurement 21
Tree height measurement 36
Tree girth measurement 48
Tree crown measurement 56
Tree volume measurement 64
Re: Wikipedia Articles 75
Re: Wikipedia Articles 75
Re: Wikipedia Articles 75
Re: Old Growth Forest 76
Re: Fused redwoods 76
Re: Fused redwoods 78
Re: Fused redwoods 78
Wilmington, NC 79
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling 80
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling 81
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling 81
Magnolia Lake Bald Cypress, NJ 81
A very nice yellow birch, MA 82
Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos... 82
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos... 83
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos... 85
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos... 85
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos... 86
April 10 Premier of Shinrin-yoku (Forest Bathing) 86
Vernal Pool & Wood Frogs 87
Dexter Elm, Malden, MA 88
Re: Dexter Elm, Malden, MA 90
Re: Dexter Elm, Malden, MA 90
Re: Tall Freeman maple, OH 90
Airlie Gardens, Wilmington, NC 91
Re: Airlie Gardens, Wilmington 92
Old Black Gum? (NY) 95
Re: Old Black Gum? 96
MYSTERY HIGH BOLE BARK CRACKING 97
Re: MYSTERY HIGH BOLE BARK CRACKING 97
Re: MYSTERY HIGH BOLE BARK CRACKING 98
Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA 98
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA 99
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA 99
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA 100
Help identifying 3 shrubs I found growing in Marshall Forest, GA 100
Re: Help identifying 3 shrubs I found growing in Marshall Forest, GA 101
Mass Champion Cottonwood 102
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 102
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 102
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 103
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 103
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 103
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 104
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 104
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 104
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 105
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 105
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 105
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 106
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 106
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 106
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 107
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 107
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 107
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 108
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood 108
Charlottesville Airport Oak, VA 109
Re: Charlottesville Airport Oak 110
Re: Charlottesville Airport Oak 110
"Natural forests" in Europe - a very short survey 111
Re: "Natural forests" in Europe - a very short survey 111
Re: "Natural forests" in Europe - a very short survey 112
AFA Tree Measuring Guidelines Working Group 112
Re: AFA Tree Measuring Guidelines Working Group 112
Re: Tree Humor 113
Re: Tall European trees 113
Parkway scenes, VA 115
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Carolina Buckthorn 115
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Carolina Buckthorn 116
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Carolina Buckthorn 117
Trapezoid Method Continued 117
Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA 118
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA 119
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA 120
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA 120
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA 120
New Comparison Monocular vs Photo Meas 121
Tree of the Week Spreadsheet and Guidelines 122
Return to Baxter Creek, GSMNP 123
Re: Return to Baxter Creek 124
Porters Creek Ramble, GSMNP 124
Re: Porters Creek Ramble 126
Re: Porters Creek Ramble 126
The "Official" Redwoods Topic ;-) 126
Earth Day at Cook Forest State Park 129
Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir 130
Re: Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas 130
Re: Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas 130
Re: Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas 131
Re: Where goats Come From 131
Re: Where goats Come From 131
Videos of Old-Growth Oak Forest on Holston Mountain, TN 132
Alum Cave - GSMNP 133
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP 136
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP 139
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP 140
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP 141
The Pontfadog Oak, Wales Has Fallen 141
Re: The Pontfadog Oak, Wales Has Fallen 143
A giant sequoia Wendell Flint would liked to have measured 143
Biltmore Village, NC 145
Queens Giant Tulip Poplar 145
Re: Queens Giant Tulip Poplar 146
Re: Queens Giant Tulip Poplar 146
Re: Queens Giant Tulip Poplar 146
Pequannock Watershed old-growth ancient hemlocks 146
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak 147
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak 147
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak 147
Tree of the Week: Bur Oak 147
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak 148
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak 148
Bonsai Experiment 149
Thick VA Pine, Lake Louise, Weaverville 150
Re: Thick VA Pine, Lake Louise, Weaverville 151
Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen 151
Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth Aspen 151
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen 151
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen 152
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen 152
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen 152
Auburn Oaks. 153
Catskill Reunion (NY) 153
Re: Catskill Reunion 157
Re: Catskill Reunion 157
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Common Hackberry 158
Future Tree of the week: Pinus Ponderosa var. Scopulorum 158
Re: Future Tree of the week: Pinus Ponderosa var. Scopulorum 159
Potential National Champion Carolina hemlock D.O.A 159
Re: Potential National Champion Carolina hemlock D.O.A 160
Re: Potential National Champion Carolina hemlock D.O.A 160
BRPW White Pine Report 161
Re: BRPW White Pine Report 161
Re: BRPW White Pine Report 162
Re: BRPW White Pine Report 162
Re: BRPW White Pine Report 162
Re: BRPW White Pine Report 162
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Eastern White Pine 163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 164
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus 164
Widen, WV Yellow-poplar 164
Re: Widen, WV Yellow-poplar 165
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut 166
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut 167
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut 168
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut 168
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut 168
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut 169
Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine 169
Re: Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine 172
Re: Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine 173
Re: Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine 173
A look at a multi-stem silver maple 173
Re: A look at a multi-stem silver maple 175
Re: A look at a multi-stem silver maple 176
Moses Cone Memorial park, BRPW 176
Johnson Nature Preserve (OH) - 14 years after Tornado 178
Re: Johnson Nature Preserve (OH) - 14 years after Tornado 180
Re: Johnson Nature Preserve (OH) - 14 years after Tornado 180
Trip Summary - GSMNP 181
Eastern Red Cedar-Handsboro Ms 182
Re: Eastern Red Cedar-Handsboro Ms 185
Re: Eastern Red Cedar-Handsboro Ms 185
Bummer in Mohawk 185
Re: Bummer in Mohawk 186
Re: Bummer in Mohawk 186
Re: Bummer in Mohawk 186
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail 186
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail 187
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail 187
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail 188
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail 188
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail 188
Measuring the Champ 189
Re: Measuring the Champ 189
Re: Measuring the Champ 189
Something to mull over on doubles 189
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 191
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 191
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 193
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 193
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 195
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 195
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 195
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 196
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 197
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 197
Re: Something to mull over on doubles 198
Cloning Ancient Trees 199
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 199
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 199
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees 201
‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 201
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 201
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support 202
Robinson State Park, MA 203
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882 203
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882 204
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882 204
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882 204
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882 205
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882 205
Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce 206
Re: Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce 206
Re: Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce 206
Re: Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce 206
Persistence in finding the top 207
External Links: 209

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Re: eNTS Magazine April 2013

Post by dbhguru » Wed May 01, 2013 7:31 am

Ed,

I looked at the magazine and my eyes bulged out. Holy Smokes! What a volume of tree material stretching from A to Z. Congratulations and thanks.

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 April 2013

Post by edfrank » Wed May 01, 2013 7:45 am

This one was bulked out somewhat because I opted to include a copy of the five Wikipedia articles as they stand now in the test.
"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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