eNTS Magazine January-March 2104

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eNTS Magazine January-March 2104

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eNTS Magazine January- March 2014

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Contents
Salmon Rover, Idaho 2013 8
Largest Eastern Cottonwood in NZ (and the world?) 10
Re: Laurel Fork Heritage Preserve, SC 11
Shakerag Hollow, TN 15
Rothkugel Plantation 2013 - WV 17
Whitesboro Red Oak, NY 19
Classic White Oak (Quercus alba) near Vineland Station, ONT 19
Mt Tom Champion Hemlock has fallen 21
Bavarian Inn, Shepherdstown, WV 21
State Champion Reese Mesquite 22
New Years Thoughts and Ramblings 23
Brasstown Creek, SC 24
Island Ford, Chattahoochee River NRA, GA 24
Revisting the Tallest White Oak 27
Re: Revisting the Tallest White Oak 27
Re: The Tallest Trees in Africa 28
Big Hackberry - WV 28
Clifton Gorge (OH) 29
Superior Municiple Forest 32
Yankauer Nature Preserve 34
Theodolite 35
Azalea Park/WNC Nature Center, Asheville,NC 35
Re: Azalea Park/WNC Nature Center, Asheville,NC 36
Re: Azalea Park/WNC Nature Center, Asheville,NC 36
McCarrihan's Sycamore - WV 37
Noxubee Wildlife National Refuge Part II Beaver Dam Trail 38
Wawa, Ontario (part 2) 42
Big American Elm (Ulmus americana) in downtown Aylmer 45
Growth form variation in Rock Elm (Ulmus thomasii) 46
New Tallest Umbellularia californica Discovered 47
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Part I Noxubee River 48
Six 160'+ poplars and counting. Delaware. 52
A 24 Hour Tour of NE Ohio 55
#3) Re: A 24 Hour Tour of NE Ohio 63
Re: A 24 Hour Tour of NE Ohio 64
Re: A 24 Hour Tour of NE Ohio 64
BEAR SWAMP NJ old growth Part 2/winter exploration photos 65
Delta National Forest McCain Bayou Cypress 69
Atlantic White Cedar 70
Re: Atlantic White Cedar 71
Delta National Forest Sweetgum Natural Research Area Part II 71
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Part lll 75
Ms Tree Listing Updates 80
A twin oak in Arkansas 80
Re: A twin oak in Arkansas 81
Rickett's Glen. 81
Fallen Douglas Fir/Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park 82
Giant Sequoia in Salem County 83
Delta National Forest Overcup Natural Research Area 83
Rockefeller Tree or Tall Tree? Same tree? 88
Re: Rockefeller Tree or Tall Tree? Same tree? 89
Giant Sequoia-Delaware County, PA 89
Ricketts Glen State Park Ruckers Index revised 90
Two 20' Live Oaks Biloxi Ms. 91
Findlay Elms 92
Answer for tclikesbigtrees on measuring tree height 93
Hamilton Lakes, Greensboro, NC 94
Arborglyphs on Aspen in New Mexico 95
Towab Trail, Lake Superior PP, Ontario 96
Requiem for an old field tree 103
New Record Trees in Gulfo Dulce. Costa Rica 104
Europe vs. the eastern US - comparing tree heights 109
High Cliff Natural Area (WI) 110
Tobermory to Wawa, Ontario 111
Wawa, Ontario (part one) 117
Re: Wawa, Ontario (part one) 122
Allerton Park/Lodge Park (IL) 124
New member - tree measurement 126
big Sycamore in south Jersey 126
Southern Costa Rica New record Wild Cashew and more 127
Re: Southern Costa Rica New record Wild Cashew and more 128
Re: Southern Costa Rica New record Wild Cashew and more 129
Re: Southern Costa Rica New record Wild Cashew and more 131
Re: Southern Costa Rica New record Wild Cashew and more 131
Re: Southern Costa Rica New record Wild Cashew and more 132
Re: Structure From Motion to create high resolution point cl 136
An Ash Forest 136
Re: An Ash Forest 137
Delta National Forest McCain Bayou Cypress Part II 140
Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path length 141
Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path length 142
Re: Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path lengt 143
Re: Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path lengt 143
Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path length 144
Re: Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path lengt 144
Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path length 144
Re: Re: Crown spread weighting, tree biology, and path lengt 145
Fort Hill (OH) 146
Re: Fort Hill (OH) 147
Atlanta, GA Rucker Index reaches 143.1' 153
Sequioa National Park Photos 153
Jacks Bay Landing, White River National Wildlife Refuge, AR 155
Trees embracing 156
Re: Trees embracing 158
Re: Trees embracing 158
Re: Trees embracing 159
Re: Germantown Metropark, OH 159
Re: Germantown Metropark, OH 161
Re: Germantown Metropark, OH 162
Cane Creek State Park, AR 164
Rainbow Falls Provincial Park 167
20+ CBH Oaks in Southern New Jersey 170
#6) Re: 20+ CBH Oaks in Southern New Jersey 172
#7) Re: 20+ CBH Oaks in Southern New Jersey 172
#8) Re: 20+ CBH Oaks in Southern New Jersey 173
#9) Re: 20+ CBH Oaks in Southern New Jersey 173
Re: Getting started with the Fusion program and LiDAR data 174
Re: Getting started with the Fusion program and LiDAR data 175
Re: Getting started with the Fusion program and LiDAR data 176
Re: Getting started with the Fusion program and LiDAR data 177
Albinism in a Sitka Spruce Sapling 179
Re: The currrent Ohio maximum height list. 179
Big White Oak - WV 180
Tatum White Oak - NJ 180
IDing The patterns and colors of Old Growth on Google Earth 180
Re: IDing The patterns and colors of Old Growth on Google Ea 182
Panama's "Dynamite trees" explode onto the scene 182
Accurately Measuring the Height of (Real) Forest Trees 185
Re: Accurately Measuring the Height of (Real) Forest Trees 186
Revisiting the tree dimension index 186
Re: Revisiting the tree dimension index 187
Re: Revisiting the tree dimension index 189
Re: Revisiting the tree dimension index 190
Re: Revisiting the tree dimension index 192
Kitzuma Trail, NC 192
Cambridge Pines! 194
Gallery Exhibit April 3 - July 1, 2014 195
great oak, Basking Ridge, NJ 196
Native American Artifacts in Redwood Goosepens? 197
Ponca State Park, NE 198
Panama, more big tree species 202
Re: Panama, more big tree species 205
Comparing tape drop height to that obtained with Nikon 440 206
Re: Comparing tape drop height to that obtained with Nikon 4 212
Grove of the Titans and Atlast Grove explored today 213
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