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Re: What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered pl

A species may be rare, endemic, or endangered for a variety of reasons. A species may be rare because it is a specialist and occupying a small niche, endemic because a geographic location (e.g. Galapagos Islands) is unique and isolated, or endangered because the environment is changing or the specie...
by Gary Beluzo
Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:20 pm
 
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered plant?
Comments: 4
Views: 602

Re: In search of the Boogerman Pine and the Sag Branch Tulip

Wow, superb report..great photos, wonderful narrative, adorable daughter. Thanks for posting...
by Gary Beluzo
Tue Apr 24, 2012 6:57 am
 
Forum: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Topic: In search of the Boogerman Pine and the Sag Branch Tulip
Comments: 14
Views: 9510

Project Budburst for 2012

ENTS,

Please consider replying to this post with your 2012 phenological observations regarding any and all species of native trees, particularly FIRST BUDBURST, FIRST LEAVES, FIRST FLOWER(S), etc.

Gary
by Gary Beluzo
Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:04 am
 
Forum: Other Projects
Topic: Project Budburst for 2012
Comments: 14
Views: 2389

SPRING 2012 BUDBURST

Please consider posting your observations regarding first budburst and first flowers for Liriodendron in your neck of the woods.
I am particularly interested in tulip trees in Florida, Georgia and locations along the western boundary of the species' distribution.

Gary
by Gary Beluzo
Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:02 am
 
Forum: Liriodendron Project
Topic: SPRING 2012 BUDBURST
Comments: 0
Views: 473

Re: What qualifies as an Autopoietic Forest

Joe, The word "Nature" and "Natural" by definition does not include humans. After doing an exhaustive literature search on "nature" and "natural" I realize that the early philosophers created the word(s) specifically to distinguish what humans do and make (&qu...
by Gary Beluzo
Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:40 pm
 
Forum: Autopoietic Forest
Topic: What qualifies as an Autopoietic Forest
Comments: 11
Views: 4960

Re: Connecticut's tallest tree - the LeClair Tulip Poplar

Bob, Bart, and Ryan,

An enthusiasic congratulations regarding the tulip trees in Trumbull. 150's in New England is certainly BIG news and now the search is on for big and tall tulip trees in Connecticut.

Gary Beluzo
by Gary Beluzo
Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:15 pm
 
Forum: Connecticut
Topic: Connecticut's tallest tree - the LeClair Tulip Poplar
Comments: 17
Views: 5678

What qualifies as an Autopoietic Forest

What forests are good candidates for "The Autopoietic Forest"? To review, an Autopoietic Forest differs from a MANaged forest in the following ways: AUTOMAN.001.jpg A key question is whether or not a forest that has been MANaged in the past can be designated an "Autopoietic Forest&quo...
by Gary Beluzo
Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:26 am
 
Forum: Autopoietic Forest
Topic: What qualifies as an Autopoietic Forest
Comments: 11
Views: 4960

HCC/ENTS FOREST SUMMIT 8

Folks, The 2012 FOREST SUMMIT is in the works....currently looking for a good time for people. Maybe October 11/12 with the ENTS Rendezvous on the 13th? Bob and I want to focus on Old Growth Forests this year...perhaps have Dr. Joan Maloof as Key Speaker and Coordinator? The Kittredge Center at HCC ...
by Gary Beluzo
Sun Jan 08, 2012 10:49 am
 
Forum: Events 2012
Topic: HCC/ENTS FOREST SUMMIT 8
Comments: 1
Views: 754

HCC Forest Summit 7/ENTS Rendezvous 2011

Greetings ENTS and ents, The 7th Annual HCC Forest Summit is locked in for October 13 (Thursday) and October 14 (Friday) 9:00am - 6:00pm (tentative) both days. To follow the development of the agenda and support materials please visit http://www.hcc.edu/forest periodically. The Annual ENTS gathering...
by Gary Beluzo
Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:26 pm
 
Forum: Events 2011
Topic: The 7th Annual Forest Summit
Comments: 29
Views: 6836

Spring BudBurst

Greetings ENTS and ents, Please post your Liriodendron tulipifera spring observations here. What date did Liriodendron first begin to adorn its "limbs" with new leaves? Date of first flowers? Please include location (LATLONG) and elevation (estimate if not known) is possible. Thank you. Gary
by Gary Beluzo
Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:19 pm
 
Forum: Liriodendron Project
Topic: Spring BudBurst
Comments: 2
Views: 1644
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