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Re: Lindsey Creek Giant

Don't quote me on this but I'm pretty sure the locations are somewhat developed now so I don't think remains are there. The CCG I think was on or very near to where that small airport north of Eureka is and it is a field. Michael Taylor or Mario may know more details on that.
by John Harvey
Sat Dec 23, 2017 2:49 am
 
Forum: California
Topic: Lindsey Creek Giant
Comments: 4
Views: 163

Re: Old Bridge County Park

Michael,

Thank you! This is a spot I hadn't checked before and since I don't get back east to do measurements often, this saves me a ton of time and keeps me from going in the wrong direction.
by John Harvey
Sat Dec 16, 2017 12:11 pm
 
Forum: New York
Topic: Old Bridge County Park
Comments: 1
Views: 78

Re: LiDAR Coverage for the Eastern USA

Michael, Thank you for doing all this. It's been a lot of fun seeing what you have come up with in people's suggestions. There is an area I was curious about in New Jersey if you have the chance, not too far from Tatum Park where you had found the potential 160' tulip before. It is called Old Bridge...
by John Harvey
Thu Dec 14, 2017 12:25 pm
 
Forum: Measurement and Dendromorphometry
Topic: LiDAR Coverage for the Eastern USA
Comments: 44
Views: 987

Re: Sailor Flat Expedition - Remote Old Growth Forest

Great stuff Michael and Duncan!
by John Harvey
Sun Nov 19, 2017 10:22 pm
 
Forum: California
Topic: Sailor Flat Expedition - Remote Old Growth Forest
Comments: 5
Views: 341

Re: More Exceptional Trees From Redwood National Park

Max, I've wondered the same about a few trees that are under 18' dbh. I'm sure you've come across a couple you wondered about as I have. I need to spend some time getting better with volume estimates. I have all the tools, just need to make some time to spend on it and get meticulous. Mario, I agree...
by John Harvey
Thu Jul 27, 2017 6:32 pm
 
Forum: California
Topic: More Exceptional Trees From Redwood National Park
Comments: 15
Views: 719

Re: What most impresses you?

The short answer for me is this...Girth impresses me most and always has, that was until I walked through Founders Grove (Humboldt Redwoods) for the first time. The 300' plus threshold is more impressive than any girth a tree could have. I don't always get that feeling when I'm among 250' trees but ...
by John Harvey
Mon Jul 24, 2017 1:21 am
 
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: What most impresses you?
Comments: 18
Views: 636

Re: Hello from Delaware

Welcome, from time to time I explore those areas. My in-laws have a vineyard in the Gettysburg area so I make it out there usually once a year. DE is a great state for trees.
by John Harvey
Thu Jul 20, 2017 6:21 pm
 
Forum: Post Here First - Introduce Yourself
Topic: Hello from Delaware
Comments: 4
Views: 293

Re: Del Norte Redwoods

Bob, I try to always be on the lookout for large oaks and other trees out here, as well as explore non redwood forests. That helps a little. For me I draw a mental line between the redwoods and all other trees. In the area I live I still get excited about a 22' cbh Douglas fir as I do about a 22' cb...
by John Harvey
Sat Jul 15, 2017 11:38 am
 
Forum: California
Topic: Del Norte Redwoods
Comments: 6
Views: 423

Del Norte Redwoods

I had the chance to do a couple trails in foggy, beautiful, Del Norte redwoods this week. It is by far the park I've spent the least time in so far. The trees are all upland old growth and there aren't any flats full of huge trees like the parks to the north and south but still a few large hillside ...
by John Harvey
Fri Jul 14, 2017 2:23 pm
 
Forum: California
Topic: Del Norte Redwoods
Comments: 6
Views: 423

Re: More Exceptional Trees From Redwood National Park

This was one of two 16' dbh trees in Del Norte I came across. This one was a very slow taper similar to Browns Creek tree just thinner with a broken top. I know the conditions are not ideal for the trees to get too large there but a few could be hiding over 18'. I know of one John had shared with me...
by John Harvey
Fri Jul 14, 2017 4:12 am
 
Forum: California
Topic: More Exceptional Trees From Redwood National Park
Comments: 15
Views: 719
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