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Postby edfrank » Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:22 pm

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 6, No. 4, Fall 2011

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VOLUME 6, ISSUE 4 Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society FALL 2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2012—End Times or New Times?................................................................................................................ 1

Don C. Bragg, Research Forester, USDA Forest Service
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND SOCIETY ACTIONS
A New “Puzzler” Tree Species ..................................................................................... 2
FEATURE ARTICLES
Pockets Full of Forest: Locating, Investigating, and Documenting Remnants of Old-Growth Forests
and Pockets of Otherwise Rare or Unusual Forests in Pennsylvania ........................................... 3
Edward Forrest Frank, Eastern Native Tree Society

FIELD REPORTS
Ancient Cypress of the Carolina Coastal Plain ................................................................... 17
Kathryn P. Wolff, David W. Stahle, and Dan Griffin, Tree-Ring Laboratory, Department of
Geosciences, University of Arkansas

A Visit to Sigurd, Grandfather, and Thoreau .................................................................... 20
Robert T. Leverett, Founder, Eastern Native Tree Society

FOUNDER’S CORNER
Updates in Dendromorphometry .................................................................................. 28
Robert T. Leverett, Founder, Eastern Native Tree Society

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS ............................................................................. 29
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