eNTS Magazine February 2013

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#1)  eNTS Magazine February 2013

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http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2013/NTS_February2013.pdf


In three 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


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.

Don Leopold's Dendrology Playlist        10
Miranda Gibson in Eucalyptus tree for over a year        10
23rd Annual North American Dendroecological Fieldweek        11
Re: European beech forests        12
Re: European beech forests        12
Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        12
Re: Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        14
Re: Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        14
Re: Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        14
Re: Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        14
Re: Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        15
Re: Cemetery Willow Oak Rock Hill, SC        15
Hey everyone!        15
Re: Doing Battle with Cedars (to benefit oaks) , NE        15
Hi Folks        17
Newbie tree ID request        17
Re: Newbie tree ID request        17
Re: Newbie tree ID request        17
Re: Newbie tree ID request        17
Re: Newbie tree ID request        17
Impressive Bur Oak (SW Ohio)        18
Re: Impressive Bur Oak (SW Ohio)        23
Presentation in Warren Sat., 2/16 on Allegheny's Big Trees        23
Appalachian Face-lift        24
Re: Appalachian Face-lift        24
The world's most biomass-dense forests        25
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests        27
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests        27
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests        28
Re: The world's most biomass-dense forests        28
7th International Oak Society Conference, Bordeaux, France        29
Re: 7th International Oak Society Conference, Bordeaux, Fran        34
Re: 7th International Oak Society Conference, Bordeaux, Fran        36
Pawtuckaway S.F. New Hampshire        37
Re: We need to do things like this!        39
Re: We need to do things like this!        39
Re: We need to do things like this!        41
Re: We need to do things like this!        41
Tad Bowman Photography        41
Setting up a GPS Arboretum        42
Re: Setting up a GPS Arboretum        42
Re: Setting up a GPS Arboretum        42
Re: Calvary Episcopal Church, Fletcher, NC        43
Kellogg Center UNCA        44
Exchange Club Park, Hillsborough, NC        46
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights?        51
Re: American Chestnut maximum heights?        51
Bigness Measures - Revisiting Crown Area        52
Re: Bigness Measures        52
Re: Bigness Measures        52
Re: Photo Measurements        53
Re: Photo Measurements        53
Re: Photo Measurements        54
Re: Photo Measurements        54
Hemlock Aldelgid, Treatments!        54
Re: Hemlock Aldelgid, Treatments!        55
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        55
Unconditional Love Video        55
Torrey Pine on Google Maps        55
Michigan Max Tree List        56
Re: Michigan Max Tree List        56
Re: Michigan Max Tree List        56
Re: Michigan Max Tree List        57
Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        57
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        58
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        58
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        58
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        59
Densitometer        60
Re: Densitometer        60
Torrey Pine on Google Maps        61
Re: Torrey Pine on Google Maps        61
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        61
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        61
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        62
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        62
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        62
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        62
Re: The tallest tree of Europe?        63
Hendersonville, Flat Rock and Environs, NC        64
Re: Metasequoia Glyptostroboides (Dawn Redwood)        64
Mountains-to-Sea Trail        65
Elk Pen Trail, Big Ivy (Coleman Boundary) North Carolina        65
New Member, Michigan        66
Re: Native American Trail Marker Trees        66
Re: Native American Trail Marker Trees        68
Re: Native American Trail Marker Trees        68
What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered plant?        69
Re: What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered pl        69
Re: What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered pl        70
Re: What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered pl        70
Re: What is the "value" of a rare, endemic, or endangered pl        70
Trees falling in Hurricane Sandy        71
Heath tunnels        71
Re: Heath tunnels        71
Introducing myself        71
Live Oaks in Vacherie Louisiana Part I Laura Plantation        72
Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        75
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        75
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        76
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        76
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        76
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        77
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        77
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        77
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        77
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        78
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        78
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        79
Re: Why trees can't grow taller than 100 metres        79
Introduction Dennis Crowe        80
Albino Redwoods        80
Re: Albino Redwoods        82
Re: Albino Redwoods        83
Re: Tallest Tree South Of SF Bay Confirmed        84
Re: Oregon Caves Douglas Fir, OR        85
North Syracuse Oak Groves Height Update        85
Re: North Syracuse Oak Groves Height Update        87
Re: Impressive Bur Oaks (SW Ohio)        87
Saint John in the Wilderness Church, Flat Rock, NC        89
Another Carolina hemlock site in Ohio        89
Re: Another Carolina hemlock site in Ohio        89
Re: Another Carolina hemlock site in Ohio        92
Re: Another Carolina hemlock site in Ohio        92
Re: Exchange Club Park, Hillsborough, NC        93
NY Bot. Garden Tree Photos        93
Re: The Trsteno Planes - largest trees of Europe?        93
360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative trees        94
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        95
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        95
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        95
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        96
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        96
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        96
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        97
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        97
Re: 360 Panorama app - great way to showcase superlative tre        98
"Global Warming's Terrifying New Math"        98
"Science of Dendrology" Seminar in Maine        98
Nanjiabawa Virgin Forest, Tibet        99
Taiwan        99
Friendly reminder to budding measurers        100
Re: We need to do things like this!        100
Re: We need to do things like this!        100
Re: We need to do things like this!        101
Re: We need to do things like this!        101
Re: We need to do things like this!        102
Re: We need to do things like this!        102
Serious industrial hemp movement gathering momentum        102
Getting serious about big tree lists        103
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        103
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        104
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        104
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        104
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        106
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        106
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        106
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        106
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        107
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        107
Re: Getting serious about big tree lists        108
Re: What qualifies as an Autopoietic Forest        108
Re: What qualifies as an Autopoietic Forest        108
Urban Old Growth        109
Re: What is Urban Old Growth?        109
Re: What is Urban Old Growth?        110
Re: What is Urban Old Growth?        110
Re: What is Urban Old Growth?        110
Re: What is Urban Old Growth?        110
Re: What is Urban Old Growth?        111
Pulp-O-Matic Cover        111
Re: "National Champion Sycamore"        111
Re: America Forests latest edition        112
Wayback Machine        112
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        113
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        113
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        113
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        114
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        114
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        114
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        115
Re: Revisiting Crown Area        115
Just about 80 feet short        116
Re: Just about 80 feet short        116
Neil Pederson on Nyssa sylvatica        117
Regional species pools        117
Nemophilist        118
Tribbett Woods Nature Preserve (IN)        118
Re: Tribbett Woods Nature Preserve (IN)        120
Re: Tribbett Woods Nature Preserve (IN)        120
Presentation in Warren Sat., 2/16 on Allegheny's Big Trees        120
Re: Presentation in Warren Sat., 2/16 on Allegheny's Big Tre        121
Re: Presentation in Warren Sat., 2/16 on Allegheny's Big Tre        122
Kaesa's Pine, Broad Brook, MA        122
Re: Kaesa's Pine, Broad Brook, MA        123
Re: Kaesa's Pine, Broad Brook, MA        124
Cedar Hollow's Common Hackberry, PA        124
Re: Cedar Hollow's Common Hackberry        125
Re: Cedar Hollow's Common Hackberry        126
Re: Cedar Hollow's Common Hackberry, PA        126
Re: Cedar Hollow's Common Hackberry, PA        126
Fused redwoods        127
Re: Fused redwoods        129
Re: Fused redwoods        130
Re: Fused redwoods        130
Re: Fused redwoods        131
Re: Fused redwoods        132
Re: Fused redwoods        133
La Pine ponderosa likely top of class, OR        137
Re: La Pine ponderosa likely top of class, OR        137
Live Oaks in Vacherie Louisiana Part 2 Oak Alley        137
Re: Live Oaks in Vacherie Louisiana Part 2 Oak Alley        140
Re: Live Oaks in Vacherie Louisiana Part 2 Oak Alley        141
Re: Live Oaks in Vacherie Louisiana Part 2 Oak Alley        141
Live Oaks in Vacherie Louisiana Part III Felicity Plantation        141
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