eNTS Magazine April 2013

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#1)  eNTS Magazine April 2013

Postby edfrank » Wed May 01, 2013 8:13 am

eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society,
Volume 3, Number 04, March 2014

               
                       
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http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2013/NTS_April2013.pdf



In four parts:

http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2013/NTS_April2013_01.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2013/NTS_April2013_02.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2013/NTS_April2013_03.pdf
http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2013/NTS_April2013_04.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.


Contents
Broad Brook MA        11
Re: Broad Brook MA        12
Re: Fused redwoods        13
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        14
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        14
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        14
What should I look for in Marshall Forest, Rome, Georgia?        14
Re: What should I look for in Marshall Forest, Rome, Georgia        15
Re: Greensboro-The Grande/Bluffs Neighborhoods        15
Re: Metasequoia Glyptostroboides (Dawn Redwood)        16
Re: Chattooga River, SC        16
Re: Chattooga River, SC        17
Need help with Ulmus ID        17
Re: Guilford Courthouse-Greensboro, NC        20
Intro Bill Brighoff        20
Wikipedia Articles        21
Tree measurement        21
Tree height measurement        36
Tree girth measurement        48
Tree crown measurement        56
Tree volume measurement        64
Re: Wikipedia Articles        75
Re: Wikipedia Articles        75
Re: Wikipedia Articles        75
Re: Old Growth Forest        76
Re: Fused redwoods        76
Re: Fused redwoods        78
Re: Fused redwoods        78
Wilmington, NC        79
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        80
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        81
Re: Photo Measuring for Trunk Modeling        81
Magnolia Lake Bald Cypress, NJ        81
A very nice yellow birch, MA        82
Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos...        82
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos...        83
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos...        85
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos...        85
Re: Field Report, my first trip to the redwoods w/photos...        86
April 10 Premier of Shinrin-yoku (Forest Bathing)        86
Vernal Pool & Wood Frogs        87
Dexter Elm, Malden, MA        88
Re: Dexter Elm, Malden, MA        90
Re: Dexter Elm, Malden, MA        90
Re: Tall Freeman maple, OH        90
Airlie Gardens, Wilmington, NC        91
Re: Airlie Gardens, Wilmington        92
Old Black Gum? (NY)        95
Re: Old Black Gum?        96
MYSTERY HIGH BOLE BARK CRACKING        97
Re: MYSTERY HIGH BOLE BARK CRACKING        97
Re: MYSTERY HIGH BOLE BARK CRACKING        98
Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        98
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        99
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        99
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        100
Help identifying 3 shrubs I found growing in Marshall Forest, GA        100
Re: Help identifying 3 shrubs I found growing in Marshall Forest, GA        101
Mass Champion Cottonwood        102
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        102
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        102
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        103
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        103
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        103
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        104
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        104
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        104
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        105
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        105
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        105
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        106
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        106
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        106
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        107
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        107
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        107
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        108
Re: Mass Champion Cottonwood        108
Charlottesville Airport Oak, VA        109
Re: Charlottesville Airport Oak        110
Re: Charlottesville Airport Oak        110
"Natural forests" in Europe - a very short survey        111
Re: "Natural forests" in Europe - a very short survey        111
Re: "Natural forests" in Europe - a very short survey        112
AFA Tree Measuring Guidelines Working Group        112
Re: AFA Tree Measuring Guidelines Working Group        112
Re: Tree Humor        113
Re: Tall European trees        113
Parkway scenes, VA        115
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Carolina Buckthorn        115
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Carolina Buckthorn        116
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Carolina Buckthorn        117
Trapezoid Method Continued        117
Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA        118
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA        119
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA        120
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA        120
Re: Blue Ridge Parkway Tuliptree Search, VA        120
New Comparison Monocular vs Photo Meas        121
Tree of the Week Spreadsheet and Guidelines        122
Return to Baxter Creek, GSMNP        123
Re: Return to Baxter Creek        124
Porters Creek Ramble, GSMNP        124
Re: Porters Creek Ramble        126
Re: Porters Creek Ramble        126
The "Official" Redwoods Topic ;-)        126
Earth Day at Cook Forest State Park        129
Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir        130
Re: Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas        130
Re: Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas        130
Re: Another future tree of the week: Rocky Mountain Douglas        131
Re: Where goats Come From        131
Re: Where goats Come From        131
Videos of Old-Growth Oak Forest on Holston Mountain, TN        132
Alum Cave - GSMNP        133
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP        136
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP        139
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP        140
Re: Alum Cave - GSMNP        141
The Pontfadog Oak, Wales Has Fallen        141
Re: The Pontfadog Oak, Wales Has Fallen        143
A giant sequoia Wendell Flint would liked to have measured        143
Biltmore Village, NC        145
Queens Giant Tulip Poplar        145
Re: Queens Giant Tulip Poplar        146
Re: Queens Giant Tulip Poplar        146
Re: Queens Giant Tulip Poplar        146
Pequannock Watershed old-growth ancient hemlocks        146
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak        147
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak        147
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak        147
Tree of the Week: Bur Oak        147
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak        148
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Bur Oak        148
Bonsai Experiment        149
Thick VA Pine, Lake Louise, Weaverville        150
Re: Thick VA Pine, Lake Louise, Weaverville        151
Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen        151
Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth Aspen        151
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen        151
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen        152
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen        152
Re: Tree Maximums: Tree of the Week: Bigtooth aspen        152
Auburn Oaks.        153
Catskill Reunion (NY)        153
Re: Catskill Reunion        157
Re: Catskill Reunion        157
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Common Hackberry        158
Future Tree of the week: Pinus Ponderosa var. Scopulorum        158
Re: Future Tree of the week: Pinus Ponderosa var. Scopulorum        159
Potential National Champion Carolina hemlock D.O.A        159
Re: Potential National Champion Carolina hemlock D.O.A        160
Re: Potential National Champion Carolina hemlock D.O.A        160
BRPW White Pine Report        161
Re: BRPW White Pine Report        161
Re: BRPW White Pine Report        162
Re: BRPW White Pine Report        162
Re: BRPW White Pine Report        162
Re: BRPW White Pine Report        162
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Eastern White Pine        163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        163
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        164
Re: Max Height List - Tree of the Week: Pinus strobus        164
Widen, WV Yellow-poplar        164
Re: Widen, WV Yellow-poplar        165
Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut        166
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut        167
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut        168
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut        168
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut        168
Re: Tree Maximums - Tree of the Week: Black Walnut        169
Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine        169
Re: Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine        172
Re: Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine        173
Re: Boogerman Loop and "new" 180' white pine        173
A look at a multi-stem silver maple        173
Re: A look at a multi-stem silver maple        175
Re: A look at a multi-stem silver maple        176
Moses Cone Memorial park, BRPW        176
Johnson Nature Preserve (OH) - 14 years after Tornado        178
Re: Johnson Nature Preserve (OH) - 14 years after Tornado        180
Re: Johnson Nature Preserve (OH) - 14 years after Tornado        180
Trip Summary - GSMNP        181
Eastern Red Cedar-Handsboro Ms        182
Re: Eastern Red Cedar-Handsboro Ms        185
Re: Eastern Red Cedar-Handsboro Ms        185
Bummer in Mohawk        185
Re: Bummer in Mohawk        186
Re: Bummer in Mohawk        186
Re: Bummer in Mohawk        186
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail        186
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail        187
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail        187
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail        188
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail        188
Re: Mountains-to-Sea Trail        188
Measuring the Champ        189
Re: Measuring the Champ        189
Re: Measuring the Champ        189
Something to mull over on doubles        189
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        191
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        191
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        192
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        193
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        193
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        195
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        195
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        195
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        196
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        197
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        197
Re: Something to mull over on doubles        198
Cloning Ancient Trees        199
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        199
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        199
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        200
Re: Cloning Ancient Trees        201
‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        201
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        201
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        202
Re: ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support        202
Robinson State Park, MA        203
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882        203
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882        204
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882        204
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882        204
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882        205
Re: Robert Ridgway article from 1882        205
Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce        206
Re: Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce        206
Re: Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce        206
Re: Candidate for Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce        206
Persistence in finding the top        207
External Links:        209

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#2)  Re: eNTS Magazine April 2013

Postby dbhguru » Wed May 01, 2013 8:31 am

Ed,

   I looked at the magazine and my eyes bulged out. Holy Smokes! What a volume of tree material stretching from A to Z. Congratulations and thanks.

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#3)  Re: eNTS Magazine April 2013

Postby edfrank » Wed May 01, 2013 8:45 am

This one was bulked out somewhat because I opted to include a copy of the five Wikipedia articles as they stand now in the test.
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