eNTS Magazine August - December 2013

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#1)  eNTS Magazine August - December 2013

Postby edfrank » Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:19 pm

eNTS Magazine August - Decemebr 2013
Volume 3, No. 8


               
                       
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Table of Contents
Red Pine Fire Scars        8
Re: Red Pine Fire Scars        8
Re: Red Pine Fire Scars        9
Re: World's tallest pine forest annihilated ?        11
Re: World's tallest pine forest annihilated ?        11
Hemlock wound scars        11
Re: American chestnut        12
Update on Tall Trees Threatened By Rim Fire        14
Dissection of red maple fusion        14
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        19
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        20
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        21
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        21
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        21
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        22
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        22
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        22
Re: Dissection of red maple fusion        23
Pleistocene Chestnut Woodlands        23
Re: Pleistocene Chestnut Woodlands        24
The Ash Search Has Begun, MTSF        24
Short visit to Mammuth Cave National Park        27
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        28
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        28
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        29
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        29
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        29
Re: Hemlock Wooly Adelgid found at Cook Forest SP, PA        30
Huge Cathedral Redwood / Fairy Ring        30
Re: Huge Cathedral Redwood / Fairy Ring        30
Re: Huge Cathedral Redwood / Fairy Ring        31
Measuring Equipment Modification Ideas        31
Re: Measuring Equipment Modification Ideas        33
Re: Measuring Equipment Modification Ideas        34
Re: Measuring Equipment Modification Ideas        34
Camp Creek, GA LiDAR        34
Smith Falls State Park, Nebraska        35
Saheda Pine Climb, Mohawk Trail State Forest, MA        39
The tallest tree of Germany        39
Re: The tallest tree of Germany        39
Re: The tallest tree of Germany        39
Re: The tallest tree of Germany        40
Re: The tallest tree of Germany        40
Re: The tallest tree of Germany        40
Re: The tallest tree of Germany        41
Volunteers needed for big tree certification        41
Re: Volunteers needed for big tree certification        42
Re: Tallest three eastern sites compared        42
Cosine method        43
Re: Cosine method        43
Re: Cosine method        44
#10)  Re: Cosine method        45
Re: 2013 Tree Climbers International/NTS Event October 9-14        46
American Hornbeam        47
Re: American Hornbeam        47
#13)  Re: American Hornbeam        47
Re: American Hornbeam        48
Re: American Hornbeam        49
Re: American Hornbeam        49
Re: American Hornbeam        50
Re: American Hornbeam        50
Re: American Hornbeam        51
Re: American Hornbeam        51
Re: American Hornbeam        51
West Chazy NY cottonwoods        51
tree climbing in the Tionesta old-growth        52
Re: tree climbing in the Tionesta old-growth        53
TCI-NTS Event - After Thoughts        54
Re: TCI-NTS Event - After Thoughts        54
Re: TCI-NTS Event - After Thoughts        54
Sequoia with unusual base structure        56
Soundcard: Stone pine, Sicily        59
American Forests MGWG        59
Re: American Forests MGWG        59
Long Live Saheda        60
Nov 3 & 7 Hemlock Project: New Music & Environmental Science        63
Defining crown spread        65
Hemlocks at Calli Nature Preserve (IN)        66
Re: Hemlocks at Calli Nature Preserve (IN)        66
Re: Hemlocks at Calli Nature Preserve (IN)        69
Largest elm in NY        70
Re: Largest elm in NY        70
Blue Church, Prescott, On Sept. 19, 2013        70
Vine identification        71
Re: Vine identification        72
Re: Vine identification        73
N P Dodge Memorial Park, NE        74
A nice basswood near Omaha        75
River Valley OHV Area, IA        76
Last Days of a Noble Bur Oak, Delaware, OH        79
Re: Last Days of a Noble Bur Oak, Delaware, OH        80
Gold fall foliage        80
Charleston Ashley River Plantations Rucker        83
The Treasures of Upstate New York        83
Re: The Treasures of Upstate New York        88
Loblolly Pines at Simpsonwood (GA)        89
Return to the Glen        91
Magnolia Plantation, Charleston, SC        92
Drayton Hall, Charleston, SC        96
Re: Drayton Hall, Charleston, SC        98
Climate info for database trees        98
Buried Leaves Reveal Precolonial Eastern U.S. Forests        99
Quetico Provincial Park        99
Large Atlantic White Cedar found today.        103
Old Growth report, Bear Swamp East explored w/pictures        104
AF MGWG Report        108
NTS Organizational Update        108
Updated Live Oak Listing        109
Delta National Forest Part I Sweetgum Natural Research Area        109
Sipsey Wilderness in November        113
State Champion Tulip, KY's tallest        119
SeeLevel vs 3-Point Tan Method        121
Re: SeeLevel vs 3-Point Tan Method        121
Re: Greensboro-The Grande/Bluffs Neighborhoods        123
Pinchot        123
Stout Grove Jedediah Smith Redwoods SP        125
New State Champ Bitternut Hickory        127
New State Champ Shumard Oak        127
Big Black Spruce        128
Black Hills trip        130
New Tallest Tree--Britain and Northern Europe        136
Re: New Tallest Tree--Britain and Northern Europe        136
2 amazing Southern Live Oaks in Florida        136
Black Hills forests        137
Jay Cooke State Park        143
Re: Jay Cooke State Park        148
Fall Brook Natural Area, Salt Springs State Park, PA        149
South Dakota limber pines        149
My Rangefinders TruPulse200X, Leica and Nikon        153
Re: My Rangefinders TruPulse200X, Leica and Nikon        157
Iphone Theodolite        158
big tulip trees        159
Canary Island pine – the tallest pine of Europe… or Africa        164
Girthy Swamp White Oak (SW OH)        169
Re: Girthy Swamp White Oak (SW OH)        170
Re: Girthy Swamp White Oak (SW OH)        171
Costa Rica Big Trees in our neighborhoud        173
Maximum Dimension List - WV - 2013        175
Croft State Park, Spartanburg, SC        175
Death Valley Cottonwood        176
French Creek, SD        176
Re: French Creek, SD        181
Sielbeck Forest State Natural Area, IL        182
Huge Trees of Carara National Park Costa Rica        184
Re: Huge Trees of Carara National Park Costa Rica        186
Salmon Rover, Idaho 2013        188
Whitesboro Red Oak, NY        190
The passing of a great Ent        191
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#2)  Re: eNTS Magazine August - December 2013

Postby edfrank » Sat Aug 30, 2014 3:34 pm

I see I have missed a few nice posts from later in 2013.  Some of these will be included in the next issue of the magazine.  The magazine is meant to be a highlight of the posts to the BBS, so not every post made to the BBS is included.  If there is one in particular that I have left out that you particularly want to see, email me and I will add it to the next issue of the magazine.  I see the eNTS magazine as being published twice a year from this last issue going forward.
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