eNTS Magazine April-June 2014

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#1)  eNTS Magazine April-June 2014

Postby edfrank » Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:01 am

eNTS Magazine April - June 2014

               
                       
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http://www.nativetreesociety.org/magazine/2014/NTS_April-June2014.pdf

Contents
Big tree in Cape May Court House, NJ        8
Stately Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) ~10 km NW of Aylmer        8
Rushing Stream Preserve Old Growth- WNY        9
Re: Rushing Stream Preserve Old Growth- WNY        14
Re: Dyerville Giant        20
Costa Rica's high altitude oak forests        21
Re: Costa Rica's high altitude oak forests        23
Very Large Rock Elm (Ulmus thomasii) in Merrickville        24
Martha's Vineyard        25
Re: Martha's Vineyard        29
Song  of Norway Spruce, April 2014        29
Big Rock Elm in Hartington        30
Why big trees? My personal story.        32
Re: Why big trees? My personal story.        33
Re: Why big trees? My personal story.        34
Re: Why big trees? My personal story.        35
Re: Why big trees? My personal story.        35
Re: Why big trees? My personal story.        36
World Premier of "Timberline" April 26th 2014        36
Wassaw Island is virgin. Can't find any tree surveys        38
Re: Wassaw Island is virgin. Can't find any tree surveys        38
Re: Wassaw Island is virgin. Can't find any tree surveys        38
Re: Richmond: Hollywood Cemetery        41
Moro Creek Bottoms Natural Area, AR        42
Miami Whitewater Forest (OH)        47
Re: Miami Whitewater Forest (OH)        48
Some international scientific recognition for the NTS        49
Tionesta Research Natural Area        50
#3)  Re: Tionesta Research Natural Area        52
Re: Tionesta Research Natural Area        52
Visit to Fork Ridge Tulip Poplar and nearby LIDAR hits        52
Hawthorns of Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge, AR        61
Latest on America Forests Work Group        66
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY        66
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY        67
Re: Washington Grove City Park, NY        68
Giant Sycamore in Mingo Creek Park Badly Damaged        76
Wolsfeld Woods SNA, MN        78
Natural History of Costa Rica's High Altitude Cloud Forest        81
#5)  Re: Natural History of Costa Rica's High Altitude Cloud Fore        87
Lawrence Woods State Nature Preserve (OH)        88
Re: Cathedral Pines of 7th Lake        93
Mount Tom Tree Project, MA        99
Re: Mount Tom Tree Project        100
US Champ White Oak--an arborist's view        101
OH State Champ N Red Oak        101
Re: OH State Champ N Red Oak        102
Re: OH State Champ N Red Oak        104
big trees and flooding in Maryland        104
The Missing Piece        104
Re: The Missing Piece        106
Selkirk Shores State Park, Oswego County, Apr. 2014        107
Here are some photos of the forest at Selkirk Shores:        108
Liverpool School Maple Grove Apr. 2014        111
Re: Liverpool School Maple Grove Apr. 2014        113
Re: Liverpool School Maple Grove Apr. 2014        113
Quincy Hill Park - Parkersburg, WV        115
City Park, Parkersburg, WV        116
Blennerhassett island sycamore 37ft CBH        118
Largest Tree In Minnesota        119
Re: Sosbee Cove, Chattahoochee NF, GA        120
Donaldson's Woods (IN)        121
Old Mans Cave does its best Narnia impression        125
Re: Old Mans Cave does it best Narnia impression        128
Costa Rica: Astounding high altitude "Grandfather Oak"        129
Re: Costa Rica: Astounding high altitude "Grandfather Oak"        135
Re: Costa Rica: Astounding high altitude "Grandfather Oak"        135
Adirondacks and Lake Champlain        136
Nanjiabawa Virgin Forest, Tibet        138
Sunrise Carriage Trail        138
Bradley County Park, AR        140
Adirondack Project        141
Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park        141
Old Growth Forests, Important Trees in Lowland        143
Bonsai Experiment        144
Re: Bonsai Experiment        145
Cold enough to kill emerald ash borer?        147
Re: Cold enough to kill emerald ash borer?        148
Re: Cold enough to kill emerald ash borer?        148
Came across a new potential tract (or2trees) far southern NJ        149
Re: Came across a new potential tract (or2trees) far souther        149
Olympic National Park’s Kalaloch Cedar Destroyed by Storm        152
Liverpool School Maple Grove May 2014        152
Adirondack Discoveries        154
Old growth report, Saddlers Woods        155
Re: Old growth report, Saddlers Woods        158
Reintroduction and Maple Tree        158
130-footer Club for Massachusetts        159
unknown tree in Hammonton, NJ        159
Brookgreen Gardens        160
Growth Ring Volume Estimate        161
Re: Growth Ring Volume Estimate        162
Re: Growth Ring Volume Estimate        163
Re: Growth Ring Volume Estimate        164
Re: Growth Ring Volume Estimate        164
Re: Growth Ring Volume Estimate        164
Ohanapecosh, Mt Rainier NP        166
A South Carolina Live Oak        172
St. Joseph Plantation Live Oaks Vachiere Louisiana        174
Chesapeake, Virginia Live Oak        182
Test of AF-NTS Excel workbook for crown spread        183
Taking the pain out of tree measurement calculations        183
2nd largest Coast Redwood        184
Re: 2nd largest Coast Redwood        185
Re: 2nd largest Coast Redwood        185
Re: 2nd largest Coast Redwood        186
Re: 2nd largest Coast Redwood        186
Poison Springs SF Sand Barren & Oak-Pine Forest Preserve, AR        188
Re: Poison Springs SF Sand Barren & Oak-Pine Forest Preserve        191
A Tree Journal        192
Re: A Tree Journal        194
Re: A Tree Journal        194
Re: A Tree Journal        195
Matt        195
Coast Redwood bigger than average        196
Anyone been to Zoar Valley, NY lately?        197
Re: Anyone been to Zoar lately?        197
Re: Anyone been to Zoar lately?        200
Best Central NY Sites for Tree Species        201
Handicapped accessible old growth?        202
Re: andicapped accessible old growth?        202
Re: Handicapped accessible old growth?        202
Re: Handicapped accessible old growth?        202
Re: Handicapped accessible old growth?        203
New tallest conifer of Europe        204
Crown Area Calculator        204
Hamilton Ridge Wildlife Management Area, SC        206
Tallest Northern California Eucalyptus        209
The Sermon on the Mount Todd        209
CrownSpreadExternalBaselineCalculator        210
Future Tree of the week: Pinus Ponderosa var. Scopulorum        210
Re: Future Tree of the week: Pinus Ponderosa var. Scopulorum        210
The big trees of Winterthur Gardens        213
The Bart and Bob Show        216
Big Red Oak in Shenandoah        217
Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton, NY        219
huge Sycamore in Burlington, NJ        220
Webb Wildlife Management Area, SC        222
Fort Hill, Ohio        225
Hiawatha Pine in MTSF        226
Bennett Beach Park, Evans NY        227
California Woods (OH)        232
Re: California Woods (OH)        236
Cook Forest Photos        237
30 ft. Prism Pole        237
Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredonia, NY        239
Re: Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredonia, NY        241
Re: Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredonia, NY        244
259' - New California Height Champion For Ponderosa        245
Re: 259' - New California Height Champion For Ponderosa        246
huge trees in Tennessee        248
Giant Ponderosa found in Stanislaus National Forest        249
Where have we found record trees?        251
Fuertes Bird Sanctuary, NY        252
The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of it..        253
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of        253
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of        254
Re: The Floyd Otter Sequoia, third largest?? Never heard of        255



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#2)  Re: eNTS Magazine April-June 2014

Postby Larry Tucei » Mon Sep 01, 2014 6:25 pm

Ed- Great job of compiling all these posts from the past few months.  Larry
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