Rucker Comparisons

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Re: Rucker Comparisons

Post by bbeduhn » Fri Sep 25, 2020 3:02 pm

Ohio River Watersheds (most are represented in the larger rivers)

1. Youghiogheny River, PA
RHI 10 = 137.64 41.95m
RHI 5 = 142.10 43.31m

1. Tuliptree L. tulipifera 152.0' 46.33m
2. White Pine P. strobus 141.5' 43.13m
3. Black Cherry P. serotina 140.0' 42.67m
4. Am Basswood T. americana 139.0' 42.36m R
5. White Ash F. americana 138.0' 42.06m
6. Eastern Hemlock Ts. canadensis 134.5' 40.99m
7. Northern Red Oak Q. rubra 134.4' 40.96m
8. Scarlet Oak Q. coccinea 134.0' 40.84m
9. Am Sycamore P. occidentalis 132.0' 40.23m
10. Am. Beech F. grandifolia 131.0' 39.92m


2. Cheat River, WV
RHI 10 = 135.80 41.39m
RHI 5 = 141.60 43.16m

1. Tulip Poplar L. tulipifera 158.5 48.31m
2. Am Sycamore P. occidentalis 143.0 43.58m
3. Am Basswood T. american 136.5 41.60m
4. Black Cherry P. serotina 135.5 41.30m
5. Green Ash (dead EAB) F. pennsylvanica 134.5' 40.99m
6. Northern Red Oak Q. rubra 134.0' 40.84m
7. Bitternut Hickory C. cordiformis 132.0' 40.23m
8. Pin Oak Q. palustris 130.0' 39.62m
9. Black Oak Q. velutina 127.0' 38.71m
9. White Oak Q. alba 127.0' 38.71m


3. Beaver River, PA
RHI 10 = 131.51' 40.08m
RHI 5 = 137.26' 41.83m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 146.8' 44.74m
2. white ash F. americana 137.7' 41.97m
3. sycamore P. occidentalis 137.5' 41.91m
4. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 132.7' 40.44m
5. cucumbertree M. acuminata 131.6' 40.11m
6. red elm (slippery) U. rubra 128.5' 39.16m
7. sugar maple A. saccharum 127.3' 38.80m
8. Am basswood T. heterophylla 127.1' 38.74m
9. N red oak Q. rubra 123.1' 37.52m
10. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 122.8' 37.43m


4. Great Miami River, OH
Davey Woods Nature Preserve
Measurer: Rand Brown
RHI 10 = 122.50' 37.33m
RHI 5 = 129.64' 39.51m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 136.8' 41.69m
2. E cottonwood P. deltoides 130.3' 39.71m
3. white ash F. americana 129.6' 39.50m
4. black cherry P. serotina 127.5' 38.86m
5. N red oak Q. rubra 124.0' 37.79m
6. black walnut J. nigra 118.6' 36.15m
7. Am basswood T. americana 117.1' 35.69m
8. Am beech F. grandifolia 115.2' 35.11m
9. blue ash F. quadangulata 113.9' 34.71m R
10. sycamore P. occidentalis 107.0' 32.61m



Lake Erie

1. Cattaraugus Creek, NY
RHI 10 = 145.33' 44.29m
RHI 5 = 154.30' 47.03m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 163.5' 49.83m
2. sycamore P. occidentalis 160.2'' 48.82m
3. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 157.5' 48.00m
4. N red oak Q. rubra 146.8' 44.74m
5. white ash F. americana 143.5' 43.73m
6. E cottonwood P. deltoides 142.2' 43.34m
7. white pine P. strobus 140.6' 42.85m
8. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 135.3' 41.24m
9. Am basswood T. heterophylla 132.5' 40.38m
10. black cherry P. serotina 131.2' 39.98m


2. Chagrin River, OH
RHI 10 = 134.70' 41.05m
RHI 5 = 141.96' 43.27m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 162.0' 49.37m
2. N red oak Q. rubra 139.5' 42.52m
3. white ash F. americana 139.3' 42.45m
4. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 136.0' 41.45m
5. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 133.0' 40.53m
6. red elm (slippery) U. rubra 128.6' 39.19m
7. Am beech F. grandifolia 127.7' 38.92m
7. sugar maple A. saccharum 127.7' 38.92m
9. black gum N. sylvatica 127.5' 38.86m
10. Am elm U. americana 125.7' 38.31m


3. Canadaway Creek, NY
RHI 10 = 124.72' 38.01m
RHI 5 = 132.56' 40.40m

1. sycamore P. occidentalis 137.5' 41.91m
2. tuliptree L. tulipifera 134.3' 40.93m
3. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 133.2' 40.60m
4. black cherry P. serotina 132.3' 40.32m
5. E cottonwood P. deltoides 125.5' 38.25m
6. white pine P. strobus 122.5' 37.33m
7. red maple A. rubrum 117.6' 35.84m
8. Norway spruce P. abies 117.0' 35.66m
9. sugar maple A. saccharum 115.5' 35.20m
10. white ash F. americana 115.2' 35.11m


4. Tiffin River, OH
RHI 10 = 123.07' 37.51m
RHI 5 = 128.66' 39.21m

1. E cottonwood P. deltoides 131.1' 39.96m
2. tuliptree L. tulipifera 129.1' 39.35m
3. bur oak Q. macrocarpa 128.6' 39.19m R
4. sycamore P. occidentalis 127.5' 38.86m
5. white ash F. americana 127.0' 38.71m
6. swamp white oak Q. bicolor 119.2' 36.33m
7. shagbark hickory C. ovata 118.3' 36.05m
8. shellbark hickory C. laciniosa 117.6' 35.84m
9. N red oak Q. rubra 116.3' 35.44m
10. Shumard oak Q. shumardii 116.0' 35.35m



Connecticut River

1. Deerfield River, MA
RHI 10 = 140.07' 42.69m
RHI 5 = 152.24' 46.40m

1. white pine P. strobus 176.2' 53.70m
2. white ash F. americana 152.0' 46.33m
3. Norway spruce P. abies 150.5' 45.87m
4. European larch L. decidua 146.0' 44.50m
5. sugar maple A. saccharum 136.5' 41.60m
6. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 132.0' 40.23m
7. Am beech F. grandifolia 128.0' 39.01m
8. N red oak Q. rubra 127.0' 38.71m
9. bigtooth aspen P. grandidentata 126.5' 38.55m R
10. Am basswood T. americana 126.0' 38.40m


2. Housatonic River, MA
RH10 = 126.63' 38.59m
RH5 = 138.88' 42.33m

1. White Pine P. strobus 160.2' 48.82m(Lockwood)
2. White ash F. americana 140.3' 42.76m
3. E. hemlock Ts. canadensis 137.0' 41.75m
4. Shagbark Hickory C. ovata 135.5' 41.30m
5. Black Cherry P. serotina 121.4' 37.00m
6. A. Elm U. americana 121.0' 36.88m
7. A. Basswood T. americana 117.5' 35.81m
8. N. red oak Q. rubra 114.1' 34.77m
9. Sugar Maple A. saccharum 110.4' 33.65m
10. Red maple A. rubrum 109.3' 33.31m


Sugar River, NH
Measurer: Bob Leverett
RHI 10 = 116.52' 35.51m
RHI 5 = 129.02' 39.32m

1. white pine P. strobus 166.1' 50.62m
2. white ash F. americana 125.8' 38.34m
3. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 125.7' 38.31m
4. white oak Q. alba 115.2' 35.11m
5. red maple A. rubrum 112.3' 34.23m
6. silver maple A. saccharinum 110.5' 33.68m
7. Am beech F. grandifolia 104.9' 31.97m
8. sugar maple A. saccharum 103.8' 31.63m
9. N red oak Q. rubra 102.6' 31.27m
10. Am basswood T. americana 98.3' 29.96m

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Re: Rucker Comparisons

Post by bbeduhn » Fri Sep 25, 2020 3:58 pm

This next one will be for medium sized rivers

1. Pigeon River, GSMNP, NC
RHI 10 = 167.57' 51.07m
RHI 5 = 179.76' 54.79m

1. white pine P. strobus 207.0' 63.09m R
2. tuliptree L. tulipifera 186.1' 56.72m
3. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 173.1' 52.76m R
4. white ash F. americana 167.1' 50.93m R
5. sycamore P. occidentalis 165.5' 50.44m R
6. black locust R. pseudoacacia 162.0' 49.37m
7. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 156.3' 47.64m
8. N red oak Q. rubra 155.7' 47.45m
9. cucumbertree M. acuminata 151.9' 46.30m R
10. yellow buckeye A. flava 151.0' 46.02m


2. Lake Keowee composite (excluding Lake Jocassee) Oconee NF, SC
RHI 5 = 164.14' 50.03m
RHI 10 = 158.51' 48.31m
RHI 20 = 150.34' 45.82m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 177.1' 53.98m
2. red hickory C. ovalis 168.2' 51.26m R
3. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 166.3' 50.68m R
4. N red oak Q. rubra 155.4' 47.36m
5. mockernut hickory C. alba 153.7' 46.84m R
6. chestnut oak Q. monrana 153.6' 46.81m R
7. Biltmore ash F. biltmoreana 153.4' 46.81m
7. black locust R. pseudoacacia 153.4' 46.81m
9. pignut hickory C. glabra 152.6' 46.57m
10. sweetgum L. styraciflua 151.4' 46.14m


3. Tuckaseegee River, GSMNP, NC
RHI 10 = 156.79' 47.78m
RHI 5 = 166.20' 50.65m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 191.9' 58.49m
2. black locust R. pseudoacacia 171.8' 52.36m R
3. E hemlock Ts canadensis 156.2' 47.60m
4. sycamore P. occidentalis 155.8' 47.48m
5. red spruce P. rubens 155.3' 47.33m R
6. Biltmore ash F. biltmoreana 148.6' 45.29m
7. white ash F. americana 147.8' 45.05m
8. white pine P. strobus 147.1' 44.83m
9. cucumbertree M. acuminata 146.8' 44.74m
10. white basswood T. heterophylla 146.6' 44.68m



4. Collins Creek, TN
Cumberland Plateau
RHI 10 = 156.82' 47.79m
RHI 5 = 162.92' 49.65m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 170.6' 51.99m
2. red hickory C. ovalis 164.4' 50.11m
3. pignut hickory C. glabra 162.3' 49.47m R
4. sand hickory C. pallida 160.8' 49.01m R
5. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 156.5' 47.70m
6. shagbark hickory C. ovata 154.2' 47.00m R
7. white basswood T. heterophylla 151.7' 46.23m
8. red oak Q. rubra 150.1' 45.75m
8. sweetgum L. styraciflua 150.1' 45.75m
10. mockernut hickory C. alba 147.5' 44.95m


4. Little River, GSMNP, TN
R10 = 153.98' 46.93m
R5 = 162.12' 49.41m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 184.9' 56.35m
2. Biltmore ash F. biltmoreana 162.2' 49.43m R
3. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 160.1' 48.79m
4. sycamore P. occidentalis 154.7' 47.15m
5. white basswood T. heterophylla 151.0' 46.02m
6. N red oak Q. rubra 148.4' 45.23m
7. black cherry P. serotina 146.2' 44.56m
8. cucumbertree M. acuminata 145.0' 44.19m
9. yellow buckeye A. flava 144.1' 43.92m
10. red maple A. rubrum 143.2' 43.64m R


5. Little Pigeon, GSMNP, TN
Mountains
R10 = 151.18' 46.08m
R5 = 159.94' 48.75m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 173.4' 52.85m
2. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 165.9' 50.56m
3. yellow buckeye A. flava 157.3' 47.94m
4. red spruce P. rubens 154.7' 47.15m
5. black locust R. pseudoacacia 152.1' 46.36m
6. sugar maple A. saccharum 151.0' 46.02m R
7. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 147.5' 44.95m
8. black cherry P. serotina 146.0' 44.50m
9. white ash F. americana 143.5' 43.73m
10. red maple A. rubrum 142.6' 43.46m


6. Lake Jocassee, Jocassee Gorges, SC
RHI 10 = 151.14' 46.06m
RHI 5 = 158.78' 48.39m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 177.6' 54.13m
2. white pine P. strobus 163.7' 49.89m
3. N red oak Q. rubra 154.7' 47.15m
4. cucumbertree M. acuminata 149.0' 45.41'
5. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 148.9' 45.38'
6. sweetgum L. styraciflua 146.7' 44.71'
7. black locust R, pseudoacacia 146.0' 44.50m
8. white oak Q. alba 145.2' 44.25m
9. pignut hickory C. glabra 140.0' 42.67m
10. mockernut hickory C. alba 139.6' 42.55m


7. Chattooga River, Chattahoochee NF, GA and Oconee NF, SC
RHI 5 = 159.82' 48.71m
RHI 10 = 150.01' 45.72m
RHI 15 = 143.97' 43.88m
RHI 20 =138.91' 42.34m

1. white pine P. strobus 185.8' 56.63m
2. E hemlock Ts. camadensis 168.9' 51.48m
3. pignut hickory C. glabra 149.3' 45.50m
4. white ash F. americana 148.6' 45.29m
5. tuliptree L. tulipifera 146.5' 44.65m
6. pitch pine P. rigida 146.4' 44.62m R
7. shortleaf pine P. echinata 144.2' 43.95m
8. black locust R. pseudoacacia 137.9' 42.03m
9. N red oak Q. rubra 136.4' 41.57m
10. Am beech F. grandifolia 136.1' 41.48m


8. Abrams Creek, GSMNP, TN
RHI 10 = 148.81' 45.35m
RHI 5 = 159.96' 48.75m

1. white pine P. strobus 175.0' 53.34m
2. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 163.8' 49.92m
3. tuliptree L. tulipifera 160.1' 48.79m
4. pignut hickory C. glabra 151.4' 46.14m
5. shagbark hickory C. ovata 149.5' 45.56m
6. shortleaf pine P. echinata 149.2' 45.47m R
7. chestnut oak Q. montana 144.4' 44.01m
8. sycamore P. occidentalis 137.2' 41.81m
9. pitch pine P. rigida 135.4' 41.27m
10. Am beech F. grandifolia 122.1' 37.21m


9. Elk River, WV
RHI 10 = 148.04' 45.12m
RHI 5 = 160.58' 48.94m

1. yellow buckeye A. flava 177.6' 54.13m R
2. tuliptree L. tulipifera 173.2' 52.51m
3. white pine P. strobus 155.2' 47.30m
4. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 149.3' 45.50m
5. white basswood T. heterophylla 147.6' 44.98m
6. black cherry P. serotina 140.8' 42.91m
7. white ash F. americana 137.8' 42.00m
8. N red oak Q. rubra 136.2' 41.51m
9. red maple A. rubrum 133.6' 40.72m
10. shagbark hickory C. ovata 129.1' 39.35m


10. Tallulah River, GA
RHI 10 = 148.01' 45.11m
RHI 5 = 156.80' 47.79m

1. white pine P. strobus 172.7' 52.63m
2. sand hickory C. pallida 156.9' 47.82m
3. tuliptree L. tulipifera 156.8' 47.79m
4. N red oak Q. rubra 149.1' 45.44m
5. chestnut oak Q. montana 148.5' 45.26m
6. pignut hickory C. glabra 144.2' 43.95m
7. mockernut hickory C. alba 141.6' 43.16m
8. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 137.9' 42.03m
9. black cherry P. serotina 137.5' 41.91m
10. sycamore P. occidentalis 134.9' 41.11m


11. Catawba River, Pisgah NF, NC and SC
RHI 5 = 155.86' 47.50m
RHI 10 = 147.56 44.97m
RHI 20 = 137.71' 41.97m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 183.0' 55.77m
2. white pine P. strobus 170.3' 51.90m
3. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 142.7' 43.49m
4. chestnut oak Q. montana 142.5' 43.43m
5. white oak Q. alba 140.8' 42.91m
6. red hickory C. ovalis 140.4' 42.79m
7. N red oak Q. rubra 139.8' 42.61m
8. sycamore P. occidentalis 139.7' 42.58m
9. black walnut J. nigra 138.9' 42.33m
10. pignut hickory C. glabra 137.5' 41.91m


12. Schuylkill, PA
RHI 10 = 146.67 44.70m
RHI 5 = 153.74' 46.86m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 162.3' 49.47m
2. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 156.1' 47.58m
3. white pine P. strobus 154.1' 46.97m
4. sycamore P. occidentalis 149.4' 45.53m
5. London planetree P. x acerifolia 146.8' 44.74m R
6. green ash F. pennsylvanica 146.4' 44.62m R
7. Norway spruce P. abies 140.9' 42.94m
8. E. hemlock Ts. canadensis 138.8' 42.30m
9. black oak Q. velutina 136.0' 41.45m
10. N red oak Q. rubra 135.9' 41.42m


13. Cuyahoga River, OH
R10 = 145.45' 44.33m
R5 = 153.82' 46.88m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 172.0' 52.42m
2. sycamore P. occidentalis 154.9' 47.21m
3. black cherry P. serotina 152.2' 46.39m R
4. N red oak Q. rubra 146.0' 44.50m
5. London planetree P. x acerifolia 144.0' 43.89m
6. E cottonwood P. deltoides 143.4' 43.70m
7. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 141.8' 43.22m
8. Am beech F. grandifolia 135.2' 41.20m
9. black walnut J. nigra 133.0' 40.53m
10. cucumbertree M. acuminata 132.0' 40.23m


14. Christina River, DE
RHI 10 = 145.36' 44.30m
RHI 5 = 151.0' 46.02m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 164.9' 50.26m
2. N red oak Q. rubra 150.0' 45.72m
3. white ash F. americana 148.7' 45.32m
4. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 147.4' 44.92m
5. pignut hickory C. glabra 144.0' 43.89m
6. sycamore P. occidentalis 143.2' 43.64m
7. dawn redwood M. glyptostroboides 141.1' 42.97m
8. black oak Q. velutina 138.2' 42.12m
9. Am beech F. grandifolia 138.2' 42.12m
10. white oak Q. alba 137.9' 42.03m


15. Tugaloo River, Chattahoochee NF, GA
RHI 10 = 144.0' 43.90m
RHI 5 = 150.6' 45.90m

1. white pine P. strobus 163.3' 49.77m
2. tuliptree L. tulipifera 157.6' 48.03m
3. sweetgum L. styraciflua 145.6' 44.37m
4. pignut hickory C. glabra 144.2' 43.95m
5. N red oak Q. rubra 142.3' 43.37m
6. white oak Q. alba 140.0' 42.67m
7. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 138.4' 42.18m
8. Biltmore ash F. biltmoreana 138.3' 42.15m
9. white basswood T. heterophylla 136.4' 41.57m
10. mockernut hickory C. alba 134.3' 40.93


16. Genesee River, NY
RHI 5 = 148.70' 45.32m
RHI 10 = 143.01' 43.59m
RHI 20 = 135.92' 41.43m

1. white pine P. strobus 153.5' 46.78m
2. pignut hickory C. glabra 153.4' 46.75m
3. tuliptree L. tulipifera 150.6' 45.90m
4. sycamore P. occidentalis 143.3' 43.67m
5. red hickory C. ovalis 142.7' 43.49m
6. shagbark hickory C. ovata 140.5' 42.82m
7. white ash F. americana 139.2' 42.42m
8. Norway spruce P. abies 138.4' 42.18m
9. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 134.3' 40.93m
10. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 134.2' 40.90m


17. Caney Fork, TN
Cumberland Plateau
RHI 10 = 142.80' 43.52m
RHI 5 = 150.98' 46.01m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 159.7' 48.67m
2. white basswood T. heterophylla 153.2' 46.69m R
3. shagbark hickory C. ovata 147.7' 45.01m
4. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 147.6' 44.98m
5. Biltmore ash F. biltmoreana 146.7' 44.71m
6. yellow buckeye A. flava 139.4' 42.49m
7. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 137.4' 41.88m
8. Am beech F. grandifolia 136.3' 41.54m
9. sycamore P. occidentalis 132.9' 40.50m
10. sugar maple A. saccharum 127.1' 38.74m


18. Emory River, TN
Mountains
RHI 10 = 141.80' 43.22m
RHI 5 = 147.86' 45.06m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 159.1' 48.49m
2. shagbark hickory C. ovata 153.9' 46.90m R2
3. red hickory C. ovalis 144.4' 44.01m
4. Biltmore ash F. bilrmoreana 141.1' 43.00m
5. chestnut oak Q. montana 140.8' 42.91m
6. sycamore P. occidentalis 138.8' 42.30m
7. white pine P. strobus 137.4' 41.88m
8. black cherry P. serotina 137.1' 41.78m
9. white ash F. americana 135.9' 41.42m
10. cucumbertree M. acuminata 129.6' 39.50m


19. Allegheny River, PA
RHI 10 = 141.71' 43.19m
RHI 5 = 152.86' 46.59m

1. white pine P. strobus 184.7' 56.29m
2. sycamore P. occidentalis 147.7' 45.01m
3. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 147.5' 44.95m
4. black cherry P. serotina 143.0' 43.58m
5. tuliptree L. tulipifera 141.4' 43.09m
6. Norway spruce P. abies 137.4' 41.88m
7. white ash F americana 131.7' 40.14m
8. silver maple A. saccharinum 128.9' 39.28m R2
9. Am beech F. grandifolia 127.5' 38.86m
10. white oak Q. alba 127.3' 38.80m
10. red maple A. rubrum 127.3' 38.80m


20. Scioto River, OH
RHI 10 = 141.38' 43.09m
RHI 5 = 156.34' 47.65m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 172.0' 52.42m
2. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 157.0' 47.85m
3. white pine P. strobus 155.7' 47.45m
4. sycamore P. occidentalis 151.0' 46.02m
5. N red oak Q. rubra 146.0' 44.50m
6. Am beech F. grandifolia 135.8' 41.39m
7. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 129.0' 39.32m
8. Am basswood T. americana 123.1' 37.52m
9. sugar maple A. saccharum 122.6' 37.36m
10. red maple A. rubrum 121.6' 37.06m


21. Oswego River
RHI 5 = 146.18' 44.55m
RHI 10 = 141.18' 43.03m
RHI 20 = 134.75' 41.07m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 151.5' 46.17m
2. white pine 150.7' 45.93m
3. red hickory C. ovalis 143.8' 43.83m
4. E hemlock Rs. canadensis 143.1' 43.61m
5. sycamore P. occidentalis 141.8' 43.22m
5. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 141.8' 43.22m
7. white ash F. americana 139.1' 42.39m
8. sugar maple A. saccharum 133.6' 40.72m
9. Am basswood T. americana 133.3' 40.63m
10. Freeman maple A. x freemanii 133.1' 40.56m


22. Irondequoit Creek & Bay
RHI 5 = 147.90' 45.08m
RHI 10 = 141.07' 42.99m

1. white pine P. strobus 161.5' 49.22m
2. tuliptree L. tulipifera 158.6' 48.34m
3. shagbark hickory C. ovata 141.0' 42.97m
4. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 140.7' 42.88m
5. white ash F. americana 137.7' 41.97m
6. pignut hickory C. glabra 136.8' 41.69m
7. E cottonwood P. deltoides 134.3' 40.93m
8. N red oak Q. rubra 134.2' 40.90m
9. red maple A. rubrum 133.1' 40.56m
10. red hickory C. ovalis 132.8' 40.47m


23. Monangahela River (WV & PA)
RHI 10 = 140.99' 42.97m
RHI 5 = 145.20' 44.25m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 158.5' 43.31m WV
2. sycamore P. occidentalis 143.0' 43.58m WV
2. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 143.0' 43.58m WV
4. white pine P. strobus 141.5' 43.13m PA
5. black cherry P. serotina 140.0' 42.67m PA
6. Am basswood T. americana 139.0' 42.36m PA R
7. pignut hickory C. glabra 138.0' 42.06m WV
7. white ash F. americana 138.0' 42.06m PA
9. green ash F. pennsylvanica 134.5' 40.99m WV
10. N red oak Q. rubra 134.4' 40.96m PA


24. Broad River, NC and SC
RHI 10 = 139.66' 42.56m
RHI 5 = 143.78' 43.82m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 155.4' 47.36m
2. loblolly pine P. taeda 143.1' 43.61m
3. sycamore P. occidentalis 141.3' 43.06m
4. N red oak Q. rubra 140.0' 42.67m
5. white pine P. strobus 139.1' 42.39m
6. white oak Q. alba 139.0' 42.36m
7. pignut hickory C. glabra 136.9' 41.72m
8. sweetgum L. styraciflua 134.7' 41.05m
9. black locust R. pseudoacacia 134.4' 40.96m
10. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 132.7' 40.44m


25. Muskingum River, OH
RHI 10 = 137.81' 45.66m
RHI 5 = 149.82' 45.66m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 163.2' 49.74m
2. white pine P. strobus 159.4' 48.58m
3. sycamore P. occidentalis 154.0' 46.93m
4. E hemlock Ts. canadensis 140.0' 42.67m
5. bitternut hickory 132.5' 40.38m
6. E cottonwood P. deltoides 131.7' 40.14m
7. green ash F. pennsylvanica 129.4' 39.44m
8. black cherry P. serotina 125.4' 38.22m
9. black walnut J. nigra 121.3' 36.97m
10. bigtooth aspen P. grandidentata 121.2' 36.94m


26. White River, IN
RHI 10 = 137.71' 41.97m
RHI 5 = 142.92' 43.56m

1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 155.9' 47.51m
2. sycamore P. occidentalis 145.0' 44.19m
3. red hickory C. ovalis 138.2' 42.12m
4. black walnut J. nigra 138.0' 42.06m
5. shagbark hickory C. ovata 137.5' 41.91m
6. white ash F. americana 136.3' 41.54m
7. N red oak Q. rubra 134.0' 40.84m
8. white oak Q. alba 131.5' 40.08m
9. Kentucky coffeetree G. dioicus 130.4' 39.74m R
10. bitternut hickory C. cordiformis 130.3' 39.71m


27. Ouachita River, AR
RHI 10 = 133.18' 40.59m
RHI 5 = 129.48' 39.46m

1. sweetgum L. styraciflua 137.6' 41.94m
2. loblolly pine P. taeda 133.0' 40.53m
3. swamp chestnut oak Q. michauxii 132.1' 40.26m
4. cherrybark oak Q. pagoda 131.8' 40.17m
5. shumard oak hybrid Q. x spp 131.4' 40.05m
6. willow oak Q. phellos 130.8' 39.86m
7. pignut hickory C. glabra 125.6' 38.28m
8. Shumard oak Q. shumardii 125.4' 38.22m
9. shagbark hickory C. ovata 123.8' 37.73m
10. shortleaf pine P. echinata 123.3' 37.58m

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Re: Rucker Comparisons

Post by bbeduhn » Mon Sep 28, 2020 8:05 am

I believe that wraps everything up. If there are any data requests or any data analysis requests, please let me know. I enjoy going through the data so don't be shy.

My next move will be to update the remainder of the data with Latin and metric, and then post to the appropriate state, territory or region.

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Re: Rucker Comparisons

Post by bbeduhn » Tue Oct 13, 2020 8:21 am

This is an update to the R5 analysis, with the addition of seven more sites. The total number of sites is 226. White oak and black oak both moved up two spots. Tulip, red oak and sycamore extended their dominance.


1. tuliptree L. tulipifera 11915 197 1.44
2. white pine P. strobus 1839 83 1.71
3. N red oak Q. rubra 1184 98 3.59
4. sycamore P. occident 1059 79 2.61
5. white ash F. americana 392 54 3.29
6. pignut hickory C. glabra 347 50 3.18
7. E hemlock Ts. canaden 304 47 3.32
8. bitternut hick C. cordif 279 47 3.49
9. E cottonwood P. deltoi 129 29 2.96
10. white oak Q. alba 70.8 25 3.92

11. sweetgum L. styracifl 65.5 22 3.36
12. loblolly pine P. taeda 60.3 17 2.17
13. black cherry P. serotina 53.1 22 4.14
14. black oak Q. velutina 52.5 20 3.35
15. red hickory C. ovalis 47.5 18 3.11
16. white basswood T. hetero 36.4 17 3.59
17. Biltmore ash F. biltmore 35.9 16 3.25
18. cherrybark oak Q. pagoda 34.4 13 2.23
19. black locust R. pseudoac 32.2 16 3.62
20. shagbark hickory C. ovata 27.2 14 3.29

21. yellow buckeye A. flava 25.6 14 3.50
22. black walnut J. nigra 24.6 14 3.64
23. chestnut oak Q. montana 16.6 13 4.61
24. Am beech F grandifolia 12.6 11 4.18
25. mockernut hick C. alba 11 10 4.00
26. cucumbertree M. acumin 9.2 9 4.00
27. sugar maple A. saccharum 7.2 8 4.00
28. red maple A. rubrum 7.0 8 4.12
28. Am basswood T. americana 7.0 8 4.12
30. shortleaf pine P. echinata 5.4 7 4.14

#1s

tuliptree 141
white pine 44
sycamore 10
loblolly pine 7
pignut hickory 6
E cottonwood 5
bitternut hickory 2
white ash 2
E hemlock 2

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Re: Rucker Comparisons

Post by dbhguru » Thu Oct 15, 2020 9:16 am

Brian,

For what it’s worth, the N. Red oak on the Deerfield River watershed is now 129.8 feet, courtesy of Jared Lockwood’s last measurement.

Bob
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