Lidar of Bienville Scenic Pines

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Larry Tucei
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Lidar of Bienville Scenic Pines

Post by Larry Tucei » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:10 pm

Michael- I have one more request Bienville Scenic Pines a small tract of about 200 acres of the tallest known Loblollies in the State. Located in Forest Ms. GPS 32.351585, -89.471549. I've been there once back in 07 but only measured some trees at the Forest Headquarters located there. This area should have some 140' Pines. Thanks again for all the time you have spent on all of the Ms Data. Larry

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Re: Lidar of Bienville Scenic Pines

Post by M.W.Taylor » Thu Dec 14, 2017 9:16 pm

Larry, I am getting high 130's for tallest (137.5'). See attached height ramp in metric units. Tallest is 41.89m. There is a 48m+ structure to the NW but I think that is a water tower or something.
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Re: Lidar of Bienville Scenic Pines

Post by Larry Tucei » Sat Dec 16, 2017 10:20 pm

Michael- Thanks again for taking the time to do this. I can't wait to get up there and check it out. Larry

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Re: Lidar of Bienville Scenic Pines

Post by M.W.Taylor » Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:53 pm

Larry, I processed the Scenic Pines area and found the tallest to be 137.5' and a few others over 135'. See attached. These probably have not had enough time to grow super tall. Where are the oldest trees in MS ?
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area NW of Scenic Pines with some trees up to 135'
area NW of Scenic Pines with some trees up to 135'
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