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Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, 2002

Mark J. Brown

Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, 2002

by Mark J. Brown

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station in Asheville, NC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- North Carolina -- Statistics.,
  • Timber -- North Carolina -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMark J. Brown and Raymond M. Sheffield.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesResource bulletin SRS -- 86.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Southern Research Station.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17724014M

    Carolina Forest is an area in Conway - Myrtle Beach,Horry County,South Carolina with a population of 40, There male residents living in Carolina Forest female residents. The total number of households is 15, with 3 people per household on median age of the current population is 39 w people being married being . North Carolina forests contain the largest diversity of temperate and tropical tree species in the eastern United States. This abundance of species is due in large part to the wide variations in temperature, moisture, and soil that exist in the state's three geographic regions, the coastal plain, the piedmont, and the mountain region.

    PDF and HTML Documents: Schedule of Proposed Actions are available on this website in both PDF (Portable Document Format) and HTML page format. The PDF file format allows documents to be saved in one common format that is downloadable by anyone. This format can be viewed within your browser or printed out on your printer. Forest industry contributions supported 1, jobs in other sectors of North Carolina’s economy for every 1, forest-based jobs. Forestry, Logging, and Supporting Activities 5 Because timber takes decades to mature, meeting manufacturers’ continued demand for wood and fiber requires responsible and sustainable forestry practices.

    Literary Trails of the North Carolina Mountains underscores the state's rich literary legacy that's ongoing, and introduces folks to writers' work they may want to further exploreDurham Herald-Sun Literary Trails successfully prompts a 'deeper imagining' of central North CarolinaNorth Carolina Historical Review A true gem Eubanks effectively compresses her encyclopedic /5(3). Tornado activity: Forest City-area historical tornado activity is near North Carolina state is 10% smaller than the overall U.S. average.. On 5/5/, a category F4 (max. wind speeds mph) tornado miles away from the Forest City town center killed 2 people and injured 35 people and caused between $, and $5,, in damages.. On 5/5/, a Location: Rutherford County.


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Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, 2002 by Mark J. Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

This report summarizes a inventory of the forest resources of a county area of North Carolina. Major findings are highlighted in text and graphics; detailed data are presented in 49 tables.

2002 book Brown, Mark J.; Sheffield, Raymond M. Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, Resour. Bull. SRSAuthor: Mark J. Brown, Raymond M. Sheffield. Forest Statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, Mark J.

Brown and Raymond M. Sheffield Highlights This report summarizes results from a inventory of the forest resources of the Piedmont of North Carolina (fig. Current estimates of forest area, timberland area, related classifications such as ownership and forest type,Author: Mark J. Brown, Raymond M. Sheffield.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: a Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, |h [electronic resource] / |c Mark J. Brown and Raymond M. Sheffield. |a t Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, |w. Get this from a library. Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, [Mark J Brown; United States.

Forest Service. Southern Research Station.] -- "This report summarizes a inventory of the forest resources of a county area of North Carolina. Major findings are highlighted in text and graphics; detailed data are presented in 49 tables.".

Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Microfiche: Brown, Mark J. Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, (OCoLC) North Carolina's forests, Published: () Forest statistics for the northern coastal plain of North Carolina, by: Conner, Roger C.

Published: (). The Piedmont is a plateau region located in the Eastern United sits between the Atlantic coastal plain and the main Appalachian Mountains, stretching from New York in the north to central Alabama in the south.

The Piedmont Province is a physiographic province of the larger Appalachian division which consists of the Gettysburg-Newark Lowlands, the Piedmont. The following publications are available free or for a nominal charge from most NCFS offices. Almost all of the publications listed are produced by NCFS except where noted.

NCFS distributes a wide variety of publications and educational items produced by. Roger C. Conner has written: 'Forest statistics for the northern coastal plain of North Carolina, ' -- subject(s): Statistics, Forests and forestry, Timber 'Forest statistics for the southern.

Carolina North Forest, Chapel Hill. 1K likes. acres of University-owned woodlands featuring 20+ miles of recreational trail loops and spurs between Chapel Hill and Carrboro, NC/5(16).

The State of North Carolina has a group of twelve protected areas known as State Forests which are managed by the North Carolina Forest Service, an agency of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer seven of the state forests are known as State Educational Forests, and they are primarily used to educate the public about the forest.

Forest insects of the Southeast: With special reference to species occurring in the Piedmont plateau of North Carolina, (Duke University. School of Forestry.

Bulletin) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: James Allen Beal. What is managing forest andForests and forestry, Timber 'Forest statistics for the Piedmont of North Carolina, ' -- subject(s): Statistics, Forests and forestry, Timber 'Forest resource.

crucial to forest management in the Piedmont. •In fact, forest management in the North Carolina Piedmont is, in many ways, the management of succession, manipulation of various success-ional stages to produce a desired forest management outcome.

U.S. Forest Service - National Forests in North Carolina. 24, likes talking about this. The National Forest Foundation presents the National Forests Followers: 26K. Forest resources of the Piedmont region of North Carolina / Related Titles. Series: Forest survey release / Appalachian Forest Experiment Station ; no.

Cruikshank, J. (James Walker), Appalachian Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.) Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. The northern North Carolina Piedmont is considered to be part of the oak-hickory climax forest formation.

This means that the final, most stable stage of succession over most of the area should consist of a mixture of various species of oaks and hickories. This generally is true of Duke Forest on upland sites.

Part of the Springer Advanced Texts in Life Sciences book series (SATLIFE) Abstract In Clements’ view, succession was a directional, predictable process of community change driven by the biotic reactions of dominant species converging onto some stable community composition and structure that was ultimately determined by the by: Further west, as settlers moved into the North Carolina piedmont beginning in the mid s, lumbering and clearance for agriculture and pasturage increased rapidly.

By the close of the Civil War inthe state was perhaps only one-third forested, and most of the primary forest remaining was in the mountainous western portion of the state. Forest City, formerly known as "Burnt Chimney," is a town in Rutherford County, North Carolina, United population was 7, as of the census, making it the largest municipality in Rutherford : Rutherford.

In particular, the effects of forest– non-forest edges on microclimate are often profound, usually resulting in increased light available to plants along the forest–non-forest edge. Using dendrochronological techniques, we assessed the effect of edges on the growth rates of four overstory species common in the North Carolina Piedmont: Acer.The southern pine beetle (SPB) is North Carolina's most destructive forest pest.

From throughthe beetle killed at least $84 million worth of timber in North Carolina. Most of the damage during this outbreak occurred in the mountains and western piedmont areas. Since then, activity has been low.plant species in the Piedmont (Hans et al.MatlackPeterken & GameJolls ), it behooves us to identify and protect hardwood forest remnants throughout the region.

This thesis is an examination of hardwood forests of the Piedmont of North Carolina at both the landscape scale and the scale of forest communities.