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Litter-and-duff fuel in shortleaf pine stands in southeast Missouri
John S. Crosby
1961 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Central States Forest Experiment Station in Columbus, Ohio] .
Written in English
|Statement||John S. Crosby|
|Series||Technical paper -- 178, Technical paper (Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)) -- no. 178.|
|Contributions||Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. :|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Litter-and-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands in Southeast Missouri (Classic Reprint) [John S. Crosby] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Litter-and-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands in Southeast Missouri It is well known that wildfires differ in intensity.
Part of this difference in wildfire intensity can be attributed to variations in the amount of fuel. Studies of the accumulation of litter and duff in Missouri Ozark shortleaf pine forests reveal that in general the layer of this material is thin but that its depth is related to basal area of the pine.
Because litter dries fast, its weight alone probably gives a better measure of available forest fire fuel than the combined weight of litter and duff. Litter-And-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands in Southeast Missouri (Classic Reprint) [John S Crosby] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Excerpt from Litter-and-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands in Southeast Missouri It is well known that wildfires differ in intensity. Part of this difference in wildfire intensity can be attributed to variations in the amount of fuel. Litter-And-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands in Southeast Missouri (Classic Reprint) by Litter-and-duff fuel in shortleaf pine stands in southeast Missouri book S Crosby,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
ABSTRACT We collected fuel loading data in the Southeast Missouri Ozarks to determine if aspect (protected, exposed, and ridge) has an effect. Crosby JS () Litter-and-duff fuel in shortleaf pine stands in southeast Missouri.
Central States For Exp Stn Tech Paper Cited by: 1. We Litter-and-duff fuel in shortleaf pine stands in southeast Missouri book cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising. Litter-And-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands Litter-and-duff fuel in shortleaf pine stands in southeast Missouri book Southeast Missouri (Classic Reprint) | John S.
Crosby | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für Format: Gebundenes Buch. LITTER PRODUCTION IN FORESTS OF THE -WORLD The mean leaf crop in t/ha/yr for closed canopy Angiosperm forests in Table XIX is for eleven Quercus sites, for three Fagus sites, for two Salix sites, for two Alnus sites, for two Fraxinus sites, for three Populus sites, and for eight Betula by: Decades of fire exclusion in the Southern Appalachian Mountains led to fuel accumulation and conversion from open oak-pine woodlands to closed-canopy mesic forests dominated by shade-tolerant hardwoods and shrubs that often do not support a diverse understory.
Southern Appalachian forest managers and scientists recognize this and are implementing silvicultural Author: Emily C. Oakman, Donald L. Hagan, Thomas A. Waldrop, Kyle Barrett. Noté /5: Achetez Litter-And-Duff Fuel in Shortleaf Pine Stands in Southeast Missouri (Classic Reprint) de Crosby, John S: ISBN: surdes millions de livres livrés chez vous en 1 jourFormat: Relié.
In stands with a shrub-dominated understory, as is typical for pine flatwoods, potential fire behavior can increase to undesirable levels within five years of treatment due to high fuel loading of shrubs and litter (Brose and Wade, ).
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