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The extent and characteristics of low productivity aspen areas in Minnesota
Gerhard K. Raile
by North Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in St. Paul, Minn
Written in English
|Statement||Gerhard K. Raile and Jerold T. Hahn. --|
|Series||United States. North Central Forest Experiment Station. USDA Forest Service resource bulletin NC -- 61|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Historical attitudes toward the land and its products were discussed in Chapter 1. Over the past century, the elaboration of land-use concepts and the development of policy guidelines have accompanied the intensification of management. The growing expectation that every area can yield more products and services through applied technology than through single-purpose . It is commonly the ecotonal species on the transitional boundaries between two plant communities. It grows on the margins of openings or disturbed areas in woodlands and forests and on the borders of aspen bluffs and other types of groves with taller shrubs and trees; in grasslands, it can grow in large colonies as the only woody plant.
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spruce, balsam fir, tamarack, white cedar, birch, and aspen, covered an estimated 10 percent of the islands. Most of the forests on the islands were logged in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 20 Today areas that were logged are mostly second and third growth forest dominated by white birch, sugar and red maple, balsam fir, and white. Range Extent. Score G - ,,, km squared (ab,, square miles). Comment , square Kilometers from Natural Heritage Program range maps. Long-term Trend. Score E - Relatively Stable (±25% change). Comment Habitat is likely stable within +/- 25% since European settlement, but persecution by people may drive local extirpations of this .
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Aspen by: 1. Aspen. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Poplar; Narrower terms: Aspen as feed; European aspen; Populus tremuloides; Filed under: Aspen Quaking aspen: a study in applied forest pathology / (Washington: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, ), by E. Meinecke (page images at HathiTrust) Mortality of aspen on the Gros Ventre elk winter range /. United States. Congress.
Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Employment and Productivity. The extent and characteristics of low productivity aspen areas in Minnesota / Gerhard K.
Raile and Jerold T. Hahn. Published Author Raile, Gerhard K. Hahn, Jerold T. North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.). The extent and characteristics of low productivity aspen areas in Minnesota / (St.
Paul, Minn.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, i.e. ), also by Gerhard K. Raile and Jerold T. Hahn (page images at HathiTrust). The extent and characteristics of low productivity aspen areas in Minnesota [microform] / Gerhard K. Ra Aggressive behavior: genetic and neural approaches / edited by Edward C.
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state oncreated from the eastern half of the Minnesota state has many lakes, and is known as the "Land of 10, Lakes".Before statehood: Minnesota Territory. Rogers et al. () reported that low mortality rates of aspen were rarely observed in drought-prone locations.
Likewise, in southwestern Colorado, areas of high aspen dieback tend to be located on dry, south-facing slopes, implying that drought stress is an important mechanism driving aspen mortality (Huang and Anderegg,).Cited by: 4.
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GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Northern red oak is a medium to large, variable deciduous tree [39,47].It is the tallest and most rapidly growing of the oaks  and commonly reaches 65 to 98 feet ( m) in height and 2 to 3 feet ( m) in diameter .On extremely favorable sites plants may grow to feet (49 m) and up to 8 feet ( m) in diameter .Minnesota: In Mille Lacs Wildlife Management Area in east-central Minnesota, American woodcocks occurred in upland hardwood forest dominated by aspen, red maple, and paper birch, upland conifer forest dominated by balsam fir and black spruce, and moist lowland areas dominated by alder, willow, and/or bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa).Subd.
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