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Pine Barrens

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Pine Barrens by Richard Forman Book Resume:

Pine Barrens: Ecosystem and Landscape focuses on the relationship between the ecological and landscape aspects of Pine Barrens of New Jersey. The idea in this book is based from the discussions of Rutgers University botanists and ecologists at the 1975 American Institute of Biological Science meetings, and from the interest generated by the 1976 annual New Jersey Academy of Science meeting, which focuses on the Pine Barrens. This seven-part book starts with a short discussion on location and boundaries of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Part I covers human activities, from Indian activities and initial European perceptions of the land, including settlement, lumbering, fuel wood and charcoal, iron and glassworks, farming and livestock, and real estate development. The next part of the book describes sandy deposits, geographic distribution of geologic formations, and soil types with their ecologically important characteristics. Topics on hydrology, aquatic ecosystems, and climatic and microclimatic conditions are presented in the third part of this reference. Part IV traces the history of vegetation starting before the Ice Age and analyzes vegetation using different approaches, such as community types, community classification according to a European method, and gradient analysis. Plants of the Pine Barrens are briefly described and listed in Part V. The final part illustrates community relationships of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, arthropods, and soil microcommunities. The book is ideal for ecologists, botanists, geologists, soil scientists, zoologists, hydrologists, limnologists, engineers, and scientists, as well as planners, decision-makers, and managers who may largely determine the future of a region.

Pine Needle Basketry

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Pine Needle Basketry by Judy Mofield Mallow Book Resume:

Gives an overview of the materials and tools used to create pine needle baskets, introduces basic weaving techniques, includes instructions for creating a variety of projects, and includes photographs of existing pine needle objects

The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem

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The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem by Shibu Jose,Eric J. Jokela,Deborah L. Miller Book Resume:

This book unites a wealth of current information on the ecology, silviculture and restoration of the Longleaf Pine ecosystem. The book includes a discussion of the significant historical, social and political aspects of ecosystem management, making it a valuable resource for students, land managers, ecologists, private landowners, government agencies, consultants and the forest products industry.

Pine Island

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Pine Island by Mary Kaye Stevens Book Resume:

Tucked between the mainland of southwest Florida and the islands of Sanibel and Captiva is a 17-mile-long island accessible by a single drawbridge. A haven for some and a home to others, the community of Pine Island is a rare and lingering remnant of old Florida. The island's shores are home to mangroves teaming with fish instead of crowded beaches, making it a major destination for sport fishing enthusiasts and providing a livelihood for the independent commercial fishing families of the island. The genuine personalities and untouched splendor of Pine Island have attracted numerous artists to the area in recent years, with many praising Pine Island as the new Key West. Strolling the lazy street to Bokeelia's famous fishing pier, or exploring an active Calusa Indian archeological site in Pineland, the crowds and tourist-related glitz common to most of Florida's islands are nowhere to be found, leaving visitors to discover Pine Island's unspoiled beauty at their own pace.

The White Pine (Pinus Strobus Linnaeus)

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The White Pine (Pinus Strobus Linnaeus) by Volney Morgan Spalding Book Resume:

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Pine Wilt Disease: A Worldwide Threat to Forest Ecosystems

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Pine Wilt Disease: A Worldwide Threat to Forest Ecosystems by Manuel M. Mota,Paulo R. Vieira Book Resume:

Pine wilt disease (PWD) is unquestionably a major threat to forest ecosystems worldwide. After seriously affecting Eastern Asian countries, the challenge is now in Europe, following its detection in Portugal in 1999 and its subsequent spread. For foresters, these were really very bad news and, in order for adequate action to be taken, scientists had to teach politicians about the seriousness of the problem. That is never an easy task, but it was successfully done at that time, mainly by the continued effort of Professor Manuel Mota. The challenge of having political decisions based on good science is fundamental for the success of any program, but especially in dif?cult situations such as those arising by the introduction of harmful organisms in new ecosystems. The success of the dialogue between science and policy requires intelligent partners from each side, which is not always necessarily the case... Examples of lack of recognition of problems raised by science are unfortunately abundant throughout the history of science. The recent recognition of the efforts of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Al Gore with the - bel Prize, and the continued failure in taking appropriate actions by major political players is a dramatic modern example of the dif?culty of this dialogue...

Whitebark Pine Communities

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Whitebark Pine Communities by Diana F. Tomback,Stephen F. Arno,Robert E. Keane Book Resume:

Whitebark pine is a dominant feature of western high-mountain regions, offering an important source of food and high-quality habitat for species ranging from Clark's nutcracker to the grizzly bear. But in the northwestern United States and southwestern Canada, much of the whitebark pine is disappearing. Why is a high-mountain species found in places rarely disturbed by humans in trouble? And what can be done about it.Whitebark Pine Communities addresses those questions, explaining how a combination of altered fire regimes and fungal infestation is leading to a rapid decline of this once abundant -- and ecologically vital -- species. Leading experts in the field explain what is known about whitebark pine communities and their ecological value, examine its precarious situation, and present the state of knowledge concerning restoration alternatives. The book. presents an overview of the ecology and status of whitebark pine communities offers a basic understanding of whitebark pine taxonomy, distribution, and ecology, including environmental tolerances, community disturbance processes, regeneration processes, species interactions, and genetic population structure identifies the threats to whitebark pine communities explains the need for management intervention surveys the extent of impact and losses to dateMore importantly, the book clearly shows that the knowledge and management tools are available to restore whitebark pine communities both locally and on a significant scale regionally, and it provides specific information about what actions can and must be taken.Whitebark Pine Communities offers a detailed portrait of the ecology of whitebark pine communities and the current threats to them. It brings together leading experts to provide in-depth information on research needs, management approaches, and restoration activities, and will be essential reading for ecologists, land managers, and anyone concerned with the health of forest ecosystems in the western United States.

Pine Ridge Reservation

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Pine Ridge Reservation by Donovin Arleigh Sprague Book Resume:

Established as the Pine Ridge Agency in southwestern South Dakota between Nebraska and the Black Hills in 1878, Pine Ridge became a reservation in 1889. The second-largest reservation in the country, comprised of almost 2 million acres, it is home to 38,000 residents, almost 18,000 of whom are enrolled members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. The history of the Pine Ridge Reservation is laden with both an awe-inspiring cultural heritage and the tragic effects of forced settlement on the reservation.

Spruce Pine

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Spruce Pine by David Biddix,Chris Hollifield Book Resume:

There is a little piece of Spruce Pine in almost every home and business in America. Known as the Mineral City, Spruce Pine is the hub of mining activity in the mineral-rich Toe River valley, which provides mica, feldspar, and ultra-pure quartz for computer chips and other electronic components. Images of America: Spruce Pine is the story of a town with two main streets that was started by the arrival of the railroad. This volume includes the characters, events, tragedies, triumphs, and memories shared by town residents. From catastrophic fires, ravaging floods, and economic turmoil, to visits by U.S. presidents and the Carolina Barn Dance, it is all right here.

A Key to the Woody Plants of the New Jersey Pine Barrens

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A Key to the Woody Plants of the New Jersey Pine Barrens by Michael D. Geller Book Resume:

Within southern New Jersey lies the largest expanse of undeveloped land in the megalopolis between Boston and Washington, D.C. This is the Pine Barrens, our nation's first National Reserve, where visitors are struck by how much the vegetation varies from surrounding areas. Because the sandy soil is only marginally suitable for most agriculture and because the location amounts to a peninsula, settlement has been limited and the current ecology is relatively untouched. However, as New Jersey's population increases, people are looking to the Pine Barrens with a new interest. A Key to the Woody Plants of the New Jersey Pine Barrens is a hand-illustrated, user-friendly guide for both the interested student and weekend naturalist. The key lists all of the woody plants of the Pine Barrens except for a few rare, non-native species. In several keys and more than fifty highly detailed drawings, Michael D. Geller describes the basic features of woody plants and explains how to identify plants both in summer and winter. Along with his set of workable identification keys, the author provides an enjoyable introduction to the geology, ecology, and history of the region, and relates each to the unique flora of the Pine Barrens. The book provides readers with an effective means of identifying the plants that are hallmarks of one of the state's last wild areas.

The Pine Barrens of New Jersey

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The Pine Barrens of New Jersey by Karen F. Riley Book Resume:

Presents a pictorial history of New Jersey's Pine Barrens, and the people who lived there during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Pine City

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Pine City by Nathan Johnson Book Resume:

Laden with pines and interspersed with lakes and rivers, Pine City has long served as the gateway to Minnesota's Northwoods. Over the years, people have traveled through the area via the river, military road, railroads, and scenic highway. In the 1880s, as people of European decent were settling in, the crux of the community moved from Chengwatana, Ojibwe for "City of Pines," to a location west of there, nearer the rail line, called Pine City. The story begins with the fur trade and takes one through a fascinating journey of the logging industry, showing the rural community's transition from predominantly agricultural underpinnings to a more diversified economy. This collection of vintage photographs highlights Pine City's laboring people and other influences that have had roles in shaping what it is today-a city of great history, unique people, nostalgic small-town traditions, and mystifying legends.

Insects Emerging from Lodgepole Pine Infected by Comandra Blister Rust

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Insects Emerging from Lodgepole Pine Infected by Comandra Blister Rust by William R. Jacobi Book Resume:

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Ecological Restoration of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests

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Ecological Restoration of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests by Peter Friederici,Northern Arizona University. Ecological Restoration Institute Book Resume:

Brings together the writings of practitioners and thinkers from a variety of fields--including forestry, biology, philosophy, ecology, political science, archaeology, botany, and geography--to synthesize what is known about ecological restoration in ponderosa pine forests and to consider the factors involved in developing and implementing a successful restoration effort.

Bark Structure of Hardwoods Grown on Southern Pine Sites

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Bark Structure of Hardwoods Grown on Southern Pine Sites by Hiroki Nanko,Wilfred A. Cote Book Resume:

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Effectiveness of Thinning Ponderosa Pine Stands in Reducing Mountain Pine Beetle-caused Tree Losses in the Black Hills, Preliminary Observations

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Effectiveness of Thinning Ponderosa Pine Stands in Reducing Mountain Pine Beetle-caused Tree Losses in the Black Hills, Preliminary Observations by W. F. McCambridge Book Resume:

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Ruling Pine Ridge

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Ruling Pine Ridge by Akim D. Reinhardt Book Resume:

“Reinhardt furnishes revealing portraits of Gerald One Feather, Dick Wilson, Russell Means; he offers a telling indictment of Pine Ridge’s economy. He is one of the few historians who understands the distinction D’Arcy McNickle made decades ago between loss and defeat. He and the late Vine Deloria, Jr. would have welcomed this volume because of its thorough research and, above all, its unflinching honesty. Writing in 1970 Deloria called for historians to ‘bring historical consciousness to the whole Indian story.’ Ruling Pine Ridge achieves that goal. It will be required reading for all who care about not only the indigenous past but as well its connection to the problems of the present and the challenges of the 21st century.” —Peter Iverson, author of Diné: A History of the Navajos Incorporating previously overlooked materials, including tribal council records, oral histories, and reservation newspapers, Ruling Pine Ridge explores the political history of South Dakota’s Oglala Lakota reservation during the mid-twentieth century. Akim D. Reinhardt examines the reservation’s transition from the direct colonialism of the pre–1934 era to the indirect colonial policies of the controversial Indian Reorganization Act (IRA). The new federal approach to Indian politics was evident in the advent of the tribal council governing system, which is still in place today on Pine Ridge and on many other reservations. While the structure of the reservation’s governing body changed dramatically to reflect mainstream American cultural values, certain political equations on the reservation changed very little. In particular, despite promises to the contrary, the new reservation government’s authority was still severely constrained by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. In addition, the new governing format led to an aggravation of social divisions on the reservation. Reinhardt then examines the period of 1968–1973, showing that many of the political players on the reservation had changed, and although the tribal council system was well established by this point, deep dissatisfaction with the IRA government persisted on Pine Ridge. This longstanding unhappiness came to a head in 1973, with the occupation and siege of Wounded Knee. Reinhardt demonstrates that the siege is best understood not as a political stunt of the American Indian Movement (AIM), but as a spontaneous, grassroots protest that was at least forty years in the making.

History of White Pine Blister Rust Control

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History of White Pine Blister Rust Control by Warren V. Benedict Book Resume:

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The Life Cycle of a Pine Tree

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The Life Cycle of a Pine Tree by Linda Tagliaferro Book Resume:

Watch pine seeds grow into wide pine trees. Learn about this tree's life cycle from start to finish.

Mountain Pine Beetle Dynamics in Lodgepole Pine Forests

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Mountain Pine Beetle Dynamics in Lodgepole Pine Forests by Gene D. Amman Book Resume:

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Sugar Pine

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Sugar Pine by Bohun B. Kinloch,Melissa Marosy,May E. Huddleston Book Resume:

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Pine Wilt Disease

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Pine Wilt Disease by Bo Guang Zhao,Kazuyoshi Futai,Jack R. Sutherland,Yuko Takeuchi Book Resume:

Pine forests face a global threat of pine wilt disease, which is being spread by vector beetles carrying pathogenic nematodes from dead trees to healthy ones. Among the host pines there are varying degrees of susceptibility, and nematode strains also contain a variety of virulences, both of which factors help to determine whether infected host trees will die or survive. As well, biotic and abiotic environmental factors influence the fate of infected trees. This book describes the history of the disease, pathogenic nematodes, vector beetles, the etiology and ecology of the disease, microorganisms involved, and control methods that utilize host resistance and biological control agents. Concrete, comprehensive, and the most up-to-date knowledge about this worldwide forest epidemic is presented for readers, enabling them to understand the nature and epidemic threat of pine wilt disease.

Height Growth in Western White Pine Progenies

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Height Growth in Western White Pine Progenies by G. E. Rehfeldt Book Resume:

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Tip Moth and Webworm Attacks in Southwide Pine Seed Source Plantations

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Tip Moth and Webworm Attacks in Southwide Pine Seed Source Plantations by Gerard D. Hertel,Daniel M. Benjamin Book Resume:

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Sand pine in the Georgia-Carolina sandhills

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Sand pine in the Georgia-Carolina sandhills by William R. Harms Book Resume:

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Mountain Pine Beetle Selection of Dwarf Mistletoe and Comandra Blister Rust Infected Lodgepole Pine

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Mountain Pine Beetle Selection of Dwarf Mistletoe and Comandra Blister Rust Infected Lodgepole Pine by Lynn A. Rasmussen Book Resume:

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Pine Tip Moth and Pine Webworm Control with Carbofuran in North Florida

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Pine Tip Moth and Pine Webworm Control with Carbofuran in North Florida by Edward P. Merkel,Gerald D Hertel Book Resume:

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Should ponderosa pine be planted on lodgepole pine sites?

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Should ponderosa pine be planted on lodgepole pine sites? by P. H. Cochran,Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Book Resume:

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Some Variation of Terpenes in Montana Lodgepole Pine

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Some Variation of Terpenes in Montana Lodgepole Pine by James E. Lotan Book Resume:

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Paddling Michigan's Pine: Tales From The River

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Paddling Michigan's Pine: Tales From The River by Doc Fletcher Book Resume:

The Pine River, well-known for its speed and rapids, and located in the northwest section of the Lower Peninsula, is one of Michigan’s most loved and fastest rivers. Let Doc Fletcher take you on a 6 day journey down its challenging waters and through the fascinating history of river and its surroundings.

The Southern Pine Beetle

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The Southern Pine Beetle by Andrew Delmar Hopkins Book Resume:

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Experiments in Gluing Southern Pine Veneer

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Experiments in Gluing Southern Pine Veneer by Richard Frederick Blomquist,W. Z. Olson Book Resume:

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Biology and Control of the Western Pine Beetle

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Biology and Control of the Western Pine Beetle by John Martin Miller,Frederick Paul Keen Book Resume:

This publication reviews the results of research on the western pine beetle up to July 1, 1952. It shows the progress that has been made in over a half-century of study of this one bark beetle. It also records the trials and errors--the research that ran into blind alleys. The record of this pioneer effort in the field of forest entomology in the United States should be of great help to research workers who are faced with similar problems.

Bristlecone Pine

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Bristlecone Pine by Gilbert Herman Schubert Book Resume:

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