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Publication Details

Title:
A century of Forest Service research and development in the southern United States: historical documents and images
Author(s):
Bragg, Don C.;
Publication Year:
2020
How to Cite:
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Bragg, Don C. 2020. A century of Forest Service research and development in the southern United States: historical documents and images. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2020-0047
Abstract:
Historical documents, images, maps, line drawings, blueprints, and other materials from USDA Forest Service Research work across the southern United States are included in this database. Subjects include materials on many different aspects of the people, place, programs, and policies related to Forest Service research and development programs in the area now covered by the Forest Service’s Southern Research Station. This collection of materials is part of the Station’s effort to document its first century of operations, from the openings of the Appalachian and Southern Forest Experiment Stations on July 1, 1921, to the present date.

Keywords:
biota; economy; environment; inlandWaters; society; structure; Natural Resource Management & Use; Ecology, Ecosystems, & Environment; Environment and People; Fire; Forest & Plant Health; Forest Products; Inventory, Monitoring, & Analysis; Climate change; Wildlife (or Fauna); Appalachian Forest Experiment Station; Southern Forest Experiment Station; Central Forest Experiment Station; Southern Research Station; experimental forests; silviculture; historical photographs; historical maps; harvesting methods; insects and disease; wildlife; longleaf pine; loblolly pine; shortleaf pine; oak; chestnut; Alabama; Arkansas; Florida; Georgia; Kentucky; Louisiana; Mississippi; North Carolina; Oklahoma; South Carolina; Tennessee; Texas; Virginia; Puerto Rico; U.S. Virgin Islands; Asheville; New Orleans; Crossett Experimental Forest
Metrics:
Visit count : 281
Access count: 76
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https://www.fs.usda.gov/rds/archive/catalog/RDS-2020-0047