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A dendrochronological fire history of Opeongo lookout in Algonquin Park, OntarioAuthor(s): Richard P. Guyette; Daniel C. Dey
Source: Forest Research Report No. 134. 1995. pp. 1-4.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionFire-scarred stumps and natural snags of red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.) on a 70-m tall bluff along Costello Creek, 2 km south of Lake Opeongo, were dated using dendrochronological methods. A fire scar chronology was constructed from 18 of the red pine samples that contained 34 dated fire scars.
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CitationGuyette, Richard P.; Dey, Daniel C. 1995. A dendrochronological fire history of Opeongo lookout in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Forest Research Report No. 134. 1995. pp. 1-4.
KeywordsFire history, dendrochronology, red pine, presettlement, disturbance, anthropogenic
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