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Ancient Wood UncoveredAuthor(s): Daniel C. Dey; Richard Guyette; Michael Stanbaugh
Source: Missouri Conservationist. 64(1): 4-7.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionToppled by an eroding stream bank, a large sycamore, leaves still green, slumps low over the water, nearly blocking the channel. Farther downstream, another fallen tree helps create a pool that shelters a catfish. But this tree has fallen 12,000 years ago!
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CitationDey, Daniel C.; Guyette, Richard; Stanbaugh, Michael. 2003. Ancient Wood Uncovered. Missouri Conservationist 64(1): 4-7.
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