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Notes on Some Old-Growth Forests in Ohio, Indiana, and IllinoisAuthor(s): John T. Auten
Source: Auten, J. T. 1941. Notes on old growth forests in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Technical Note No. 49. USDA Forest Service, Central States Forest Experiment Station.
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Station: Central States Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionThe disturbing increase in acreage of abandoned land in the Central States has heightened interest in the region's few remnants of old-growth hardwood forest. Studies are being made to determine what kinds of trees originally grew on different kinds of soil, what was the original character of the soil, how many trees grew on an acre, and how large the trees were at maturity.
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CitationAuten, John T. 1941. Notes on Some Old-Growth Forests in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Auten, J. T. 1941. Notes on old growth forests in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Technical Note No. 49. USDA Forest Service, Central States Forest Experiment Station.
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