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Patterns of Storm Injury and Tree ResponseAuthor(s): Kevin Smith; Walter Shortle; Kenneth Dudzik
Source: USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry
Publication Series: Technical Bulletin
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DescriptionThe ice storm of January 1998 in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada was an extreme example of severe weather that injures trees every year. Broken branches, split branch forks, and snapped stems are all examples of storm injury.
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CitationSmith, Kevin; Shortle, Walter; Dudzik, Kenneth. 2001. Patterns of Storm Injury and Tree Response. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry. NA-TP-02-01. 4p.
Keywordsstorm injury, , ice storm 1998, injured trees, trees ice storm, broken branches, psplit forks, stem snaps, tree damage, epicormic branches, Patterns of Storm Injury and Tree Response, NA-TP-02-01
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