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A glimpse of the Appalachian forest experiment stationAuthor(s): Margaret Stoughton Abell
Source: Ames Forester, Vol. 21: 13-19
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionOn the post office directory at Asheville, North Carolina, along with the names, Organized Reserves, Prohibition Investigators, Geologic Survey, Pisgah National Forest and others, you will find the words, Appalachian Forest Experiment Station -- Room 223.
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CitationAbell, Margaret Stoughton. 1933. A glimpse of the Appalachian forest experiment station. Ames Forester, Vol. 21: 13-19
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