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Ring Counts in Second-Growth BaldcypressAuthor(s): W. R. Beaufait; T. C. Nelson
Source: Journal of Forestry 55(8): 588
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionMany thrifty, second-growth baldcypress trees (Taxodium distichum) [L.] Rich. ) appear to lay down several rings each year. These false rings may cause foresters to underestimate the growth potential of a highly prized species by overestimating the age of sample trees.
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CitationBeaufait, W. R.; Nelson, T. C. 1957. Ring Counts in Second-Growth Baldcypress. Journal of Forestry 55(8):588.
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