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Forest Health Monitoring in Vermont, 1996-1999Author(s): Northeastern Research Station
Source: United States, Department of Agriculutre, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. 8 p.
Publication Series: Information Forestry
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionVermont forests vary in size and age class. Trees are distributed evenly between hardwood and softwood species but hardwood dominated the seedling sample. Most of the trees are healthy, with full crowns (low transparency, high density), little dieback and little damage. White and green ash had higher transparencies and lower crown densities possibly explained by the crown structure of ash trees. Efforts are underway to evaluate the ash resource. The high incidence of damage on American beech, predominantly decay, is likely associated with the beech bark disease complex.
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CitationNortheastern Research Station 2002. Forest Health Monitoring in Vermont, 1996-1999. United States, Department of Agriculutre, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. 8 p.
KeywordsAmerican beech, white ash, green ash, vermont, health monitoring
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