United States Department of Agriculture
A statistical report on the fourth forest inventory of Connecticut 1997-1998. Findings are displayed in 67 tables containing estimates of forest area numbers of trees wildlife habitat timber volume growth change and biomass Data are presented at two levels: state and county.
An analytical report of the third forest inventory of the three southern New England states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Included is a discussion of forest area, number of trees, timber volume, tree biomass, timber value, forest wildlife habitat, ownership, management opportunities, and the future of forest resources in southern New England.
Adelges tsugae (Hemlock Woolly Adelgid; HWA) is a non-native forest insect that causes defoliation and mortality of hemlock in the eastern US. We quantified the extent to which people are potentially affected by the spread of HWA infestation where they live and where they recreate. We also considered how these impacts might change through time...