United States Department of Agriculture
Describes a set of local net merchantable tree-volume equations for four regions of Wisconsin Suitable for use on a digital computer
Soil temperature was measured for a year on a southeast-facing slope of 25 percent, latitude 43 degrees 50 minutes N. The spring-summer cover was unmowed alfalfa-bluegrass meadow, the fall-winter cover, meadow stubble. Snow cover was light or absent. The soil was Fayette silt loam, valley phase. The annual temperature wave at all depths followed the air temperature...
This 26th annual report shows that 1971 Lake States pulpwood production fell 6 percent. Wood inventory reductions were a major cause of the decline. Canada is losing importance as a pulpwood supplier to Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
More than 54 million board feet of veneer logs where cut in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin in 1965, the largest cut since 1956. Oak showed the greatest increase. Eighty-seven percent of the total went for wall panels, doors, etc. The rest went into containers
Includes 793 publications dealing with forest soils in the North-Central States (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana); Ohio; and the Northern Plains States (Kansas, Nebraska, and the Dakotas). Includes some publications from other regions considered applicable to conditions in the North-Central Region.