Forest trees of Maine.

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StatementRevised by H. B. Pierson. Maine forest service, Augusta, Maine.
ContributionsPierson, Henry Byron, 1894-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK484.M2 A4 1938, QK484.M2 A4 1938
The Physical Object
Pagination86 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14187714M
LC Control Number39028055

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The most recent edition of Forest Trees of Maine provides a snapshot of the booklets history and information about the changes in the Maine landscape.

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If you are at all interested you really should get a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Forest trees of Maine. Augusta, Me.: The Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication.

Over the past years, the Maine Forest Service has published 14 editions of a book (originally a booklet) called The Forest Trees of celebrate the centenary, the newest edition has been beautifully spruced up. Between the descriptions of 78 tree.

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"Forest Trees of Maine" has a foreword by David Field, professor emeritus of forestry at the University of Maine. The book also provides basic information about tree parts and how they function; gives precautions regarding ticks and poisonous plants, and offers a brief explanation of fall color changes.

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[Augusta] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Byron Pierson; Maine.

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Forest Commissioner atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Wonderfully illustrated with photos and maps, both old and new, the book recounts the ups and downs of the family’s nearly century-long forest ownership in the eastern Maine. Milliken points to as a turning point for the Maine’s forest products industry.

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While we talk of the Maine forest, it would be more correct to talk of Maine forests. Trees vary depending on soils,location and climate. To simplify: hardwoods like oaks and maples tend to dominate in southern Maine, softwoods like spruces and firs in northern Maine, mixed woods in between.Click here for the Maine Forest Service online publication of Trees found in Maine Trees can be sorted into two groups, the conifer and deciduous leafed trees.

>Conifer trees have needle-leaves, do not lose their leaves and are therefore evergreen, they produce cones and are also called softwood trees.

>Deciduous trees are broad-leaf trees.About The Book. This book contains information on 78 different tree species, including all of Maine's commercially important native tree species.