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Bark volume of yellow poplar, red, black, and scarlet oak and red maple in West Virginia
Christian Burdick Koch
by West Virginia University, Agricultural Experiment Station] in Morgantown
Written in English
|Statement||[by C. B. Koch.|
|Series||West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 602T, Bulletin (West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 602T.|
|LC Classifications||SD557 .K56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||77636252|
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Sugar maple (Acer saccharum) The sugar maple yields the highest volume and concentration of sap, making it a superior candidate for tapping. Its sugar content is approximately %. Black maple (Acer nigrum) Black maples produce as much sweet sap as sugar maples. The trees closely resemble sugar maples and can be distinguished by their leaves. The Scarlet Red Maple is a majestic and beautiful shade tree that will give you years of proud satisfaction. In spring tiny red flowers appear on every red-hued twig. In late spring bright red-winged seeds appear. In fall the bright green leaves turn brilliant scarlet red but often yellow or orange oreven combinations will appear.
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capable of predicting bark volume and thickness for yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), red oak (Quercus rubra), black oak (Quercus velutina), and scarlet oak (Quercus coccinea), as well as red maple (Acer rubrum) in West Virginia.
Samples for red oak and yellow-poplar came from two sites in West Virginia while the other species came from Cited by: 2. Buy Bark volume of yellow poplar, red, black, and scarlet oak and red maple in West Virginia (West Virginia University.
Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin T) by Koch, Christian Burdick (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Christian Burdick Koch. West Virginia Trees Basic Tree Identification For • Scarlet Oak – Bark is dark brown red nearly black, broken up into irregular ridges separated by shallow fissures of varying • Yellow Poplar – Leaves are 4” to 6” in diameter, 4-lobed, and the margins are smooth.
area is comprised of two major cover types, yellow poplar and yellow poplar - oaks with a small section of chestnut oak-scarlet oak represented. The black composition, based on the percent of the volume, are: yellow poplar %, red oak 6%, chestnut oak %, white oak %, black oak.
Crown class transition rates for a total of 2, white and chestnut oaks, northern red oak, scarlet and black oaks, yellow-poplar, red maple, blackgum, and black birch were observed for 20 years. Although nearly 20 different commercially valuable tree species are present in the stand, the overstory is dominated by just a few species, including chestnut oak, yellow-poplar, hickory, red maple, and other oaks.
The poletimber portion of the inventory is significantly different and includes red maple (29%), hickory (20%), and chestnut oak (15%).Author: Russ Richardson. Hard, tough to break, gray to black bark peels from side in long ridges: sugar maple 9, 58 Soft, easily broken light gray bark may peel from side in long ridges: white 52 Silver-white chalk dust in bark cracks: yellow-pop 38 Variable bark with pimples on smooth sections: red maple 8, Native Trees of VA; Offline access enabled Print northern red oak Quercus rubra.
Laurel Oak Quercus laurifolia. Southern Red Oak Quercus falcata. Black Oak Quercus velutina. Scarlet Oak Quercus coccinea. blackjack oak Quercus marilandica. pin oak Quercus palustris. Water Oak Quercus nigra.
willow oak Yellow poplar grows throughout the Eastern United States from southern New England, west through southern Ontario and Michigan, south to Louisiana, then east to north-central Florida.
It is most abundant and reaches its largest size in the valley of the Ohio River and on the mountain slopes of North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, and West. Scarlet Oak (Quercus coccinea) Native •Twigs reddish-brown •Buds hairy, pointed •Tufts of hair on underside •Inner-bark orangish-pink Black Oak (Quercus velutina) Hairy near veins on underside Twigs light brown •Buds tan, oval shaped, hairy Inner bark orange or yellow All leaves on this page have bristle-tips.
3File Size: 3MB. Red maple dynamics in Appalachian hardwood stands in West Virginia Article in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29(2) February with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'. “Bihou” produces yellow bark with a red blush, and “Yellow Bird” has young bark that is yellow.
Both are Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) and are hardy in USDA zones 5 through 9. Green bark. Black Maple, Scientific Name: Acer nigrum. The Black Maple is also know under the names: Black Sugar Maple, Hard Maple and Rock Maple.
Black Maple Habit: deciduous. Leaf form: Opposite, simple 3 to 6 inches long, 3 to 5 lobed, some times wilted-looking, large stipules may. 25 Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch 28 Black Cherry-Maple 31 Red Spruce-Sugar Maple-Beech 43 Bear Oak 44 Chestnut Oak 51 White Pine-Chestnut Oak 52 White Oak-Black Oak-Northern Red Oak 55 Northern Red Oak 57 Yellow-Poplar 59 Yellow-Poplar-White Oak-Northern Red Oak 60 Beech-Sugar Maple 64 Sassafras-Persimmon Red Maple Hawthorn Black Oak.
The bark on young red maples is smooth and light gray, while older red maples have darker, rougher bark that peels off in scaly plates or flakes.
Look at the twigs to spot red maple trees. The twigs should be smooth, slender and slightly glossy, starting out green in.
Enter Tree's Circumference (in inches): Start 54 inches ( feet) up the tree trunk. Measure all the way around the trunk. Calculate Age. Scarlet Oak is a deciduous tree having medium texture and medium to fast growth rate.
It is pyramidal to rounded in form. Foliage is glossy green in summer and brilliant scarlet-red in fall. Landscape Uses: Use Scarlet Oak as a shade or specimen tree, especially on dry sites and ridge tops.
Black cottonwood, also known as western balsam poplar or California poplar, is a deciduous broadleaf tree species native to the upper western North America. It is the largest North American species in the Willow family and was the first tree species to be gene sequenced.
The Balm-of-Gilead poplar tree is an ornamental clone and hybrid of this tree. On the Janka hardness scale -- a scale that ranks wood for hardness, hickory is the hardest of all domestic hardwoods, ranking at 1, Hard maple ranks 1, while red oak ranks 1, Poplar ranks on the low end of the scale.
Grain patterns also indicate the wood's hardness. Inthe Tulip Tree, sometimes called yellow poplar or tulip poplar, was designated the state tree. Liriodendron tulipifera is found only in eastern North America and is native to scattered counties throughout the southern half of y growing feet tall, the state champion on Indiana's Big Tree Registry () is feet tall and may be found in the city of Washington.
Large amounts of tree recruitment occurred in the year period following logging, including white oak, scarlet oak, red oak, black oak, hickory, tulip poplar, and sweetgum, but little or no blackgum.
The main reason for this seems to be the very slow growth rate of blackgum, which averaged only mm per by: *Prices shown are based on per ton stumpage price. Prices are based on an average calculated from a sample of timber buyers across the U.S., and only intended to .