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Survey of nonutilized wood in North Carolina.

National Committee on Wood Utilization (U.S.)

Survey of nonutilized wood in North Carolina.

Report of the subcommittee on the survey of nonutilized wood in North Carolina of the National committee on wood utilization cooperating with the state of North Carolina, Department of conservation and development. (Thirteenth report of a series on the marketing and use of lumber)

by National Committee on Wood Utilization (U.S.)

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Published by U. S. Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- North Carolina.,
  • Wood.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Commerce., North Carolina. Dept. of Conservation and Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD436.N8 U5 1929, SD436.N8 U5 1929
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 62 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs., form, fold. map
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14134635M
    LC Control Number29036795

    The Woodland and Mississippian Periods in North Carolina Coastal Woodland || Piedmont Tradition Early/Middle Woodland || Piedmont Tradition Late Woodland || Southern Piedmont Late Woodland || Appalachian Summit Woodland || South Appalachian Mississippian. Southern Piedmont Late Woodland. Caraway Phase (A.D. - ) Following the end of Pee Dee Culture in the southern Piedmont, . The Woodland cultures of the North Carolina Piedmont were only marginally influenced by cultural traditions elsewhere in the eastern United States. The rich and elaborate Hopewell and Swift Creek cultures that influenced wide areas of the Southeast had little impact on .

    Dr. Larry Neilsen – Dean: Dr. J.B. Jett – Associate Dean for Research: Dr. Carolyn Love – Associate Dean for Instruction: Dr. Fred Cubbage – Head, Department of Forestry. The NC Urban Wood Group is a combined effort of the NCFS Urban & Community Forestry Program and the NCUFC In this Issue October Notes from the International Woodworking Fair Eric Muecke, R.F. NCDA&CS North Carolina Forest Service Urban Forestry Specialist - Western Region Firewise Program Assistant - Region 3 Cell - ()

    Report Form for Fiscal Year Each North Carolina County and Municipality is required to complete this report annually. Completion and submission of this report will fulfill the annual reporting mandate to the state as required by G.S. AA. Failure to complete and submit this report could result in the local. The dominants in the Piedmont are Quercus alba or Q. falcata; in the Coastal Plain-Q. velutina or Q. marilandica. Variations in composition on better and poorer sites are discussed. The Piedmont soils had a higher base status and cation exchange capacity, associated with higher clay content, than the Coastal Plain soils. KEYWORDS: Quercus alba \ vegetation types \ forests \ Quercus alba \ soilCited by: 7.


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