Exotic ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Doug. ex Lawson) plantations are being planted within the natural distribution area of cordilleran cypress (Austrocedrus chilensis (D.Don) Pic. Ser. et Bizzarri) in Patagonia, Argentina. The productivity of these exotic plantations is much greater than that of native forests, suggesting greater water use. Before these plantations become widespread, it is crucial to determine what effects ponderosa pine plantations may have on scarce water resources in the region. In the first study, I examined the seasonal variation in transpiration and soil water depletion for four forest stands: high and low density ponderosa pine plantations, and high and low density cordilleran cypress stands. Measurements were taken during two growing seasons with contrasting amounts of precipitation. Transpiration was greater in ponderosa pine than in cordilleran cypress stands of similar density. The high density ponderosa pine plot used a greater amount of water from deeper soil ...
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Pinus ponderosa is a large coniferous pine (evergreen) tree. The bark helps to distinguish it from other species. Mature to over-mature individuals have yellow to orange-red bark in broad to very broad plates with black crevices. Younger trees have blackish-brown bark, referred to as blackjacks by early loggers. Ponderosa pines five subspecies, as classified by some botanists, can be identified by their characteristically bright-green needles (contrasting with blue-green needles that distinguish Jeffrey pine). The Pacific subspecies has the longest-7.8 in (19.8 cm)-and most flexible needles in plume-like fascicles of three. The Columbia ponderosa pine has long-4.7-8.1 in (12.0-20.5 cm)-and relatively flexible needles in fascicles of three. The Rocky Mountains subspecies has shorter-3.6-5.7 in (9.2-14.4 cm)-and stout needles growing in scopulate (bushy, tuft-like) fascicles of two or three. The southwestern subspecies has 4.4-7.8 in (11.2-19.8 cm), stout needles in fascicles of three ...
The purpose of this paper is to summarize the results of a series of greenhouse and open-top chamber studies on the effects of N and elevated atmospheric CO2 on ponderosa and loblolly pine (Pinus ponderosa Laws, and P. taeda L.) to evaluate common patterns of response. Growth response to elevated CO2 ranged from zero to more than 1000%, depending largely upon N status, In both species, growth response to CO2 was greater under moderate N deficiency than under extreme N deficiency or N sufficiency/excess. Elevated CO2 generally caused lowered tissue N concentrations in many (but not all) cases, which in turn resulted in smaller increases in N uptake than in biomass. Growth response to N ranged from -50 (in ponderosa pine) to more than 1000%, depending upon the N status of the control medium. Growth response to N was enhanced by elevated CO2 when N was in the extreme deficiency range but not when N was in the moderate deficiency range. In two separate studies, ponderosa pine responded negatively to ...
Two-year-old ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.) seedlings from two Oregon seed sources were lifted three times in the fall, stored below freezing (-1.5°C), and compared to seedlings that were handled conventionally (spring lifting followed by short-term cold storage, 2-4°C). Based on patterns of budbreak in a greenhouse and after outplanting, I concluded that freezer storage could not totally substitute for natural chilling for September and October-lifted seedlings. On the other hand, November lift and stored seedlings had patterns of budbreak which were similar to seedlings that had naturally overwintered in the nursery beds. During storage, cold-hardiness, dry matter, and starch (both concentration, %, and content, mg) declined. The majority of change occurred in the first 3 months of storage. Seedlings lifted in September and stored until planting had poor root initiation (,15% with new roots after 30 days), and had less than 25% field survival in the first and second years ...
Fire suppression and other factors have resulted in high wildfire risk in the western US, and prescribed burning can be an effective tool for thinning forests and reducing fuels to lessen wildfire risks. However, prescribed burning sometimes fails to substantially reduce fuels and sometimes damages and kills valuable, large trees. This study compared fuel reductions between spring and fall prescribed burns and tested whether removing (i.e., raking) fuels within 1 m of boles reduced fire damage to ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex Lawson & C. Lawson). In 2007 and 2008, raking was applied to alternating trees along 18 transects in central Oregon, USA. Fuels surrounding 292 trees were burned in fall 2010, and fuels surrounding 216 trees were burned in spring 2012. Both seasons of burn affected most fuel size classes similarly, with one exception being duff, which was more fully consumed in fall than in spring. Where fall burning occurred, raking reduced the percentage of dead cambium samples from
There is a tree that determines the home range of a people. This is the North Plateau Ponderosa Pine, known in Latin as pinus ponderosa Douglas ex C. Lawson. Wherever this tree grows, those of us at home in Columbia Plateau are also at home. Here she is … Beautiful isnt she! As you can…
The objective of the research was to investigate the potential of foliar S:N ratios in Ponderosa pine as bioindicators of foliar sulfur loading in areas of long-term exposure to low levels of sulfurous air pollutants. First it was necessary to document seasonal variation in S:N ratios in trees not exposed to air pollution. Fifteen Ponderosa pines were selected at a site remote from urban and industrial sources of air pollution and the trees sampled at 18 intervals over a 15 month study period. Significant differences in sulfur and nitrogen concentrations occurred among the five needle age groups within most collections. One-year-old needles contained significantly more sulfur than other needles. Current-year needles contained more nitrogen than the three and four-year-old needles. Within each foliar age class significant differences in total sulfur content and S:N ratios occurred throughout the season. Sulfur concentrations and S:N r ...
While never existing in large continuous stands, the distribution of ponderosa pine in the Willamette Valley 150 years ago was much more widespread than today. Agriculture, human settlement, urban/suburban sprawl, and preference for Douglas-fir have significantly restricted the species distribution, not uncommonly down to just a few isolated trees here and there. In the study of population genetics, we know that when populations become isolated and contain only a few individuals, crossing increasingly occurs between related individuals. This is called inbreeding, and the effects are almost always bad. Here s why: Most forest trees of the northern hemisphere, ponderosa pine included, rely upon wind pollination and an outcrossing mating system. There is a strong evolutionary basis for outcrossing, involving the same genetic principles that lead to incest taboos in human cultures. Genes that code for negative fitness traits, because they result in a loss of vigor and thus survival, are present at ...
Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) play an important role as disturbance agents in ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex Lawson) forests of Arizona. However, from 2001 to 2003, elevated bark beetle activity caused unprecedented levels of ponderosa pine mortality. A better understanding of the population structure of these species will facilitate analysis of their dispersal patterns and improve management strategies. Here, we use fluorescently labeled amplified fragment length polymorphism (fAFLP) analysis to resolve genetic variation among and within sampling locations in northcentral Arizona of Ips pini (Say), Dendroctonus brevicomis LeConte, and D. frontalis Zimmermann. We generated genetic fingerprints for ,500 beetle specimens and analyzed genetic diversity. For all species, gene flow estimates among sampling locations were high, and significant population subdivision was not discernible across a large portion of ponderosa pine forests in Arizona. However, a weak ...
In the southwestern United States, there are currently no regeneration models for the growth and recruitment of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa C. Lawson var. scopulorum Engelm.) from seedlings to the sapling size class. The objectives of this study were to (1) develop a height-age relationship for ponderosa pine seedlings on soils derived from sedimentary parent material following a shelterwood establishment cut and (2) use the model and existing regeneration inventory data to estimate seedling and sapling recruitment rates. Ages of 80 cross sections from 19 seedlings collected on the Mollogon Rim Ranger District in northern Arizona were used to construct the model. The model generally fit well and indicated that it takes ponderosa pine seedlings approximately 20 years to reach breast height. Using regeneration inventory data from four stands used to construct the model, estimated seedling recruitment was nearly continuous during the 1st decade following an establishment cut and, in most ...
Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation, with data contributed by public and private institutions and individuals, including the Consortium of California Herbaria. [web application]. 2021. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit organization]. Available: https://www.calflora.org/ (Accessed: 06/13/2021). ...
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How is that book John? Another question for you is, if you grafted Ponderosa what type of foliage would you use? Would it depend on what type of bark and look of the Ponderosa ...
Shea, P.J., M.I. Haverty, and R.W. Hall 1984. Effectiveness of fenitrothion and permethrin for protecting ponderosa pine trees from attack by the western pine beetle. J. Georgia Entomol. Soc. 19: 427-433. ...
Life Span: Perennial Origin: Native Season: Evergreen Growth Characteristics: Ponderosa pine has a long clear trunk and a high short open crown. It averages 42 inches in diameter and 165 feet tall at maturity. Flowers/Inflorescence: Male and female cones are separate but found on the same tree. The male cones are small, yellowish, and in clusters. Female cones average 4 inches in length when mature. The tips of the cone scales are armed with short, sharp, outcurved prickles. The female cones, like all pines, require two growing seasons to mature. Fruits/Seeds: Small seeds, about ¼ inch long, with a broad terminal wing about 1 inch long. Leaves: Needle-like, in bundles of threes, occasionally in twos. The leaves are stout, dark to yellow-green, and about 7 inches in length. The leaves remain attached and continue growing for approximately 5 years. Buds are resinous, reddish-brown, and about ½ inch long. Stems: Twigs are usually coarse, stout and orange-yellow. Bark is gray to black and scaly ...
Never would I graft a Japanese species onto an American one. This foliage is EXTREMELY short for a ponderosa pine. It is the shortest that I ever saw. if you dont like it, take a real Japanese pine. You have to accept the species for what they are and not what tney NOT are. ...
Continuous measurements of soil respiration and its components help us understand diurnal and seasonal variations in soil respiration and its mechanism. We continuously measured CO2 concentration at various depths in the soil and calculated surface CO2 efflux based on CO2 gradients and diffusivity in a young ponderosa pine plantation in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. We determined soil respiration both in a control plot that included roots and in a trenched plot that had no roots. The difference between these plots was used to partition soil respiration into root respiration and heterotrophic respiration.We found that both CO2 concentration in the soil and surface CO2 efflux in the control plot were higher than in the trenched plot. The diurnal range of soil respiration in the trenched plot was larger than in the control. We observed dramatic pulses of soil respiration in response to rain events in summer and fall during the dry season. We modeled the seasonal variation in soil ...
Towering Ponderosa Pine. There is a trail not far from my home in Bend, Oregon where the trees are so majestic that I spend much of my time looking up. It is quite hard to hike and look up at the same time. You tend to trip a lot. I get dizzy as […]. ...
Changing climate and a legacy of fire-exclusion have increased the probability of high-severity wildfire, leading to an increased risk of forest carbon loss in ponderosa pine forests in the southwestern USA. Efforts to reduce high-severity fire risk through forest thinning and prescribed burning require both the removal and emission of carbon from these forests, and any potential carbon benefits from treatment may depend on the occurrence of wildfire. We sought to determine how forest treatments alter the effects of stochastic wildfire events on the forest carbon balance. We modeled three treatments (control, thin-only, and thin and burn) with and without the occurrence of wildfire. We evaluated how two different probabilities of wildfire occurrence, 1% and 2% per year, might alter the carbon balance of treatments. In the absence of wildfire, we found that thinning and burning treatments initially reduced total ecosystem carbon (TEC) and increased net ecosystem carbon balance (NECB). In the ...
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For six years now, the Ponderosa Stomp has shone a light on rock n rolls pioneers, regional smashes, one-hit wonders and also-rans. It has played South By Southwest the last two years, but its spiritual and actual home is New Orleans, and it returned there this May after a year in Memphis.. For champions of the underground, those for whom obscurity only confirms an artists misunderstood genius, the Ponderosa Stomp is validation. Inevitably, someone steps up and burns for a set, suggesting that the world missed a singular talent. This year, that person was Ralph Soul Jackson, whose Dont Tear Yourself Down found recognition among northern soul fans. With a band that included Alex Chilton, Scott Bomar (musical director for the Black Snake Moan soundtrack) and New Orleans underground sensation Mr. Quintron on organ, Jackson performed with the passion of a man who had a lot to work out.. Since Chuck Berry, legends have often been unimpressive live because of their indifferent attitudes ...
Three boards of blued pine lumber, all 48″ long x 9.5″ wide and planed to 13/16. 9.5 board feet total. One piece has small planer skip one side and crowned. Straight edges, planed smooth 2 sides.. Moderately to light worm holes and blue. Straight edges, planed smooth 2 sides.. This lumber was reclaimed from a dying tree in Northeast Washington. We now have some beautiful pine boards with amazing blue streaks and character worm holes. Trees that have died and blued standing have the most beautiful stain, as you can see on these boards. This lumber is perfect for furniture, intarsia, crafts or any other use you can imagine.. These Blued Pine Lumber Packs are full of character and beautiful blueish coloring and natural wormy holes throughout the wood. Each piece is unique and will produce a one-of-a-kind finished product.. Bluing and Wormy Description -. Blue Pine, also known as Denim Pine, is predominately found in Ponderosa Pine trees (Pinus ponderosa). The blueing in blue pine occurs when ...
Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) pollen shows the characteristic pine form- one large inflated chamber flanked by two smaller chambers. Photo courtesy of Rocky Mountain National Park ...
Basidiomycete fungi are essential for degradation of wood in natural ecosystems and are a crucial part of the global carbon cycle. Though many fungal genomes have been sequenced, providing insights into the process of wood decay, in most studies, only a single isolate was investigated with no real indication whether this isolate is representative of its species. This project focuses on the diversity of isolates of the white rot basidiomycete Dichomitus squalens, which can colonize both hardwoods and softwoods. Commonly found in North America, D. squalens is known as Western Red Rot and causes significant damage to Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa). Rather than comparing specific aspects of the wood decay process in the selected isolates, the researchers aim to analyze their differences in a systems biology fashion. The team expects the data will demonstrate to which extent a single basidiomycete isolate can be considered a true reflection of the ability of the species with respect to this topic ...
Context is everything in todays wildland fire debate. This paper focuses much attention on the dry forest types in the Western United States-which means Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) and associated species. These forests are where many of our worst wildfires occur. I want to use these short-interval fire-adapted ecosystems to make some points about the relationship between their dynamics, our management of them, and the wildfire outcomes that we should expect ...
Context is everything in todays wildland fire debate. This paper focuses much attention on the dry forest types in the Western United States-which means Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) and associated species. These forests are where many of our worst wildfires occur. I want to use these short-interval fire-adapted ecosystems to make some points about the relationship between their dynamics, our management of them, and the wildfire outcomes that we should expect ...
Indeed, several maps of habitat types have been developed for our study area. However, in this study the accuracy with which transects are assigned to ponderosa pine and dry and moist mixed-conifer sites is not a critical issue because the most fundamental findings of the study are not subtle. Low-density, pine-dominated forests occupied essentially all of the forested landscape that we studied and major changes have occurred in these forests during the subsequent century. On Moist Mixed sites in Chiloquin stands were predominantly low-density, but ponderosa pine comprised less than 50% of mean tph and just over 50% of mean basal area. The differences between. the historical forest on ponderosa pine and mixed-conifer habitat types were minimal except on Moist Mixed sites in Chiloquin where white fir were more abundant in both small and. large diameter Epacadostat tree classes. Both the strong constancy and the exceptions to the predominantly low-density, pine-dominated conditions in historical ...
Establishment of native grasses is a primary objective of restoration in Pinus ponderosa var. scopulorum (P. & C. Lawson) forests in the southwestern United States. Interactions among native grasses and soil microorganisms generate feedbacks that influence the achievement of this objective. We examined soil chemical properties and communities of plants and soil microorganisms in clear-cuts and P. ponderosa stands thinned and maintained at low and medium tree densities for over 40 years along with high density (unthinned) stands. Phospholipid fatty acids (PLFA) in soils were analyzed to examine arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and microbial communities in the three thinning treatments and the unthinned stands with and without a recent broadcast burn. Additionally, two native bunchgrasses, Festuca arizonica and Muhlenbergia wrightii were grown in containers filled with intact soil cores collected from each field plot to more thoroughly compare the abundance of AM fungi and microbial communities ...
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Richard Galliano - New Jazz Musette. Ponderosa Music & Art - October 2016 (Italy) / February 2017 (World). Already 30 years that his first album as a band leader, «Spleen», was released with the New Musette Quartet.. Already 30 years that he restored the image of a so called old fashioned instrument, bound to play for Saturday nights ballrooms!. Already 30 years that he is navigating in all kinds of musical styles, flirting with salsa, merging with tango, without losing his soul, deeply anchored in his French-Italian roots.. Only 5 years on the other hand that Richard Galliano started to express his incredible talent in the nest of classical music. One best-seller on the label Deutsche Grammophon with the Bach Project, then a tribute to Nino Rota and the Vivaldi Four Seasons, all titles released by the prestigious German label. Got even an award at the French Victoires de la Musique in 2014, as a composer.. Richard Galliano has chosen to celebrate his 30 years of career with his ...
An apparatus and methods are disclosed for purifying fluid, such as potable water, to quality levels suitable for medical application, particularly to applications involving injection of the fluid into a human body. The apparatus comprises a portable purification pack constructed for a single use. The pack houses depth filtration, activated carbon, mixed bed ion exchange resins and terminal filtration stages in series. The terminal filter comprises a fine (microfiltration or ultrafiltration), permeable membrane, treated with an endotoxin-binding chemistry. In contrast with semi-permeable osmotic membranes, the permeable membrane produces high flow rates at relatively low pressures, while still safely purifying fluid to injection quality.
A comparison of three methods used to estimate the stomatal density of two species of three-needle pines, Pinus taeda and Pinus ponderosa is reported.
Results from this study will be important for determining safe limits of seed movement within the Willamette Valley, and for addressing questions of how the Willamette Valley populations differ from populations outside of the Willamette Valley.. The seedlings have been harvested and measured for height, diameter and root/shoot dry weight ratio. The analysis has not been completed. Completion of the final report is not scheduled at this time.. ...
Many forest tree species and populations face serious threats to their long-term viability, most seriously from insect and disease infestation and the effects of climate change. To conserve the genetic foundation tree species need to survive and adapt in the face of these threats, forest management decisions must consider how genetic diversity is distributed across species ranges. An Eastern Threat Center cooperating scientist from North Carolina State University (NCSU) is leading range-wide genetic variation studies of three species: ponderosa pine, a species with isolated populations of special concern given their susceptibility to climate change, development, and bark beetles; and eastern hemlock and Carolina hemlock, which are being decimated by an exotic insect. Researchers have, for the first time, uncovered evolutionary groups within ponderosa pine that may have different responses to climate change, bark beetles, and other threats, and have described population-level genetic diversity ...
Use them in any arrangement that you would use pine cones. These pine cones are already ready to go in an arrangement with the stem attached. They are beautiful and versatile to use in many different crafts and floral arrangements.
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The largest Washington chipmunk is the Townsends (Tamias townsendii), restricted to the forested western lowlands and similar dense habitats up to treeline in the Olympics and Cascades. It occurs in both forested and open (e.g., clear cuts) microhabitats. It is not found in the more open ponderosa pine woodlands below the wet conifer forests on the east side. In addition to being larger and darker, not as brightly marked, it differs from all the other species in not having a clearly defined dark stripe extending from nose to eye. This and the Yellow-pine often occur together in ecotones between open alpine or ponderosa pine habitat on one side and dense conifer forest on the other. Washington Pass is one such location ...
Total OH reactivity was measured during the Bio-hydro-atmosphere interactions of Energy, Aerosols, Carbon, H2O, Organics and Nitrogen-Southern Rocky Mountain 2008 field campaign (BEACHON-SRM08) held at Manitou Experimental Forest (MEF) in Colorado USA during the summer season in August, 2008. The averaged total OH reactivity was 6.8 s-1, smaller than that measured in urban or suburban areas, while sporadically high OH reactivity was also observed during some evenings. The total OH reactivity measurements were accompanied by observations of traces species such as CO, NO, NOy, O3 and SO2 and VOCs. From the calculation of OH reactivity based on the analysis of these trace species, 35.3-46.3% of OH reactivity for VOCs came from biogenic species that are dominated by 2-methyl-3-butene-2-ol (MBO), and monoterpenes. MBO was the most prominent contribution to OH reactivity of any other trace species. A comparison of observed and calculated OH reactivity shows that the calculated OH reactivity is ...
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Ill go first. Great tree Some of the lower branching looks a bit heavy But I think all that foliage will mask alot of that. how long have you had it ...
To prevent the unintentional transfer of insects and pathogens during world trade, wood products are often heat sterilized. The general requirement is that the center of the wood configuration be held at 133°F (56°C) for 30 min. However, many factors can affect the time required to reach this temperature. This study explored several of these factors, including thickness of boards or cross-sectional dimension of square timbers, wet-bulb depression, and stacking method (solid or stickered). The heating temperature used was 160°F (71°C). Heating time increased with increasing board thickness or increasing cross-sectional dimension. It also increased as wet-bulb depression increased because of surface cooling when simultaneous drying occurred at significant wet-bulb depressions. Solid piling increased heating time by a factor ranging from 2 to 10 compared with stickered piling, depending on species and size. This study also looked at developing an analytical method to predict heating time as a ...
This photoblog contains photos taken by me, Dustin, in or near Flagstaff, Arizona. Im an amateur photographer and this is my first attempt at some semi-serious photography. I hope you enjoy the pictures and it peaks your interest in Flagstaff. ...
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Positive interactions in alpine plant communities have been reported to increase in importance with increasing altitude and exposure. Positive and negative interactions between plants might occur simultaneously, so the net plant-plant interaction is determined by the balance between positive and negative effects. I investigated the relative effect of facilitation and resource competition by surrounding dwarf shrubs on Carex bigelowii in two contrasting arctic-alpine tundra heathlands. Carex bigelowii was positively associated with dwarf shrubs on an exposed mountain ridge but negatively associated with dwarf shrubs on a protected heath. A removal experiment indicated that positive associations at the exposed site are the result of facilitation of C. bigelowii by the dwarf shrub canopy. Our understanding of arctic and alpine plant communities can be enhanced by regarding plant interactions as combinations of positive and negative components.. ...
Buy, download and read Evolutionary Ecology of Plant-Plant Interactions ebook online in PDF format for iPhone, iPad, Android, Computer and Mobile readers. Author: Christian Damgaard. ISBN: 9788779348752. Publisher: Aarhus University Press. Concepts and simple empirical models that are useful in the study of the quantitative aspects of evolutionary ecology of plant - plant interactions are discussed and developed in this monograph by Chr
TY - JOUR. T1 - Comparative genetic responses to climate for the varieties of Pinus ponderosa and Pseudotsuga menziesii. T2 - Realized climate niches. AU - Rehfeldt, Gerald E.. AU - Jaquish, Barry C.. AU - López-Upton, Javier. AU - Sáenz-Romero, Cuauhtémoc. AU - St Clair, J. Bradley. AU - Leites, Laura P.. AU - Joyce, Dennis G.. N1 - Copyright: Copyright 2014 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.. PY - 2014/7/15. Y1 - 2014/7/15. N2 - The Random Forests classification algorithm was used to predict the occurrence of the realized climate niche for two sub-specific varieties of Pinus ponderosa and three varieties of Pseudotsuga menziesii from presence-absence data in forest inventory ground plots. Analyses were based on ca. 271,000 observations for P. ponderosa and ca. 426,000 observations for P. menziesii, with ca. 6% of the observations in each dataset recording the presence of one of the varieties. Classification errors to the respective databases attributable to fitting the models were ca. 5%, ...
In recent years, warming climate and increased fire activity have raised concern about post-fire recovery of western U.S. forests. We assessed relationships between climate variability and tree establishment after fire in dry ponderosa pine forests of the Colorado Front Range. We harvested and aged over 400 post-fire juvenile ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) trees using an improved tree-ring based approach that yielded annually-resolved dates and then assessed relationships between climate variability and pulses of tree establishment. We found that tree establishment was largely concentrated in years of above-average moisture availability in the growing season, including higher amounts of precipitation and more positive values of the Palmer Drought Severity Index. Under continued climate change, drier conditions associated with warming temperatures may limit forest recovery after fire, which could result in lower stand densities or shifts to non-forested
Sequoia National Forest Adjacent Ponderosa Guest Cabin. This is a guest room separate from the main house known here in Ponderosa as The Aspen Ark. Since ...
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Three different response-function programs are applied to three tree-ring chronologies, two of Pinus ponderosa Laws. and one of Juniperus occidentalis Hook. These data were analyzed before and after ARMA modeling was applied. The results are described and compared to one another as well as to those obtained from all-steps multiple regression, stepwise multiple regression, ridge regression, and simple correlation. In spite of methodological differences all multivariate methodsproduced remarkably similar results. The results from simple correlation differed the most. Some differences among the response functions were apparent, especially in the coefficients associated with prior growth. The response-function results have smaller error estimates than ridge regression. According to Cropper (1985) this error in the response-function results is underestimated by approximately 40 %. The rationale for the different response-function solutions is discussed. ...
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Common Name: creeping barberry Duration: Perennial Nativity: Native Lifeform: Subshrub General: Small evergreen shrub, to 20 cm tall; stems creeping to ascending, grayish to purplish brown. Leaves: Alternate and petiolate, the petioles 3-9 cm; leaves evergreen, pinnately compound with 3-7 leaflets; leaflets thin, flexible, somewhat glaucous (blue-green waxy) on upper surface, the margins strongly wavy, with 6-24 spine-tipped teeth; terminal leaflet to 10 cm long, 1-2 times as long as wide. Flowers: Yellow, in dense racemes 3-10 cm long, with 25-50 flowers; sepals 6, yellow; petals 6, yellow. Fruits: Berries ovoid to ellipsoid, 6-10 mm long, blue, glaucous, juicy, solid. Ecology: Found in shady areas in ponderosa pine and spruce-fir forests, from 5,000-8,500 ft (1524-2591 m), flowers April-June. Distribution: w N. Amer., from British Columbia, WA, ID, MT, ND, south to NV, AZ and NM. Notes: This distinctive low-growing woody plant with holly-like leaves is common in the understory of Ponderosa ...
Pinus montezumae ----------- Montezuma pine Pinus monticola---------- Western white pine. Pinus muricata----------------- Bishop pine.. Pinus nigra----------------------European black pine, Australian black pine.. Pinus oaxacana -----------------.................. Pinus palustris----------------- Long-leaf pine. Pinus parviflora---------Japanese white pine. Pinus patula--------- Mexican weeping pine.. Pinus pinaster -------Maritime pine, cluster pine. Pinus pinea ---------------Roman pine, umbrella pine, stone pine.. Pinus ponderosa----------------- Ponderosa pine, Western yellow pine. Pinus pseudostrobus-Smooth-bark Mexican pine. Pinus pungens-------------------.................. Pinus radiata----------------- Monterey pine, Himalayan pine, radiata pine.. Pinus remota--------------------- .................. Pinus rigida -----------------.................. Pinus roxburghii----------------- Chir pine, Himalayan long-leaf pine. Pinus serotina--------------------- ............. Pinus ...
Health Benefits of Copper. The health benefits of copper include proper growth, utilization of iron, enzymatic reactions, connective tissues, hair, eyes, ageing and energy production. Apart from these, heart rhythm, thyroid glands, arthritis, wound healing. RBC formation and cholesterol are other health benefits of copper. The health benefits of copper are crucial for healthy existence, as this mineral enables normal metabolic process in association with amino acids and vitamins. Copper cannot be produced within the body and hence needs to be sourced from external food sources. Copper is the third most prevalent mineral in the body and it is mostly carried by the blood plasma protein, Ceruloplasmin. In order to enjoy health benefits of copper, it must be included in diet of an individual.. Deficiency symptoms:. Deficiency of copper can have the following symptoms in human beings:. Anemia. Low body temperature. Brittle bones. Osteoporosis. Dilated veins. Low white blood cell count. Uneven ...
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Great curb appeal, very inviting and beautifully maintained home with tons of space and storage. GORGEOUS hickory floors will immediately catch your attention and the flow and attention to detail will keep it! Well thought out floor plan with master suite separated from secondary bedrooms for privacy. Great functional kitchen with hickory cabinetry, large pantry, plenty of counter space and ALL appliances including GAS range. Sizeable eat-in dining with lots of light. Large great room with stone wood burning fireplace insert for those chilly nights. Office with double doors, huge professionally finished walk-out basement with large bedroom and walk-in closet plus full bath. Built ins for entertainment. Trex deck, Mountain views, Firepit, 16 x 16 storage shed w/ electricity and chicken coop. Solid 6 panel doors. Extra deep 3 car garage and RV space. Gorgeous ponderosa pines. Close to town, a block from Safeway and Big R. Bring your pickiest buyers! Just move in! NO HOA DICTATORSHIP!
GENERAL DISTRIBUTION : Heartleaf arnica is found from Alaska east to Saskatchewan and south to northern Mexico and Nebraska [34,44]. A disjunct population occurs on the Keweenaw Peninsula of northern Michigan [18]. ECOSYSTEMS : FRES11 Spruce - fir FRES17 Elm - ash - cottonwood FRES19 Aspen - birch FRES20 Douglas-fir FRES21 Ponderosa pine FRES22 Western white pine FRES23 Fir - spruce FRES25 Larch FRES26 Lodgepole pine FRES28 Western hardwoods FRES29 Sagebrush FRES34 Chaparral - mountain shrub FRES35 Pinyon - juniper FRES36 Mountain grasslands FRES38 Plains grasslands FRES44 Alpine STATES : AL AZ CA CO ID MI MT NE NM ND OR SD UT WA WY AB BC SK YT MEXICO BLM PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS : 1 Northern Pacific Border 2 Cascade Mountains 3 Southern Pacific Border 4 Sierra Mountains 5 Columbia Plateau 6 Upper Basin and Range 7 Lower Basin and Range 8 Northern Rocky Mountains 9 Middle Rocky Mountains 10 Wyoming Basin 11 Southern Rocky Mountains 12 Colorado Plateau 13 Rocky Mountain Piedmont 14 Great Plains 15 ...
At approximately 64,000 acres, the Cove-Mallard Roadless Area is located just north of the Salmon River Breaks, adjoining the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness to the south and east. In the southern part of this primitive area there is little to no development. Hence, this area may serve as an important biological connecting corridor for migrating wildlife and genetic diversity. Indeed, the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness and Gospel-Hump Wilderness are connected, making them the single largest protected area of Wilderness in the lower 48 states.. A country filled with rolling hills and an extensive lodgepole pine forest canopy, Cove-Mallard contains pockets of old-growth ponderosa pine, along with mountain meadows and englemann spruce-alpine fir at the higher elevations. The explorer may come across Paysons milkvetch and candystick, both of which are Region One sensitive plant species.. Like many places in Clearwater Country, this landscape is defined by the waterways that ...
About: Big Silver group is a new facility built along the Union Valley Bike Trail in the Eldorado National Forest. The campground is situated in a Ponderosa pine forest on the north side of Big Silver Creek. Union Valley Reservoir is only a 5-minute bike ride from the campground. The paved trail stretches for several miles both north and south of the campground and is accessible by wheelchair. The facility has vault toilets, fire rings, group grills, garbage service and paved parking spurs (between 25-50 feet long). These meet accessibility standards. The facility does not have piped water or electricity. A store with a restaurant, gas, and phone is within 10 miles. The closest town is Pollock Pines approximately 25 miles away, or Placerville at 39 miles. For local information call the Eldorado Information Center at 530-644-6048 ...
The Ideas in the garden of your mind didnt hit until my first LSD experience, on leave before Vietnam in 1969. Now that garden is my Earthship, or maybe me playing acid rock solar guitar, or maybe the place I live with deer, foxes, squirrels and other animals playing among the Ponderosa Pines, Douglas Fir, and Aspens and around the Pikes Peak Granite rock formations ...
The examine, Wildfires and Climate Change Push Low-elevation Forests Across a Critical Climate Threshold for Tree Regeneration, was revealed March 11 within the Proceedings of the Nationwide Academy of Sciences and is accessible online.. Kimberley Davis, a postdoctoral analysis affiliate within the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at UM, and her co-authors examined the connection between annual climate and put up-fireplace regeneration of ponderosa pine and Douglas fir in low-elevation forests of western North America.. The authors used tree rings to find out institution dates of greater than 2,800 timber that regenerated after fires in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana and New Mexico between 1988 and 2015. Annual tree regeneration charges have been a lot decrease when seasonal local weather circumstances, together with temperature, humidity, and soil moisture, crossed particular threshold values.. Over the previous 20 years, local weather situations have crossed ...
Balsaorhiza sagittata (Pursh) Nutt.. The most common of the Balsamroots, it is a perennial with a deep-seated, woody taproot. The arrowhead shaped leaves are often 12 inches long, half as wide, and covered with fine woolly primary leaves that are grayish in appearance. The primary leaves appear at the base, although there may be one or two smaller, lance-shaped leaves below the head on the otherwise leafless stalk. It may occasionally produce two heads. It grows on hillsides and flats usually in fairly deep, sandy soil and its range extends form the steppe upward into open Ponderosa Pine forests and Sagebrush dominated mountain ridges often forming a dense population. The first related species of this plant (Buphthalmum sagittatum Pursh.) was reported by M. Lewis on the dry barren hills in the Rocky Mountains. An original specimen collected by Wyeth is at the British Museum. Blooms from the latter part of April to the first part of July.. Food uses: Native Americans would peel and eat raw the ...
arizonahighways.com MAY 2004 Enjoy Outdoor Prescott by trail or back road PHOENIX TUCSON PRESCOTT FLAGSTAFF Grapevine Canyon Kitt Peak Lynx Lake Bradshaw Mountains Grand Canyon National Park Navajo Indian Reservation 46 DESTINATION K i t t P e a k N a t i o n a l O b s e r v a t o r y For amateur astronomers, an overnight stay amid this group of telescopes in southern Arizona makes the ultimate getaway. 42 BACK ROAD ADVENTURE Bradshaw Mountains Loop Drive Take a leisurely route through yesteryears locations of mining glory southward from Prescott, then back again. 48 HIKE OF THE MONTH Lynx Lake A circling walk around this 55-acre water park near Prescott may yield glimpses of bald eagles in the ponderosa pines. 2 LETTERS & E-MAIL 3 TAKING THE OFF-RAMP Explore Arizona oddities, attractions and pleasures. 40 HIGHWAY TO HUMOR 41 ALONG THE WAY Ravens are clever and sneaky-they can open locks and unwrap packages-and they also can fly upside down. {also inside} {more stories online} GENE PERRETS WIT ...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland visited her home state Saturday to celebrate what marks the largest wilderness land donation in the agencys history and another addition to the nations landholdings as the Biden administration aims to conserve nearly one-third of Americas lands and waters by 2030.. The 15-square-mile (40-square-kilometer) donation from the Trust for Public Land increases the size of the Sabinoso Wilderness Area in northeastern New Mexico by nearly 50%. The property includes rugged canyons, mesas covered by pinon and juniper woodlands, pockets of ponderosa pine trees and savannah-like grasslands.. Haaland, who joined other officials at a remote site in San Miguel County, acknowledged that the area makes up part of the ancestral homelands of the Jicarilla Apache and northern pueblos of New Mexico. She said that, for generations, families have relied on the land for sustenance and that it means a lot to many people who visit the area in search of peace ...
State: Colorado. Address 1: Adjacent to Colorado Highway 14 and the Cache La Poudre River. Open: Mid May - late September. Number of Sites: 21. Elevation: 6500. Free: No. About: Dutch George Flats Campground is a lower-elevation campground located adjacent to Colorado Highway 14 and the Cache La Poudre River. It is primarily an open flat area but there are cottonwood and ponderosa pine trees within the riparian zone of the river, providing shade to some of the campsites. This campground is well-suited for larger RVs due to the highway access, paved interior road, and longer parking spurs. There are 20 sites available on a first-come, first-served basis. Facilities provided include restrooms and drinking water near each restroom. Each site contains a tent pad, fire grate, and picnic table. Popular activities in this area include fishing, four-wheel driving, and simply relaxing near the scenic Cache La Poudre River and Wilderness Area.. Fees: $17. Fees are half-price when water is off. ...
Invasive weeds are a major source of agricultural costs due to reduced productivity and the labor expended for weed control. In addition, the extensive use of herbicides to control weed populations has undesirable environmental consequences. Therefore, understanding mechanisms that facilitate exotic plant dispersal and displacement of natives in new ranges is critical to predicting and controlling invasions and may yield insights into the ecological processes that govern homeostasis and perturbation in natural plant communities.. Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin ex. Steud. (common reed) has been present in the United States for at least 10,000 years as a major component of mixed tidal wetland plant communities (Saltonstall, 2002). However, over the past 200 years its distribution and abundance has expanded rapidly and it is now considered one of the most aggressive invasive species in marsh communities in North America. Chloroplast DNA analysis has shown that 13 native North American Phragmites ...
Spruce up your Christmas party with a Pine Needle Garland! Pine Needle Garland featuring realistic evergreen pine needle sprays makes a cheerful holiday decoration.
This original watercolor painting is a nuthatch, hanging upside down as they so often do. The nuthatch is painted separately, then carefully cut out and glued, using archival glue to the polaroid frame which is approximately 3.5″ x 4.5″. Original artwork paintings are sent 3-5 days after payment and are shipped flat packaged in a bend resistant mailer with a backer board, wrapped in a cellophane sleeve.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Organic acids and aldehydes in throughfall and dew in a Japanese pine forest. AU - Chiwa, Masaaki. AU - Miyake, Takayuki. AU - Kimura, Nobuhito. AU - Sakugawa, Hiroshi. PY - 2008/11/1. Y1 - 2008/11/1. N2 - We analyzed low molecular weight organic acids and aldehydes in throughfall under pine forest, and organic acids in dew on chemically inert surfaces and pine needle surfaces at urban-and mountain-facing sites of pine forest in western Japan. Low molecular weight organic acids and aldehydes accounted for less than 5% of the dissolved organic carbon in throughfall at both sites. Formaldehyde at both sites and formate at the mountain-facing site were found at significantly lower concentrations in throughfall than in rainfall, which may be explained by the degradation and/or retention of these components by the pine canopy as the incident precipitation passed through it. The oxalate concentration in throughfall was significantly higher than those in rainfall at both sites, ...
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Guilford junior Nick Shedd won his second consecutive individual title and helped the Quakers to the team title at the seven-school Pine Needles Intercollegiate Tuesday. Shedd is the first Quaker to win consecutive medalist honors since Noah Ratner captured the first three events of the 2011-12 season.Shedds three-over-par 74 in Tuesdays final round at the Pine Needles Golf & Lodge earned a four-shot victory against Hampden-Sydneys Brian Burt in the 35-man field.
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Castle Rock. Come out for the 9th annual spring fling on the grassy lawn at the Phillip S. Miller Amphitheater. Beach balls, hula hoops, and hot racing action. Bring your blanket, spread out on the green lawn and cheer on the racers.. This lengthened 16-mile circuit includes the new Phillip S. Miller trail system, as well as the old Ridgeline trails. The new Miller Activity Complex (MAC) was constructed on the hills overlooking the town of Castle Rock. Check out everything the MAC has to offer on Town of Castle Parks website.. The tight course winds through Gambel Oak, Ponderosa and Pinyon Pine. Designed like Battle the Bear, the neutral aid station every lap provides excellent spectating opportunities and fast racing action.. Highlights include award ceremonies, sponsor village, park activities, and the Warriors Kidz race for ages 9 and under. Shake out the legs with the entire family at this exciting new summer venue. First 300 paid registrants get a t-shirt.. Event details and registration ...
I have a delicious case of spring fever once again, and after continuing a deep cleaning and re-do of my bedroom, I went to my southeast bed out back, revamped recently after the donated 5 foot tall goat fencing at last kept the chickens out, and pulled up easily 200 more seedlings of balsam apple vine, which last year consumed the Persian Lime, Meyers Lemon and Ponderosa Lemon. I carried about 8 bags of oak leaves dropped off by kind neighbors and spread a very thick layer beneath and around those trees in hopes of stopping more seedlings from germinating. I WILL keep that damned weed from choking out that bed this year! Since my teens Ive loved eating the sweet red pulp inside the orange fruits that form in late summer and fall, but not enough to let it grow ANYWHERE in my yard anymore. I can always gather then and the medicinal leaves in the wild. The Surinam Cherry at the south end of that bed is blooming so yesterday for the first time in years I fed it and gave it a deep watering. Once I ...
COSpublic provides Internet access for visitors to both the Weed and Yreka campuses as well as for personal devices belonging to staff and faculty. Those who use this network should be aware that it is an open network that requires no authentication and does not encrypt traffic. Users are unable to see others on the public network and have no access to the COS internal data network. Bandwidth is limited to a maximum of 10Mbps upload and 13Mbps download for each device.. Lodges provides Internet access for residents of the Juniper and Ponderosa Lodges. It is dedicated to course work and, consequently, blocks gaming applications such as Xbox and PlayStation and gives priority to videoconferencing and voice-over-IP traffic. Like COSpublic, those who use this network should be aware that it is an open network that requires no authentication and does not encrypt traffic. Users are unable to see others on the public network and have no access to the COS internal data network.. WeedStaff WiFi provides ...
When I arrived at the Stein River the snowpack returned. It wasnt quite ski worthy, but it was often shin deep. It was here that I made the second mistake of my trip. I hadnt considered packrafting this river in the planning stages, but the combination of snowpack in the valley plus a brushier than recalled valley trail made floating this section easily the best method. I knew the next 10 miles of river was mostly class I-II so it was a bit frustrating to be yanking skis through red alder beside it. I covered 6 miles on foot that night before setting up camp near Ponderosa Creek. The upside of following the trail was seeing the story told by animal tracks. Counter to my expectations, mule deer tracks were rare, with wolf dominating the trail and a few guest appearances by fox and hare.. ...
Come check out the Recreation in Glenwood, New Mexico including , Okobojo Point Recreation Area, Ponderosa Trails, Cool Crest Family Fun Center, City Parks, Big Sioux Recreation Area.
The 10-track set -- executive produced by Grammy Award-winner and early rap pioneer Rick Rubin -- is bona fide next-level, high-concept hip-hop, an adventurous amalgam of EDM, industrial rock, vintage Chicago acid house and cutting-edge drill music, with dashes of Jamaican dancehall and classic soul thrown in via samples of Nina Simons Strange Fruit, Ponderosa Twins Plus Ones Bound and vocal hooks by Charlie Wilson (Bound 2) and Frank Ocean (New Slaves). Declaring himself a monster about to come alive again, West kicks things off on a characteristically confrontational note with On Sight and Black Skinhead, two of Yeezus three collaborations with Daft Punk (though the latter also cops Marilyn Mansons Beautiful People beat). For all of its sonic ambitions, in fact, Yeezus is downright minimal, from its length (just over 40 minutes) to jarring arrangements that at times employ nothing but beats and, at several junctures, jar the listener by shifting into fuller musical snippets.
Douglas County School District staff today are redacting parts of an investigation report of a closed-door meeting between Ponderosa High School student Grace Davis and two members of the county board of education.. Spokesperson Paula Hans told The Colorado Independent this morning that the report was likely to be released later today but was delayed because staff were working on redactions.. The Independent has filed an open records request for an unredacted copy of the report.. The investigation, conducted by the law firm of Sherman & Howard, is expected to cost the Douglas County School District and its taxpayers $$163,696.25. That cost takes into account a discount of $18,000, according to a detailed invoice submitted by Sherman & Howard.. RELATED: Douglas County taxpayers to pay $163,696.25 for Davis investigation. The closed-door meeting between Davis and board Chair Meghann Silverthorn and Vice-Chair Judith Reynolds took place in March, without Davis parents consent or even knowledge, ...
Red-Breasted Nuthatch (2009) Original Art, Painting (6x6 in) by Victoria Wallace (Canada) Please contact us for the availability of this work. https://www.artmajeur.com/en/victoriartist/artworks/3777943/red-breasted-nuthatch
Microbiomes occupy different parts of the body including the oral cavity and they influence health and diseases. Studies on isolation and identification of culturable fungal microbiome prevalent in oral cavity of students in Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki was carried out in November, 2015. The aim of the study was to determine the most prevalent culturable fungi species inhabiting the oral cavity of healthy students. Swab sticks were employed for the collection of oral samples and inoculated onto potato dextrose agar (PDA) media and incubated for 72 hours at 250C, fungal species were isolated and identified. Fungi species identified were Candida, Aspergillus , Fusarium, Blastomyces and Histoplasma. The research revealed that Candida spp. and Aspergillus spp. were the most preponderant fungi organisms in oral cavity of healthy students.. ...
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Let this sweet bunny watch over the nursery by mounting the fusible-appliqued bunny design on 14 x 14 stretched canvas. Pattern has directions by McKenna Ryan of Pine Needles Designs. Wall size 14 x 14. ...
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Honestly I think the pine needles are just herbs. If you added them to the cup already they will disappear. Try combining the cup with the other things (cup with ice, lighter with wood to make fire, fire with cup ...
To investigate the functional properties and the antioxidant effect of pine needle(Pinus densiflora), the pine needle extract was obtained with methanol and its functionality was measured by spectrophotometric method, and the antioxidant experiment on soybean oil was carried out by the active oxygen method. The extraction yield of pine needle with 99% methanol was about 19%, the total flavonoid content of the pine needle-methanol extract was 11.32 mg/g on dry basis and the superoxide dismutase-like activity was 94.3%. The nitrite scavenging ability of the extract was pH dependent with the values of 77.44% at pH 1.2, 48.45% at pH 3.0 and 11.04% at pH 6.0, respectively. The peroxide value was 92.6 meq/kg at 5% dosage, 138.4 meq/kg at 2% dosage of the extract on 8 oxidation days. The period of the peroxide value to be 100 mg/kg was 4.9, 6.3 and 8.5 days at control, 2% and 5% dosage of extract, respectively. And the relative antioxidant effectiveness of the extract was 27.9% and 72.3% increase at 2% ...
In addition to the defensive phenotypes of the savanna pines, the chemistry of their leaves (i.e. pine needles) have undergone adaptation such that while on the tree, the leaves produce flame resistant chemicals, but when the leaves are shed, their chemical consistency changes to achieve an altogether different effect - they become flammable and easily ignited. As the leaves are shed from branches, they fall to the ground where they accumulate around the circumference of the trees. The piled pine needles are composed of cellulose-laden fibers, which unlike the fire-resistant lignin that evolved during the Paleozoic, serve as excellent fuel for fires. So when on the tree, the pine needles are similar to the armored plates found on the trunks, they help defend against tissue damage when exposed to wildfire; but, in the absence of recurrent fire, the leaves are quickly dropped and their chemistry changes to promote fire. Moreover, pine leaves arent the only fire stoking property of the savanna ...
Abstract The effects of five important operating variables and four dimensionless groups on oil recovery and finger formation during the immiscible radial displacement of oil by water in a consolidated water-wet model porous medium were investigated
This way, you can continue to interact and enjoy one anothers company. When it comes to a certain company which can thoroughly help with such concern then you will certainly be aided with this held guide. However, if you cannot resist the temptation and leave this app to check Facebook or play a game, your tree will wither away. Many trees will also die, but the coniferous tree needs the fire to help grow more so the coniferous tree will not die. From Rayong town, take Highway 3 and continue on Highway 3377 for 17 kilometers You will see the sign pointing to the National Park on your right. While at the beach, we heard we could camp for free at the isolated campgrounds which dotted the Apalachicola National Forest. If at all possible, release your pet from the forest as an alternative to eliminating it. Dipless, thanks for this valuable contribution. Samcapasso 1 Contribution What animals would be on a list of endangered animals? If you are moving animals out of Wisconsin to another state or ...
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Really excellent, excellent shots! Youre on a roll lately. I dont know if this happens to you, but I seem to be in a rut where every shot I take is not so hot--blurry, gray, boring. I have a 2gig card filled with crappy photos and nothing to blog. This happens occasionally, and then suddenly I get back in the groove again and everythings sharp and bright and interesting. Hm, bird photography imitating life? ...
Disclosed is a liquid crystal light modulating device and method for amufacturing the same. The liquid crystal light modulating device has a plurality of resin columns adhering two substrates between which a liquid crystal material is filled. The resin columns are arranged in a predetermined arrangement within a display region of the device. Each columns is made from a curable resin material as a main component, and forms a macromolecular material having thermoplasticity after curing.
Let author Lawrence Millman escort you on a journey into the history of over 150 fungi species. Learn how to make spore prints, discover which species are edible, find out which mushroom the Vikings ate before their raids and more ...