Forest Conditions in the Olympic Forest Reserve, Washington

Forest Conditions in the Olympic Forest Reserve, Washington

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...area acres.. 23,040 Total stand of tindier feet B. M.. 1,001,250,000 Average stand Imt sicre do... 43, 500 Depth of lmmus inches.. 5 Litter Heavy. Slalistics offorest trees in T. 25 N.i R. 10 W. Township 25 North. Rang; 11 West. The surface of this township is rolling, with a rather steep westward slope. It is drained by branches of Clearwater River. The entire surface is forested, the timber consisting chiefly of hemlock and lovely fir, with a little cedar and spruce. About four-fifths of the timber is of good quality, with large and heavy stands, especially along the streams. The soil is red shot clay in the valleys, grading to gravel in the uplands. The underbrush is dense everywhere. 9477--No. 7--02 4 With the exception of a small tract in the southeast corner, which can be logged to Queets River, the luinl-er can all be taken down the branches of Clearwater. Although n.ne of these are good logging streams, still their valleys afford excellent routes for tramways, which can be built cheaply into the township. Forest conditions in T. Jn A.," R. 11 W. Timbered area acres.. 23,040 Total stand of timber feet B. M.. SIM), 750,000 Average stand Jkt acre do... 37,400 Depth of humus inches.. 5 Litter Statistics of forest trees hi T. J., .V., R. 11 11'. SIieeiHi. Stand. Fliiv'lit Diameter. Clear. Ik-ait. Dlcued. Age. Million ft. B. M. Fiet. Inchis. F(i1 ft rcent. /Vr eent. Yenes. Cedar 61 121 49 24 8 22 232 i Hemlock 482 i 148 24 29 i 5 8 157 Spruce 24J' 200 53 54 2 4 205 Lovelv fir 293! 156' 28 32 3 5 160 Township 2f North, Range 12 West. The surface of this township is nearly all open and mountainous, with the exception of the valley of Clearwater River, which Hows from east to west across the southern part of the township with a belt of...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236592662
  • 9781236592668