|Statement||Roy C. Beltz ... [et al.]|
|Series||General technical report WO -- 60|
|Contributions||Beltz, Roy C, United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 atlas (59 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||59|
Timber volume distribution maps for the eastern United States / By Roy C. Beltz and United States. Forest Service. Cite. BibTex; Maps, Timber, Trees, United States, East Cited by: 7. U.S. Forest Type Map. USFS. This is the United States Forest Service's (USFS) forest type location map. The map gives you a visual presentation of the 26 major timber or forest type groups along with their natural ranges in the United States. These are the major timber types from the Eastern Forests, Western Forests, and Hawaii Forests. Part armchair travelogue, part guide book, this projected three-volume series—divided into the western, central, and eastern United States—will introduce readers to all national forests across the country. This Land is the only comprehensive field guide that describes the natural features, wildernesses, scenic drives, campgrounds, and hiking trails of our national forests, many of. Here is an index map of 20 major timber types in the United States as defined by the Society of American Foresters. Each forest type listed on the map is presented where it most frequently occurs within its native range. The tree type map is color-coded by each specific forest cover type and public lands are excluded.
Forest Volume and Species Distribution Maps. The circle is moved systematically over the geographic area of 24 states within the NRS FIA region, “painting” estimates of forest information on the map as it goes. Forest estimates are calculated on a per acre of forest land ore, all the forest information is located only in the. volume with nearly twice the volume of the next most common species, Loblolly pine, in the South. These 10 species account for 45% of all volume. Red maple, in the North, is the most common tree found in U.S. forests followed closely by Loblolly pine, the most commonly planted tree, in the South. These 10 species account for 39% of all trees. Eastern deciduous forests in the United States have supplied marketable non-timber forest products (NTFP) since the 18th century. However, trade is still largely informal, and the market scope and. Eastern deciduous forests in the United States have supplied marketable non-timber forest products (NTFP) since the 18th century. However, trade is still largely informal, and the market scope and structure are not well understood. One exception is American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.). Ginseng’s legal status as a threatened species requires that buyers apply for a license and keep sales.
Although the actual title of the map is "Distribution of Mounds in the Eastern United States" it also illustrates mounds as far west of the Mississippi River as North and South Dakota. Printed on an offset press, the semi-gloss finish paper is coated on both sides, 18" x 24". The most comprehensive and user-friendly field guide to the trees of eastern North America. Covering species, more than any comparable field guide, Trees of Eastern North America is the most comprehensive, best illustrated, and easiest-to-use book of its kind. Presenting all the native and naturalized trees of the eastern United States and Canada as far west as the Great . Introduction: The species table published on this website contains links to the distribution maps of eastern U.S. tree species based on Importance Values (IV) derived from Forest Inventory Analysis (FIA) data and a geographical information system (GIS) database of Elbert L. Jr. Little's published ranges.. Between and , Elbert L. Jr. Little, Chief Dendrologist with the . To study the characteristics of off-root trade in the eastern deciduous forests of the United States, registered ginseng buyers in 15 eastern states were surveyed in and about business attributes, purchase volume, and harvest distribution for 15 off-root species selected for their economic and conservation value.