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New Hampshire"s forests, 2007
R. S. Morin
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station in Newtown Square, PA
Written in English
The first full annual inventory of New Hampshire"s forests reports near 4.8 million acres of forest land with an average volume of nearly 2,200 cubic feet per acre. Forest land is dominated by the maple/beech/birch/forest-type group, which occupies 53 percent of the total forest land area. Fifty-seven percent of forest land consists of large-diameter trees, 32 percent contains medium-diameter trees, and 11 percent contains small diameter trees. The volume of growing stock on timberland has been rising since the 1980"s and currently totals nearly 9.5 billion cubic feet. The average annual net growth of growing stock on timberland from 1997 to 2007 is approximately 164 million cubic feet per year. Additional information is presented on forest attributes, land use change, carbon, timber products, and forest health. Detailed information on forest inventory methods and data quality estimates is included in a DVD at the back of the report. Tables of population estimates and a glossary are also included.
|Other titles||Statistics and quality assurance|
|Statement||Randall S. Morin ... [et al.].|
|Series||Resource bulletin NRS -- 53, Resource bulletin NRS -- 53.|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service. Northern Research Station|
|LC Classifications||SD144.N4 N52 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2011505278|
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: Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. ACKNOWLEDGMENT The survey of the forests of New Hampshire was made by the Northeastern Forest Experiment Station of the U. Forest Service Upper Darby Pa. in cooperation with the New Hampshire State Forest and Recreation Commission.
The commission and the Brown Co. of Berlin N. provided the aerial photographs that were used. Extension Forester K. Barraclough and the county. Residents believe cougars still roam New Hampshire’s forests.
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Park name Location (of main entrance) Area Abbott State Forest: Concord: 35 acres (14 ha) Agnew State Forest: Jefferson: acres (44 ha)Federal: National Historic Site, Saint-Gaudens.
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K likes. Sincethe Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (Forest Society) has worked to conserve /5(1). New Hampshire, federal government, and local public entities own the remainder (4, 18, and 5 percent, respectively). New Hampshire’s forests have been maturing, as illustrated in the distribution of timberland by stand-size classes (Fig.
Since the inventory, the acreage of largediameter - Author: Randall S. Morin, Richard H. Widmann. 76 percent of New Hampshire’s forests are privately owned. Just over half of New Hampshire’s forests are northern hardwood trees.
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