1 edition of Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona found in the catalog.
1965 by Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Fort Collins, Colo .
Written in English
|Statement||Roland L. Barger and Peter F. Ffolliott|
|Series||Research note RM -- 40, Research note RM -- 40.|
|Contributions||Ffolliott, Peter F., Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.), United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. :|
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Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona by Barger, Roland L; Ffolliott, Peter F; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Pages: 6. Get this from a library.
Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona. [Roland L Barger; Peter F Ffolliott; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.); United States. Forest Service.].
Specific Gravity of Alligator Juniper in Arizona Volume 40 of Research note RM Volume 40 of U.S. Forest Service research note RM: Authors: Roland L.
Barger, Peter F. Ffolliott: Contributors: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.), United States. Forest Service: Publisher. Alligator Juniper. Juniperus deppeana Arizona Native Alligator juniper is native throughout the West and Southwest.
Typically, it grows from 20 to 30 feet tall. The Prescott National Forest lays claim to the largest measured alligator juniper, which is 46 feet tall and is 27 feet, 4 inches. Specific gravity of alligator juniper in Arizona / By Roland L. Barger, Peter F. Ffolliott, United States. Forest Service.
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Common Name(s): Alligator Juniper. Scientific Name: Juniperus deppeana. Distribution: Southwestern United States and northern Mexico.
Tree Size: ft ( m) tall, ft m) trunk diameter. Average Dried Weight: 36 lbs/ft 3 ( kg/m 3) Specific Gravity (Basic, 12% MC), Janka Hardness: 1, lb f (5, N) Modulus of Rupture: 6, lb f /in 2 (. Juniperus deppeana (Alligator Juniper) Cupressaceae (Cypress Family) Semi-desert, foothills.
Woodlands. Spring. Above and left: Saguaro National Park, East, Febru This very distinctive and attractive Juniper is found only in the far southern portions of the Four Corners area in Arizona and New Mexico. Bonus to retreat participants: Alligator Juniper has generously donated a copy of their last issue for each retreat goer.
So you’ll soon get a chance to see for yourself what a beautiful magazine it is. Thank you, Alligator Juniper. Founding Editor of Alligator Juniper, Bishop currently holds the position of Fiction Editor and Co-Editor of Creative Nonfiction there.
The only thing more rewarding than holding a new issue of Alligator Juniper fresh off the printing press is celebrating the authors who have work published within those pages. “The Fairly Quiet Hour,” by E.L. DeLeo, was published in the issue of AJ as one of the student winners of the Susan Tito Prize.
She serves as poetry and creative nonfiction editor for Alligator Juniper. Her work has also appeared in journals such as Alaska Quarterly Review, Crazyhorse, Miramar, Southern Poetry Review, and Spillway.
It is such a pleasure to have our state and our authors recognized. Please tell us below what you love most about Arizona or the Southwest. JUNIPERS: Juniper is known for its antirheumatic, anti-inflammatory, decongestant, analgesic, diuretic, anti-infectious, and astringent following 7 species of Juniper are native to Arizona.
Their environments, appearances, aromas and chemistries vary greatly. While there is a great deal of overlap in the therapeutic uses of these oils, we have attempted to highlight.
Alligator juniper is native to the mountains of Trans-Pecos Texas northwest to northwestern New Mexico and northern and southeastern Arizona. Also in the mountains of northern and central Mexico, in the states of Coahuila, Michoacan, Mexico, Hidalgo, Tlaxcala, Puebla and Vera Cruz on dry mountain slopes at 6, to 8, foot elevation.
Specific gravity data are given for several Arizona pinyon-juniper species. Biomass conversion equations are constructed from pinyon-juniper data collected in Nevada.
Specific gravity and estimated physical properties of Emory oak in southeastern Arizona. Average specific gravity of Emory oak (Quercus emoryi) estimated from increment cores was ± (95 percent confidence interval). Increment core specific gravity is a predictor of average tree specific gravity.
but higher than those. Basic Specific Gravity; Hardwood Maple, Bigleaf / British Columbia / Broadleaf / Oregon Acer macrophyllum Arizona White / Arizona Quercus Arizonica Hardwood Oak, Bastard White Quercus austrina Juniper, Alligator / Checkerbark Juniperus deppeana Soft Wood Juniper, Western Juniperus occidentalis.
Alligator juniper firewood is common in Arizona and has similar burning characteristics. Utah juniper also called shaggy juniper or shag bark juniper grows throughout the interior of the west and has similar firewood characteristics.
It also has shaggy bark which makes it easier to light and can be used as kindling. Juniper Firewood BTU. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
Full text of "Physical characteristics and utilization of major woodland tree species in Arizona". Alligator Juniper is a national literary magazine published annually by Prescott College.
The journal was founded by Melanie Bishop in Publication is funded by the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. In, andthe magazine won the content award of the AWP Director's Prize for undergraduate line: Literary magazine.
Juniperus deppeana Steud. var. pachyphlaea (Torr.) Martínez: JUDES2: Juniperus deppeana Steud. var. sperryi Correll: Juniperus deppeana Steud.
– alligator juniper Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Wetland Status Arizona: abstract & image of redcedar (Juniperus species) (JUDE2) Wildlife. Food. Source. Sites photographed for the series in this volume were selected to represent a range of conditions in oak/juniper woodland ecosystems in southern Arizona and New Mexico.
Photographs were taken, and fuel loading, stand structure, and composition data were collected by using the procedures of Maxwell and Ward () as a guide. REGIONAL BIOMASS EQUATIONS USED BY FIA. TO ESTIMATE BOLE, BARK, AND BRANCHES. wood density factor (in tables below) as follows: Cubic volume = green cubic volume in cubic feet (ft3) Wood density = (Specific gravity of a tree species) * ( lbs/ft3) 63 Alligator juniper -- -- -- -- 0 64 Western juniper 13 13 13 13 In this table of girth records in Arizona only girth measurements made at a height between m and m are listed.
Trees with multiple trunks are excluded. Of course this inventory contains only tree records as far as they are registered on this site.
Download Strength-and-related-properties-of-woods-grown-in-the-united-states ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, Specific Gravity Of Alligator Juniper In Arizona. Author: Roland L. Barger ISBN: MINNDP Genre: Junipers File Size: MB Format: PDF, Docs Download: Workability: Sharp cutters and light passes are recommended when working with Cypress to avoid tearout.
Also, the wood has been reported by some sources to have a moderate dulling effect on cutting edges. Cypress has good gluing, nailing, finishing, and paint-holding properties. Odor: Cypress has a distinct, somewhat sour odor while being worked.
The Alligator Juniper that we provide are also part of Arizona history. Our beautiful resources come from the Rodeo-Chedeski fire which occurred in It was the horrible time when two huge forest fires converged as one which resulted in the second largest forest fire in the state of Arizona history, approximatelyacres burned.
FIA ID Common name Family Genus Species Species group Wood specific gravity Bark specific gravity gravity source equation 0 conifers 63 Alligator juniper Cupressaceae Juniperus deppeana wo Arizona pine Pinaceae Pinus arizonica pi. Soil water storage under natural and cleared stands of alligator and Utah juniper in northern Arizona / Author Skau, Clarence M.
Published Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) trees are a common sight in the high desert of eastern Oregon, southwestern Idaho, and northeastern r trees have been described as looking like "polka-dots on the hillsides".
Western juniper populations have expanded and contracted over the last 7, years. Juniper is from Arizona’s high country. Alligator juniper makes excellent firewood because of cialis sale the relatively high heat value and the pleasant aroma. Arizonans love this wood. S haggy Juniper, slightly less expensive than Alligator Juniper but burns slower and longer.
Research Highlights: Estimates using measurements from a sample of approximatelyfield plots imply that while the species composition of US forests varies substantially across different age groups, the specific gravity of wood in those forests does not.
This suggests that models using increasingly accurate spaceborne measurements of tree size to model forest Author: Sean P. Healey, James Menlove. Common Name: Scientific Name: Specific Gravity: Density kg/m³: Region: Ailanthus / Tree Of Heaven: Ailanthus altissima: North America: Alder / Grey.
Dave, Kathy, Dottie, and Randy take time out to admire this huge alligator juniper sitting right at the edge of the trail. Granite Mountain has some of the largest alligator junipers we have ever seen in Arizona, and this particular one is probably the largest juniper along the entire trail.
Massive alligator juniper at trail’s edge. [Chuck]. Alligator Juniper. Its habitat in the US includes only Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. One look at its bark, and it is easy to understand where it got its name. The patchy, scaly bark of the Alligator Juniper.
This species has both male and female trees, with only the berries/cones on the female tree worth eating. The male pollen cones are the. Western Soapberry & Alligator Juniper There are many other native trees that we carry. The Mexican Plum is an extremely drought tolerant tree which can grow to be 15' tall with a very interesting bark and beautiful white sweet flower blossom in the early Spring.
Today's poem is "Tectonics" from Keeping Even. Stephen F. Austin State University Press. Sheila Sanderson N lives in the high desert mountains of Prescott, Arizona and teaches Arts & Letters Program at Prescott College.
She serves as a poetry and creative nonfiction editor for Alligator Juniper. Books by Sheila Sanderson. Ancient Juniper Hike Meet at the Natural History Institute Saturday, Novem and hike to the largest Alligator Juniper recorded in Arizona with the person who first documented its measurements, alumnus Mark Plourde.
This adventure will take all day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and costs $ Keeping Even is “a brilliant book,” says K. Cook, author of Love Songs for the Quarantined and Last Call: “written in a wondrous blend of the vernacular and the philosophical, the poemsglow with radiance and witSanderson beautifully meditates on the epiphanies of travel, the knotty loyalties of family and home, the bewilderment of grief, and the complex gratitude for /5(7).
Although forever changed, the route is worth hiking. It lets you walk in the line of fire and witness its effects first-hand.
(Conteras Ranch Road (Forest Road A) is located off Iron Springs Road, about miles west of Prescott’s Four-Points intersection of Willow Creek, Whipple/Montezuma, Miller Valley, and Iron Springs). Redberry juniper is believed to be a stabilized hybrid of alligator juniper (J.
deppeana) and one-seed juniper (J. monosperma) that developed during the Pleistocene (Hall and Carr ). Redberry juniper is a somewhat variable taxon (species), with some quite divergent populations in the Trans-Pecos region, where it is morphologically similar.
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Your donation is tax deductible and helps bring quality literature and photography to a national audience. Additionally, your donation helps support our Literary Journal Practicum, a unique opportunity for Prescott .There are other Junipers too.
Utah juniper which grows all over Nevada and Arizona, is considered a weed by ranchers there. Sadly it has very little color in the wood. Alligator Juniper grows in Arizona, and has very nice color.
I know that some of the Juniper .specific gravity of Its most distinctive characteristic is its high specific gravity. Barite is commonly white to light gray, but specimens have been found which are light blue, brown, and nearly black. It is generally opaque and has a pearly to vitreous luster.
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