Interior spruce from the central interior of British Columbia (BC) is a common name used for the grouping of Engelmann spruce (Picea engelannii [Parry] Engelm.
From Gonzalez (1990), the ovendry density for Engelmann spruce from BC was 425 kg [m.
Among them were four trees that easily topped 400 points: a 455-point water tupelo in Southampton County, Virginia; a 435-point Arizona sycamore in Coconino National Forest, Arizona; a 430-point Shumard oak in Powell County, Kentucky; and a 428-point Engelmann spruce
in Olympic National Park, Washington.
1984) had also shown a relatively long period of dormancy for Engelmann spruce
Treatability of southern pine, Douglas-fir and Engelmann spruce
heart-wood with ammoniacal copper arsenate and chromated copper arsenate.
Bending properties in western redcedar and Engelmann spruce were reduced significantly after SCF treatment.
The Douglas-fir, western redcedar, and Engelmann spruce were purchased locally.
Western redcedar and Engelmann spruce exhibited the most severe defects after treatment.
Engelmann spruce accounts for 48 percent of production in the region, followed by ponderosa pine at 18 percent, and Douglas-fir at 16 percent.
Manufacturers use a wide range of softwood species to build pallets, including ponderosa pine, lodge-pole pine, Douglas-fir, Engelmann spruce, southern pines, cedar, and hemlock.
An Engelmann spruce
in Payette Lake, Idaho, succumbed to bark beetles.
At Riverside, California, in some preliminary results from seedling studies, sulfur and ozone actually seemed to stimulate Engelmann spruce
and white fir to grow taller.
While ice crystallizes across the Gallatin River, a forest of Engelmann spruces
darkens the shorelines and mountain slopes.