balsam poplar

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Synonyms for balsam poplar

poplar of northeastern North America with broad heart-shaped leaves

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In addition, our survey tallied at least 10 small stands of balsam poplar at this site.
Several of the known Arctic stands of balsam poplar also grow on abandoned gravel roads and pads (Breen, 2014).
Floodplain Forest White elm Green ash Manitoba maple Basswood / linden Cottonwood Peach-leaf willow Deciduous Forest, Parkland Aspen poplar Balsam poplar Green ash Bur oak Mixed and Coniferous Forest Aspen poplar Jack pine White spruce White birch Balsam fir Red pine White pine Coniferous Bog, Swamp Black spruce Tamarack / larch White cedar Table 3 Wood and charcoal remains from 19th-century archaeological sites and houses in the Red River Settlement.
Rare species were hazel, balsam poplar, red-osier dogwood, balsam fir, alder, bog birch, black ash, oak, elderberry, and white pine.
Common Common Paper birch Betula papyrifera Common Common Bog birch Betula pumila Not Browsed Rare Red-osier dogwood Cornus stolonifera Common Rare Hazel Corylus cornuta Common Rare Black ash Fraxinus niger Not Browsed Rare White pine Pinus strobus Rare Rare Balsam poplar Populus balsamifera Rare Rare Quaking aspen Populus tremuloides Common Common Pin cherry Prunus pennsylvanicus Common Common Choke cherry Prunus virginianus Common Common Oak Quercus spp.
Kraft pulps from the four hybrid poplars had tensile properties superior to those of pulps from aspen and balsam poplar.
It is also lower than the values given by the Wood Handbook (8) for the cottonwoods: balsam poplar, black and eastern, whi ch are 0.
The balsam poplar cottonwood and black cottonwood have slightly lower radial shrinkage of 3.
At higher elevations, the vegetation includes such trees as white spruce (Picea glauca) and balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera), with an understory of willows (Salix alaxensis, S.
American poplars include cottonwood, balsam poplar, bigtooth aspen and quaking aspen.
As Hugh Johnson explains in his book, "Encyclopedia of Trees," "The four branches of the family are the black, white, trembling and balsam poplars.
A total of 239 white spruce (Picea glauca), 24 aspen (Populus tremuloides), 58 white birch (Betula papyrifera), and 33 balsam poplar (Populus balsarnifera) trees were available for calculation of the observed N productivity.
Balsam poplar is the northernmost tree species in North America, with a reported range that extends generally to the tree line across the continent and beyond the tree line in Alaska, where extralimital stands growing in Arctic ecosystems on the North Slope have been documented and studied.
Balsam Poplar (Populus balsamifera; Salicaceae) Beyond the Treeline in the Western Canadian Mainland Arctic (Northwest Territories).