western hemlock

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Synonyms for western hemlock

tall evergreen of western North America

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After which, visitors experience a unique descent from platform-to-platform mounted on huge Western Hemlocks, finally rappelling from the last platform to the ground.
Joe 1,812 Pend Oreille/ 257 Kootenai Valley Species (a) WRC 1,390 DFL 2,260 GFHAF 3,536 LPPP 694 Quarter 1 1,768 2 1,571 3 2,634 4 1,907 (a) WRC = western redcedar; DFL = Douglas-fir and western larch; GFHAF = grand fir, western hemlock, and sub-alpine fir; LPPP = lodgepole pine and ponderosa pine.
The 204,000-ha area is largely mountainous and covered by forests of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in inland areas and forests of Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla), Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis), and Red Alder (Alrius rubra) closer to the coast.
Western hemlock has picked up a wide range of names over the years although today it is most often known as hemlock or Western hemlock.
Thousands of western hemlock conifers planted in the 20th century will be axed in 110 acres at West Arncliffe and Park Hole Woods, Glaisdale, near Whitby, allowing trees like sessile oak to regenerate.
If fuel reduction treatments are effective in reducing fire severities in the western hemlock, Douglas-fir forests of the west Cascades and the western hemlock , Sitka spruce forests of the Coast Range, it will come at the cost of long-term carbon storage, even if harvested material are used as biofuels," they added.
Southeast Alaska is home to one of the word's largest coastal temperate rainforests with virgin stands of native species like Sitka spruce, western hemlock, and red and yellow cedar.
They describe it as a shelter-like structure from Douglas Firs, Grand Fir and Western Hemlock, with panels of coloured Venetian glass.
Linger in the valley, bushy with waxberry and western hemlock, at Richard Serra's Wake sculptures--five towering, curved-steel forms undulate in inverted relation to one another.
The work features a sixty-foot Western hemlock (the official state tree of Washington) nurse log that the artist found after months of searching forests for the perfect specimen.
This exotic pest entered the United States from Japan in the 1920's and was first reported in Oregon on western hemlock, Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.
Stanley Park in Vancouver features huge Douglas-fir, Western Redcedar, and Western Hemlock trees which grow up to 300ft tall.
Only premium Western Hemlock timbers are used, which are air dried for many months, helping stabilize the moisture content and associated shrinkage and ultimately minimizing the settling of the finished home.
He was also able to describe some distinctive trees at the scene, which police tentatively identified as western hemlock, birch and hornbeam, all common in North Yorkshire.
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