We identified the proportion of transect (buffered by 10 m on each side) covered by each vegetation type: ponderosa pine, mixed conifer (consolidated USFS types of Douglas-fir, white fir, and blue spruce), spruce-fir (consolidated USFS types of Engelmann spruce
Preliminary lumber recovery for dead and live Engelmann spruce
However, subalpine fir and small ([less than]10 cm dbh) Engelmann spruce
largely escape the effects of spruce beetle outbreak, thereby dramatically changing the composition of the infested stand (Schmid and Hinds 1974, Baker and Veblen 1990, Holsten et al.
Small Engelmann spruce
and subalpine fir in the seedling bank of old-growth subalpine forests in southern British Columbia were old and growing very slowly.
The Alaska spruce that grow at high latitudes are even stronger than famously strong Engelmann spruce
that grow in the Rocky Mountain because there are more growth rings per inch, he explains.
Effects of population structure and cone production on outcrossing rates in Engelmann spruce
and subalpine fir.
An equally complex situation is encountered with the interior spruce of British Columbia, which involves white spruce in the north and mainly Engelmann spruce
The 2003 Capitol Holiday Tree, a 70-foot Engelmann Spruce
, will decorate the front lawn of the U.
Douglas fir, Grand fir, Engelmann spruce
and Ponderosa pine created a carpet of green spires along the slopes and ridges.
the sale is predominantly standing dead lodgepole pine with a component of engelmann spruce
and subalpine fir.
A snag Engelmann spruce
(Picea engelmannii), which contained a red squirrel nest, had been struck by lightning, and the upper bole and branches were in flames.
Other elements can be Engelmann Spruce
and Colorado Blue Spruce, which are not affected by MPB.
The purpose of this study was to determine if tonewood qualities of Interior spruce, a common name used to describe the grouping of Engelmann spruce
(Picea engelannii [Parry] Engelm.
In Gunnison County, Colorado, aspen occurs at elevations between 2600 m and 3400 m (Langenheim, 1962) where it may grow in mixed stands with subalpine conifers, commonly Engelmann spruce
(Picea engelmannii) and subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa), or as relatively pure aspen forests.
During the summer and early autumn (2-4 mo) they usually forage for seeds in cones of Engelmann spruce