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Forest statistics for the mountain region of North Carolina, 1955

by James F. McCormack

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry,
  • Statistics,
  • Timber

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James F. McCormack
    SeriesForest survey release -- 46, Forest survey release -- no. 46.
    ContributionsSoutheastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 pages :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26198845M
    OCLC/WorldCa435447353

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Forest statistics for the mountain region of North Carolina, 1955 by James F. McCormack Download PDF EPUB FB2

Three previous inventories, completed in, andprovide statistic for measuring changes and trends over the past 36 years. In this report, the primary emphasis is on the changes and trends since Citation: Cost, Noel D. Forest statistics for the mountain region of North Carolina Resour. Bull. SECited by: 2.

This report highlights the principal findings of the sixth forest survey of the Mountains of North Carolina. Field work began in August and was completed in November Five previous surveys, completed in, andprovide statistics for measuring changes and trends over the past 52 by: 1.

North r reports, USDA Forest Service Resource Bulletins SE and SE, have been issued for the Southern Coastal Plain and the Northern Coastal Plain of North Carolina. A simi-lar report for the Piedmont region and a report containing many of the State totals are being released with this re-port.

An indepth, analytical report onCited by: 1. Get this from a library. Forest statistics for the mountain region of North Carolina, [Noel D Cost; 1955 book Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)]. Forest Statistics for the Mountains of North Carolina, Mark J. Brown Highlights This report summarizes results from a inventory of the forest resources of the Mountains of North Carolina (fig.

Current estimates of forest area, timberland area, related classifications such as ownership and forest Cited by: 2. Highest mountains. The following sortable table lists the 20 highest mountain peaks of North Carolina with at least feet (49 m) of topographic prominence.

Listings found elsewhere may not necessarily agree because they do not include each of these mountains. Known as Jomeokee, “Great Guide” or “Pilot,” to the Saura who once inhabited the region, Pilot Mountain remains a towering landmark in the Piedmont region of North Carolina.

Northern settlers used the mountain as a guide on their journey down the Great Wagon Road. North Carolina forests contain the largest diversity of temperate and tropical tree species in the eastern United States. This abundance of species is due in large part to the wide variations in temperature, moisture, and soil that exist in the state's three geographic regions, the coastal plain, the piedmont, and the mountain region.

Three hundred miles of the Appalachian Trail wind through North Carolina's mountains. North Carolina has more than waterfalls, including Whitewater Falls, a foot, two-tiered cascade that is the highest on the East Coast.

There are more than waterfalls and miles of mountain streams in Transylvania County alone. The State of North Carolina has a group of twelve protected areas known as State Forests which are managed by the North Carolina Forest Service, an agency of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

The seven of the state forests are known as State Educational Forests, and they are primarily used to educate the public about the forest environment, forestry and forest management. One state forest, DuPont. Mountain Region Biome of North Carolina Climate Animals State Tree.

Created By: Macie O'Brien North Carolina is a part of the Deciduous Forest Climate. The mountain portion of nc has a cooler climate than the other two regions of nc.

It also gets more snow. The mountains block. North Carolina's forest land is one of the greatest influences on the state, providing economic value and adding immeasurably to the quality of life for its residents.

The forest products industry is the largest manufacturing business sector in the state, contributing approximately $ billion annually to the state's economy and providing. Altogether, in North Carolina there are 43 peaks that exceed 6, feet in elevation and another 82 that range between 5, and 6, feet.

The mountains of North Carolina are made up of a variety of rock types but the predominant type is a mass of metamorphic rocks. This report summarizes a inventory of the forest resources of a county area of North Carolina.

Major findings are highlighted in text and graphics; detailed data are presented in 49 tables. Citation: Brown, Mark J. Forest statistics for the mountains of North Carolina, Resour.

Bull. SRSCited by: 2. Western North Carolina (often abbreviated as WNC) is the region of North Carolina which includes the Appalachian Mountains, thus it is often known geographically as the state's Mountain contains the highest mountains in the Eastern United n North Carolina is sometimes included with upstate South Carolina as the "Western Carolinas", which is also counted as a single media.

Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, Forest Resources Research is administered through the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, with headquarters at Asheville, North Carolina.

The objective of the statewide timber inventories is to periodically measure and eval- Cited by: 2. The following publications are available free or for a nominal charge from most NCFS offices. Almost all of the publications listed are produced by NCFS except where noted.

NCFS distributes a wide variety of publications and educational items produced by the USDA Forest Service and other sources. North Carolina's National Forests are home to more than 5, miles of streams acres of lakes offering both warmwater and coldwater that bounty of water it's no surprise that waterfalls are main attractions on these National Forests.

North Carolina's National Forests are a summer home for more than 63 kinds of neotropical birds, such as the red-eyed vireo and indigo. Books set in North Carolina: [The Notebook, Where the Crawdads Sing, A Walk to Remember, Dear John, Message in a Bottle, Cold Mountain, The.

#N#U.S. Forest Service - National Forests in North Carolina. Looking for fall color this weekend. Come out to the Wild and Scenic Rivers Celebration at the Wilson Creek Visitors Center.

Check out the color along the river and join us at the festival from pm. Cold Mountain Fire Update 11/22/ Firefighters made good progress Friday to Followers: 26K. North Carolina's black bear hunting is the best on the planet.

Bears continue to expand their range. The state has the highest number of acres in bear sanctuaries in the lower 48 states, giving a boost to bear numbers and bear sizes.When you come to North Carolina in search of your first waterfall, you may just stumble upon of them.

Seeing the Ocean. In North Carolina, the beach doesn’t just stretch out in front of you. It stretches out all around you. Tasting Moonshine. In North Carolina, your first sip of moonshine might just be from a recipe five generations old.The North Carolina Forest Service, formerly known as the North Carolina Division of Forest Resources is a North Carolina state government agency responsible for providing land management assistance to landowners.

The agency's primary responsibility is wildland fire control on all state and privately owned land in North Carolina, United States. The Service was a Division of the N.C. Department Jurisdiction: State of North Carolina.