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By Leslie A. Viereck, Elbert Luther Little

ISBN-10: 0585207399

ISBN-13: 9780585207391

ISBN-10: 0912006196

ISBN-13: 9780912006192

Alaska timber and Shrubs has been the definitive paintings at the woody vegetation of Alaska for greater than 3 a long time. This new, thoroughly revised moment version presents up to date details on habitat, in addition to specified descriptions of each tree or shrub species within the country. New distribution maps replicate the most recent survey information, whereas the keys, word list, and appendix on non-native crops make this the main worthwhile consultant to Alaska bushes and shrubs ever released.

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Alaska's Forest Resource" (Hutchison 1967) is a report of the first forest inventory of Alaska, made as part of the nationwide Forest Survey. S. Forest Products Laboratory 1963) compiled information relating to the characteristics, distribution, and utilization of 11 commercially important species. Forestry research in Alaska is being conducted by the USDA Forest Service through its Institute of Northern Forestry under the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, with headquarters at 809 NE.

The woody plant species of Alaska generally can be separated Page 10 Left, map of white spruce (Picea glauca), showing maximum spruce-hardwood forests of the interior (I). Right, Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis), showing occurrence of coastal spruce-hemlock forests (C) of southeast Alaska. into two groups according to distribution within the State corresponding to the forest regions, as indicated in the List of Species under Contents. Many are confined to the coastal spruce-hemlock forests (C) of southeast Alaska.

The number seems relatively less also, because some tree species generally are shrubby and many are not widely distributed within the State. New residents and visitors will find some familiar species. Nearly all species of large woody plants native in Alaska grow wild somewhere in the lower 48 States. More than half of the Alaska tree species range as far south as some part of California. This handbook covers all Alaska from the narrow southeastern coastal region along the Pacific Ocean west and southwest through the long chain of the Aleutian Islands, and north through the interior to the Arctic Ocean, also the many islands along the coasts.

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