UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library > Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey > Remains of a western yellow pine. Redwood-Douglas fir type on west slope of ridge between Dry and Cumiskey Creeks. Land cleared for grazing. In center tall tree on left is Pinus ponderosa on right Sequoia sempervirens. Dead trees to right of redwood are girdled Douglas fir. Most of remaining western yellow pines on this ridge have been recently girdled. Associated hardwoods are Black and Tanbark oaks

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Title
Remains of a western yellow pine. Redwood-Douglas fir type on west slope of ridge between Dry and Cumiskey Creeks. Land cleared for grazing. In center tall tree on left is Pinus ponderosa on right Sequoia sempervirens. Dead trees to right of redwood are girdled Douglas fir. Most of remaining western yellow pines on this ridge have been recently girdled. Associated hardwoods are Black and Tanbark oaks
Creator
Wieslander, Albert Everett
Date Created and/or Issued
09-19-1928
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
Collection
Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey
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Type
image
Format
Photo
Still image
Identifier
229557
Subject
Lithocarpus densiflora
Pinus ponderosa
Pinus sp
Prunus subcordata
Pseudotsuga taxifolia
Quercus kelloggii
Sequoia sempervirens
Place
Ornbaum

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