UC Berkeley, Bioscience & Natural Resources Library > Wieslander Vegetation Type Map (VTM) Survey > Logging operation Santa Cruz Lumber Company. Timber felled, area burned preparatory for bucking into logs and yarding to railroad. Note standing dead Tanbark oaks and Douglas fir. The former will regenerate by sprouting. This burning results in radial change of type from Redwood Douglas fir to a brushfield of Ceanothus thyrsiflorus first, eventually changing to a hardwood (Tanbark oak)-Redwood type

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Logging operation Santa Cruz Lumber Company. Timber felled, area burned preparatory for bucking into logs and yarding to railroad. Note standing dead Tanbark oaks and Douglas fir. The former will regenerate by sprouting. This burning results in radial change of type from Redwood Douglas fir to a brushfield of Ceanothus thyrsiflorus first, eventually changing to a hardwood (Tanbark oak)-Redwood type
Creator
Wieslander, Albert Everett
Date Created and/or Issued
06-24-1930
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
255645
Subject
Ceanothus thyrsiflorus
Lithocarpus densiflora
Pseudotsuga taxifolia
Sequoia sempervirens
Place
Santa Cruz

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