The Forests of Mount Rainier National Park
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The Forests of Mount Rainier National Park

By G. F. (Grenville F.) Allen
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Table of Contents
  • FORESTS OF MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK
  • PUBLICATIONS ON MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS.
  • THE FORESTS OF MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK.
    • GENERAL STATEMENT.
    • EFFECTS OF FIRE.
    • AGE AND DIMENSIONS OF TREES.
    • DESCRIPTIONS OF SPECIES.
      • DOUGLAS FIR (PSEUDOTSUGA TAXIFOLIA).
      • WESTERN RED CEDAR (THUJA PLICATA.)[1]
      • WESTERN HEMLOCK (TSUGA HETEROPHYLLA).
      • WESTERN WHITE PINE (PINUS MONTICOLA).
      • AMABILIS FIR (ABIES AMABILIS).[2]
      • NOBLE FIR (ABIES NOBILIS).
      • ALPINE FIR (ABIES LASIOCARPA).[3]
      • GRAND FIR (ABIES GRANDIS.)[4]
      • ENGELMANN SPRUCE (PICEA ENGELMANNI).
      • YELLOW CYPRESS (CHAMAECYPARIS NOOTKATENSIS).
      • LODGEPOLE PINE (PINUS CONTORTA).
      • MOUNTAIN HEMLOCK (TSUGA MERTENSIANA).
      • WHITE-BARK PINE (PINUS ALBICAULIS).
      • WESTERN YEW (TAXUS BREVIFOLIA).[5]
      • DECIDUOUS TREES.
    • DOUGLAS FIR (PSEUDOTSUGA TAXIFOLIA).
    • WESTERN RED CEDAR (THUJA PLICATA.)[1]
    • WESTERN HEMLOCK (TSUGA HETEROPHYLLA).
    • WESTERN WHITE PINE (PINUS MONTICOLA).
    • AMABILIS FIR (ABIES AMABILIS).[2]
    • NOBLE FIR (ABIES NOBILIS).
    • ALPINE FIR (ABIES LASIOCARPA).[3]
    • GRAND FIR (ABIES GRANDIS.)[4]
    • ENGELMANN SPRUCE (PICEA ENGELMANNI).
    • YELLOW CYPRESS (CHAMAECYPARIS NOOTKATENSIS).
    • LODGEPOLE PINE (PINUS CONTORTA).
    • MOUNTAIN HEMLOCK (TSUGA MERTENSIANA).
    • WHITE-BARK PINE (PINUS ALBICAULIS).
    • WESTERN YEW (TAXUS BREVIFOLIA).[5]
    • DECIDUOUS TREES.
    • FOOTNOTES
  • INDEX TO SPECIES DESCRIBED.
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