Clarifying details on a 1930s-era pine-hardwood stand in Arkansas

  • Authors: Bragg, Don C. 
  • Publication Year: 2015
  • Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
  • Source: Southeastern Naturalist. 14(4): N50-N54

Abstract

Data from recently discovered daily-work logs of US Forest Service (USFS) researcher Russell R. Reynolds enabled me to clarify a study I published a decade ago on a 1930s-vintage unmanaged, second-growth Pinus (pine)–hardwood stand in southeastern Arkansas. Though still too vague to reveal every detail, Reynolds’ work logs confirmed a number of assumptions in the original paper and provided me with the background information to herein describe a more precise sampling framework for this 1930s-era study plot.

  • Citation: Bragg, Don C. 2015. Clarifying details on a 1930s-era pine-hardwood stand in Arkansas. Southeastern Naturalist. 14(4): N50-N54. 5 p.
  • Keywords: Crossett Experimental Forest, Russell R. Reynolds, pine-hardwood, Arkansas, history
  • Posted Date: April 7, 2016
  • Modified Date: April 20, 2016
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