Forest essays, level 7-12
|Title:||Forest essays, level 7-12.|
|Name(s):||Oregon Forest Resources Institute, issuing body.|
|Type of Resource:||text|
1 online resource (36 pages) : illustrations
|Table of Contents:||Big red wins back title as nation's largest ponderosa pine -- Salmon's journey home -- Destructive foreign invader -- Douglas-fir seedling reaches for the light -- Community members and school kids bring back a forest -- High-climbing botanists discover treetop ecosystem -- Planting a tree could change your life -- My life as a wildlife biologist -- 1920s logger becomes a leader in sustainable forestry -- Shocking, implanting and gacking : the Hinkle Creek research project -- Whitebark pine hangs on for dear life -- Armies of decomposers keep the forest clean -- When beetles battle pines, it's a pitched pine beetle battle -- How Oregon's state tree got its name -- Monster storm wreaks havoc -- Engineered wood for a more sustainable future.|
Title from PDF cover (viewed on July 19, 2016).
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Forestry schools and education -- Oregon
|Held by:||Oregon State Library|
|Restrictions on Access:||Permission granted to copy in whole or in part without charge.|
|Restrictions on Access:||http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/|
|Other Format:||Print version: Forest essays, level 7-12. Identifier: (OCoLC)953735388|