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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 118 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 118
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Big Creek Woods Santa Cruz Co.  [June 20, 1907]  Second-growth Tan Oak  Tree No. 1. Height = 52 feet Diam. stump at cut = 7 in. (at 1 ft. a.g. [foot above ground]. Thickness bark at cut = 1 1/4 in. No. of rims taken = 6 Weight = 145 pounds Diam. peeled trunk at end last run = 4 in. Thickness bark last rim = 1/4 in. Age = 32 years.  Tree No. 2 Height = 67 feet Diam. stump at cut = 10 in. (at 1 1/2 ft. a.g.  Thickness bark at cut = 1 1/4 in. No. of rims taken = 6 Weight = 214 pounds Thickness bark uppermost rim = 1/4 in. Diam. peeled trunk at end last run = 6 in. Age = 62 years. This tree was evidently stump sprout but not from cutting.  ::::::::: [Big Creek Woods Santa Cruz Co.] June 20, 1907  Tree No. 3. Height = 50 feet Diam. wood, butt cut = 6 1/2 in. (1 1/2 ft. a.g.) [foot above ground]. Thickness bark = 1 1/2 in. (butt cut) Age = 28 years. Weight = 143 pounds Diam. wood at end last run = 4 in. Thickness bark at end last rim = 1/4 in. (Ages Nos 1 & 3 probably same as they are sprouts from same stump).  Tree No. 4 Height = 60 feet Diam. wood butt cut = 9 in.  Thickness bark at cut = 5/8 in. Age = 31 years. No. of rims taken = 7 Diam. wood at end last run = 5 in. Fire injured in a narrow line along one side trunk, thin bark covering the elongated narrow wound.
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