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flatwood

[′flat‚wu̇d]
(ecology)
An almost-level zone containing mostly imperfectly drained, acid soils and vegetation consisting of wiregrass and saw palmetto at ground level, shrubs such as gallberry and waxmyrtle, and trees such as longleaf and slash pines.
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The Wood Building Product Coating MACT (formerly the Flatwood Paneling MACT) has changed format yet again.
For flatwood pines in each of the three size classes, growth was lower ill biennially burned than in annually burned plots (Fig.
2 acres of hardwood flatwood habitat and associated upland buffer in the Sulphur River Basin in Bowie County, Texas.
Solenopsis invicta occurred in higher frequencies (>50%) within graminoid and hydric pine flatwood communities and at lower frequencies (<25%) in cypress habitats in the HU sites.
It is therefore possible that inorganic nutrients released from scrubby flatwood fires may be removed from the soil column in less than a month and sampling methods have prevented detection of potentially important nutrient pulses associated with pyrolysis in these systems.
com)-- With the recent release of the corrected, revised and updated edition of “The Braxton County Monster-REVISED EDITION-The Cover-Up of The Flatwood Monster Revealed,” author Frank Feschino appeared on The Kate Valentine Show, Friday October 26th, 2012 to set the record straight.
This is especially true for species adapted to the xeric oak scrub, sand pine scrub, and scrubby flatwood communities of Florida and Savannas Preserve State Park.
Nigel Morris, board member of Southwest Florida's very active Flatwood Chapter of Quail Forever, says that their members volunteer to assist the FWC with research projects such as quail covey counts and habitat mapping.
Habitats consisted of seasonally wet flatwood forest, wooded park areas, a prairie planting, small impoundments, a bird-feeding area, mowed grasslands and a golf course.
Displacement of nutrients into windrows during site preparation of a flatwood forest.