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northern

1. situated in or towards the north
2. directed or proceeding towards the north
3. (esp of winds) proceeding from the north
4. Astronomy north of the celestial equator
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In these circumstances and taking into account the need to produce as much clearwood as possible when targeting the use of northern red oak timber for massive furniture or veneer industry, the paper emphasizes the results of a research project started back in 2007.
These locations were chosen based on specific site and stand characteristics (ridges, high northern red oak stocking, tree age greater than 50 years, and visual evidence of red oak borer activity) because prior studies suggested association of these characteristics with increased red oak borer hazard (Fierke et al.
Statewide, northern red oak received the highest preference rating, and oaks generally were classified as "preferred".
Population dynamics and growth patterns for a cohort of northern red oak (Quercus rubra) seedlings.
Biologists worry that these timberlands will be clear-cut again before any replacement trees grow large enough to produce good acorn crops-40 to 45 years in the case of the northern red oak.
Interspecific competition is thought to be a primary factor responsible for the reduced ability of northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.
From a seven-year study of five species of oak in northern Georgia and western North Carolina, we found that scarlet oak was the best producer, and that acorn production decreased in the larger diameters of the white oak and the northern red oak.
The tables are made of northern red oak or maple that Stronglite buys locally.
5 million board feet of Black Oak, with large quantities of Hard Maple, Northern Red Oak, Ash and other hardwood species.
Major species groups with multiple species include select white oaks (primarily white oak [Quercus alba]); select red oaks (primarily northern red oak [Q.
Composition, structure, and historical development of northern red oak stands along an edaphic gradient in north-central Wisconsin.

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