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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1973, Image 205

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and it s associated terms - pollution and envi- thP opn'pr .i' 7 ,' , ‘IV ’ f ^-vivdi in the m ind ol n, gv ‘ s *he sc,e\c e ol the relation­ ships Detween organism s and their environm e n t. 5 more intensive care and m a n ipulation of crops ot for- ' “ \o a i I t I 0V « n sl ;\,ores!er 1 ha,«(‘d Wlth sm ith s engage in applied sil- crew ol five men and/or women i.in d to me.isure andm a m p ----------- . wild- i to im p rove all ecological fac to rs - esthet.es, r production, tim b e r quality, and tim b e r qu a n ti­ ty a crew spends four to six weeks of intense field activity to complete their respective ..ss.gnnw .ts som e 1/(, silv.- established and reworked on a ~ ‘ 1 classes in the I needed protection of th ' m i * I t s v f B in planation growth the college's land holdings of many thousands of acres offers the roving student-silvicul- turist innumerable examples of stand conditions growing site differences, interrelat­ ionships between forest cover, present and past people's uses and abuses, effects of wild fire, interlacing bodies of water, bog, and swamp, and the after effects of continuous log­ ging operations. m a n ipulations of forest stands with a less intensive type of management is carried on by the various laboratory sections as they move over the forest properties studying and work­ ing in the natural stands. oirdlm g of old residual cull trees that overtop the oncom ing generation of valuable young pole sized tolerant hardwoods changes the complexion of these stands slowly and without sudden shock.

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