Observations on Winter Drying of Conifers in the Adirondacks
Abstract:During the winter of 1947-48, unusual and extensive damage to coniferous foliage occurred throughout northern New York State as a result of winter drying. This article reports on observations and studies of this phenomenon made by the writers in the central Adirondacks during the past 3 years.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Adirondack Research Center, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Paul Smiths, N. Y.
Publication date: 1952-02-01
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