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Hurricane-Tornado Damage, Mortality, and Insect Infestations of Slash Pine

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Following Hurricane Eloise (September 1975), severed and downed trees died and were infested by insects in a 25-year-old, thinned, slash pine plantation in west Florida. Most severe damage resulted from a "hurricane-tornado". Vertical and free-leaning trees were not infested by insects from September through the following May, a period characterized by above-normal precipitation.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Forester, Natural Resources Division Directorate of Civil Engineering, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida

Publication date: 1978-11-01

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