2 edition of Water tupelo in the Atchafalaya Basin does not benefit from thinning found in the catalog.
Water tupelo in the Atchafalaya Basin does not benefit from thinning
Harvey E Kennedy
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in [New Orleans, La.]
Written in English
|Statement||Harvey E. Kennedy, Jr|
|Series||Research note SO -- 298|
|Contributions||Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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Water tupelo in the Atchafalaya Basin does not benefit from thinning. [New Orleans, La.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station,  (OCoLC) Atchafalaya Basin.
The Atchafalaya Basin is the nation's largest river swamp, containing almost one million acres of America's most significant bottomland hardwoods, swamps, bayous, and backwater lakes.
The basin begins near Simmesport, La., and stretches miles southward to the Gulf of Mexico. Welcome to the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area—America’s Foreign Country. This parish region in the south-central portion of Louisiana offers unparalleled natural beauty. From twisting bayous and vast marshes to fields of sugar cane and the wild Atchafalaya Basin, our area is a complex ecosystem home to alligators, black bears.
The book could be used as a college course book on river basin ecology and includes a lot of technical descriptions, graphs and pictures, but it not so complex that an interested person could not grasp the information just for the enjoyment of the by: The Atchafalaya Basin, or Atchafalaya Swamp (/ ə ˌ tʃ æ f ə ˈ l aɪ ə /; Louisiana French: L'Atchafalaya, [latʃafalaˈja]), is the largest wetland and swamp in the United d in south central Louisiana, it is a combination of wetlands and river delta area where the Atchafalaya River and the Gulf of Mexico converge.
The river stretches from near Simmesport in the north. An English teacher for 13 years, Greg, with his wife and four children, has lived in Virginia and North Carolina, Belize (British Honduras) and Costa Rica. Since he has occupied himself primarily with custom cypress furniture making and with photography.
Seasons of Light in the Atchafalaya Basin is Greg Guirard's first book.5/5(2). Water tupelo, or Nyssa aquatica, is found in swampy areas throughout the Atchafalaya River Basin.
Similar to the bald cypress, the roots of this tree are often submerged in water. This tree produces greenish flowers in the months of March and April. Water tupelos are often used in the timber industry.
Roseate spoonbills, or Platalea ajaja. Had the river gotten the best of the engineers in the Mississippi would not be the same river today--it would have forced a new path down the Atchafalaya basin, a course that is some 20 feet Author: Christopher Helman.
This study considered the effects of thinning on the development of compression wood in stems of year-old stand of Corsican pine (Pinus nigra L.). Part of. Baldcypress-water tupelo (cypress-tupelo) swamps are critically important coastal forested wetlands found throughout the southeastern U.S.
The long-term survival and sustainability of these swamp forests is unknown due to large-scale changes in hydrologic regimes that prevent natural regeneration following logging or mortality. We used NWI wetland maps and remotely. Atchafalaya houseboat is the story of a young woman's life path that brought her to live in the Atchafalaya Bayou in the early 's.
The book is composed of some of her notebook writings while living in the bayou, including the process of building the houseboat with reclaimed materials from a slave-built house and living sustainably off of /5. CONCERNED CITIZENS, FISHERMEN, AND THE BASINKEEPER FIGHT TO KEEP ACRES OF CYPRESS-TUPELO ON STATE WATER BOTTOMS FROM BEING CLEAR CUT FOR A FRACTION OF IT'S WORTH.
THANKS TO THE FISHERMEN. Baldcypress-water tupelo (cypress-tupelo) swamps are critically important coastal forested wetlands found throughout the southeastern U.S.
The long-term survival and sustainability of these swamp forests is unknown due to large-scale changes in hydrologic regimes that prevent natural regeneration following logging or mortality.
We used NWI wetland Cited by: Two water tupelo (Nyssa aquatica L.) stands in the Mobile Delta of Alabama were selected to test the hypothesis that mechanized felling does not reduce establishment and growth of. The Atchafalaya Basin in South Louisiana near Pierre Part and Morgan City is an over flow for the Mississippi, Atchafalaya and Red River.
It is a maze of natural Bayous, Cannels, Piplines and Lakes. The water, as it crossed the sill from the Mississippi’s level to the Atchafalaya’s, tore to white shreds in the deafening turbulence of a great new falls, from lip to basin the construction.
The Atchafalaya River / ə ˌ tʃ æ f. ə ˈ l aɪ. ə / is a mile-long ( km) distributary of the Mississippi River and Red River in south central Louisiana in the United States.
It flows south, just west of the Mississippi River, and is the fifth largest river in North America, by discharge. The name "Atchafalaya" comes from Choctaw for "long river", from hachcha, "river", and falaya Country: United States. Saving Atchafalaya A more than year effort to “control” America’s largest river basin swamp is threatening the Cajun culture that thrives on it By T.
Edward Nickens. Atchafalaya Basin Landing Airboat Swamp Tours Henderson Levee Road Breaux Bridge, LA USA [email protected] The Atchafalaya Basin comprises an area ofacres of swamps, lakes and water prairies. Cutting a mile-wide path across South Louisiana, it is the largest and last great river-basin swamp.
But to fully comprehend and appreciate the magnificence of the Atchafalaya, you must journey back to when the Atchafalaya was as nomadic as its people. "The actual Atchafalaya Basin is about 2 to 3 feet higher than last year.
That's not to say it's necessarily flooded, rather that it's not at the extremely low levels of last year's event.
But with no contour in the basin, 2 more feet of water can look like a flood.".“The whole Atchafalaya Basin is now a big dead zone at one time or another in the summer, and that no-oxygen water ends up in Vermilion Bay, hurting shrimp, crab, speckled trout and everything else.” However, as the water rises and overtops canal banks this month, crawfish are more plentiful than before the flood, he said.From its majestic cypress and tupelo covered swamps to the egrets and alligators that fill its skies and endless waterways, the Atchafalaya Swamp has come to symbolize life in Louisiana.
Pronounced “uh-CHA-fuh-LIE-uh,” the Atchafalaya gets its name from the Choctaw phrase for “Long River.” An unmatched American wilderness, the Atchafalaya Swamp encompasses .