2 edition of Factors affecting the regeneration of quaking aspen found in the catalog.
Factors affecting the regeneration of quaking aspen
Peter C. Bates
by Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota in St. Paul,Minn
Written in English
|Statement||Peter C. Bates, Charles R. Blinn, Alvin A. Alm.|
|Series||Station bulletin / Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota -- 587-1988|
|Contributions||Blinn, Charles R., Alm, Alvin A., Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) is the most crown fire favors pure aspen stand regeneration. In the absence of fire, aspen decline in number and are These factors cause mortality in older trees or inhibit reproduction. Aspen stand near Spud Rock Campground. Many of the indi-. Beautiful tree is one of the hardiest trees we sell! You will love the golden splendor of Quaking Aspens in the fall. One of nature's finest yellow leaves in autumn. Easy to transplant. Fast grower eventually reaches ' tall and ' wide.
Native Americans, Americans of Non-Native descent and native flora and fauna all find the Quaking Aspen important to their communities. Permaculture and culture make an argument for each other. HISTORY: Quaking aspen is a highly revered medicinal plant by Native American peoples. The Penobscot used the liquid of steeped bark for colds. Root of aspen was combined with balsam poplar . Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) is the most widely distributed tree species in North America, but its presence is declining across much of the Western United decline is complex, but results largely from two factors widely divergent in temporal scale: (1) Holocene climatic drying of the region has led to water limitation of aspen seedling recruitment, and (2 Cited by:
Harvesting impacts on quaking aspen regeneration in northern Minnesota. Canadian Journal of Forest C. R.; Alm, A. A. / Harvesting impacts on quaking aspen regeneration in northern Minnesota. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research. ; Vol Harvesting impacts on quaking aspen regeneration in northern Minnesota. AU - Bates, P. C. AU Cited by: Quaking Aspen - Populus tremuloides - Duration: Watters Garden Center 3, views. Unbelievable Fishing | Unique Fish Trap with Primitive Technology Of .
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Factors Affecting the Regeneration of Quaking Aspen: A Literature Review 2 inches of the soil surface, and only 4 percent were deeper than 1 foot. After harvest, aspen suckers emerge primarily from newly initiated meristems or preexisting primordia, Factors affecting the regeneration of quaking aspen book a few less vigorous suckers also originate from suppressed buds (Farmer.
Manipulations to Regenerate Aspen Ecosystems Shepperd Figure 2—The aspen regeneration tri-angle illustrates the interdependence of factors that are crucial to aspen regen-eration success.
To be successful, a manipulation technique must meet the three requirements of the aspen regeneration triangle, be cost effective, and be technically by: Multiple Factors Affect Aspen Regeneration on the Uncompahgre Plateau, West-Central Colorado Johnston Jacobi and others () focused on aspen regeneration failure on seven sites in western Colorado.
They used two scenarios to describe aspen regeneration failure at their sites: by: 4. Near our home we have two very small (less than acre) groves of aspen, both quaking (Populus tremuloides) and bigtooth (Populus grandidentata) species, although the bigtooth clearly dominate both groves.
We had noticed that several mature aspens in both groves were dying, so we decided to attempt regeneration cuts. Populus tremuloides is a deciduous tree native to cooler areas of North America, one of several species referred to by the common name is commonly called quaking aspen, trembling aspen, American aspen, mountain or golden aspen, trembling poplar, white poplar, and popple, as well as others.
The trees have tall trunks, up to 25 meters (82 feet) tall, with smooth pale bark, scarred with Family: Salicaceae. in Alaska. Quaking aspen, bigtooth aspen, European aspen (P. tremula), and three Asian species are closely related and sometimes classed together as a single, circumglobal superspecies (see Peterson and Peterson ).
Distribution Quaking aspen is the most widely distributed tree species in North America. It grows from AlaskaFile Size: KB.
Johnston, BC. Multiple factors affect aspen regeneration on the Uncompahgre Plateau, West-Central Colorado. WD Shepperd et al (compilers). Sustaining Aspen in Western Landscapes: Symposium Proceedings. Proceedings RMRS-P U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
Fort Collins, by: 4. An analysis of sucker regeneration of trembling aspen. Factors affecting sucker regeneration across a site after disturbance. Arrow thickness indicates the magnitude of the effect, broken.
Populus tremuloides As its name suggests, the leaves of the Quaking Aspen tremble at the slightest breeze, creating a visual wonder with a soothing accompaniment of sound. The Quaking Aspen is a fast-growing, widely distributed tree, with a narrow, rounded crown.
The glossy green leaves that shimmer in summertime turn golden-yellow in autumn, accented by the white and cream bark with hints of 5/5(8). Recommended Citation. Bates, P.C. et al. Harvesting impacts on quaking aspen regeneration in northern Minnesota.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (11): Cited by: 1. Introduction. Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) is a species of superlatives: largest individual organism on Earth, individual genets with life-spans of thousands of years, broadest distributional range of all North American tree species, among the most genetically diverse plant species known to science (Mitton and Grant, ).It is a quintessential foundation species (Ellison et al Cited by: Recent concern regarding the potential decline of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) forests in the western United States has sparked concern over whether the species can be effectively a retrospective approach, we quantified the response of regenerating aspen stems to an ordinary set of silvicultural treatments conducted over approximately the past decade in southern Cited by: 2.
Quaking aspen clones are virtually impossible to kill. Individual stems can be destroyed by humans, wildlife, and disease, but the belowground root system is resistant to almost all of these factors. Pocket gophers, which feed on the roots, seem to be one of the few. Quaking Aspen is a pioneer species that prefers disturbed habitats, especially burned-over areas.
It is able to resprout from its root system after a fire. Quaking Aspen sometimes becomes the dominant tree in these habitats, although it is eventually replaced by other trees in.
Populus tremuloides commonly known as quaking aspen, American Aspen, Poplar, Quaking aspen, White Poplar, trembling aspen, golden aspen, mountain aspen, popple, trembling poplar, popple and aspen is a deciduous tree native to cooler areas of North America, one of several species referred to by the common name has the widest geographical distribution of any North Native: Cooler areas of North America.
New work also indicates advantages from a warming climate; moderate drought may favor aspen's quick regeneration response over competing species, but.
Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) are lovely in the wild, and enjoy the most extensive native range of any tree on the leaves have flattened petioles, so they tremble in every light breeze. You may have admired aspens lighting up park slopes with brilliant yellow fall color. One of these factors alone often does not lead to inadequate aspen sprouting.
Most often, inadequately regenerated aspen stands have two or more negative factors, so the factors act as cumulative stressors on aspen.
It is important for managers to know soils, landforms, history, and behavior of animal populations in the area. ics, quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) is the most widely distributed native tree species in North America (Little, ). However, aspen coverage in the Intermountain region of the Western United States is in apparent decline (Table 1) due to factors acting at disparate spatial and temporal scales.
REGENERATION AND PRODUCTIVITY OF ASPEN GROWN ON REPEATED SHORT ROTATIONS Donald A. Perala, Silviculturist Grand Rapids, Minnesota Because Ofthe increasing-demand for wood fiber, Treatment plots were located where suckers were considerable research has been devoted to short uniformly dense and unimpeded by residual over.
Quaking aspen Unfortunately this tree is short-lived and prone to some disease and insect problems; it is also highly susceptible to ice storm damage. This species is native to the Chicago region according to Swink and Wilhelm's Plants of the Chicago Region, with updates made according to current research.• 5 main risk factors for aspen: – conifer cover (understory and overstory) > 25% – aspen canopy cover yrs old – aspen regeneration 10%.Quaking Aspen Tree Care.
The quaking aspen tree (Populus tremuloides) is a North American native that grows well in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 1 through 8 or This.