U.S. Department of Agriculture Miscellaneous Publication

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1940 - Agriculture
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Page 706 - Report of the committee on marine piling investigations of the division of engineering and industrial research of the National Research Council.
Page 958 - An act to provide for the protection of forest lands, for the reforestation of denuded areas, for the extension of national forests, and for other purposes, in order to promote the continuous production of timber on lands chiefly suitable therefor," approved June 7, 1924 (USC, title 16, sec.
Page 957 - An act to enable any State to cooperate with any other State or States, or with the United States, for the protection of the watersheds of navigable streams, and to appoint a commission for the acquisition of lands for the purpose of conserving the navigability of navigable rivers...
Page 647 - Fiber measurement studies: A comparison of tracheid dimensions in longleaf pine and Douglas fir, with data on the strength and length, mean diameter and thickness of wall of the tracheids. Science 43: 36o.
Page 949 - REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF 1905 TO CONSIDER THE LAWS RELATIVE TO THE TAXATION OF FOREST LANDS.
Page 950 - Methods of determining the value of timber in the farm woodlot 28 Recent New York State Laws giving relief from taxation on lands used for forestry purposes 40 County, town, and village forests...
Page 720 - BORDERED PITS IN DOUGLAS FIR! A STUDY OF THE POSITION OF THE TORUS IN MOUNTAIN AND LOWLAND SPECIMENS IN RELATION TO CREOSOTE PENETRATION. Jour. Forestry 17: 813-822, illus.
Page 1078 - Landscape architecture as applied to the wants of the West ; with an essay on forest planting on the great plains.
Page 1042 - Timber of the Edwards plateau of Texas; its relation to climate, water supply, and soil.
Page 688 - Chemical methods for utilizing wood, including destructive distillation, recovery of turpentine, rosin, and pulp, and the preparation of alcohols and oxalic acid.

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