A Working Plan for Forest Lands in Hampton and Beaufort Counties, South Carolina

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903 - Forest management - 54 pages
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Page 9 - The working'plan the results of which are presented in the following pages was made by the Bureau of Forestry of the United States Department of Agriculture, at the request of the Okeetee Gun Club, under the terms of the offer of cooperation contained in Circular No. 21. This offer of cooperation contemplates the establishment of examples of correct forest management under the varying conditions of different forest regions. The tract of the Okeetee Gun Club is...
Page 6 - The diminished flow of the Rock River in Wisconsin and Illinois, and Its relation to the surrounding forests.
Page 10 - Railroad and the Charleston and Savannah division of the Atlantic Coast Line system. These lines connect at Hardeeville. The topography is monotonous. Low, flat sand plains, bordered by broad swamps along the streams and brooks, are characteristic features. From an altitude of about 80 feet at the highest point the land slopes almost imperceptibly west and south. Drainage is into the Savannah River, and, through the Great Swamp, directly into the salt marshes of the Atlantic coast. Many portions...

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