Forest And Stream

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Through Forest And Stream

Author by : George Manville Fenn
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Description : Reproduction of the original: Through Forest and Stream by George Manville Fenn


Through Forest And Stream

Author by : Duane Yarnell
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Publisher by : Wildside Press
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Description : When Ted and Pudge went to the All-American camp, it was for a summer of good fun. Then they discovered that they were really entered in a contest-a contest involving $50,000 for the college boy who won it. Ted just had to win that prize, both to keep baseball at College tech and to ensure his father's job as baseball coach. How he engaged in a deadly fight with wolves and was entombed in an old mine shaft with a ferocious bear are only two of the many adventures he had. Ted Moran wins out in a breathless story of heroism and resourcefuless that will thrill its readers.


Forest And Stream Management In The Oregon Coast Range

Author by : Stephen D. Hobbs
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Description : This major volume presents a wealth of fundamental and applied research on managing Coast Range forest and stream ecosystems. Written primarily for managers and resource specialists, the book will also appeal to policymakers, resource scientists, forest landowners, the conservation community, and students interested in forestry, fisheries, and wildlife sciences.


Forest Stream And Seashore

Author by : William Kilby Reynolds
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Forest Stream And Seashore

Author by : Intercolonial Railway (Canada)
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Woodcraft

Author by : George Washington Sears
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Forest Runes

Author by : George Washington Sears
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The New Forest

Author by : John Richard de Capel Wise
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Description : The New Forest was one of the first books illustrated by Walter Crane when he was an apprentice for W.J. Linton.


Hydrology Of Small Forest Streams In Western Oregon

Author by : Robert Dennis Harr
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Description : The hydrology of small forest streams in western Oregon varies by time and space in terms of both streamflow and channel hydraulics. Overland flow rarely occurs on undisturbed soils. Instead, water is transmitted rapidly through soils to stream channels by displacement of stored soil water. Drainage networks expand and contract according to the interaction between precipitation characteristics and soil's capability to store and transmit water. Drainage networks are more extensive in winter than in summer. Streamflow may he 1,000 to 5,000 times greater during winter storms than during summer low flow. A stream's kinetic energy varies along with streamflow. Channel width and depth, heterogeneity of bed materials, and the accumulation of large, organic debris affects the dissipation of kinetic energy. Clearcutting can increase relatively small peak flows, but forest roads and extensive areas of soil compacted by other means may increase larger peak flows. Both roadbuilding and clearcutting can cause soil mass movements, which can drastically alter a stream's channel hydraulics by adding debris or scouring the charnel to bedrock. Removal of naturally occurring organic debris that has become part of a stable channel can accelerate bed and bank erosion.


Forest Leaves

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Hunting In Many Lands

Author by : Theodore Roosevelt
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Forest Planning

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Riparian Forest Buffers

Author by : David J. Welsch
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Description : Discusses how streamside forests are crucial to the protection and enhancement of the water resources of the Eastern United States.


Forest Life

Author by : George Washington Sears
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Description : For readers of Cabin Porn and Your Cabin in the Woods, this illustrated collection of odes to the outdoors is the perfect escape into nature. Forest Life collects George Washington Sears' timeless writing about the joys of exploring the wilderness, edited for a modern audience. In text both practical and inspirational, Sears' provides enduring wisdom about trips into the woods and lakes, including equipment, campfires, fishing, camp cooking, traveling light, and canoes. The original "forest bather," Sears wanted others to enjoy the woods as he did. He published Woodcraft in 1884 to help prepare skillful, self-reliant woodsman and to extol the restorative power of nature. In addition to Woodcraft, Forest Life contains many of his articles from Forest and Stream, as well as his nature poetry. Sears is especially eloquent about canoeing, which he helped popularize with published tales of his adventures. In 1883, when he was 61 years old and suffering from tuberculosis, he used a 9-foot, 10-1/2 pound canoe to travel 266 miles through the Adirondacks, writing, "The easy, gentle rocking of the canoe was the best incentive to drowsiness I ever found, and by night or day was nearly certain to send me into dreamland." This edition features period etchings of scenes, people, flora, and fauna of the Adirondacks, and is the ideal gift book for the outdoor enthusiast.