Old Resinous Turpentine Stumps as an Indicator of the Range of Longleaf Pine in Southeastern Virginia

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Wood anatomy cannot be used to differentiate between the southern yellow pine species. Wood samples collected from old resinous turpentine stumps in coastal Virginia were subjected to chemical and spectroscopic analyses in an effort to determine if they could be identified as longleaf pine. The age and resinous nature of the samples were manifested in high… (More)

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@inproceedings{Haynie2007OldRT, title={Old Resinous Turpentine Stumps as an Indicator of the Range of Longleaf Pine in Southeastern Virginia}, author={Jack W. Haynie and Bryan C. McElvany and David J. Moorhead and Thomas L. Eberhardt and Philip M. Sheridan and Jolie M. Mahfouz and Bill Garland and John S. Kush and John C. Gilbert and John McGuire and Sharon M. Hermann and Lisa McInnis and Mark J. Hainds and Elizabeth Bowersock and Caroline Furtado Noble and Don Tomczak and Harold E. Quicke}, year={2007} }