The South ’ s Forestland — On the Hot Seat to Provide More

@inproceedings{Sheffield1998TheS,
  title={The South ’ s Forestland — On the Hot Seat to Provide More},
  author={Raymond M. Sheffield and James G. Dickson},
  year={1998}
}
Forests of the southern United States range from tropical/subtropical forests on the southern extremities of the region, oak savannah forests on the western fringe, to central hardwood forests and high elevation boreal forests in the north. Upland and bottomland hardwood, southern pine and mixed pinehardwood forests are found on the more moderate sites between these extremes. The South’s forests have been and continue to be molded by a my riad of natural agents and human activities that affect… CONTINUE READING
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