Victoria's tallest trees

@article{Mifsud2003VictoriasTT,
  title={Victoria's tallest trees},
  author={Brett M. Mifsud},
  journal={Australian Forestry},
  year={2003},
  volume={66},
  pages={197 - 205}
}
Summary The heights of over 200 trees from more than 30 tall stands were measured between December 2000 and February 2002 in an attempt to determine the location of Victoria's tallest existing trees. For the first time in Australia, two relatively new methods for measuring tall trees, the ground-based laser rangefinder sine technique and a tapeline deployed by an arborist, were used to achieve a high degree of accuracy. The tallest tree was a 91.6 m (300.5 ft) Eucalyptus regnans (mountain ash… Expand
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