Which French Voyageur canoe was the largest (36 feet long!) of all
birch bark canoes?
a) the Canot de Maitre or Montreal canoe.
Michigans 19th century General Land Office (GLO) survey records are
useful today in
b) reconstructing maps of the forest cover
Sue Spaldings research on the effects of clearcutting and fire on jack pine
ecosystems showed that amount of coarse woody debris was similar in young
jack pine stands affected by fire or clearcutting.
Because of its almost guaranteed succ
Balsam Fir (christmas tree)
slightly to the wet but pretty wide range of habitat
Light gray bark/ raised bubble (resin), smooth bark when young
Spruce budworm can kill these trees
Michigan snow fresh
Balsam oil, ground
East Lansing has a larger percentage of street trees in excellent and good shape than does Ann
On a spectrum anchored at one end by multiple use and the other by dominant use, which forest
areas best represent (1) multiple use and
Which native pine tree has twisted needles?
eastern white pine
Which "Tree Time" species has flowers called catkins which are borne before
American basswood and aspens
One of 9 evergreen conifers
Needles are small and delicate, slightly toothed toward the tip, dark green on top,
about an inch, small pedial at the base to attach to twig
Cones are about a inch long, turning brown in late fall, seeds are ti
Which "Tree Time" species is widely adaptable in its habitat requirements,
which is one reason why it is such a desirable ornamental?
Which "Tree Time" species is known for its allelopathic effects?
d) black walnut
Which species is used to make baskets by indigenous people in Michigan?
northern red oak
Which "Tree Time" species is monoecious and has a relatively flat cap on top
of its fruit?
Which one of the Tree Time species has tree bark markings that the
legendary Anishinabeg entity Nanabozho caused when he whipped
the tree bark with a willow tree because of his anger regarding lost
a) paper birch
Which Tree Time species is used