Late eighteenth century vegetation of central and western New York State on the basis of original land survey records
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Forests of the Holland Land Company in Western New York circa 1798 Franz K Seischab
abundant Acer saccharum Allegany Reservation alleghanensis Allegheny Plateau americana basswood beech Beech-Maple Beech-Maple-Linden Betula black alder black ash Black ash swamps black oak blowdown bottomland CASTANEA DENTATA Cayuga Lake cedar chestnut distribution disturbance FAGUS GRANDIFOLIA Finger Lakes fire Fraxinus frequency Gorham Purchase hard maple hemlock hickory Holland Company Lands Holland Land Company included Iroquois landscape linden lot boundaries lot bounds marshes meadow mesic mesophytic Military Tract nigra number of bounds oak forests occurred old clearings Ontario Lowland open areas open oak Phelps and Gorham PINUS STROBUS Pitch pine Plains Quercus red oak region relative species weights RSWs rubra rubrum samples saplings scrubby Seischab and Orwig Seneca Lake slopes soft maple soils sugar maple survey notes survey records Table tamarack thickets total number townships Tsuga canadensis TWINSPAN analysis Ulmus western New York wetland white oak white pine whitewood Whitney windfalls witness corners witness trees woody species