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Area of windfalls of Pinus remorata and Pinus muricata. Results of fire. Reproduction coming in but is browsed by sheep almost as fast as it develops. Pelican Bay at right middle ground. Santa Cruz Island. June 1931.






Title:

Area of windfalls of Pinus remorata and Pinus muricata. Results of fire. Reproduction coming in but is browsed by sheep almost as fast as it develops. Pelican Bay at right middle ground. Santa Cruz Island. June 1931.

Format:

still image

Accession No:

1912

Date Created:

1931

Location:

Santa Barbara County

People:

no people present in picture

Photographer:

Pemberton, J. E.

Plot:

exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable

Subject:

Santa Cruz Island (Calif.)
Wind-thrown timber - Windfalls
Fires - Effects on vegetation
Pinus remorata - Fire-killed
Pinus remorata - Windfalls
Pinus muricata - Fire-killed
Pinus remorata - Windfalls
Grazing - Sheep
Pelican Bay (Calif.)
Grazing in forests
Trees - Reproduction

Collection:

Metcalf

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