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Silviculture Class of 1925 in Monterey Pine Plantation, Siesta Valley, Berkeley Hills. The plantation 15 years old was thinned by taking out alternate rows of trees. Originally a transplant area, 1 1/2 x 4.






Title:

Silviculture Class of 1925 in Monterey Pine Plantation, Siesta Valley, Berkeley Hills. The plantation 15 years old was thinned by taking out alternate rows of trees. Originally a transplant area, 1 1/2 x 4.

Format:

still image

Accession No:

1499

Date Created:

1925

Location:

Contra Costa County

People:

group picture, names unknown

Photographer:

Metcalf, Woodbridge

Plot:

exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable

Subject:

Pinus radiata
Forest plantations
Siesta Valley (Calif.)
Berkeley Hills (Calif.)
Thinning
University of California - Forestry - Students
University of California - Forestry - Field trips
Forest plantations - University of California
Forest plantations - Pinus radiata

Collection:

Metcalf

Rights:

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