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Gravel heap outside forest and river bank about 100 yards above Salmon Creek Suspension Bridge on Redwood Highway. Many 1932 redwood seedlings at base of heap toward east in May, June & July, but during hot spell early in Aug. all succumbed in 4 days. Temperature of gravel surface at seedlings 140 degrees F at 3 P.M. E.F. July 8, 1932.






Title:

Gravel heap outside forest and river bank about 100 yards above Salmon Creek Suspension Bridge on Redwood Highway. Many 1932 redwood seedlings at base of heap toward east in May, June & July, but during hot spell early in Aug. all succumbed in 4 days. Temperature of gravel surface at seedlings 140 degrees F at 3 P.M. E.F. July 8, 1932.

Format:

still image

Accession No:

4308

Date Created:

1932

Location:

Humboldt County

People:

no people present in picture

Photographer:

Fritz, Emanuel

Plot:

exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable

Subject:

Regeneration
Seedlings - Growth
Sequoia sempervirens - Seedlings
Sequoia sempervirens
Roads - Redwood Highway (Calif.)

Collection:

Metcalf

Rights:

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