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Alberta aspen vs. black poplar wood quality differences

Michael M Micko

Alberta aspen vs. black poplar wood quality differences

by Michael M Micko

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Published by Alberta Forest Service .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alberta,
  • Analysis,
  • Aspen,
  • Black poplar,
  • Chemistry,
  • Quality,
  • Wood

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11027940M
    ISBN 100662159705
    ISBN 109780662159704
    OCLC/WorldCa23658685

    Alberta poplars: Tree and log quality (Information report) [G. R Bailey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : G. R Bailey. in density, the wood can have a tendency to fuzz or tear. However, the use of sharp tools should eliminate any problems. The wood is easily painted and tends to hold paint well. Strength At 12 percent moisture content, yellow-poplar wood is relatively light and weighs pounds per cubic foot. However, the weight of the wood can vary File Size: KB.

    Aspen or Quaking Aspen Poplar Tree Aspen, or Quaking Asp (Populus tremuloides, Michx.)Slender tree, 40 to 80 feet high, with angular, scarred twigs, and large, vigorous roots. Bark rough, dark on base of trunk, becoming pale greenish brown or nearly white, and marked with broad, dark bands below the limbs. Kabzems and Senyk [12] reported higher annual wood increments for an year old mixed aspen-spruce stand than a year old spruce stand ( m 3 ha −1 vs. m 3 ha −1, respectively) [7].

    The Lombardy Poplar, which is an improved hybrid, has a very narrow shape that makes stately lines. The Hybrid Poplar is a sterile fast growing medium-shaped tree, which makes a nice shade tree as well as for screens and windbreaks. The Quaking Aspen is very popular, with its shimmering gold leaves in the fall and white trunks. We grow the -.   One's got lots of friends? Levity aside, your question is not really framed correctly, as you are referring to the genus. A bit like asking how does a Ford differ from a Chevy. You really need to be specific i.e. think about a species of Birch co.


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Alberta aspen vs. black poplar wood quality differences by Michael M Micko Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Micko, Michael M. Alberta aspen vs. black poplar wood quality differences. Edmonton, Alta.: Canadian Forestry Service. What passes for Poplar in North America comes from the Tuliptree, a different species.

Aspen is a true poplar, though the wood isn't used much for woodworking. A & M woods sells it in only the 1 inch size. Wouldn't it be nice if lumber was named after the tree it came from.

Jim. Aspens are a type of Poplar. But be careful with common names. They are bandied about as if they are a different genus, only Poplar is a genus. The real answer here is about taxonomy, the classification of plants (& other things). So your question. Six species of aspen exist worldwide--all belonging to the scientific genus Populus.

Quaking aspen and bigtooth aspen have white bark and brilliant fall color; both provide food for black bear, deer, porcupine, beaver, elk and moose. Native Americans used both of these trees as food, grinding the dried inner bark into meal for bread or mush.

Yellow poplar vs Populus genus Color: Yellow poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) generally has a green/olive cast to certain portions of the can sometimes be enough of an indicator to separate it from other Populus species, but to ensure separation, a closer look at the endgrain is : A helpful key in differentiating these two genera is in the rays.

Sapwood comprises the majority of wood in aspen. It has the whiteness of holly or poplar. The small heartwood core produces light brown wood, often streaked and discolored. It weighs 25 pounds per cubic foot. Fine-grained, straight, and uniform in texture, aspen generally lacks distinct pattern.

Occasional mottle- and stripe-figured logs become. Trunk is smooth with light green or pale bark. Large trees can have black cracks in the bark at the base.

Poplar trees are either male or female – only male trees are observed for PlantWatch. Leaves & Twigs: Leaves are small ( cm long), light to medium green in colour, and round-shaped with a small, sharp tip.

Flowers & Fruits. Mention “Poplar” and some imagine a sweep of narrow, tall Lombardy Poplars lining a country road. The majestic cottonwoods of the prairie with their rounded, spreading, crowns appear rather different. Every June in eastern and western North America, it is common to see their cottony seeds drifting in the breeze.

Vanessa showed us her wood of choice was poplar because todays EPA high efficiency stoves don't require the same quality wood your old 80's stoves did, and work just fine with poplar, or 16 sheets of twisted newspaper.

Look Tom, no smoke. Now start twisting some more newspaper before Vanessa comes to your house and makes you watch the video, again. Aspen, Canadian aspen, trembling aspen, quaking aspen HEIGHT/WEIGHT Average height for the tree is 40 to 60 feet though the tree can grow to feet with an 8- to inch diameter and have an.

Balatinecz and Kretschmann: Chapter 9. Properties and utilization of poplar wood Fig. (a) Average trend line for fiber length as a function of annual ring breast height; (b) trend line for fiber length as a function of stem height for various annual.

Painting. Both poplar and maple sand to a smooth finish and accept paint and primer. The different color and density of poplar's heartwood and sapwood make little difference once the wood is painted. Noun ()A kind of poplar tree (genus). Above a certain elevation, the aspens gave way to scrubby, gnarled pines.; Instead there were the white of aspens, streaks of branch and slender trunk glistening from the green of leaves.

(uncountable) The wood of such a tree. She claimed that aspen was the only "proper" material from which make a wicker basket. Aspen does not split when nailed, it machines easily with a slightly fuzzy surface, and turns, bores, and sands well.

It takes paint and stain well to produce a good finish, although care is required where the surface is fuzzy. It has low-to-moderate shrinkage and good dimensional stability. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES. Poplar isn't much use as firewood; it makes a lot of ash and doesn't produce much heat.

I guess if it's all you've got, though, you should use it. Spruce isn't the best firewood in the world, either (although a lot better than poplar!) and that's about all we had in. This study tested the use of near-infrared hyperspectral images to estimate moisture content (MC) and basic specific gravity (BSG) of thawed and frozen logs of three species: quaking aspen, balsam poplar, and black spruce.

For each species, more than 90 small 4 cm cubic samples were prepared and subjected to drying steps in both frozen and thawed Cited by: 5. Poplar leaves can achieve lengths of 6 and 7 inches, with many having widths larger than most birch leaves are long.

Examine the bark of birches, which is much more distinct than that of the poplars. Poplar bark on mature trees normally possesses deep furrows and ridges and is gray to black in color. Wood Hardness Chart – Bigger, Better, More Woods July 3, J by Best Bass Gear With our last wood hardness chart, several noted that there were certain woods missing that should be in the list, so we’ve expanded the list to different species.

But up here in the great northwoods, aspen is 85% of what is out there. I've cut, split, and burned cords upon cords of aspen over the years. I have cut and split basswood once (splits much easier than aspen) but never burned it.

Some sites rank their BTU output as identical, some have aspen with a little more heat. Populus trichocarpa, the black cottonwood, western balsam-poplar or California poplar, is a deciduous broadleaf tree species native to western North America. It is used for timber, and is notable as a model organism in plant biology.

It is a large tree, growing to a height of 30 to 50 m (98 to ft) and a trunk diameter over 2 m ( ft Family: Salicaceae. Because it grows so fast, the would is quite soft and light, compared to other, slower growing trees.

In my country we used poplar a lot to make these wooden shoes, as the wood is cheap. More expensive shoes were made from the willow tree. As for myself, I wouldn't prefer poplar to ash, as poplar gets easily damaged if your bass gets hit by.home > poplar genus> cottonwood, aspen, & poplar species: black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa) (click on each photo to enlarge image) Size: Grows to Black cottonwoods are found from southeast Alaska into Baja California and from the Pacific to the Dakotas.

But for much of its range, it only grows along rivers and streams, avoiding the hot.As nouns the difference between aspen and birch is that aspen is a kind of poplar tree (genus) while birch is any of various trees of the genus betula, native to countries in the northern hemisphere.

As a verb birch is to punish with a stick, bundle of twigs, or rod made of birch wood.