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The Resource Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume II., (electronic resource)

Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume II., (electronic resource)

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Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume II.
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Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume II.
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eng
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Readex
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federal national government publication
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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United States
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1858-1919
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  • Austin, O.P.,
  • Bradfield, Wesley
  • Bristol, H.F
  • Carter, E.E
  • Chapman, C.S
  • Clapp, Earle N
  • Cline, McGarvey
  • Dana, Samuel Trask
  • Dole, Richard B.,
  • Fairchild, Fred Rogers
  • Fortier, Samuel
  • Gannett, Henry
  • Graves, Henry Solon
  • Greeley, William B
  • Hall, William Logan
  • Hawley, L.F
  • Homans, G.M
  • Hopkins, A.D
  • Kellogg, R.S
  • Leavitt, Clyde
  • Leighton, Marshall Ora
  • Margolin, Louis
  • Maxwell, Hu
  • Mendenhall, Walter C.,
  • Newell, Frederick Haynes
  • Parker, Horatio N.,
  • Peck, Allen S
  • Peters, J. Girvin
  • Roosevelt, Theodore
  • Roth, Filibert
  • Sackett, H.S
  • Sherfesee, W.F
  • Smith, Herbert Knox
  • Stabler, Herman
  • Sudworth, George Bishop
  • Teele, R.P.,
  • Weiss, Howard Frederick
  • Willis, Bailey
  • Ziegler, E.A
  • Zon, Raphael
  • United States
  • United States
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Senate document / 60th Congress, 2nd session. Senate
Series volume
  • serial set no. 5398
  • no. 676, vol.2
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  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Deforestation
  • Federal-state relations
  • Fire safety and prevention
  • Floods
  • Forest and brush fires
  • Forest management
  • Forest products
  • Forests
  • Groundwater and aquifers
  • Harbors and ports
  • Hydroelectric power
  • Insect pests
  • Irrigation
  • Laws
  • Logging
  • Marine transportation
  • Natural resources
  • Pine
  • Population
  • Precipitation (Meteorology)
  • Rain and rainfall
  • Reclamation of land
  • State laws
  • Stream measurements
  • Streamflow
  • Taxation
  • Timber
  • Transportation fares and rates
  • Turpentine
  • Water and water supply
  • Water power
  • Watersheds
  • Wood preservation
  • Wood
  • Prices
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Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume II., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. III
  • List of illustrations, p. V
  • Estimates of future population, by Henry Gannett, p. 7
  • Distribution of rainfall, by Henry Gannett, p. 10
  • Transportation by water, by Herbert Knox Smith, p. 13
  • Growth of internal and foreign commerce, by O.P. Austin, p. 57
  • Irrigation, by Frederick H. Newell, p. 59
  • Irrigation, by Samuel Fortier, p. 67
  • Irrigation laws and organizations, by R.P. Teele, p. 74
  • Underground waters, by W.C. Mendenhall, p. 86
  • Floods, by M.O. Leighton, p. 95
  • Relation of surface conditions to stream flow, by William L. Hall and Hu Maxwell, p. 112
  • Denudation, by R.B. Dole and H. Stabler, p. 126
  • Developed water powers, by M.O. Leighton, p. 141
  • Undeveloped water powers, by M.O. Leighton, p. 159
  • Concentration of ownership of water powers, by Herbert Knox Smith, p. 171
  • Control of catchment areas, by Horatio N. Parker, p. 178
  • Original forests, by R.S. Kellogg, p. 179
  • Standing timber in wood lots, by Wesley Bradfield, p. 181
  • Stand of timber, by Herbert Knox Smith, p. 188
  • Standing timber owned by the states, by J. Girvin Peters, p. 191
  • Standing timber in possession of the federal government , by G.M. Homans, p. 192
  • Forest products, by R.S. Kellogg, p. 196
  • Rate of forest growth, by E.A. Ziegler, p. 203
  • Methods of increasing forest productivity, by E.E. Carter, p. 270
  • Foreign sources of timber supply, by Raphael Zon, p. 280
  • Cost of forestry in different countries, by H.S. Graves, p. 371
  • Extent to which foreign methods of administration are suited to conditions in the United States, by S.T. Dana, p. 375
  • Forest fires, by Clyde Leavitt, p. 390
  • Waste and reduction of timber supplies caused by insects, by A.D. Hopkins, p. 469
  • Conservative turpentining, by George B. Sudworth, p. 498
  • Conservative logging, by Earle N. Clapp, p. 512
  • Waste in milling, by Louis Margolin, p. 547
  • Waste in use of timber, by McGarvey Cline, p. 568
  • Taxation of timber lands, by Fred Rogers Fairchild, p. 581
  • Reduction of timber supply through abandonment or clearing of forest lands, by W.B. Greely, p. 633
  • Utilization of wood waste by chemical and other means, by H.S. Bristol and L.F. Hawley, p. 645
  • Wood preservation, by W.F. Sherfesee and H.F. Weiss, p. 658
  • Forest planting, by A.S. Peck, p. 668
  • Water circulation and its control, by Bailey Willis, p. 687
  • Methods which should be adopted by private owners to insure the perpetuation of our timber supply, by C.S. Chapman, p. 711
  • What the states should do to perpetuate the forests, by Filibert Roth, p. 725
  • Past and present prices of forest products, by H.S. Sackett, p. 748
  • Appendices, p. 587
  • Index, p. 759
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000166911
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
777 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
color maps, illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1160AA129FA6A558
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume II., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. III
  • List of illustrations, p. V
  • Estimates of future population, by Henry Gannett, p. 7
  • Distribution of rainfall, by Henry Gannett, p. 10
  • Transportation by water, by Herbert Knox Smith, p. 13
  • Growth of internal and foreign commerce, by O.P. Austin, p. 57
  • Irrigation, by Frederick H. Newell, p. 59
  • Irrigation, by Samuel Fortier, p. 67
  • Irrigation laws and organizations, by R.P. Teele, p. 74
  • Underground waters, by W.C. Mendenhall, p. 86
  • Floods, by M.O. Leighton, p. 95
  • Relation of surface conditions to stream flow, by William L. Hall and Hu Maxwell, p. 112
  • Denudation, by R.B. Dole and H. Stabler, p. 126
  • Developed water powers, by M.O. Leighton, p. 141
  • Undeveloped water powers, by M.O. Leighton, p. 159
  • Concentration of ownership of water powers, by Herbert Knox Smith, p. 171
  • Control of catchment areas, by Horatio N. Parker, p. 178
  • Original forests, by R.S. Kellogg, p. 179
  • Standing timber in wood lots, by Wesley Bradfield, p. 181
  • Stand of timber, by Herbert Knox Smith, p. 188
  • Standing timber owned by the states, by J. Girvin Peters, p. 191
  • Standing timber in possession of the federal government , by G.M. Homans, p. 192
  • Forest products, by R.S. Kellogg, p. 196
  • Rate of forest growth, by E.A. Ziegler, p. 203
  • Methods of increasing forest productivity, by E.E. Carter, p. 270
  • Foreign sources of timber supply, by Raphael Zon, p. 280
  • Cost of forestry in different countries, by H.S. Graves, p. 371
  • Extent to which foreign methods of administration are suited to conditions in the United States, by S.T. Dana, p. 375
  • Forest fires, by Clyde Leavitt, p. 390
  • Waste and reduction of timber supplies caused by insects, by A.D. Hopkins, p. 469
  • Conservative turpentining, by George B. Sudworth, p. 498
  • Conservative logging, by Earle N. Clapp, p. 512
  • Waste in milling, by Louis Margolin, p. 547
  • Waste in use of timber, by McGarvey Cline, p. 568
  • Taxation of timber lands, by Fred Rogers Fairchild, p. 581
  • Reduction of timber supply through abandonment or clearing of forest lands, by W.B. Greely, p. 633
  • Utilization of wood waste by chemical and other means, by H.S. Bristol and L.F. Hawley, p. 645
  • Wood preservation, by W.F. Sherfesee and H.F. Weiss, p. 658
  • Forest planting, by A.S. Peck, p. 668
  • Water circulation and its control, by Bailey Willis, p. 687
  • Methods which should be adopted by private owners to insure the perpetuation of our timber supply, by C.S. Chapman, p. 711
  • What the states should do to perpetuate the forests, by Filibert Roth, p. 725
  • Past and present prices of forest products, by H.S. Sackett, p. 748
  • Appendices, p. 587
  • Index, p. 759
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000166911
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
777 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
color maps, illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1160AA129FA6A558
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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