|Statement||compiled and edited by David M. Baumgartner, James E. Lotan.|
|Contributions||Baumgartner, David M., Lotan, James E., Washington State University. Dept. of Natural Resource Sciences., Washington State University. Cooperative Extension., Interior Douglas-fir, the Species and Its Management (1990 : Spokane, Wash.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 301 p. :|
|Number of Pages||301|
The Douglas Fir Use Book is intended for the use of architects, engineers, and students preparing for these professions. The chapters include lumber grades, working stresses and stress grades, design data, structural glued laminated lumber, wood preservation, and design loads. Download our complimentary Interior Species Wood Grade Book, an easy-to-use reference guide that includes at-a-glance descriptions, illustrations and full-page photos of Interior Douglas-fir and Spruce-Pine-Fir (SPF) lumber and their primary grade characteristics. Silvics Of Interior Douglas-fir Range Interior Douglas-fir has the greatest latitudinal range of any commercial conifer of western North America (Hermann and Lavender ; Van Hooser et al. ), and the broadest ecological amplitude of any western tree (Arno ). The principle limiting factors on the range of Douglas-fir are low File Size: KB. Pantry Door - Decorative, hand-crafted sandblast etched glass pantry door, featuring Sans SoucieÕs Pantry Goods. 24 x 80 Douglas Fir Interior /8 in. thick Solid Core Veneer Book Door (no hinge cut-outs or bore hole). Unfinished wood door by mfr. T.M. Cobb, ready for paint or stain. Glass is 1/8 in. thick clear tempered glass.
Ecology of the Interior Douglas-fir Zone T he Interior Douglas-fir Zone lies in the heart of British Columbia’s southern interior. Often described as “cattle country,” it is a land of rolling hills and valleys covered by dry grasslands and open forests. Although it is best known for cattle ranching and forestry, this zone also supportsFile Size: 1MB. The Interior Douglas-ﬁr zone (IDF) dominates the low- to mid-elevation landscape of south-central interior British Columbia (Figure 34), between 49° and 52° 30′N latitude. The zone also extends south into Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana, and east into Alberta. In British Columbia, the IDF occupies the rolling and valley. In , approximately million (31 percent) of the million Interior Douglas-fir seedlings scheduled for planting in B.C. will come from seed orchards. In , parent trees from southern SPZs were selected on the basis of projected climate similarity to establish new seed orchards for the Thompson Okanagan SPZ. Reclaimed Douglas Fir – A Superior Choice For Your Project. The Lumber Baron has a large selection of reclaimed Douglas Fir for sale. Perfect for flooring, interior siding, exposed beams, furniture or floating shelves; our carefully selected old-growth doug fir lumber is chosen for ring density, strength, and unique coloration, as well as historic value.
Get this from a library! Interior Douglas-fir: the species and its management: symposium proceedings, February March 1, , Spokane, Washington, USA. [David M Baumgartner; James E Lotan; Washington State University. Department of Natural Resource Sciences.; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension.;]. A perfect color palette goes beyond paint. With Sherwin-Williams stain colors, you can let the natural wood shine through, match grain colors or cover unsightly blemishes. Choose an option below to learn more about how stain colors help create design harmony throughout a home. Exterior Stain Colors. Protect and color a deck, porch, siding or. Douglas Fir has been used for years in plywood, pilings, mine timbers and furniture. In earlier times, this strong and hardy wood was used in wharves, trestles and bridge-building. This tree grows on the southern mainland coast of British Columbia and Vancouver Island. An interior variety is also found throughout southern and central BC. The Interior Douglas fir is located across the southern regions, and its presence stretches farther north, just reaching the exact center British Columbia. Similar to its sibling, the Interior variety also grows tall, but only at heights of about half the Coastal length (approximately 42 meters).While both .