This map depicts native loblolly pine range in green; PINEMAP collaborating institutions are noted in blue. Remote sensing image courtesy Google Earth; range map courtesy U.S. Forest Service.
Loblolly pine cone and foliage
Loblolly pine clonal plantation. Photo courtesy of John Seiler.
Weather station tower on an installation of the Forest Biology Research Cooperative PPINES experiment. Photo courtesty of Tim Martin.
Dr. Tom Fox discusses intensive pine managemnt and carbon sequestration with industrial cooperators. Photo courtesy of John Seiler.
Researchers conduct soil sampling in preparatoin for installation of a loblolly pine experiment.
PINEMAP collaborators visit NIFA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
PINEMAP collaborators discuss integration among research, education, and extension functions.
Leaf level gas exchange being measured on clonal loblolly pine at the cross carbon site installed by the U.S. Forest Service and Meadwestvaco. Photo Courtesy of John Seiler.
Researchers conduct spot measurements of total soil CO2 efflux. Photo courtesy of John Seiler.
A truck hauls loblolly pine logs from a harvest on the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge near Juliette, Georgia. Photo courtesy of Tim Martin.
A skidder prepares to pick up a turn of loblolly pine logs during a harvest on the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. Photo courtesy of Tim Martin.
Throughfall exclusion structures at the PINEMAP Tier III site in Taylor County, FL. Photo courtesy of Geoff Lokuta