The fluted western hemlock of southeastern Alaska [PhD dissertation, University of Washington]
[San Anselmo]: 1988. viii, 184p., three mounted color photographs (pp.1, 22, 30), vignette b&w pix and line maps, a folded map bound in, text is printed large-point type on rectos only; hardbound in 11x8.5 inch black buckram boards. Boards yawn gift inscription by the author. "Fluting," as it turns out, is not a Good Thing in the tree biz; a normal treetrunk is a single bole, while a fluted trunk resembles many skinny trunks jammed together. Hard to get the bark off, for one thing.
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