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Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives

Stan T. Lebow

Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives

by Stan T. Lebow

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Product Laboratory in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Preserved wood -- Northeastern States.,
  • Wood preservatives.,
  • Wood -- Preservation -- Northeastern States.,
  • Red maple -- Northeastern States.,
  • Balsam fir -- Northeastern States.,
  • Spruce -- Northeastern States.,
  • Eastern hemlock -- Northeastern States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStan T. Lebow, Steven A. Halverson, Cherilyn A. Hatfield.
    SeriesResearch note FPL -- RN-0300., Research note FPL -- 0300.
    ContributionsHalverson, Steven A., Hatfield, Cherilyn A., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17725746M

      A plant species that was previously less abundant may now be better suited to live in the new soil conditions, and therefore become the new dominant food-producing plant species serving the grassland. As long as the post-fire composition of plant species fills the same functional role as the pre-fire plant community, then the prairie will be. And the presence of invasives is pricey: Nationwide, economic losses due to invasive species (forest and other), combined with the cost of controlling them, add up to around $ billion per year. Since the s, northeastern forests have been invaded by dozens of non-native plants, insects, and pathogens, from Europe, Africa, and Asia.

    Service recognizes endangered species Recovery Champions from the Northeast Region. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the 29 recipients of the Recovery Champion award, four of which are in the Northeast. The award recognizes Service employees and their partners-in-mission for conserving threatened and endangered species in the U.S. Venmalar, D., and H.C. Nagaveni. (). Evaluation of copperised cashew nut shell liquid and neem oil as wood preservatives. Paper presented for IRG/WP 24 th and 28 th April An effort has been made to develop eco-friendly wood preservatives using naturally available plant by .

    Virginia Properties, Inc. owns 5 acres and leased the adjacent 5 acres from an affiliate of the RF&P Railroad. The original plant was built by the Virginia Wood Preserving Company in Since , the operation used only the chromated copper arsenate (CCA) process to treat wood.   These species may be unintentionally introduced to new environments in shipments of food, household goods, wood and wood products, new and used tires, animal and plant products, containers, pallets, internal packaging materials and humans. In the absence of their natural predators, competitors and pathogens, they can prosper in new environments.


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Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives by Stan T. Lebow Download PDF EPUB FB2

Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives. [Madison, WI]: United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.

Treatability of Underutilized Northeastern Species with CCA and Alternative Wood Preservatives Stan T. Lebow, Research Forest Products Technologist Steven A. Halverson, Physical Science Technician Cherilyn A.

Hatfield, Statistician Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WisconsinCited by: 7. Get this from a library. Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives.

[Stan T Lebow; Steven A Halverson; Cherilyn A Hatfield; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)]. Above-ground and ground-contact durability evaluations with these preservative–wood species combinations are in progress.

Citation: Lebow, Stan T.; Halverson, Steven A.; Hatfield, Cherilyn A. Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives. Research Note FPL-RNCited by: 7. Ability to treat with preservatives improves the potential market for underutilized species; in-place remedial treatments improve the service life of historic structures.

Publications. Lebow, S.T.; Halverson, S.A.; Hatfield, C.A. Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives. Res. Note FPL. that treatment with arsenic- and chromium-free alternatives were comparable to CCA-C, and may offer treatability advantages in species such as eastern hemlock and balsam-fir.

However, two species, red maple and eastern spruce, proved moderately resistant to penetration with all of the preservatives, including CCA-C (Lebow. et al.

Lebow ST, Halverson SA, Hatfield CA. Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives. Research note FPL-RN, USA: Forest Products Laboratory;7pp. S.T. Lebow, S.A. Halverson, C.A. HatfieldTreatability of Underutilized Northeastern Species with CCA and Alternative Wood Preservatives Research note FPL-RN Forest Products Laboratory, USA ().

Stan Lebow's 81 research works with citations and 4, reads, including: Efficacy of alternative copper-based preservatives in protecting decking from biodegradation. Treatability of refractory species with amine and amine/ammoniacal formulations of ACQ. characteristics of CCA and alternatives wood preservatives.

Alder wood blocks were treated with CCA. Treatability of SPF framing lumber with CCA and borate preservatives. Lebow, Stan T.; Halverson, Steven A.; Hatfield, Cherilyn A. Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives.

Examples of neglected and underutilized species are shown in the tables below (source: Bioversity International ). Note that some species may be underutilized in some location. Treatability of underutilized northeastern species with CCA and alternative wood preservatives.

Lebow, Stan T. Alternatives to chromated copper arsenate for. underutilized species. It will focus on four major areas where neg-lected and underutilized species can contribute to sustainable agri-culture: Food security and better nutrition. Many neglected and underutilized species are nutrition-ally rich and are adapted to low-input agriculture.

The use of these species, whether wild, managed. Northeast Invasive Plant Management Team. The Northeast Invasive Plant Management Team (NE IPMT), duty stationed at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DEWA), was established in and serves 25 partner parks in eight states, from Pennsylvania to Maine, in the National Park Service’s (NPS) Northeast Region.

Conventional preservative systems, as well as copper-based CCA alternatives, face increasing environmental pressures. Environmental concerns for existing preservatives need to be addressed and their environmental impacts minimized.

Due to its ease of treatment, southern pine is the dominant species used for preservative-treated wood. Improving the treatability of species that are difficult to.

The guidebook, By Land and By Sea: Identification guide to non-native species for Minnesota, includes a list of invasive and non-native species with their key identification traits.

Some of these species have become common in parts of Minnesota with expanding ranges, while. Invasive Species that first became established at U.S. Ports of Entry. Over the past 80 years, a number of introduced invasive species have become established around U.S.

ports of entry. Here are five examples – only one of which was eradicated through swift action. This method assesses the conservation status of species and ecosystems–specifically the extinction risk of species and elimination risk of ecosystems at global scales, and their extirpation risk at national and subnational scales.

NatureServe and Natural Heritage Program staff across North America collect and evaluate data for species and ecosystems of concern using these.

On February 3,Executive Order (updated in Executive Order on December 5, ) established the National Invasive Species Council (NISC or Council) to “provide national leadership regarding invasive species.” Council membership resides with the highest level Federal executives.

Contact Information. Northern Research Station One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI () () TTY/TDD. Contact Us.New Hampshire has a relatively long list of invasive plant species. The majority of backyards and roadsides have a least a couple of different invasive plants represented. It is well-known that invasive species reduce biodiversity by outcompeting native plants and animals for resources.

They are better competitors because they emerge earlier in the spring, grow rapidly, and. The Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry Wood Education and Resource Center (WERC) provided funding to the College of Menominee Nation Sustainable Development Institute and its Center for First Americans Forestlands initiative to improve outreach activities and provide educational materials on EAB and other invasive species for American.