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CONTENTS—Continued

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MANITOBA, BY F. K. HERCH M ER    137

BRUSH DISPOSAL, IN EASTERN PROVINCES    138

ONTARIO    138

QUEBEC    139

COST OF TOP-LOPPING, BY ELLWOOD WILSON AND D. W. LUSK   140

STATISTICAL TABLES    143 NOTES ON SITUATION IN THE UNITED STATES : SOME SUGGES-

TIONS ON BRUSH DISPOSAL, BY ELERS KocH    147 SITUATION IN NATIONAL FORESTS IN MINNESOTA, MICHIGAN,

SOUTH DAKOTA, COLORADO AND WYOMING    152 STATE `;'ORK IN BRUSH DISPOSAL, MINNESOTA, BY W. T. Cox 157

NATIONAL FORESTS IN WASHINGTON AND OREGON    159

STATE WORK IN BRUSH DISPOSAL—WASHINGTON    160

THE NORTHERN PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN    162

TOP-LOPPING IN THE ADIRONDACKS    162 THE ENTOMOLOGICAL ASPECT Or SLASH DISPOSAL, BY RALPH

HOPPING    163

PART IV. THE EFFECT OF REPEATED FOREST FIRES UPON THE REPRODUCTION Or COMMERCIAL SPECIES IN PETERBOROUGH COUNTY,

ONTARIO, BY C. D. HowE, PH.D   166

OBJECT OF THE WORK AND CONCLUSIONS IN BRIEF   166

INTRODUCTION    168

BASIS OF CLASSIFICATION    169

MANY SMALLER FIRES    170

PHYSIOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS    171

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF TERRITORY    171

RAPID EROSION Or SOIL    172

FOREST CONDITIONS    173

AREAS SEVERELY BURNED ONCE    174

STATISTICAL TABLES    176

AREAS SEVERELY BURNED TWICE    179

STATISTICAL. TABLES    180

AREAS SEVERELY BURNED THREE TIMES    183

STATISTICAL TABLES    184

AREAS SEVERELY BURNED MANY TIMES    186

STATISTICAL TABLES    188

SUMMARY Or FOREST CONDITIONS    190

STATISTICAL TABLES    190

GROWTH STUDIES    192

FINANCIAL LOSSES BY FOREST FIRES    197

FUTURE PRODUCTION OF PINE    198

GREAT LOSS Or STUMPAGE VALUES    199

FIRE PROTECTION    201

FOREST PROTECTION CAN BE SECURED    201

VALUE OF PROTECTION NOT APPRECIATED    202

SUGGESTED MEANS 01, PROTECTION    203

RESULTS Or PROTECTION    203

FIRE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION    204

PERMANENT BENEFITS TO BE DERIVED    204

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