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Identifying Wood

Author : R. Bruce Hoadley
ISBN : 0942391047
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Describes the anatomy of trees and provides instructions for identifying the wood of nearly two hundred species

Understanding Wood

Author : R. Bruce Hoadley
ISBN : 1561583588
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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The twenty-fifth anniversary edition of this craftsman's classic instructs readers in the art of cutting, seasoning, machining, joining, and bending wood.

Identifying Wood

Author : R. Bruce Hoadley
ISBN : OCLC:1035612940
Genre : Wood
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Forest Products And Wood Science

Author : Rubin Shmulsky
ISBN : 9780470959992
Genre : Nature
File Size : 37. 22 MB
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The new edition of this book offers a fully revised and updated review of the forest products industry. This important text covers the full spectrum of the subject, basing itself in a thorough understanding of the anatomical and physical nature of wood and providing a special emphasis on its use as an industrial raw material. Forest and biomass researchers are provided with comprehensive coverage of all aspects of wood science and industry, ranging from tree growth and wood anatomy to a variety of economically important wood products.

Know Your Woods

Author : Albert J. Constantine, Jr.
ISBN : 1592286828
Genre : Nature
File Size : 47. 98 MB
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KNOW YOUR WOODS traces different kinds of lumber from the forest to the sawmill to the craftsman's workshop. Every person interested in the broad subject of woods—their identification, characteristics, and uses—will find this book a revelation. The information is presented in clear, nontechnical style. It describes over 300 principal woods—indicating the common and scientific names of each—shows how to recognize a tree by its leaf, bark, or berry, and how to identify its wood by grain, color, and texture. Chapters include: A Tree Lives -Identification of Woods -How a Tree is Named-Knowing-Trees by Name . Out of the Forest into Logs and Lumber-From Logs to-Veneers-The Physical Appearance of Wood-Woods of the Bible . Planting-Trees around the World . State Trees-Drugs from Trees . Collecting Woods of the World as a Hobby-And more The author spent more than forty years in the trade before writing this book, and as such, it contains much information that appears nowhere else. There is also information on worldwide forestation programs, logging and sawmill operations, lumber and veneer manufacturing methods, and other related subjects. Completely revised, this edition features more than 150 illustrations of trees and wood grains. KNOW YOUR WOODS is a unique reference guide that neither the craftsman nor the tree lover should be without.

A Field Guide To Identifying Woods In Antiques And Collectibles

Author : R. Bruce Hoadley
ISBN : 1631863711
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 23. 10 MB
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R. Bruce Hoadley is widely considered to be the authority on wood and wood technology. Author of two highly acclaimed books on understanding and identifying wood, Hoadley has had a lifelong passion for antiques, and he now turns his attention to explaining how to identify the woods used in antiques and collectibles. An introductory chapter outlines the woods covered, followed by a chapter about wood in general, which will focus on the anatomical features and physical properties used for identification. Chapter 3 discusses the simple tools needed--a light, a sharp knife or razor blade, and a hand lens--as well as techniques to start out with and ways to deal with the many special problem situations. The main part of the book is a discussion of 37 woods commonly found in American antiques. Hoadley chose these 37 woods based on the species he has encountered in museums, collections, shops, auctions, garage sales, etc. Each wood is first described in terms of its physical properties and pertinent visible anatomical features and characteristics. A macroscopic view (equivalent to 10x hand-lens resolution) of a cross-sectional surface is used to explain critical features used in identification. Related to each wood, two or more objects (both antiques and collectibles) will be shown by an overall photograph, then by close-up and/or hand-lens views to illustrate application of the features that confirm identification of the wood.

Wood

Author : Terry Porter
ISBN : 1861088558
Genre : Wood
File Size : 23. 89 MB
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More than 200 timber species from around the world are described in detail in this lavishly illustrated, compact edition of Terry Porter's best-selling book. In this indispensable guide to one of the world's most valuable natural resources there are handsome colour photographs of each species, and reliable data on working properties, seasoning requirements, typical uses and safety considerations. Inspirational examples of finished work are also shown. A further 200 species are listed in brief, and there is a comprehensive index. Aimed squarely at the individual or small-scale user, whether professional or amateur, the book includes woods used in cabinetmaking, joinery, carpentry, turning, carving and a host of more specialist applications. It covers most species in widespread use, and many less familiar ones which deserve to be better known. This new compact edition of a best-selling reference work, includes the 20 important species added to the revised and expanded edition and a section illustrating the variety of decorative figuring which can be found in many species. There is also valuable information on wood defects and potential health hazards. Specially commissioned drawings of living trees, including details of their leaves, fruit and flowers, add a new dimension to the book and serve to enhance our appreciation of the raw material of woodwork.

Silviculture

Author : Ralph D. Nyland
ISBN : 9781478633761
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Silviculture: Concepts and Applications reflects a belief that all the tools of silviculture have a useful role in modern forestry. Through careful analysis and creative planning, foresters can address a wide array of commodity and nonmarket interests and opportunities while maintaining dynamic and resilient forests. A landowner’s needs, circumstances, and site conditions guide a silviculturist’s judgment and decision making in finding the best ways to integrate the biologic-ecologic, economic-financial, and managerial-administrative requirements at hand. The Third Edition of this influential text provides a foundational basis for rigorous discussion of techniques. The inclusion of numerous real-world examples and balanced coverage of past and current practices broadens the concept of silviculture and the ways that managers can use it to address both traditional and emerging interests in forests. A thorough discussion of new and proven interpretations increasingly directs the attention of foresters toward the role silviculture plays in creating, maintaining, rehabilitating, and restoring forests that can sustain an expanding variety of ecosystem services.

Archaeological Sites

Author : Sharon Sullivan
ISBN : 9781606061244
Genre : Social Science
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"Edited anthology of 73 previously published texts on the theory and practice of the conservation and management of archaeological sites"--Provided by publisher.

Stone Conservation Principles And Practice

Author : Alison Henry
ISBN : 9781317742678
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 86. 64 MB
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Winner of the RIBA Book Award, this important and timely publication brings together contributions from leading stone conservation practitioners. It discusses the philosophical principles on which stone conservation is founded and the need to understand the full history and development of a building before starting work. Other topics covered in this book include consolidation, cleaning, and the replacement of stone; conservation of different stone types, including limestone, sandstone, and marble; problems of dealing with polychrome stone; and finally, issues relating to church monuments and graveyards, taking account of the need for good maintenance and health and safety requirements. The book is illustrated with the authors' own examples of stone conservation in practice. Architects, surveyors and craftsmen involved in the conservation of stone structures will find this both a practical and useful reference work.

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