LTI Participates in Advanced Tree Measuring Workshop at Cook Forest

by scolburn 7. June 2012 16:24

Laser Technology, Inc. was invited by Dale Luthringer, Environmental Education Specialist at Cook Forest Park and Bob Leverett, of the Native Tree Society, to attend this meeting put on for Tall Tree enthusiasts in the area. We were very excited to participate and to provide instrumentation and assistance for the attendees. Cook Forest State Park, located in West Central Pennsylvania, is home to a grove of old growth White Pine trees - a species that was once abundant across the eastern US. More...

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LTI’s Impulse 200 LR Measures Tree Height with Michael Taylor

by scolburn 4. May 2012 08:08
Re-measure of Tall Sugar Pine

Re-measure of the Tall Sugar Pine near Tiller


(A personal accounting by Steve Colburn, Director of Sales, North America for Laser Technology)

I had the opportunity to meet up with Michael Taylor this winter, coordinator of the National Register of Big Trees for California and discoverer of many of the world’s Tallest Trees. He drove up from Northern California to join me across the border in Canyonville, OR. After a quick cup of coffee and an enthusiastic conversation about his latest measurement project - detailed surface modeling of giant redwood trunks - we were headed east towards Tiller. Making the proper left at the Y and entering the Umpqua National Forest, we followed the signs (rare for the site of an official Tall Tree) and arrived at the Tall Sugar Pine.  Species Pinus lambertiana, notable for its wispy top, sweet sap and large cones, the sugar pine grows only here in the mountains of Oregon and California, extending south into the Baja of Mexico.
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