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Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
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Creator: University of the State of Florida
University of Florida
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Publication Date: April 1940
Copyright Date: 1946
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of the


University


of


Forestry


Record


Florida



Bulletin


. XXX',


Series


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SApril


15, 1940


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The Record Comprises:


The Repprts of the President to the Board of Control,
information, announcements of special courses of instruction,
the University Officers.


the bulletins
and reports


These bulletins will be sent gratuitously to all persons who apply for them. The appli-
cant should specifically state which bulletin or what information is desired. Address

THE REGISTRAR,
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida


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are published as separate monographs numbered in several series.


research


work.


Papers


There
arranged
addressed
issue and
Requests
should be


is no free mailing list of these publications. Exchanges with institutions are
by the University Library. Correspondence concerning such exchanges should be
to the University Librarian, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. The
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for individual copies, or for any other copies not included in institutional exchanges,
addressed to the University Library, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.


THE COMMITTEE ON UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida










SCHOOL OF F(

ADMINISTRATIVE


)RESTRY


OFFICERS


John James Tigert, M.A. (Oxon.),
D.Litt. ,L.H.D.,President


Ed.D


,D.C.L. ,LL.D.,


Towne


Pre


Randolph
ident


Leigh,


Ph.D.


(Chicago),


Acting


Vice-


Wilmon


Newell,


D.Sc.


(Iowa


State


College),


Provost


for


Agriculture


Harold


Hume,


(Clemson),


Dean


Harold


Stephenson


Newins,


M.F


. (Yale),


Director


Harley
and


Willard
Registrar


Chandler,


M.S.,


Dean


the


University


FACULTY


Harold S
Head P
George F
Pathol
Ruthford


tephenson
professor
. Weber,


ogy
H.


Newins,


of Fo
Ph.D.


(part tim
Westveld,


M.F.


(Yale


Director


rest Utilization
(Wisconsin), Professor


ie)
M.F.


culture


(Yale),


Professor


and

Forest


Silvi-


Edwin Allen
Professor
Percy Warner


Ziegler,
of Forest


Fra


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Sc.D. (Fra
Economics
M.F. (Yale


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and Finance
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of For


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Forestry


(N.C.


(Syracuse)

F. (Purdue


State), Assistant

, Teaching Fellow

), Teaching Fellow


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SPECIAL FORESTRY BULLETIN


Field


of Forestry


One


the Un
lumber
veneer
pulp a
active
tract


ited


the most
States is


and planing
factories,


nd


paper


mil


important


the


mill
stave
Is, t


treating plants,
plants and many


s,


group
naval


groups
of for


of
est


stores,


, cooperage and p;
ie and pole yards
wood distillation


others.


All


these


industries
industries


furniture


package
, wood
and t


and


plants,
-preserv-


annin


ex-


industries


have made
sources t
Although
nation's


such


hat


th


almost


land


heavy
.e end


one


resour


utmost effort and s
forest organization
and silviculture, a


and


forest


to furni
lization


From


and


sh


products


the


raw


k


inroads
of our
third (6
ce is in
ill in o


an


nd


on our


virgin


virgin for
00 million
forest or


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d management
especially i


resea


mat


rch


erial


will


that


zed


p


le


for


sts is
acres)
brush


fire


C


prot


refores


re-
sight.
our


over, c
section,
station


)ur


n forest management
be required in order


our


progressive


demands.


this


economically


rating n
fession
services
section,


ew m
of f
in
and


ate


national
y using o
rials and


orestry.
demand i


park


nee
ur


us


Fores


the
and


d for
forest
es has
ters h


control


shade


training 1
products,


sprung


.ave
of


tree


also
soil


the


civi


growing
and elabo-


new


found


pro-
their


erosion,


pro-


work.


Location, Equipment and Field Laboratories


the School


school


Forest Schoo
vantages of
the special
of the Unive
Besides


stories
erect


and


1


1


has


the


the


a medium
zed inst


rsity.
the usua


abora


a forestry


experimental
products equ
The sch


2,00
east


0 ac
of


has be
dining


en


University


many
size


ructio


1


social


state
n in


class


and


Florida,
cultural


university,
pre-forestry


rooms,


tory equipment, the
products laboratory


seasoning
ipment.


ool


also h


re Austin Ca
Gainesville.


e


rected


hall,


WQa p Y


class


aro+-

.ry


a summer
s room,


4-Trs


as


lumber,


for


a f


Memorial


and


field
Fores


the forest, by
camp equipped
instructors' ca


1irs eVC r


wi th


offices,
school


with


the
ad-


well


subjects

labora-
plans to


dry


other


kiln


f


or


forest


boratory, the
10 miles north-
a small lake,
with dormitory,
bin, bath house,


overhead s


Drink-


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Forest Nursery


wood


treatment


ar


various chemical company
Forest protection
with the Florida Forest
In addition to the


conservation


area


This


reserve


under the


of Forestry, and
versity of Flori


work,


biological


progress.


mental
Bureau


area, and
of Fisheri


preservatives and methods
e being studied and report


t


ies.
is worked out in cooperate
and Park Service.
nearby School Forest the
of 2,000 acres at Welaka,


joint


manageme nt


the Department of
da. Here, besides
studies and game
quail hatchery is


of the S


Biology of the
the usual fore


propagation
a part of t


immediately adjoining
es has a large spring


the


wor


his
U.


of pre-
ed to


;ion

ire is
Florida.
school


Uni-
stf
k is
experi-
S.


-fed fish hatch-


ery.


the
Fore


The Florida School
United States locat
st Belt. The naval


surrounding


the S


school


ed


Forestry i
directly in


stores
produced


the
the


products


fr


1937 a


only one in
Naval Stores
om the county
gross sale


Different


ventive


a


*


B


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Within easy d
mills, large
mills, and a
Within a


such
ceola


or
a


vately
Satilla
(65,000
and man


the


instance
cypress,
large pi
radius


the


city


hardwood


.ne
of


ganized sustain
nd Apalachicola
owned Suwannee F


V


Forest
acres),
others


(40,000


the
that


On or adjacent


experimental


ment Station, th
Stores Research
istry and Soils.


are


and


seedling


one
yi


to
eld


pul


pine


p and paper
sawmills, s


tave


nursery.


three hou
forests a


National Fores
'orest (208,000


acres),


are


areas


the


Wilson
worthy


the
of t


ie U. S. Fo
Laboratory


r


Dan


Forest


irs


ts,


t


an


acres


travel ar
he Ocala,
d the pri
). the


Howell F
(15,000


e


Os-


forest


acres


study.


Osceola Nat
he Southern
est Service


the


ional
Fore


ores


S


and


t Exp


the


. Bureau


are


eri


Naval
of Chem-


EXPENSES


There


Florida


books
board


an
ar


tuition


students pay
d supplies,
e estimated


for


$100.00
laundry


$320.


Florida


students


tuition per y
and cleaning,
00 minimum and


Non-


ear. Fe
room and
$447.80


es,

max-


imnu
in
the
$10


m per year Dy tn
the Junior year
Forestry Summer
0.00, including


e Univ
(both
Camp
travel


ersity.


-year


and


0 weeks
possible


this


must be added


Ranger course
, costing abo
e 2000 miles.


8s


'ut


REQUIREMENTS


Four


FOR ADMISSION

Year Course


lent
tin o
should


Graduation from
as determined by


f
d


the


the
the


Information for the
have completed the
General College:


General
Board


Genera
follow


College or i
f Examiners.
1 College. )
ng courses a


s equiva-
(See Bulle-
The student
electives


Courses


Credits


Cy.
Acy.
Bty.
Fy.


101
125
303
220


-102
-126
-304


- General Chemistry, or ........
- Agricultural Chemistry for C
- General Botany for C-8 .....


Introduction


Forestry


for


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CURRICULUM


LEADING


DEGREE


FORESTRY


Junior


Year


Courses


First Semester


Credits


Sis
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Ms.


. 301
301
302
306
311
215


- Soils ......
- Dendrology ..
- Forest Mensur
- Forest Protec


- Foundations
- Plane Trigon


0
o


* .
..


. . * 4


tion


tion .........
f Silviculture
metrv and Lofa


........@..
4.... 4. *
..... ....


.rithms


Second


Semester


.223
. 309
. 310
. 318
. 320


Surveying .........
Wood Technology and
Reforestation and N
Forest Utilization
Silviculture ......


Timber


nursery
and Pr


Ph
Pra


oduct


......
*.. ..


Approved


Electives


Junior
versity
National


S


summer Camp -
Conservation
Forest in t


Ten


he


weeks. To be held o
erve, University Fore
southern Appalachi~ts.


the


and


Uni-
some


least


hours


tific


a week


observations,


fiction, prot
vanced methods


praisal,


the forest
surveying


section,
of fore


silvicultural


impr


doing practical
forest mensura


ovements,


t top
pract


ogr
ice


aphi
, ad


C
V


wor
tion


k, scien-
, identi-


utilization, and a
mapping, timber a
anced mensuration,


Senior


Year


First Semester


Courses


Credits


409
412
413
419
325


- Forest F
- Seminar
- Regional
- Principal


inan c


Silviculture
es of Forest


Introduction to For
Approved electives


es
in


. *.... ... *....
me......... 4* *


Management
t Patholo


Forestry


y ....
0.....


Second


Semester


4
4
2
3
3
19


3
19


ed-
p-
etc.


2
1
3
3
4
3
16


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Electives


Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.

Fy.


Game M
- Farm F
- Forest


414
421
422
429

431


management .
forestry ...
Recreation


- Wood Preservation and
- Kiln Drying of Lumber
- Advanced Mensuration
- Industrial Education


(For Industrial


- Forest


Problems,


and Landscape


....Forestr..
Forestry


reasoning


Fo
Fo


Stude
Semina


restry ..
nts only)...
r .. . . .


Ranger Course*


Applicants


lar entran
discretion
the Board


ce
of
of


years


age o


requirements of the U
the Director of the
University Examiners,


r over


who


university
School of


are


other


. -


*


meet thne regu-
or who, in the
Forestry and
wise qualified


or who


have


bee


may apply for a
Forest Rangers.


n employed
Admission t


th


some pract
e School's


ical
Shor


forestry
t Course


work,
for


The wo
practical e
as Forest R
be granted,
Universe ity


>rk of the
efficiency
rangers.
and the


short


of
The
work


cou0


those
usual
taken


rse is given
students who


University
will not


c


increase


are i
redits


count


the


training


will


toward


not
any


degree.


nearb


Much of t
y forests


he
to


laboratory ins
which classes


truct
are


ion is given
transported


in
by


the
bus


automobile.


Upon sat
lum, students
polished if re
and summer ca


completion


of


isfactory
will be
iquested.


nmp,
Sthe


the stu
Ranger


completion of
iven a certifi


the


dent


the
cate


completion


may


secure


fir
of
of


year


wor
the


a certifi


curricu-


k accom-
second v


cate


of


ear


Course.


*Offered


only


information


versity


write


there
the


Florida,


Ga


suffi


Director,
inesville


cient registration.
School of Forestry,
. Florida.


For
Uni


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CURRICULUM FOR


FOREST RANGER


CERTIFICATE*


First


Year


First Semester


Courses


Hours


Bty


Fy.
Fy.
Fy.


. 303
101
106
110
111


- General Botany ....
- Principles of Fores
- Forest Improvements
- Local Dendrology ..
- Forest Regeneration


. . .


try .
.@..


. e e ..... ..e .
......@. ...O.e..Ss


Second


Semester


Bty
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.
Fy.


. 304
107
112
114
116


- Gen
- For


- Fore
- Fore


eral
est


Botany


Prot
Meas


section


urement s


* .I**. *. 0*.... .


st Mapping


Timber


Growing


Methods


e.. . *.*... *.


SUMMER


CAMP FOR


RANGERS


Second


Year


First Semester


- Rural


TLaw


-.-.


VI .


- Logging and Lumr
- Naval Stores an
- Advanced Forest
- Forest Property


being .
d Forest


...
Pr


oducts


Measurements .
Adminis trat ion


217


- Management


Plans


S......


* ** ** I I


Second Semester


- Wood
- Grazi
- Fores
- Appro


Identification
ng and Wildlife
t Construction
ved Electives .


SO
..


3
6
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