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Definition of "lodgepole" []

  • A lodgepole pine or its wood. (noun)

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Use "lodgepole" in a sentence
  • "His studies in lodgepole forests in Utah and Idaho found that there is a relatively short-lived increase in the potential for surface fires when dying needles that have not yet lost all their resins pile up on the ground."
  • "So far, only a couple of the trees (literally two) have been found to be successful in fending off beetle attacks, using chemical and physical responses similar to those in lower-elevation tree species, such as lodgepole pine and Douglas fir."
  • "Vegetative cover is extremely diverse: alpine environments contain various herb, lichen and shrub associations; whereas the subalpine environment has tree species such as lodgepole pine, subalpine fir, silver fir, grand fir, and Engelmann spruce."
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