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Front Cover - The longleaf pine (pinus palustris) is one of the dominant pine species at SRS. Distributed in the Atlantic and Gulf
coastal plains from Virginia to Texas, the trees are common in dry, sandy locations. At maturity, they generally reach 80-120 feet in
height and up to two-and-a-half feet in diameter (with a maximum height of 150 feet and diameter of four feet). They produce cones
up to 10 inches long. The longleaf is the preferred pine species of the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, and large areas of
SRS are managed for the species because of the woodpecker. The trees are harvested for timber, and their pine straw (from needles
reaching 15 inches in length) is used extensively in landscaping projects. The photograph for the 2004 SRS Environmental Report
cover was taken by Al Mamatey of the Westinghouse Savannah River Company's Environmental Services Section. The cover was
designed by Eleanor Justice of the company's Documentation and Information Services Section - Media Documentation Group.
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