The Poconos

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2.1Places to see the folded Appalachians and the gaps32
2.2Where to see the Pocono Plateau38
2.3Places to see the waterfalls42
2.4Places to see fossils44
2.5Places to see glacial signatures47
2.6Places to see some miscellaneous geologic features52
3.1Places to see the barrens58
3.2Places to see rock invasion61
3.3Places to see chestnut oak ridges and mixed oak forest 64
3.4Places to see the northern hardwood forest71
3.5Places to see hemlock–white pine ravines78
3.6Where to see mountain laurel89
3.7Where to see fall coloration91
4.1Some Pocono birding sites106–107
4.2Places to observe wintering eagles11 6
4.3Places to observe hawks and eagles120
5.1Places to observe flowing water communities172
5.2Places to observe standing water communities194
5.3Places to see Pocono bogs203
5.4Places to observe wetlands210
6.1Where to see crown vetch215
7.1Places of archaeological and historical interest258–259

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The Poconos
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • List of Boxes xi
  • List of Cameos xiii
  • List of Tables xv
  • Preface to the Revised Edition xvii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Pocono Patterns 9
  • 2 - Geological Forces That Shaped the Poconos 28
  • 3 - Vegetation of Pocono Forests 54
  • 4 - Animals of Pocono Forests 97
  • 5 - Watercourse and Wetland Communities 149
  • 6 - Roadsides, Waste Places, and Invasive Species 212
  • 7 - Human Activity from Native Americans to Vacationers 234
  • 8 - Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area 270
  • Appendix 283
  • Selected Readings and Source Material 317
  • Index 329
  • About the Authors 343
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