Definition of Atlantic white cedar

1. Noun. Slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United States; resembles American arborvitae.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atlantic White Cedar

Atlantic moonfish
Atlantic pollock
Atlantic pollocks
Atlantic pomfret
Atlantic provinces
Atlantic puffin
Atlantic ridley
Atlantic sailfish
Atlantic salmon
Atlantic salmons
Atlantic sea bream
Atlantic spiny dogfish
Atlantic tomcod
Atlantic tripletail
Atlantic walrus
Atlantic white cedar (current term)
Atlas Mountains
Atlas cedar
Atlas lion
Atlas moth
Atlas moths
Atomic Age

Literary usage of Atlantic white cedar

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings for the Eight Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference by M. Boya Edwards (2001)
"INTRODUCTION Atlantic white cedar, Chamaecyparis thyoides (L) BSP, was once widely distributed from New Jersey to western Florida and was a dominant species ..."

2. America's Curious Botanist: A Tercentennial Reappraisal of John Bartram by Nancy Everill Hoffmann, John C. Van Horne (2004)
"... ed., Atlantic white cedar Wetlands (Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, Inc., 1987), pp. 69-81. ..."

3. Classification of Wetlands & Deepwater Habitats of the U. S. by Lewis M. Cowardin (1979)
"Along the Atlantic Coast, Atlantic white cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) is one of the most common dominants on organic soils. ..."

4. The Vascular Flora of Pennsylvania: Annotated Checklist and Atlas by Ann Fowler Rhoads, William MacKinley Klein (1993)
"CUPRESSACEAE • Chamaecyparis thyoides (L.) BSP Atlantic white-cedar Evergreen tree Sphagnum bogs. Early Bucks and Phila. Co. occurrences reported but not ..."

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