Pinus contorta dead lone is a dead Rocky Mountain Lodgepole pine procedural model, specially designed to represent dead isolated trees, showing different states of residual bark. The Rocky Mountain Lodgepole pine is one of the most common pines in the Northwest of America and Canada, where it grows from 450 to 3500 meters in altitude. It is a medium sized, slim, columnar pine, with a mature height around 30 meters. Some rare specimens can even grow up to 45 meters. The fast-growing capability and the adaptation to poor soil of Pinus contorta var latifolia make it a good species for timber production.
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