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How to Choose a Field Guide for Trees | eHow.com

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How To Do Just About Everything How To Articles Members SEARCH HOME HOW TOs RESOURCES COMMUNITY MY PROFILE Start contributing today! Sign In or Join now Home » Hobbies, Games & Toys » Science & Nature » Nature How to Choose a Field Guide for Trees BROWSE HOW TOs More Articles in Hobbies, Games & Toys Collecting Crafts Games & Cards Hobbies Science & Nature Toys Video, Computer & Internet Games Check Out All Categories Arts & Entertainment Business Careers & Work Cars Computers Culture & Society Education Electronics Fashion, Style & Personal Care Food & Drink Health Hobbies, Games & Toys Holidays & Celebrations Home & Garden Internet Legal Parenting Parties & Entertaining Personal Finance Pets Relationships & Family Sports & Fitness Travel Weddings Thanks. Your vote has been counted. Avera Read More
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Ancient Bristlecone Pine

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Earth's oldest living inhabitant "Methuselah" at 4,767 years, has lived more than a millennium longer than any other tree. Discover how these trees were found and where they live. Learn of their unique strategies for survival. The focus will be on the White-Inyo mountain range of California. by Dr. Edmund Schulman westernmost home to the ancient ones characteristics of the bristlecone dating through tree-ring growth of Wheeler Peak download jpeg images in the White Mountains to related Web sites of the bristlecone pine send email, comment on this site search the bristlecone site on keywords The Bristlecone site has achieved several awards . View the traffic on this site. All images and text created and copyrighted ©1995-2005 by Leonard Miller unless otherwise noted - All rights reserved. A Read More
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Ancient Bristlecone Pine

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Earth's oldest living inhabitant "Methuselah" at 4,767 years, has lived more than a millennium longer than any other tree. Discover how these trees were found and where they live. Learn of their unique strategies for survival. The focus will be on the White-Inyo mountain range of California. by Dr. Edmund Schulman westernmost home to the ancient ones characteristics of the bristlecone dating through tree-ring growth of Wheeler Peak download jpeg images in the White Mountains to related Web sites of the bristlecone pine send email, comment on this site search the bristlecone site on keywords The Bristlecone site has achieved several awards . View the traffic on this site. All images and text created and copyrighted ©1995-2005 by Leonard Miller unless otherwise noted - All rights reserved. A Read More
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British Trees Website Home Page - native, forestry, conservation, british-trees,

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home about native tree guide organisations bibliography magazines links images / resources OUR FAMILY OF WEBSITES: Select: Ancient Tree Forum Ancient Tree Hunt Back on the Map British Trees Community Woodland Network Conservation Land Trust Glen Finglas Legacies Native tree shop Nature Detectives Phenology ePolitix Trafalgar Tree For All Wild about woods Woodland Pictures Woods for people Woods on your Doorstep Woods under threat Woodland Trust main website The British Trees website aims to be the definitive guide to British tree species on the Internet and was kindly donated to the Woodland Trust by Bill Unsworth in 2004. Why not start by looking at our native tree guide . News The tree planting season is upon us! Why not have your own planting session in your garden with trees from the W Read More
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For 204 Homepage

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Dendrology Forestry 204 at Michigan State This site was designed to be a support reference for the students in the Fall 1996 class of Forestry 204 here at Michigan State. The information here is designed to support, not supplant, the information presented in class and lab. Please send comments and suggestions to me at Linnellw@pilot.msu.edu. Now that the semester is over, I plan to add more material of interest to the general public. This site will be undergoing modifications over the next weeks and months. Class Bulletin Board Labs Syllabus Glossary Grades - Use URL address provided in class Tree Information Identification and other information about various trees All Trees - by Scientific name Michigan Trees and Shrubs Non-native and Ornamental Trees and Shrubs Individual traits Bark Bud Read More
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Geologiska inst, Lunds universitet

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If your browser supports it, you will be transfered to the requested page in 1 seconds, otherwise select the link manually. Read More
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Hardy Palm Trees and Ferns around DC

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Updated 11/2/2002. Site removed March 5, 2005 - I can no longer maintain it. This site showcases both palm trees and ferns that can survive the often snowy winters of the Washington, DC area. The snow covered Palm on the left is one example. Evergreen outdoor palm trees. More similar palm trees. Right: A June 2000 photo of me by a Sabal minor in Hatteras Is., NC. Evergreen ferns from the DC area. More DC area ferns. Photo, left: Interrupted Fern, Frederick, MD. For years I've been collecting wild ferns as a hobby because I think they have a tropical appearance. In April 1998 I saw a 6' palm tree outdoors near Norfolk, VA. It had evidently been outside all winter. My curiosity drove me to find that some palm trees can live outdoors as far north on the U.S. east coast as Connecticut. After l Read More
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Home Guide

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home about native tree guide organisations bibliography magazines links images / resources An Introductory Guide to Native British Trees The main contents of this guide are pages on each of the 33 British Native Trees. Perhaps you are wondering how this is defined. We are also starting a new list of common non-native trees. You can find information about a particular tree via the indices of latin and common english names below. Included with each page is a set of links on the left to all the other pages in the guide. Use the "Up" button at the top of each page to get back to this page. Alder Ash Aspen Bay Willow Beech Bird Cherry Black Poplar Box Common Oak Crab Apple Crack Willow Downy Birch Field Maple Goat Willow Hawthorn Hazel Holly Hornbeam Juniper Large Leave d Lime Midland Read More
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Home Page: FOR 141/241: Tree and Shrub ID / Dendrology

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Class Home Course Description Course Materials Instructor Info Syllabus Helpful Links Class FAQs CoF Home OSU Home Welcome Students! FOR 141 and 241 are introductory courses that focus on tree identification. They each include information on ecology, principal uses, and natural history of forest trees of the United States. They also include skills that will enable you to identify trees and shrubs not learned in class, and to answer the kinds of questions that you’re likely to encounter in the future. One is not prerequisite to the other; in fact, it would redundant to take both. These classes are required for students in forestry, but they’re commonly taken by students from all over campus (for example: fisheries and wildlife, range, horticulture, natural resources, business, eng Read More
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Home Page: FOR 141/241: Tree and Shrub ID / Dendrology

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Class Home Course Description Course Materials Instructor Info Syllabus Helpful Links Class FAQs CoF Home OSU Home Welcome Students! FOR 141 and 241 are introductory courses that focus on tree identification. They each include information on ecology, principal uses, and natural history of forest trees of the United States. They also include skills that will enable you to identify trees and shrubs not learned in class, and to answer the kinds of questions that you’re likely to encounter in the future. One is not prerequisite to the other; in fact, it would redundant to take both. These classes are required for students in forestry, but they’re commonly taken by students from all over campus (for example: fisheries and wildlife, range, horticulture, natural resources, business, eng Read More
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IHRMP-California's Rangeland Oak Species

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Purpose | Personnel | Oak Assistance | Publications | IHRMP Funded Research | Other Links California’s Rangeland Oak Species Eight major oak species occur on California hardwood rangelands. Blue oak, valley oak, Oregon white oak and Engelmann oak are all deciduous and members ofthe white oak group. Coast live oak, interior live oak, and canyon live oak are three important evergreen oaks. California black oak is a deciduous oak in the red oak group. Click on the species of interest below for a brief description of the general characteristics of these important oak species. Blue Oak Valley Oak Oregon White Oak Engelmann Oak Coast Live Oak Interior Live Oak Canyon Live Oak California Black Oak back to top | IHRMP Home | Purpose | Personnel | Oak Assistance | Publications | IHRMP Funded R Read More
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Interactive Dendrology

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Interactive Dendrology Interactive Comparison Tool Please enter the names of two eastern pines that you wish to compare. You may enter either the common or Latin name. Also select the type of comparison you wish to perform. When you are finished click: 'Make Comparison', to get the results. To see a list of species to choose from click here: First Species: .......... Second Species: ...... Bark Buds and Leaves Reproductive Structures Press this button to Use this button to clear the form, and . Back to the Previous Page Interactive Dendrology Design Research Lab / College of Forest Resources / NCSU Read More
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ISU Forestry Tree Identification

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Iowa State University Extension Forestry An Interactive Key of Common Iowa Trees Ready to get started identifying your tree? The following key is based on the use of only the leaves and branches, since they are the simplest parts of the tree to use for identification during the summer months when trees are in full foliage. To identify your tree, you'll be making a series of choices based upon sketches and tree characteristics. Through a process of elimination, you'll arrive at an identification of your tree. In some cases the trees have not been keyed out to the individual species. The first place to start is to determine if you have a conifer (evergreen) or a broadleaf. Please look at the two sketches below and choose the one that is closest to your tree: Needle-like leaves or Broadleaf l Read More
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Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona

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skip navigation site map Home About us Tree rings People Research Academics Outreach Events Resources Prospective Students Current Students Educators Researchers What can we learn from tree rings? The answer is limited only by our ability to decipher their stories. Announcements The 70th Anniversary Tree-Ring Symposium is a program of public talks and posters by Tree-Ring Lab personnel and colleagues, with a special talk "Early Tree Rings" by Donald McGraw: see the schedule for details. Norwegian potluck-lunch at noon, Wednesday November 21, Math East Room 20. Current & upcoming LTRR courses Summer and Fall 2007 Tree-Ring Talks Home About us Tree rings People Research Academics Outreach Events Resources Site map Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research http://www.ltrr.arizona.edu/ webmaster@ltrr.a Read More
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MSN Encarta : Online Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Atlas, and Homework

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MSN home Mail My MSN Sign in encarta greeting cards more Hotmail Messenger My MSN MSN Directory Air Tickets/Travel Autos Careers & Jobs City Guides Dating & Personals Extra Games Green Health & Fitness Horoscopes Lifestyle Maps & Directions Money Movies Music News Real Estate/Rentals Shopping Spaces Sports Tech & Gadgets TV Weather White Pages Yellow Pages encarta ® Home Encyclopedia Dictionary Atlas K-12 Success College & Grad School Adult Learning Quizzes More Additional Reference Materials Thesaurus Translations Multimedia Other Resources Education Resources Math Help Foreign Language Help Project Planner Scholarships & Financial Aid Jobs & Internships Online Degrees Coffee Break Ask Bill Nye the Science Guy Top 10 Lists Columns On This Day Encarta Products Help Today's Highlights Novem Read More
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Native Pines of Eastern North America Title Page

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Welcome to Native Pines of Eastern North America, an on-line database designed to assist students studying eastern pines. Emphasis is placed on woody species native or naturalized in eastern North America. How to use this tutorial: Clicking the pointer on blue highlighted text will move you through the tutorial. To return to the previous page, click on the "Back" button on the browser or the "Back to Previous Page" option at the bottom of a page. To go to the next page, either click on the desired highlighted text or related image. Scientific and common names of individual species on their respective title pages are highlighted and linked to sound files which give correct pronounciation. In order to access these audio files, your computer must have audio capability. At any time, you may go Read More
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Natural Resource Skills Introduction to Tree Identification - Dendrology On-lineNatural Resource Skills - Tree Identification

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welcome to: Natural Resource Skills - Tree Identification When you feel that you are ready, simply click here for a practice leaf test , or on the word twigs for a practice winter i.d. test. You can also go to the introduction to tree identification lecture to review terminolgy or just to visit. Pinophyta - (Gymnosperms) Trees Pinales - Conifers Family: Pinaceae Pine Family 1. Eastern White Pine (Pw) Pinus strobus Silhouette of mature Eastern White Pine leaves in clusters of 5, soft, and flexible. blue-green in colour. 2. Red Pine (Pr) Pinus resinosa leaves clusters of 2 10-15 cm long. bottlebrush appearance. 3. Jack Pine (Pj) Pinus banksiana leaves clusters of 2. slightly curved and spread apart. 2- 4 cm long. Spruces / Picea A. Dietr. leaves singly borne, square in cross-section. leaves Read More
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OPLIN: This Page Doesn't Exist

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Uh-oh... The page you're looking for has either moved or doesn't exist. Here are some links to valid OPLIN-related webpages: OPLIN home OPLIN Support Center Research Databases Find an Ohio Public Library Discover Ohio The OPLIN 4cast Ohio Web Library OH! Kids What Tree Is It? Read More
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Palm Trees in Oregon

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Moderated by the Pacific, western Oregon is mild enough to grow with success some beautiful palms. There are: Trachycarpus fortunei :These are the most common. I've seen them get quite tall in certain areas. / / / Chamaerops humilis :Used somewhat, but I have never seen a tall one in Oregon. / / Phoenix canariensis :These do quite well on the south coast, some very tall. / / / Washingtonia filifera :This is one of the least common, large specimens in Southern Oregon and the coast. / / Washingtonia robusta :Being grown on the coast, less reliable inland. / Sabal minor :Low growing and slow growing, rarely planted yet attractive. / Butia capitata :Being grown at the coast, maybe eleswhere too. / Syagrus romanzoffianum : Seldom used, but hardy on the Southern Oregon coast. / Special Photo Sec Read More
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Redwood - The Natural Choice

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Redwood is the one wood all the others try to imitate. Why settle for redwood color when you can have real redwood? No other outdoor wood can match the natural beauty of real redwood. And no other decking and fencing looks so right at home. CALIFORNIA REDWOOD ASSOCIATION · 1 888-CALREDWOOD · info@calredwood.org © 2005, California Redwood Association. All rights reserved. Read More
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The Longleaf Alliance

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The Longleaf Alliance has moved. Our new address is http://www.longleafalliance.org Please update your bookmarks. Read More
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Tree ID - U.P. Michigan

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Upper Peninsula TREE IDENTIFICATION KEY from Michigan State University Extension Click on an icon below to move to the next place. 1 This page has moved to a new location (http://uptreeid.com). You will be forwarded there in 5 seconds . Read More
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Tree-Ring Data - World Data Center for Paleoclimatology

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Tree Ring Diagram of rings... Extending a chronology... Bristlecone pine... The International Tree-Ring Data Bank is maintained by the NOAA Paleoclimatology Program and World Data Center for Paleoclimatology. The Data Bank includes raw ring width or wood density measurements, and site chronologies (growth indices for a site). Tree-ring measurement series from other parameters are welcome as well. Reconstructed climate parameters, including North American Drought, are also available for some areas. Over 2000 sites on six continents are included. Search Search data by site name, location, investigator, and date. ArcIMS View site locations and browse, query, and download tree-ring data along with other paleo proxy data. Visualizations View Visualizations of Paleoclimate Data. Obtaining Data P Read More
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Trees of Utah

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Project Director - - - - Dave Anderson Back to the Site List. Show me the Slides. This Page created & maintained by Jared Alger & Chad Marsing Read More
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UAH Campus Trees Section

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* The transferring of any image from this site to another site by any method, or copying, other than for strictly educational use is prohibited. Welcome to UAH's Campus Trees Section The Deciduous Trees The Conifers Trees being grown in our nursery for the future. U.S.D.A. Hardiness Zones of North America Grounds Homepage Read More
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WDT HOME PAGE

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WORLD DICTIONARY OF TREES by Miroslav M. Grandtner Wood and Forest Sciences Department Faculty of Forestry and Geomatics Laval University, Quebec, Qc Canada G1K 7P4 Information on our new website Cliquer ici pour la version franÇaise Just published Presentation Collaborators Introduction Abbreviations Distribution Height Foliage Ecology Use Acknowledgements References Information on the project (pdf) Search by continent North America South America (under development) Eurasia (under development) Africa (under development) Oceania (under development) For comments or questions, please contact Miroslav M. Grandtner Dictionary's Web Database and Website built and maintained by Pierre Laplante D?partement de g?ographie Universit? du Qu?bec ? Rimouski Copyright ? Miroslav M. Grandtner, 1997-2007 Read More
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Welcome to the Forest Biology and Dendrology Sites at Virginia Tech

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Welcome to the Forest Biology and Dendrology Educational Sites at Virginia Tech *Please note* Most of these webpages use layers, which Netscape 4.5 and earlier versions do not interpret correctly. You may need to upgrade your browser. Get new Netscape Get new MSIE Our photo use policy: You are welcome to use the photos as long as it is always for nonprofit uses. Please give us credit when possible! Links to our pages are welcome, web addresses are generally stable. Copyright is retained by the photographers. For further information, contact John Seiler Dendrology - Fact Sheets for Tree Identification What's Blooming in Montgomery County ? Virginia Street Tree Selector It is planting season, and you have some nasty soil... see what you could be growing! The Meanings of Scientific Names &quo Read More
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WWPA - Ponderosa Pine.

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Popular WWPA Links! WWPA Home Literature Store Design Software Mold and Wood Tech Notes Mill number list Grading Service Mills Standard Patterns Heat treated lumber (KD-HT) Spans Statistical Reports Lumber Pioneers International Buyers Guide Ponderosa Pine from WWPA's Ponderosa Pine Species Facts published August, 1995 ?1995 Western Wood Products Association Quick Index Forest range, growth habits Grading Characteristics Factory and Shop products Treated products Choices Find out why Ponderosa Pine and other Western species are the most environmentally beneficial choice in building materials today and why you should use lumber for construction. Forestry Range - Ponderosa Pine is one of America's abundant tree species, covering approximately 27 million acres of land. Stands can be found fro Read More
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WWPA Western Hemlock - Hem-Fir.

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Popular WWPA Links! WWPA Home Literature Store Design Software Mold and Wood Tech Notes Mill number list Grading Service Mills Standard Patterns Heat treated lumber (KD-HT) Spans Statistical Reports Lumber Pioneers International Buyers Guide Hem-Fir from WWPA's Hem-Fir Species Facts published March, 1997 ?1997 Western Wood Products Association Quick Index Range, growth habits and production Characteristics & best uses Grading Framing products Appearance products Factory and Shop products Treated products Choices Find out why Hem-Fir and other Western species are the most environmentally beneficial choice in building materials today and why you should use lumber for construction. Western Woods Region Of the West's approximately 136 million acres of forested land, there are nearly 40 million Read More
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