tree biology


A new book presents in depth information on how trees change with time.  The book’s authors are researchers at the Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station.  The book is available from your favorite bookseller.  More information is avilable at the publisher’s website:  http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/forestry/book/978-94-007-1241-6

Changing patterns in white spruce growth in  the Central Alaska Boreal forest.  Read an article about the research here:  white spruce

An article about the Engelmann Oaks of the southwest.

engelmann oaks

Trees grow roots to compete with other plants, a recent recent research project suggests:  04obtree.html?_r=1&ref=treesandshrubs

Recent article suggests warming forests may soak up less carbon: Forests soak up carbon, but for how long?

Pine Beetle Story:  story.html

A new publication is available from the Oregon Dept. of Forestry discusses planting native and non native trees.  Here’s the link:   Natives_vs_Nonnatives.OR 09 

 This link will also be added to our list of available publications filed under publications in the header.

JUFP is please to announce the availabilty of a new publication,  a guide to native trees in the Juneau area.  It is avilable in two formats, an  easy to read format:   tree guide readable and a format that prints easily as a booklet:  tree guide print   These files will also be available under the  publications tab  in our header.

Here is a link to a list of deer resistant plants  posted in the oregonian.

deer-resistant_plants.html

A New York Times article discussing carbon sinks and

 forest thinning in Central Oregon: 29trees.html?_r=1&ref=science

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