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This web page provides educational materials on mangroves appropriate for high school level and higher. The page is full of photographs, most featuring a descriptive caption. Topics discussed include mangrove...
This Topic in Depth explores some of the diseases and other threats, such as gypsy moths, emerald ash borers, and Asian longhorned beetles that certain trees must contend with to remain healthy and vital.
Not only is Washington in the primary fruit producing region of the world, Washington State University (WSU) also has a website dedicated to the tree fruit sciences through their research and extension center, TFREC. ...
This site includes a wealth of detailed information on Australian-specific and non-specific mangroves. Information includes coping with salt, zones, flora and associated fauna, history, facts & stats. Links to several...
American Forests recommends that urban areas have a 40% tree canopy to help reduce air temperatures and improve air quality. Making that determination can be a painstaking process. Remotely-sensed imagery can automate...
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