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View Resource Forest & Shade Tree Pathology

Forest & Shade Tree Pathology is a site created by Jim Worrall, a former professor at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry. The major focus of this resource is the study of tree diseases, "their causes (etiology), factors that affect their spread (epidemiology), ecological and economic impacts, and management." The site is divided into four sections: "Main Topics" such as fungi,...

View Resource New Southern Research Station Publications

The USDA Forest Service's Southern Research Station provides this growing database of online, full-text articles that have appeared in print. Covering everything from mountain roads and water quality, to carbohydrate metabolism of peaches, to reintroduction of red-cockaded woodpeckers, this collection of scientific articles and book chapters is updated frequently. The Products section contains...

View Resource Tropical Forest Ecosystem and Agroforestry Management (Forest TEAM)

The Forest TEAM project seeks to reverse the decline of native forests and plants in Hawaii due to the introduction of alien plant species and other encroachments. They hope to reverse this trend by educating technicians in the management and regeneration of native ecosystems on the Hawaiian Islands. In order to accomplish this goal, Forest TEAM developed an associate of science degree program...

View Resource USDA Forest Service-St. Paul Field Office: How to Publications

This site from the USDA Forest Service contains links to a variety of How to Publications and Fact Sheets on forestry related topics. Many of the publications deal with identifying, diagnosing and treating diseases of trees, such as Dutch Elm Disease, Sapstreak Disease, and noninfectious diseases among others. Other publications focus on managing trees, and identifying and preventing common...

View Resource Electronic Field Trip to the Forest

Have you ever hiked through the forests of Kentucky? Created by Kentucky Educational Television, this Electronic Field Trip to the Forest "is a 60-minute overview of forest ecology and management covering topics in environmental science, life science, history, geography, and economics." The site provides online video clips of the electronic forest trip, and information about featured...

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