This category contains sites about Dendrology which is the study of woody plants including trees, shrubs and lianas.
Information from Wikipedia on tree-ring dating which is a scientific method of dating based on the analysis of tree-ring growth patterns.
Information from Wikipedia on the study of woody plants including trees, shrubs and lianas.
Information about courses, trees, and forest biology. Includes tree ID fact sheets on over 900 species of trees.
Compendium of research papers describing the characteristics and distribution of important broadleaf and coniferous forest trees of the United States and Canada, plus many of the native and naturalized trees of Mexico, the Caribbean Islands, and Hawaii. Compiled over several decades by USDA Forest Service scientists.
Wood sections of 350 North American trees from the 14-volume book The American Woods, published between 1888 and 1910 by Romeyn Beck Hough.
Dedicated to the oldest-known living tree, growing in the White Mountains in east central California. Information about the location, dendrochronology, photo gallery, and bibliography.
Site for The Dendrologist, a quarterly magazine. Also contains tree tips and a record of the dates of upcoming dendrology events in the UK.
Information on research into tree root architecture, tree root growth and tree stability.
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