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Some Statistics From Our Forest:

Species Composition

diameter distribution

Notable Trees:
1 European weeping beech
2 narrowleaf ash
3 overcup oak
4 white oak
5 white fir
6 Douglas-fir
7 Atlas cedar
8 English oak
9 eastern hemlock
10 Dutch elm
11 Japanese pagoda tree
12 sycamore maple
13 Camper-down elm
14 dawn redwood
15 bur oak
16 Hankow willow
17 hackberry

 

tree conditionmost common families

Our Team

Conceptualization: Eric Wiseman

Geospatial Development and Web Design: Dan Germroth, Jennifer (Otey) McKee, Seth Peery, Peter Sforza, Jason Shelton

Web Design: John Peterson

Funding: Virginia Tech Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research; Virginia Tech Office of University Planning

Technical Support: The Laurus Group; Virginia Tech Center for Geospatial Information Technology Virginia Tech Enterprise GIS

Notable Tree Images: John Seiler and Eric Wiseman

Field Support:

  • Rob Beideman, 2007 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • Bruce Binney, 2008 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • Lindsey Charity, 2007 graduate, B.S. Forestry (FRM Option)
  • Ethan Crockett, 2008 graduate, B.S. Forestry (IFO Option)
  • Taylor Duke, 2008 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • Jordan Endahl, 2011 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • Dan Germroth, 2012 graduate, B.S. Geography
  • John Homyk, 2007 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • Steve Jordan, 2007 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • Jen (Otey) McKee, 2007 graduate, M.F. Forestry (Geospatial Analysis)
  • Mason Patterson, 2008 graduate, B.S. Forestry (Urban Forestry Option)
  • John Peterson, 1993 graduate, M.S. Forestry (Forest Biology)
  • Brian Wolyniak, 2005 graduate, M.S. Horticulture