Outreach Plus

Educational Outreach

Pederson, N. 2012. Tall Tree Tales: Meet the Beast of Broadleaf Longevity. In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Summer 2012.

Pederson, N. and Amy Hessl. 2011. Tall Tree Tales: Farewell, For Now, To a Loyal Arboreal Friend. In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Winter 2011

Pederson, N., Bob Leverett, Will Blozan, Jess Riddle and Josh Kelly. 2011. Tall Tree Tales: Tulip-Poplar: Douglas-Fir of the East? In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Summer 2011.

Ryan McEwan and N. Pederson. 2010. Tall Tree Tales: FIRE!!! In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Winter 2010.

Pederson, N. and Ryan McEwan. 2010. Tall Tree Tales: Those Magnolias. In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Fall 2010.

Ryan McEwan and N. Pederson. 2010. Tall Tree Tales: Three odd and elegant denizens of the Bluegrass Region. In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Summer 2010.

Pederson, N. and Ryan McEwan. 2010. Tall Tree Tales: Characteristics of Old Trees. In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Spring 2010.

Pederson, N. 2009. Old Trees in the Inner Bluegrass Region of Kentucky: November 2008. Bulletin of the Eastern Native Society. 4(1): 9-10. pdf.

Pederson, N. 2008. Ring width patterns of a chestnut oak (Quercus montana) from Lilley Cornett Woods, KY: An example of accelerated growth in old trees across the eastern US – A brief overview of a sample for the paleoclimate exhibit of the American Museum of Natural History. In: The Lady Slipper – newsletter of the Kentucky Native Plant Society. Summer 2008.

 

Plus

Dendrochronology on NBC Nightly News, August 1, 2014.

It’s Not Ghengis Khan’s Mongolia NY Times September 2014

Reading the Trees Discover March 2014.

A Horde of Data The Economist December 2012.

Where Asia’s Monsoons Go to Die Science Magazine September 2012.

Roots of an Empire Science Magazine September 2012.

Attack of the Zombie Maples boingboing June 2012.

Recent droughts don’t compare to those in past… Athens Banner-Herald June 2012.

Timelines in Timber: Inside a Tree-Ring Laboratory Climate Central May 2012.

The Search For The Oldest Living Thing In New York The Awl April 2012.

Reign Check Scientific American March 2012.

Tree Rings Indicate Atlantans Have Unsustainable Water Habits Scientific American March 2012.

Tree rings reveal past water woes for south-eastern US Environmental Research Web March 2012.

Rings and Worms Tell the Tale of a Shipwreck Found at Ground Zero [Slide Show] Scientific American June 2011.

Group Hunting Old-Growth Forests. Lexington Herald Leader July 2007.Image.

Post Oaks in Pelham Bay Park. Mr. Bellers Neighborhood September 2004.

Methuselahs in Our Midst Science Magazine October 2003.

N.J. forest: Old, older, maybe oldest A thicket in Cumberland County may contain the Northeast’s oldest trees. The Philadelphia Inquirer September 2002.

Scientists study climate change in Adirondacks. Albany Times Union September 2002.

Just Off the Expressway, Ancient New York; Remnants of Virgin Forests Still Stand, Even in the Bronx and Queens. The New York Times July 2002.

Face of the forest is changing. Glens Falls Post Star April 2002.

 

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