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Thursday, July 14th, 2016

There Are So Many Amazonian Tree Species, We Won’t Discover the Last One for 300 Years

There are more different kinds of trees in the Amazon rainforest than anywhere else on earth, but the exact number has long been a mystery. In 2013, scientists estimated that the number of species was around 16,000–no one had ever counted them all up, though. In a new paper in Scientific Reports, the same scientists

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Chemical Emitted by Trees Can Impact St. Louis’ Ozone Levels

It is well known that the dog days of summer in St. Louis are hot, humid and hazy. On the warmest of these days, the air arrives from the south, bringing with it high temperatures, moisture and natural forest emissions of chemicals, known as hydrocarbons, from the Ozark Plateau. The hydrocarbons can interact with human-influenced

Monday, November 24th, 2014

3D Laser Mapping Scanner Helps UCL Scientists Map Trees

Nottingham, UK, Nov. 24, 2014—A state of the art laser scanner purchased from 3D Laser Mapping is helping scientists at University College London accurately monitor and record the state of forests around the world. The college’s Riegl VZ-400, already deployed in the UK, Australia and Africa, is being used to help characterise the state of trees,

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012

Cambridge Maps City Trees from Air with Bluesky

Cambridge City Council has used a digital map of trees, created by aerial mapping company Bluesky, to inform tree planting and management across the historic city. As part of a wider project to address the effects of climate change the specially commissioned ProximiTREE data replaced a more traditional tree audit to determine which trees already