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Tree and Leaf Identification

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How to Identify an Oak Tree
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This 3:25 long video does an excellent job of showing students how to identify Oak trees. The narrator shows examples of leaves and acorns as well.
February 14, 2011 at 09:32 PM
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Leaf Collection Project-Power Point Presentation
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This video is a power point presentation on a leaf collection project. Each leaf is identified with visual and facts are given to the side. Some of the leaves identified are crested shield fern, japanese wisteria, himalayan cedar, northern white ceda... [more]
October 16, 2011 at 10:11 AM
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How to Identify Trees and Leaves
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This is a great guide to identifying trees and leaves found in New York. Some of the trees discussed include striped maple, paper birch, sugar maple, balsam fir, eastern hemlock, and eastern white pine.  He goes into detail about the differences betw... [more]
October 16, 2011 at 09:12 AM
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How to Identify a White Pine
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This 1:35 video explains what a White Pine looks like and ways to identify it. Its vitamin content is explained and how to use it needles to make a tea is also shown.
April 14, 2011 at 03:15 PM
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Ages: 11 - 18
Lighting Up Leaves
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Leaves have an intricate web of veins that transport nutrients and water and provide structural support. But what determines the pattern of venation? Physicists Marcelo Magnasco and Eleni Katifori, of The Rockefeller University, investigated this que... [more]
December 28, 2011 at 12:39 AM
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Tree Identification
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In this video from the WPSU’s series Outside, a staff member at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center at Penn State University explains how being able to identify trees can make a winter walk through the woods more enjoyable. First, you can classify a ... [more]
October 2, 2010 at 12:06 PM
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How to Identify Spruce Trees
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The difference between spruce and pine trees is explained in this 2:48 minute video. The cones, shape of the tree, and needles are all clues to telling the difference between pine and spruce trees. The video moves slowly and it easy for students to f... [more]
February 14, 2011 at 09:44 PM
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How to Identify Pine Trees
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There are 150 different types of pines and this video helps students understand how to tell some of the differences. The needles, clusters, cones, and tree shape help with identification. The video moves slowly and gives students a good opportunity t... [more]
February 14, 2011 at 09:37 PM
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