ENV 671a/EVST 231 () / 2021-2022
Woody Plant Taxonomy and Dendrology
Fall 2021: Th, 1:00-5:00, Marsh Rotunda
Dendrology literally translates as “the study of trees” and integrates morphology, phenology, ecology, biogeography, and the natural history of tree species. In this course students learn how to identify more than 120 individual species of woody plants using common morphological and ecological traits used for field identification. Dendrology is by nature context-specific, so this course has a focus on North American forest species, primarily of eastern North America. In addition, we use phylogenetic systematics as the structure for understanding taxonomy and the evolutionary history and relationships between species. Enrollment limited to thirteen.
To apply for this class please 1) register so I have you in the canvas roster 2) fill out this google form before August 24th: https://forms.gle/T1RRv71TsCLP5mxv7. (Links to an external site.)Students will be told if they are accepted or on the waitlist for this class by August 25th
Limited to 13