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Champions come in all sizes. Brief article Mar 22, 2015 230
75 years of champions. Mar 22, 2015 2297
Hi EarthKids! Column Jul 1, 2014 340
Cook vs. Mohawk: where the tall trees grow. Leverett, Robert T. Jan 1, 2013 1985
The language of bark: the search for a better all-season field guide inspires a closer look at the unexpected beauty of bark. Wojtech, Michael Jan 1, 2013 2177
Comparing predicted historical distributions of tree species using two tree-based ensemble classification methods. Hanberry, Brice B.; He, Hong S.; Palik, Brian J. Report Oct 1, 2012 5209
Survey of tree species regeneration in canopy gaps forests in north of Iran. Fallahchai, Mir Mozaffar; Hashemi, Seyed Armin; Bonyad, Amir Report Sep 1, 2011 2323
The last of the giants. Blozan, Will Mar 22, 2011 2259
Separate the trees. Belleranti, Guy Mar 1, 2011 128
Learn to identify trees. Krautwurst, Terry Apr 1, 2010 424
Go see a champion: take a road trip to seek out the biggest trees in the nation! Bronaugh, Whit Travel narrative Jun 22, 2009 2100
Liberty Tree Grove. Brief article Jun 22, 2009 150
Botanical survey of Wildcat Hollow State Forest, Effingham County, Illinois. Tucker, Gordon C.; Edgin, Bob; Owens, Nicholas L.; Ebinger, John E. Report Jul 1, 2008 7284
How to nominate a big tree. Mar 22, 2008 601
The National Register of Big Trees 2008. Dawley, Margo; Phillips, Janelle Table Mar 22, 2008 18391
Species without champs. Table Mar 22, 2008 944
New champs in height and breath: General Sherman gets smaller, mega-trees switch places, people are one with trees. Read on for the latest from the world of really big trees. Bronaugh, Whit Mar 22, 2006 1861
Championing changes in the forest. Bronaugh, Whit Mar 22, 2006 2190
Empty thrones: somewhere out there royalty is just waiting to be recognized. Long live the king--wherever it is. Bronaugh, Whit Mar 22, 2006 2682
Regional patterns of presettlement forests in a twenty-eight township area of the Boston Mountains, Arkansas. Cwick, Gary Abstract Jan 1, 2005 261
Wanted: old champs. Brief Article Mar 22, 2004 143
Rising to new heights. Mar 22, 2004 2385
The towering titans: forget the traditional definition of a tree. There are a few species-11 to be exact-that defy such a mundane description. Bronaugh, Whit Cover Story Mar 22, 2004 2191
The national Register of big trees 2004-2005. Fedor, Karen Mar 22, 2004 19428
Return of the kings: times are tough for the Santa Cruz cypress, a tree with limited range and, for 20 years, no champion. Bronaugh, Whit Mar 22, 2004 2312
A must-see museum. Mar 1, 2003 303
Tree identification. Mar 1, 2002 436
Appendix 1 Nonconiferous trees requiring only moderate pruning to develop strong structure. Gilman, Edward F. List Jan 1, 2002 772
Appendix 2 Trees often grown with a multitrunk habit. Gilman, Edward F. List Jan 1, 2002 732
Appendix 3 Trees suited for training into a standard. Gilman, Edward F. List Jan 1, 2002 154
Appendix 8 Trees that often form multiple trunks. Gilman, Edward F. List Jan 1, 2002 117
TREES, PLEASE. Apr 1, 2001 93
COUNTDOWN TO TULIP TIME. Mar 1, 2001 192
IS THAT OAK OR MAPLE? Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 111
Sizing up the EAST. BRONAUGH, WHIT Mar 22, 2000 2036
From Verne to Saint-Exupery. Mar 1, 2000 935
Beautiful trees. Mar 1, 2000 850
FOREST COMPOSITION AND COMMUNITIES OF A WESTERN HIGHLAND RIM FOREST, HICKMAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE. GALLAHER, KENT Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 171
Database for distribution of plants in Louisiana. Walker, D.; Thames, S.; Rolen, S.; Allen, C.M. Jan 1, 2000 115
Inventory of trees in Monroe parks and schools. Wilborn, S.; Benoit, K.; Rolen, S.; Sibley, J.; Allen, C.M. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 150
Meet the new royal family. Bronaugh, Whit Jan 1, 1996 2484
Little island of big trees. Alemany, Salvador Jan 1, 1996 1148
The biggest sugar pine. Bronaugh, Whit Nov 1, 1991 274
Best "sleeper" yard trees for your area. Hopkins, Johns Nov 1, 1991 3711
Pickin' seed; you have to be a little squirrelly to do this, but it's the first step in ensuring the genetic superiority of the trees of the 21st century. Sherwood, Dan Nov 1, 1990 949
The ornery Osage orange. Grace, Jim W. Nov 1, 1990 1484
50th birthday of big trees. Gangloff, Deborah Jan 1, 1990 312
Fifty years of champions. Gangloff, Deborah Jan 1, 1990 1490
Nobility in the underbrush. Hugo, Nancy Ross Jan 1, 1990 467
Challenging the biggest champ. Hugo, Nancy Ross Jan 1, 1990 1118
The tiniest titan. Hugo, Nancy Ross Jan 1, 1990 549
Elm hunt. Hugo, Nancy Ross Jan 1, 1990 1128
Why hunt big trees? McGrath, Chad Jan 1, 1990 767
The singular sassafras. Clepper, Henry Mar 1, 1989 1499

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