Winter Weather and Tree Sources

Winter Weather and Tree Sources

Winter Weather and Tree Sources


Clark, G. Thomas. Winter Twigs of Arkansas: A Field Guide to Deciduous Woody Plants. Rose Publishing Co., 1981

Farrar, John Laird. Trees of the Northern United States and Canada. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1995.

Gates, Frank C. Winter Twigs: the Identification of Kansas Woody Plants By Their Twigs. Kansas Arborist's Assoc., January 1, 1940.

Gilkey, Helen. Winter Twigs, Revised Edition: A Wintertime Key to Deciduous Trees and Shrubs of Northwestern Oregon and Western Washington. Oregon State University Press; Revised edition, 2001.

Harlow, William M.Fruit Key and Twig Key to Trees and Shrubs. Dover Publications; 1959.

Kirkman, L. Katherine, Brown, Claud L., and Leopold, Donald Joseph. Native Trees of the Southeast.Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 2007.

Lance, Ron. Woody Plants of the Southeastern United States: A Winter Guide. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2004.

Symonds, George W. and Stephen V. Chelminski (Photographer). Tree Identification Book: A New Method for the Practical Identification and Recognition of Trees. William Morrow Paperbacks, 1973.

Symonds, George W. and A. W. Merwin (Photographer).The Shrub Identification Book: The Visual Method for the Practical Identification of Shrubs, Including Woody Vines and Ground Covers. William Morrow,1973.

Trelease, William. Winter Botany: An Identification Guide to Native Trees and Shrubs.

Dover Publications, 2011.

School of Natural Resources.Tree Identification Manual.Papers in Natural Resources.University of Nebraska, 1965.

Watts, May Theilgaardand Watts, Tom,Winter Tree Finder: AManual for Identifying Deciduous Trees in Winter. Nature Study Guild Publishers, 1970.

Williams, Michael D. Identifying Trees:An All-Season Guide to Eastern North America Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2007.

On line Twig Keys:

Burke Museum, University of Washington

Cornell University

Virginia Tech University (this one is especially useful as it has photographs)

Books on How Plants Survive the Winter:

Marchand, Peter J. Life in the Cold: An Introduction to Winter Ecology.UPNE; 4th edition, 2014.

Halfpenny, James C. and Roy Douglas Ozanne.Winter: An Ecological Handbook.

Johnson Books, 1989.

Books About the Winter Landscape:

Seeing Maxwell Arboretum in Winter:

Ken Dewey’s Lincoln Weather and Climate web site (all the climate data you could ever want):