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Treepedia: A Brief Compendium of Arboreal Lore (Pedia Books)

Author: Maloof, Joan ; Westfall, Maren

Publication Date: 09/14/2021

Format: Hardcover

From Oaks And Maples To The More Exotic Dragon's Blood And Baobab Species, Trees Are Known And Appreciated Across The Globe. This Book Is A Mini Encyclopedia Of Sorts-for Not Only Trees, But Also Tree-related Topics Like Reforestation, Forest Fires, Emerald Ash-borers, And More. Similar To Millman's Fungipedia, This Book Will Include Entries On Both The Commonplace And The Whimsical Alike, With Line Drawings Throughout. The Book Has Roughly 80 Entries, In Which Readers Will Explore Topics Ranging From The Vast Tongass Forest In Alaska To The Comparatively Very Small Meristem Cells, Which Allow Trees To Generate New Growth. In Addition To Entries On The Biological And Ecological Aspects Of Trees, The Book Also Features More Culturally Focused Entries, Including Those On Historical Figures Such As Renowned Nature Writer John Muir, And Activist Wangari Maathai. Similar To Fungipedia, The Book Is Intended For A General Audience, However, It Will Also Appeal To Seasoned Tree Enthusiasts. Entries Are Supplemented With Line Drawings From Maren Westfall--