Trees of Utah and the Intermountain West: A Guide to Identification and Use

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Utah State University Press, 1998 - Nature - 341 pages
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Michael Kuhns has compiled a comprehensive guide to virtually every native and introduced tree species from the eastern slope of the Rockies west to the Sierra Nevada, and from north-central Oregon, the Salmon River region of Idaho, and Yellowstone south to the Grand Canyon and northern New Mexico. Included in the guide are simple and easy-to-use identification and classification keys, which are accompanied by hundreds of illustrations that introduce basic information on tree anatomy, climate/hardiness zones, and the individual species.

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List of Included Trees
Species Descriptions
Tree Selection Guide

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About the author (1998)

Kuhns is Professor and Forestry Extension specialist for the dept. of forest resources at Utah StateUniversity.

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