Books and Essays
Trees Live Here: a book about the arboretums of North America
"... an impressive work.
Recommended for lower division undergraduates through professionals / practitioners and general readers."
Read the full review in CHOICE, the leading reviewer of books academic and public libraries
Wrangel Island, Russia: Tragedy in the Arctic - an essay about the first woman on the island.
The Flora of Mount Adams, Washington
Look here for information about Washington's second highest volcano and the first taxonomic book of its flora.
Pastel and felt tip pen art
Original art, created with soft pastel and felt tip pen: birds, landscapes, flowers, trees, arboretums.
Photographs organized by both scientific and common family name of approximately 1500 native North American herbaceous and shrubby plant species.
Click here for a PDF file of photographed taxa.
Tree Family Essays - click here
Betulaceae, Juglandaceae, Rosaceae, Ulmaceae
Rainier in Bloom
In the summers of 2014-2016, we undertook a project to photograph the plant species native to the Park. Of about 750 species, 603 were photographed. See these, along with a free mobile app, at our companion website: www.rainierinbloom.com
The fruits of the 2014 summer work, with more than 1900 plant photos donated to the Park Service, are organized for presentation on Google Earth. See the results and much more!
Brief biographies of us are here.
The Trees of North America
In this website,
photographs of approximately 600 species
of trees native to North America, taken by Susan, are available.