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Sampling has begun

This week despite a bad weather warning the team met up on a lovely sunny morning to take more comprehensive samples from the chosen trees.  Present were David Hackett, Professor David Taylor, Dr Clodagh Dooley and Olivia Hassett.

The Trees

Cordyline Palm

Cordyline Palm, Cordyline australis (Tree no. 214).

Of interest: internal structure of the trunk, fibrous hairs bunching. There are also some lovely small round lenticles (see image above) that we would like to further investigate.

Images: Olivia Hassett

The Trees

Friday Night Live starts with a bang...

The Royal Standard, 333 William Street, North Melbourne

Friday 27th January 7.00pm to 9.30pm 103 more words

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David Taylor Named January Volunteer of the Month

The Volunteer of the Month for January 2017 is EMT David Taylor.

David joined the CCEMS volunteer program in October of 2011 and has put in nearly 1508 hours since then. 89 more words


About this blog

This blog celebrates the stunning selection of Trees in Trinity College Dublin.

It also outlines Trinity Trees, an ambitious ongoing project involving the Trinity College Tree specialist (David Hackett), a scientist (Prof. 219 more words

The Trees

David Taylor and Rowand Taylor Kati Thanda (Lake Eyre) 15 Below @ Murray Art Museum Albury

This is a truly stunning set of arial photographs taken in the area of Kati Thanda during an period in 2016 when the periodical water mass was 80% full. 90 more words