Tree Browser Mobile - Not Just for the Desktop Anymore
UACAA 2012 Summer Meeting Proceedings
In 1999, USU’s Extension Forester and Horticulturist published an extension publication titled “Selecting and Planting Landscape Trees”. The publication allowed readers to select trees with various growth related, ornamental and cultural characteristics. The information in that publication was enhanced by developing it into a searchable database software program, TreeBrowser a computer program containing native and introduced trees growing in Utah and the Intermountain West. In 2009, USU Tree Browser migrated into an interactive website, http://treebrowser.org, containing information on 241 native and introduced trees growing in Utah and the Intermountain West, including 1,070 full color photographs. Users browse through a complete list of trees or can narrow their choices by selecting from 21 general, growth-related, cultural, and ornamental characteristics.
Kuhns, M.R., R. Holloway, and L.N. Holmgren. 2012. Tree Browser Mobile – Not just for the desktop anymore. UACAA 2012 Summer Meeting Proceedings, pg. 11.