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UBC to track B.C.'s largest trees: re-launches database

Global News - Peter Meiszner, September 25, 2014

UBC to track B.C.'s largest trees: re-launches database
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UBC has re-launched their big tree database, cataloging the biggest trees in B.C.

The registry has been revamped and is now available online to the general public.

Users can search for big trees near their homes using interactive maps.

With the new database, anyone can nominate a big tree for verification by a tree expert.

To view the database, go to bigtrees.forestry.ubc.ca

VIEW VIDEO at: http://globalnews.ca/news/1583769/ubc-to-track-b-c-s-largest-trees-re-launches-database/


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