Weather station at the Tier III throughfall exclusion x fertilization site in Taylor County, Florida. Photo courtesy of Jessica Ireland.
Throughfall exclusion structures at the Tier III site in McCurtain County, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of Duncan Wilson.
Throughfall exclusion structures at the Tier III site in Taliaferro County, Georgia. Photo courtesy of Madison Akers.
Aerial view of PINEMAP Tier III throughfall exclusion x fertilization site in Taylor County, Florida. Photo courtesy of Tim Martin.
A PINEMAP research technician spreads fertilizer at the Buckingham County, Virginia Tier III throughfall exclusion x fertilization site. Photo courtesy of Andy Laviner.
High school students participating in the University of Florida's Science Quest summer camp measure trees and calculate the amount of carbon stored in trees as part of the Project Learning Tree/PINEMAP Secondary Module activity "Counting the Carbon." Photo courtesy of Martha Monroe.
University of Florida M.S. student Maxwell Wightman drills a hole to insert thermal dissipation sensor probes into a tree at the Tier III throughfall exclusion x fertilization site in Taylor County, Florida. Photo courtesy of Geoff Lokuta
The education team is creating resources and programs to educate high school students and teachers as well as university students about the relevance of forests, forest management, and climate impacts. The PINEMAP education program also engages university students in collaborative, interdisciplinary research aimed at solving complex societal problems.
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