Articles

Articles are short to medium-length, illustrated documents. Some, like Stacking in the Field are stand-alone pieces. Others like Sedges in the Field, Photo Blog, and Moss Blog are segments of running blogs. The most recent posts are listed below. Earlier ones may be found through the index.

A diagram of the south cliffs on Drew Mountain, Marshfield, VT, showing the habitat for Carex…
Jerry Jenkins, September, 2016 What is it? Focus stacking is a digital technique for increasing…
Jerry Jenkins, August 2016   This week, I was photographing sedges at Branch Pond, in…
An ecological map of a shoreline peatland with stunted conifers on the landward edge and…
An ecological map of a large drained beaver flow, on peat and with a continuous…
Two ecological diagrams, showing the common vascular plants and mosses of dry boreal forest. Based…
Four annotated photomontages of about 70 species of woody plants, ferns, and herbs from the fertile…
Three photomosaics, showing 39 herbs and 17 grasses and sedges of shores and adjacent forests…
A photo-montage of sixteen common mosses of dry, fertile rocky hills, with close-ups, leaf  characters,…
Jerry Jenkins The central goal of the Atlas Project is to make tools—guides, charts, atlases—for…
By Jerry Jenkins, NFA 6/21/16. Tips for identifying white oaks… Oaks are best identified by…