Mosses of the Northern Forest – A Digital Atlas, BP-40
April 15th, 2020

Available for Download NOW! A collection of 1,650 high resolution images, with descriptions, diagnostic diagrams, and ecological information for 258 species. Most images may be zoomed to full screen or beyond and still remain sharp. Distributed as a bookmarked pdf file of 1,107 pages (1.02 GB) and available by download only. The images contained on this download are provided for individual noncommercial use only and may not be reproduced or distributed in any form without the written permission of the Northern Forest Atlas Foundation. Educators may obtain a limited permission to reproduce images by contacting the Administrator under Contact Us at bottom of page. Jerry Jenkins, April 2020. SKU BP-40

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Nancy Slack
November 30, 2016 at 9:51 am

Jerry and Sue, I have seen some of this before, but Jerry there is much I haven’t seen. I eagerly await the 2017 addition to the bryophytes and to reading/seeing much more. Superb photography and information. Although i won’t be teaching at Eagle Hill after this summer, I do a lot of local teaching via the Monday Mossers (and Licheners), ECOS, and the Thursday naturalists, still going every Thursday since the 60s. Yours is a great service to all of these groups–and so many more. Appreciation! Nancy

Nancy Slack
November 30, 2016 at 9:56 am

Jerry and Sue.
I have seen some of this before, but Jerry, there is much more. Superb photography and information. Great
for Eagle Hill and our local groups: Monday Mossers, ECOS and Thursday Naturalist–and many more elsewhere
in the Northeast and eastern Canada. Appreciation! Nancy

Jerry Jenkins
December 3, 2016 at 7:53 pm

Hello Nancy, and yes, indeed you do a lot of teaching! If the site is useful to you and your students, and more broadly, if it helps show how beautiful they are, our work will be worth it. All bests, J.

Walter Matia
May 1, 2020 at 9:39 am

Jerry Jenkins from Williamstown? Best class I ever took. Thank you for years of enjoyment

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