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MANY CHARTS AND GRAPHICS ARE NOW DOWNLOADABLE AS FREE PDFS!

The goal of the Atlas Project is to produce print and graphic tools for naturalists and ecologists. Primary tools are our products, which fall into four main categories: Photographic Guides, Digital Atlases, Charts and Posters, and Field Guides. Our image libraries are another such tool.

We also have a a collection of graphics you may view as high-resolution .svg graphics on the Graphics for Download page, or download and print them as .pdfs. You may also use the provided link to order a high quality print. The downloads are free for personal, nonprofit, and educational use; please credit us if you use them in lectures or publications.

Over 10 years of work has gone into these products, and we are proud of the results. If you like them, find them useful, or suggest improvements, please let us know.

The Atlas Project should be acknowledged for all uses ((©Northern Forest Atlas Foundation). Graphics may not be published or posted to other websites without permission. For permission, please contact us below.

Ecological diagrams of five common lowland boreal landscapes. Jerry Jenkins, 2014, adapted from earlier work.…
A large ecological map, showing the overall physiography of the lowland boreal and vegetation profiles…
Four¬†annotated photomontages showing about 50 woody plants and 13 forest herbs from the lowland boreal.…
Two annotated photomosaics and two ecological diagrams showing about 45 species of common mosses, lichens,…

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