Discovering the Ancients
Program Data

As our database grows, visitors will be able to view program data collected for each plant by the following database elements. (Note: these links are not yet enabled. Please check later.)

  • Plant Name
  • Plant Tag Number
  • Study Site
  • Date
  • Size
    • Plant Height
    • Plant Diameter
    • Trunk or Stem Crown Circumference
    • Trunk or Stem Crown Diameter
  • Estimated Age of Plant

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A brief description of Joshua Tree National Park, including weblinks for the U.S. National Park Service site as well as other sites of interest regarding the park.

Official NPS Web site:
Joshua Tree National Park

http://www.nps.gov/jotr/

When you go out in the desert and actually look at the plants, and I mean sit and look at them, you begin to see the diversity and complexity this land has to offer. When you walk next to the plants and rocks of the desert, you begin to feel connected to them, as your grandparents would have felt, if they had lived here. It is not a harsh place, if you slow down and listen.

Curt Sauer, Superintendent
Joshua Tree National Park

 

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