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3,600 Shades of Green: A Survey of CSUN's Trees





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Uploaded on Oct 12, 2009

A group of geography undergraduate students, led by Assoc. Professor Helen Cox of the Institute for Sustainability, began a new survey of CSUN's trees to determine the amount of CO2 they sequester and to update the plant atlas detailing the location and species of every tree on campus. Watch Dr. Cox explain the project and see her students in action.

Directed, shot and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti
Based on the article by Julia Venkateswaran for Northridge Magazine
Narrator/Interview Subject: Assoc. Professor Helen Cox
Featuring Student Surveyors: Roger Motti, Brian Shimizu, and Kevin Ulrich
Still photographs courtesy of Lee Choo and Dat Tuyen
Produced by Brenda Roberts and Julia Venkateswaran
Executive Producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McManus and Randal Thomson
Music by
Close captioning by James Wolf
Special Thanks: Jolene Koester, Joseph O'Connor and David Mascarina

This film is dedicated to Professor Cox's late father.

© 2009 California State University, Northridge

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