Abou-Chaar, C. (1988). AUB campus: Perennial garden of our youth. Al-Kulliyah, summer issue, 3-5.
How Green is AUB? (2007- 2008). Main Gate, 6(3)
Nature in the design. (Spring 2006). Main Gate, 4(3), pp. 22.
Origins and future of AUB's green campus. (Fall 2015). Main Gate, 14(1), 20-21.
West, W. (1988). History of AUB campus trees. Al-Kulliyah, summer issue, 6-8.
N.B. To read al-Kulliyah articles click on the title and page numbers.
The Post Herbarium at AUB is the digital version of the Catalog of the Herbarium founded by George E. Post (1868-1909), professor of surgery, metria medica and botany at AUB from 1869. The herbarium contains more than 20000 specimens which represent some 4200 plant species belonging to 178 families. Specimens have been collected in Lebanon and parts of Syria, Jordan, and Palestine. Click here to search and view 220 type specimens of George Post.
The Post Flora is the digital version of the book titled The Flora of Syria, Palestine and Sinai by George E. Post.
AUB Nature Conservation Center (NCC), is an interdisciplinary center at AUB created to promote nature conservation and suistanability.
Trees of Lebanon: a labor of love: by Salma Talhouk Each tree in this book is presented as a local story.
NCC Plant Database: The database provides information about native plants, including trees, shrubs, herbs and wild edible plants.
AUB Landscape Plant Database: The database is focusing on native, naturalized, and ecologically suitable plant species for the Middle East region.
AUB Trees on campus date to the university's founding and come from all over the world. Behind each tree is a story. Click on campus map to know more.