Corylus avellana, known as hazel, is a species holding an important cultural value for Ireland, present in Irish folklore and gaelic myths. It also finds uses for its wood and its fruits (hazel nuts) are a well known source of food [1]. It is also a widely researched species globally, with more than 200 of its features being studied, as retrieved from relevant databases.

1. MacCoitir, N. 2003. Irish Trees: Myths, Legends & Folklore. Gill & Macmillan Ltd. ISBN 1848890885, 9781848890886


Microscope image of leaf surface showing particulate pollution

Stomatal Conductance

Particulate Matter