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Lists, with most recent first, additions to the Urban Forestry South website during the past month. Click on a title to view or download the content.
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Presentation Better Root Systems with Gravel Beds This presentation, given at the 2018 Georgia Urban Forest Council Annual Conference at Jekyll Island, describes the function, construction, and maintenance of a...
Technology Transfer Resource Gravel Bed Tree Planting Series – Survival Data This case study documents the rate of survival after 5 years for saplings grown in a gravel bed for 7-15 months and out-planted around Athens, GA.
Technology Transfer Resource Gravel Bed Tree Planting Series – Growth Data by Planting Date Timing of out-planting trees from a gravel bed has been shown to have an impact on diameter growth. Out-planting later in the growing season allows bare-root tr...
Technology Transfer Resource Gravel Bed Tree Planting Series – Five-Year Growth Data This case study documents 5-year diameter growth data of four different tree species out-planted from a gravel bed in Athens, GA.
Technology Transfer Resource Gravel Bed Tree Planting Series - Construction This document provides instructions for designing, constructing, and maintaining a gravel bed for growing bare-root trees in the South.
Citation Estimates of Carbon Dioxide Withheld from the Atmosphere by Urban Hardwood Products This report provides CO2 equivalents (CO2e) measured in pounds per board foot by major hardwood species found throughout the nation’s urban areas. This inform...
Technology Transfer Resource Urban Forest Strike Teams - Tree Assessments to Support Communities, Urban Tree Canopy, FEMA Public Assistance, and Debris Management Presentation at the 2018 ISA Annual International Conference and Trade Show in Columbus, Ohio August 5-8, 2018.
NUCFAC Analysis and Solutions for Development and Redevopment Impacts on Urban and Community Forsets
NUCFAC National Assessment of Air Temperature Effects of Trees on Human Health and Comfort This proposed project will investgate modeled benefits in i-Tree to include air temperature regulation by trees, the impacts of temperature on human health and ...
NUCFAC Standardizing the Return on Investment in Urban and Community Forestry This project designs an easily adoptable assessment methodology that informs the investment decisions of the private, public and nonprofit sectors.
NUCFAC Climate Resilience Through Urban Greening and Cooling in Los Angeles: A Neighborhood-by-Neighborhood Analysis Study and Implementation Plan A research project designed to define and quantify the relationship between increases in urban tree canopy and albedo (i.e. solar reflectivity) and reductions i...
NUCFAC The Canopy Continuum: Ecosystem Services from urban canopy structure on maternal and child health In an effort to curb the degradation of the urban environment stressors and enhance livability, many municipalities have developed intensive urban forestry camp...
NUCFAC Urban Forestry's Return on Investment: Tying Residential Nature to Health Care Expenditures Dozens of studies involving millions of people document the connection between urban forests and human health: in greener places, people are healthier.
NUCFAC A Decision Support System to Develop, Analyze, and Optimize Urban & Community Forests A decision support system (DSS) for i-Tree Landscape that strategically manages the uncertainty in i-Tree predictions to increase the chance of managers achievi...
NUCFAC Deploying Sensors on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle to aid in Urban Forest
NUCFAC Helping Urban Foresters and Diagnosticians by Optimizing A Molecular Toolkit to Provide Rapid Diagnosis of Thousand Cankers Disease
NUCFAC Community Food Forestry Initiative
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