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Tree hazard assessment program in San Francisco
 
Oak tree ordinances
 
Value of oaks in rural subdivisions
 
Estimating the demand for urban forest recreation sites
 
Urban forestry in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets: An account of the European urban forestry project sponsored by the EEC
 
Land use and amenity trees in urban Hong Kong
 
Promoting urban forestry through the urban planning process
 
Controlling the roots of urban trees
 
Utility line clearance in our urban forests
 
A guide to contracting for municipal tree maintenance services
 
Influence of water stress and restricted root volume on growth and development of urban trees
 
The role of water stress in tree growth
 
Soil moisture and absorption of water by tree roots
 
Urban Trees and Traffic Safety: Considering U.S. Roadside Policy and Crash Data
 
Particulate pollution capture by urban trees: effect of species and windspeed
 
Herbicide Transport in a Restored Riparian Forest Buffer System
 
Interception of tropical rain forest - performance of a canopy water balance model
 
Structural Soil Investigations at Cornell University
 
Compendium of elm diseases
 
Survey of urban tree programs in the United States
 
The urban climate
 
Environmental attitudes, knowledge and behavior of urban Americans
 
Greenstreets; the street tree plan for Oakland: A report to the city of Oakland
 
Cool Trees: Surviving Cold Temperatures
 
An Ophiostoma species and Xyleborus glabratus Threaten Red Bay (Persea borbonia) and Other Members of the Lauraceae in the Southeastern USA
"Extensive mortality of red bay (Persea borbonia (L.) Spreng) has been observed in maritime forests of the southeastern United States since 2003. Trees exhibit wilt-like symptoms and a black discoloration of the sapwood. read more...
Wood utilization in the city of Chicago
 
Urban forest resource inventories: A community based approach
 
Wound closure in trees affected by paclobutrazol growth regulator
 
Utilizing natural controls to minimize urban environmental impacts: riparian reforestation
 
Values and perspective of land use change along the urban-wildland fringe
 
Urban forestry: what we can learn from cities around the world
 
Using the best to make it better: applying the best practices of urban and community forestry to make cities livable and sustainable: the T.R.E.E.S. project
 
Urban and community forestry in the United Kingdom
 
The Urban Forest Effects (UFORE) model: quantifying urban forest structure and functions
 
Dealing with tree roots and concrete: the Sunnyvale (California) experience
 
Redwood City, California's tree preservation and sidewalk repair program
 
Strategies to reduce infrastructure damage by tree roots
 
Using tree stand health indices for the environmental impact assessment of industrial area in the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine
 
Utilization of commercial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculants in ornamental and woody plants production in nursery
 
Urban trees and air pollution
 
Wind stability analysis of urban trees
 
Urban tree health in Budapest
 
Urban horticulture and the management of urban tree health
 
Urban forestry for the new millennium
 
Trees and development in the city - the Edinburgh experience
 
Urban forestry in South Africa - from townships to towns
 
Urban forestry in Ireland - the way ahead
 
Urban woodlands - a vision for greener towns and cities
 
Urban forestry landscapes - progressing the social agenda
 
Urban forest information and management system in Seoul (Korea)
 
Trends in urban forestry practices, programs, and sustainability: contrasting a Pennsylvania, U.S., study
 
Urban forestry in Sweden from a silvicultural perspective
 
Wind mitigation and microclimate mitigation using vegetation and landform
 
Valuation of urban forest amenities in Finland
 
Urban forestry in the Republic of Ireland
 
Urban forestry development in the Republic of South Africa - The social aspects
 
Water supply for large tree transplantation
 
Underlying beliefs and attitudes about topping trees
 
Stump Removal: Selected Bibliography
 
Stress, Pests & Injury In Redbay (Persea borbonia)
Redbay (Persea borbonia) is a medium sized tree of the deep coastal plain woodlands. Redbay is a member of the Laurel family, one of the more primitive angiosperms families. read more...
Selected References For Redbay (Persea borbonia)
Redbay (Persea borbonia) has become the center of discussions regarding exotic pests invading native forests and changing the forestís ecological complexion and destroying a cultural heritage. This publication provides a list of selected references which can help frame information about redbay, as ... read more...
Redbay Wilt Risk Assessment Map For Georgia
Risk assessment for Ophiostoma / Xyleborus glabratus range expansion based upon combined climatic data (temperature, precipitation, and evaporation -- 30 year averages) and susceptible species present (Laurel family genera included were Cinnamomum, Lindera(3), Litsea, Persea (2), and Sassafras). read more...
Managing Light Resources In Tree / Turf Culture
 
Important Literature On Tree / Turf Culture
 
Identification & Silvics of Ginkgo
 
Tree roots in the Danish sewer system
 
Costs due to conflicts between street tree root growth and hardscape
 
The impact of park trees on microclimate in urban areas
 
Denuding Communities: Tree Canopy Loss Calculations & Public Perceptions
For many communities, self-image is centered around their trees and green spaces. Communities compromise between greenspace and economic development. read more...
Cultural Aspects of Trees: Traditions and Myths
 
Amenity Trees: Defining Concepts In Use
 
Field assessment of soil factors contributing to sidewalk damage by tree roots
 
The post-romantic landscape of Telford New Town
This paper "focuses on the design and early management of the landscape/urban forestry structure of the town, and the lessons that can be learned from its 'post-romantic' landscape. The paper concludes with an argument for improving the image and marketing of the urban forestry approach to urban ...
Changing climate and the effects on vegetation in central European cities
 
Trees And Humankind: Cultural And Psychological Bindings
 
Tree Technical Manual
 
Tree Heat Stress Syndrome
Georgia can have many hot days during the year. From the North Georgia mountains to the coast, these large heat loads can influence plant growth. Figure #l ; Figure #2. Trees and shrubs generally have optimum growing conditions across the range of temperatures from 70°F to 85°F Hot temperatures can ... read more...
Tree Growth Rate: Area Increase Table
 
Stress & Pest Impacts On Oxydendrum arboreum / Sourwood
Sourwood (Oxydendrum arboreum) is a native tree in forest areas of the Eastern United States. It can be found in other locations as landscape specimens in gardens and arboretums. read more...
Select Native Flowering Trees of Georgia
 
Parking Lot Shade
This is the final report on a study to determine the amount of VOC reduction from parking lot shade (i.e. parked vehicles) in Illinois (US). read more...
Ecological Restoration: A Selected Bibliography
Ecological restoration is a critical component of addressing urban sites. Community forestry includes a strong management requirement for proper, ecological literate renovation of damaged or exhausted sites. This publication provides an entry into the literature from 1996 and older. read more...
Ecological Renovation In Communities: Conceptual Underpinnings
The places where we live remain connected to natural life support processes. With land development, safety, and cultural issues, these lifelines become more strained. As we cleanse and sterilize our environment, the connections with other life, and associated sustaining processes, diminish. Our ... read more...
Determining Tree-Available Water In Soils of Different Textures
 
Public Attitudes Toward Urban Trees and Supporting Urban Tree Programs
Environment and Behavior, Vol 39 No 6, November 2007
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