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Dewayne L. Ingram

, according to the U.S. Forest Service’s Center for Urban Forestry Research (CUFR) Tree Carbon Calculator calculation method ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2008 ), would sequester 2093 kg CO 2 aboveground and in the roots in 50 years. The rate of C

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Melinda Knuth, Bridget K. Behe, Charles R. Hall, Patricia T. Huddleston, and R. Thomas Fernandez

urban forest ecosystems, p. 25–46. In: J.E. Kuser (ed.). Urban and community forestry in the northeast. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands Randolph, B. Troy, P. 2008 Attitudes to conservation and water consumption Environ. Sci. Policy 11 5 441 455

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Wei Wu, Shijia Wen, Tangkai Feng, Guoke Chen, and Bo Yang

species in subtropical, evergreen, broad-leaved forests and is encountered mostly on hillsides or under sparse canopies. It is widely distributed in central and southern China ( Fig. 1 ), and is also found occasionally in Japan and northeast India. Fig

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Melody Reed Richards, Larry A. Rupp, Roger Kjelgren, and V. Philip Rasmussen

multispectral and multitemporal information in high spatial resolution imagery for classification of individual tree species in a temperate hardwood forest Remote Sens. Environ. 75 100 112 Kjelgren, R.K. Rupp, L. Kilgren, D. 2000 Water conservation in urban

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S. Christopher Marble, Andrew K. Koeser, and Gitta Hasing

: Grass effects on trees J. Abor. 2 228 230 McPherson, E.G. 1998 Atmospheric carbon dioxide reduction by Sacramento’s urban forest J. Arbor. 24 215 223 McPherson, E.G. Rowntree, R.A. 1993 Energy conservation potential of urban tree planting J. Arbor. 19

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Roger Kjelgren, Lixue Wang, and Daryl Joyce

climate change. Although Australia's population is mostly concentrated in major urban zones along the higher rainfall seaboards, even these areas are affected by drought ( McWilliams, 1986 ). Similarly, the rapidly growing western United States is being

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Carlos R. Quesada, Adam Witte, and Clifford S. Sadof

as in greenhouses and urban landscapes, than in natural forests ( Hanks and Denno, 1993 ; Tooker and Hanks, 2000 ). Outbreaks have been attributed to a reduction of natural enemies caused by low plant and prey diversity, pesticide residues, dust, and

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Dewayne L. Ingram and Charles R. Hall

versus open-field tomato production in the Mediterranean Region Acta Hort. 801 1591 1596 Nowak, D.J. Crane, D.E. Stevens, J.C. Hoehn, R.E. Walton, J.T. Bond, J. 2008 A ground-based method of assessing urban forest structure and ecosystem services

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Gladis M. Zinati

island and droughty urban soils in a changing climate. Ecological models of climate change impacts on tropical forest type distribution can yield insights into selection of tree species better suited to urban conditions in tropical cities. Shackel (2011

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Mike Caron and Roger Kjelgren

urban landscapes. Although this study only included one species, other commonly used landscape species that transplant as BR stock may perform similarly, with smaller 25-mm caliper trees preferable to larger 40-mm caliper trees where stress is