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Andrew K. Koeser, J. Ryan Stewart, Germán A. Bollero, Donald G. Bullock, and Daniel K. Struve

Nowak, D.J. Kuroda, M. Crane, D.E. 2004 Tree mortality rates and tree population projections in Baltimore, Maryland, USA Urban Forestry Urban Greening 2 139 147 Romberger, J.A. 1963 Meristems, growth and development in woody plants U.S. Dept. Agr Forest

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Alvine Ornella Tchouga, Vincent Deblauwe, Stephanie Astride Mouafi Djabou, Giovanni Forgione, Rachid Hanna, and Nicolas Niemenak

Diospyros crassiflora H. (Ebenaceae), commercially known as the African ebony, is a small forest tree found at elevations less than 1000 m in South Nigeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Republic of the Congo, and

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Nisa Leksungnoen, Roger K. Kjelgren, Richard C. Beeson Jr., Paul G. Johnson, Grant E. Cardon, and Austin Hawks

Urban landscape plants are often grown well beyond the environmental boundaries of their native range, particularly in regard to precipitation. Irrigation mitigates water stress for plants from mesic habitats grown in arid region urban landscapes

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Clinton C. Shock, Erik B.G. Feibert, Alicia Rivera, Lamont D. Saunders, Nancy Shaw, and Francis F. Kilkenny

other forested communities, whereas E. umbellatum grows in communities from the sagebrush to the subalpine zone ( Reveal, 2012 ; Welsh et al., 1987 ). Eriogonum spp. are drought hardy and long-lived. Both species are recommended for plantings to

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Lisa E. Richardson-Calfee, J. Roger Harris, Robert H. Jones, and Jody K. Fanelli

replaced ( Burton et al., 2000 ) and is a measure of annual production and/or mortality relative to standing crop ( Jones et al., 2003 ). In natural forests, root turnover is responsible for a substantial flux of carbon to the rhizosphere ( Tierney and

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Miles Schwartz Sax, Nina Bassuk, and Mark Bridgen

ideal candidates for planting in typically low soil moisture conditions found in the urban environment ( Abrams, 1990 ; Osuna et al., 2015 ; Sjöman et al., 2018 ). Oaks are commonly a major component of urban forests across eastern North American

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Lijing Zhou, David L. Creech, Ken W. Krauss, Yin Yunlong, and David L. Kulhavy

; Templet and Meyer-Arendt, 1988 ; Wicker et al., 1981 ). Of all native swamp forest tree species in the southern United States, Taxodium distichum has been recognized as being among the most tolerant to flooding ( Hook, 1984 ) and salinity ( Krauss et al

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David L. Kidwell-Slak and Margaret R. Pooler

rosy mauve flowers in early spring; seedless. Originated from open pollinated seed collected from cultivated plants growing in the urban and suburban districts of Kunming, Yunnan, People’s Republic of China. Released in July 2000 by Margaret Pooler and

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Erin Schroll, John G. Lambrinos, and David Sandrock

States, most species associated with grassland and forest ecosystems where many of the major urban centers are located would likely be inappropriate for use on extensive green roofs without supplemental irrigation. A continuing irrigation management plan

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Caitlin E. Splawski, Emilie E. Regnier, S. Kent Harrison, Mark A. Bennett, and James D. Metzger

The growing interest in sustainable local food production has created incentives for crop producers, especially in urban areas, to grow food for local consumption using low-cost, renewable materials and/or organic production techniques ( Butler and