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effects of viewing real forest landscapes, based on a comparison with urban landscapes Scand. J. For. Res. 24 227 234 Lee, M-S. Lee, J. Park, B-J. Miyazaki, Y. 2015 Interaction with indoor plants may reduce psychological and physiological stress by

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Cinnamomum camphora (L.) J. Presl is a typical tree species in the subtropical broad-leaved forest. It is native to China, south of the Yangtze River, southern Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, and has been introduced to many other countries ( Li et al

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, 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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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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the number of annual burn permits ( Extension Foundation 2019 ). Much of the biogeographical distribution of this species has remained within its range but its sheer density and tendency to invade deciduous forests and grasslands within its range has

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Aging poses a substantial global challenge ( Detweiler et al. 2012 ), and the available medical resources fall short of adequately addressing the physical and mental health requirements of elderly individuals ( Goodwin 1999 ). Urban green spaces

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Lagerstroemia (crape myrtle) has a wide geographical range, extending from Southeast Asia to Australia. These plants have been widely used in urban landscapes because of their longevity ( Wang et al. 2021 ), bright flowers ( Anderson 2006 ), long

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Lawn and landscape irrigation uses a substantial portion of urban water in the United States, particularly in arid and semiarid regions during the summer ( Yue et al. 2022 ), and the irrigation demand is increasing as a result of urban expansion

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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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. Forest Research. Beijing . 26 : 344 – 351 . Costello LR , Hagen BW , Jones KS . 2011 . Oaks in the urban landscape: Selection, care, and preservation. UCANR Publication 3518. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

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