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exhaustion disorder to experience urban landscapes, forest landscapes, and forest lakes and found that participants perceived forest landscapes to have a greater restorative effect; participants had higher preferences for these landscapes and better HRs and

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to lesser and greater extents, respectively, compared with their counterparts presented with urban street scenes ( Herzog et al., 2003 ; Honeyman, 1992 ; Ulrich et al., 1991 ). Coming into contact with natural environments, especially forests, can

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tolerance, and species with lower values (i.e., with a greater tolerance to drought) are more likely to survive in challenging sites and have a greater ability to deliver the ecosystem services sought by urban forest professionals. The technique used during

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with a forested watershed (less than 1 lb/acre per year N). These researchers, however, also noted high retention (75%) of N inputs in the urban watersheds mostly consisting of fertilizer and atmospheric deposition. In other studies of urban turf and

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et al., 1986 ). Nevertheless, wood decay fungi are the primary and most common cause of decreases in mechanical strength of wood in standing trees ( Råberg et al., 2005 ). Studies of wood decay development in forest and urban trees have involved

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Urban residential landscapes are dynamic, varied, and complex, which makes their classification challenging ( Grimm et al., 2000 ). Furthermore, the plant community, which is the basic unit that landscape ecologists use to classify natural

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://www.epa.gov/enviroatlas > U.S. Forest Service 2006 Community tree guides. 24 June 2017. < https://www.fs.fed.us/psw/topics/urban_forestry/products/tree_guides.shtml > U.S. Forest Service 2017 i-Tree: Tools for assessing and managing forests and community trees. 24 June 2017

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Sustainable Landscape Interpretation Enhances Student Acceptance Sustainable landscapes are increasingly recognized for their potential to enhance ecological benefits in urban and suburban landscapes. However, adoption of sustainable landscapes

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; McCullough et al., 2001 ). It is a significant tree species in urban forests, identified as the species of greatest importance in Washington, DC ( Nowak et al., 2006 ) and listed as one of the most important park trees in Boston ( Welch, 1994 ). Increased

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stress under irrigated conditions in desert urban areas Ecohydrology 7 5 818 823 Webb, W. Szarek, S. Lauenroth, W. Kinerson, R. Smith, M. 1978 Primary productivity and water use in native forest, grassland, and desert ecosystems Ecology 59 6 818 823 White

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