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forest environment. Forest Medicine. Jan:169–181. Tsunetsugu Y , Lee J , Park B-J , Tyrväinen L , Kagawa T , Miyazaki Y . 2013 . Physiological and psychological effects of viewing urban forest landscapes assessed by multiple

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this survey only included respondents 18 years of age and older. The sample largely comprised baby boomers (37%) and was predominantly Caucasian (71%). Most respondents lived in suburban (46%) areas, followed by urban (28%) and rural (26%) areas. The

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micronesica K.D. Hill and Cycas revoluta Thunberg trees. These two Cycas species were widely planted throughout the urban landscape before the pest invasions, and the regionally endemic C. micronesica was a dominant forest species. Coccobius fulvus

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Urban areas started as complex social structures ≈10,000 years ago. Many of the earliest urban areas developed in arid climates near reliable fresh river water resources ( Redman, 1999 ). In the modern era, urban and suburban population growth has

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prefer jack pine J. For. 62 497 499 Hughes, J.W. Fahey, T.J. 1991 Colonization dynamics of herbs and shrubs in a disturbed northern hardwood forest J. Ecol. 79 605 616 Jones, J.M. Witham, J.H. 1995 Urban deer “problem” solving in northeast Illinois: An

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inhabitants in urban areas increases as well ( Lin et al. 2015 ; Opitz et al. 2016 ). This situation has led to many communities experiencing food insecurity, primarily in urban areas throughout the globe ( Ackerman et al. 2014 ; Lin et al. 2015 ). It has

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bluegrass response to both fertilizers was seasonally dependent (spring: granular; summer/fall: liquid). Table 2. Comparison of nutrient exports (kg·ha −1 of total watershed area) from turfgrass, agricultural, forest, and other urban land uses. Turfgrass

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.1080/14620316.2008.11512418 Muller, R.N. Bornstein, C. 2010 Maintaining the diversity of California’s municipal forests Arboricult. Urban For. 36 1 18 27 10.48044/jauf.2010.003 Peet, M. 2007 Reflections: The climate for certification ASHS Nwsl. 23 10 3 4 Polakowski, N.R. Lohr, V

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cases by erosion ( Baird et al., 2000 ; Foth and Ellis, 1997 ; Petrovic, 1990 ; Tinsdale et al., 1985 ). Groffman et al. (2009) reported few differences in N 2 O fluxes above four urban grassland and eight forested ecosystems. The flux of N 2 O from

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plant? Acta Hort. 790 179 184 Kennedy, C.B. Zube, E.H. 1991 Attitudes towards vegetation in a desert urban forest: Creating a sense of place J. Arboriculture 17 159 166 Krejcie, R.V. Morgan, D.W. 1970 Determining sample size for research activities Educ

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