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drainage components ( Litvak and Pataki, 2016 ; Pataki et al., 2011 ). Other techniques such as eddy covariance ( Peters et al., 2011 ) and remote sensing ( Nouri et al., 2016 ) are typically employed over larger scales (urban forest as opposed to the

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Neighborhoods Handbook Inst. of Food and Agric. Sci. Bull. 295. Univ. of Florida Gainesville, FL Groffman, P.M. Williams, C.O. Pouyat, R.V. Band, L.E. Yesilonis, I.D. 2009 Nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide flux in urban forests and grasslands J. Environ. Qual

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island. The amplified impact from multiple new alien arthropod species and an expansive military buildup will bring even greater need for understanding how to manage the urban forest ( Marler, 2013a , 2013b ; Marler and Moore, 2011 ). Elaeocarpus joga

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regions has been used in past studies to show the value of the urban forest on crime ( Snelgrove et al., 2004 ) and childhood asthma ( Pilat et al., 2012 ), future studies should perhaps focus on one individual MSA observing people’s relationship to tree

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Tropical cyclones (TCs) are large-scale natural disturbances that affect the health of managed and unmanaged forests, the urban landscape, and perennial horticulture plantings for many years after the disturbance. Numerous post-TC assessments reveal

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preferences for summer depictions of an urban park having no understory, regardless of the degree of enclosure. Therefore, we present our second hypothesis: H2. Preference ratings, complexity estimations, and color information entropy values will correlate

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, p. 281–323. In: C.C. Konijnendijk, N. Kjell, T.B. Randrup, and J. Schipperijn (eds.). Urban forests and trees. Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany Smith, D.H. Malone, D.C. Lawson, K.A. Okamoto, L.J. Battista, C. Saunders, W.B. 1997 A national

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The majority of people in the world now live in urban areas. Projections indicate that urban residents will account for 60% of the world’s population in 2030 and 70% in 2050 ( United Nations, 2008 ). To confront the challenges of an increasingly

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discovered in a natural secondary forest at an elevation of 1700 m (5577 ft) in Wufeng County, Hubei Province, Central China. Because of its beautiful tree figure and lotus-shaped, bright red [(RHS 54A), Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Color Chart, 2007

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Conservation of the endangered S. nelsonii has suffered from a history of limited research ( Marler et al., 2021 ). A chronic conservation failure has been mortality of container-grown plants after transplanting to in situ forests. Limited root

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