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Mature urban trees improve air quality, reduce storm water run-off and sequester carbon. Municipal agencies establish forests of native juvenile trees...Read more
These guidelines are the result a consultative process that involved a large number of practitioners from both developed and developing countries. Two...Read more
With rapid urbanisation in many countries, the need for urban woodland as recreation environments and for other purposes is growing. Due to lack of re...Read more
Urban greenspace provides citizens with important cultural ecosystem services (CES). Identifying landscape features and land use contexts that facilit...Read more
This report on Developing a Model Urban Greening Factor for England introduces the Urban Greening Factor (UGF) and provides an analysis of current app...Read more
Determining the amount of coarse woody debris (CWD) in an urban forest is essential to developing management strategies to maintain ecosystem function...Read more
Urban forests provide important ecosystem services to city residents, including pollution removal and carbon storage. Climate change and urbanization ...Read more
Urban foraging is a global informal phenomenon which has been investigated in the Global North more than other parts of the world. Characterising the ...Read more
Most of the available literature on the bushmeat trade in South America focuses on the Amazonia, probably because the bushmeat trade in other ecosyste...Read more
To date, the anchorage and wind load of urban trees can only be assessed in static load tests. These are complex and expensive, and the reliability of...Read more