Fully updated and greatly enhanced, the Third Edition of Urban Forestry addresses current issues in planning, establishing, and managing trees, forests, and other elements of nature in urban and community ecosystems. The authors discuss why we have trees in cities and how we use them, clarify the appraisal and inventory of urban vegetation, and extensively delve into the planning and management of public as well as private vegetation. As urban forestry continues to evolve as a profession, foresters and arborists can expect many challenges as well as opportunities. The continuing development of cities has become linked to a much greater emphasis on urban vegetation, the growing demand for recreation amenities within the urban environment, and the careful and successful management of vegetation in an urban ecosystem. New ways to incorporate the highly versatile urban forest resource into the urban fabric will undoubtedly benefit the lives of its residents.2004. Arboriculture: Integrated Management of Landscape Trees, Shrubs, and Vines (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Haskett, R. ... Urban and Suburban Trees: Pest Problems, Needs, Prospects, and Solutions (pp. 104a106).
|Author||:||Robert W. Miller, Richard J. Hauer, Les P. Werner|
|Publisher||:||Waveland Press - 2015-04-06|