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The May issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Now Online!


The May issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Now Online!

In this issue:

- Impacts of Wire Basket Retention and Removal on Fraxinus americana ‘Autumn Purple’ Growth Nine Years After Transplanting

- Growth and Physiology Vary Little Among North American, an Asian, and a North American x Asian Hybrid Ash in a Common Garden in Ohio, U.S.A

- The Microclimatic Effect of Green Infrastructure (GI) in a Mediterranean City: the Case of the Urban Park of Ciutadella (Barcelona, Spain)

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March Issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Now Online

The March Issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Now Online

In this issue:

- Toward Urban Forest Diversity: Resident Tolerance for Mixtures of Tree Species Within Streets
- Estimation of Individual Tree Health Condition for Japanese Mountain Cherry (Cerasus jamasakura)
  Using Airborne LiDA
- Frequency and Severity of Tree and Other Fixed Object Crashes in Florida

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December Issue of Arborist News Now Online

The latest issue of Arborist News is now online!

In this issue:
- Core Concepts of Plant Appraisal 
- A Future Under Climate Change
- Lightning & Tree Damage 
- Genus Use Limits Safeguard Street Tree Populations 
- Urban Forest Diversity: Past is Prologue 
- Women’s Arb Camp 2018 

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November Issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Now Online

The latest issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry is now online!

In this Issue:
- Civic Science in Urban Forestry: Introduction to a Second Special Issue
- Citizen Science and Tree Health Assessment: How Useful Are the Data?
- Accuracy of Volunteer-Derived Data from a Single-Day Inventory Event Built Around a Crowdsourced Tree Mapping Application
- Monitoring Young Tree Survival with Citizen Scientists: The Evolving Tree Checkers Program
- Drivers of Public Participation in Urban Restoration Stewardship Programs: Linkages Between Environmental Identity and Knowledge, and Motivations
- Volunteering for Forest Health: A Public-Private Partnership in Oakville, Ontario, Canada
- Inspiring Resident Engagement: Indentifying Street Tree Stewardship Participation Strategies in Environmental Justice Communities Using a Community-Based Social Marketing Approach

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