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Urban field guide: applying social forestry observation techniques to the east coast megalopolisAuthor(s): E. Svendsen; V. Marshall; M.F. Ufer
Source: AD Journal. 75(6): 26-31.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionA changing economy and different lifestyles have altered the meaning of the forest in the northeastern United States, prompting scientists to reconsider the spatial form, stewardship and function of the urban forest. The Authors describe how social observation techniques and the employment of a novel, locally based, participatory hand-held monitoring system could aid the exposure of more positive socially orientated patterns of land use.
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CitationSvendsen, E.; Marshall, V.; Ufer, M.F. 2006. Urban field guide: applying social forestry observation techniques to the east coast megalopolis. AD Journal. 75(6): 26-31.
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