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Urban Forest Health Monitoring in the United StatesAuthor(s): David J. Nowak; Daniel Twardus; Robert Hoehn; Manfred Mielke; Bill Smith; Jeffery T. Walton; Daniel E. Crane; Anne Cumming; Jack C. Stevens
Source: In: Proceedings of the sixth annual forest inventory and analysis symposium; 2004 September 21-24; Denver, CO. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-70. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. 126p.
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Washington Office
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DescriptionTo better understand the urban forest resource and its numerous values, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service has initiated a pilot program to sample the urban tree population in Indiana, Wisconsin, and New Jersey and statewide urban street tree populations in Maryland, Wisconsin, and Massachusetts. Results from the pilot study in Indiana revealed that about 92.7 million urban trees exist with a structural value of $55.7 billion. These trees removed about 6,600 metric tons of air pollution in 2000 ($35.4 million value) and store about 8.4 million metric tons of carbon ($170.2 million value).
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CitationNowak, David J.; Twardus, Daniel; Hoehn, Robert; Mielke, Manfred; Smith, Bill; Walton, Jeffery T.; Crane , Daniel E.; Cumming, Anne; Stevens, Jack C. 2006. Urban Forest Health Monitoring in the United States. In: Proceedings of the sixth annual forest inventory and analysis symposium; 2004 September 21-24; Denver, CO. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-70. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. 126p.
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