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Exploring interspace: open space opportunities in dense urban areasAuthor(s): Paul H. Gobster; Kathleen E. Dickhut
Source: In: Kollin, Cheryl; Barrett, Michael, eds. Inside Urban Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 7th National Urban Forestry Conference. New York, NY. American Forests, Washington DC. 70-73.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionUsing ideas from landscape ecology, this paper explores how small open spaces can aid urban forestry efforts in dense urban areas. A case study in Chicago illustrates the physical and social lessons learned in dealing with these spaces.
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CitationGobster, Paul H.; Dickhut, Kathleen E. 1995. Exploring interspace: open space opportunities in dense urban areas. In: Kollin, Cheryl; Barrett, Michael, eds. Inside Urban Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 7th National Urban Forestry Conference. New York, NY. American Forests, Washington DC. 70-73.
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