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Urban forest structure, benefits, and valueAuthor(s): David J. Nowak; John F. Dwyer
Source: In: Kollin, Cheryl, ed. 2001 National urban forest conference proceedings. Washington, DC: American Forests: 24-26.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionAssessments of urban farests in the United States reveal that there are currently 3.8 billion trees in urban areas with a compensatory value of $2.4 trillion.
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CitationNowak, David J.; Dwyer, John F. 2001. Urban forest structure, benefits, and value. In: Kollin, Cheryl, ed. 2001 National urban forest conference proceedings. Washington, DC: American Forests: 24-26.
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