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Science in the city: Urban trees, forests, and peopleAuthor(s): Kathleen L. Wolf
Source: Western Forester 61(4): 4-7
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionThe article, intended for professional and manager audiences, is an overview of current research in urban forestry. Topics include tree science, forest risks, forest management and assessment, ecosystem services, and urban socio-ecological systems (including governance and stewardship).
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CitationWolf, Kathleen L. 2016. Science in the city: Urban trees, forests, and people. Western Forester 61(4): 4-7
Keywordsurban forestry, research trends, stewardship, cities, social science
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