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Iowa, U.S., communities benefit from a tree-planting program: characteristics of recently planted treesAuthor(s): J.R. Thompson; D.J. Nowak; D.E. Crane; J.A. Hunkins
Source: Journal of Aboriculture. 30(1): January 2004
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationThompson, J.R.; Nowak, D.J.; Crane, D.E.; Hunkins, J.A. 2004. Iowa, U.S., communities benefit from a tree-planting program: characteristics of recently planted trees. Journal of Aboriculture. 30(1): January 2004
Keywordscommunity forestry, tree survival, urban tree diversity, Simpson's index, carbon sequestration urban forest sustainability
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