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View Resource Urban Forestry

Our urban forest provides us with many long-term environmental, social and economic benefits.

http://www.sandiego.gov/street-div/treebenefits.shtml
View Resource Urban Forests – Trees Working Where People Do

A discussion of the work that urban trees do in the areas of Stormwater Management,Air Quality Improvement, and Energy Conservation. Presented by American Forests.

http://www.forestryindex.net/links/american-forests-urban-fo...
View Resource The Effects of Urban Trees on Air Quality

In this paper, USDA Forest Service researcher David Nowak presents a wealth of information concerning the roll trees play in improving air quality in our cities

http://nrs.fs.fed.us/units/urban/local-resources/downloads/T...
View Resource Landscape and Human Health Laboratory

This site contains a number of research summaries presenting the benefits to people from the natural environment. Presented by the Human-Environment Research Laboratory (HERL), Frances Kuo and...

http://www.lhhl.uiuc.edu/
View Resource Identified Benefits of Community Trees and Forests

This paper presents a list of selected goods, services, and benefits community trees across the nation and forests provide. Benefits were compiled from a diversity of individual research projects by...

http://www.marshalltrees.com/upload/articles_files/art_31att...
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