Toward ecosystem management: shifts in the core and the context of urban forest ecology.
In: Bradley, G.A. (ed). Urban forest landscapes: integrating multidisciplinary perspectives. Seattle: University of Washington Press. - View Document
Urban forestry: forestry's final frontier?.
Presentation for the Starker Lecture Series, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. November 15, 2001. - View Document
Urban forestry issues in North America and their global linkages.
Presentation for the 20th Session of the North American Forestry Commission Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. June 12-16, 2000. - View Document
Atmospheric carbon dioxide reduction by Sacramento's urban forest.
Journal of Arboriculture. 24(4). - View Document
New advances in quantifying the environmental benefits of trees.
In: Kollin, C. (ed). Investing in natural capital: proceedings of the 2001 national urban forest conference; 2001 September 5-8; Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.: American Forests. - View Document
Dwyer, J.F., E.G. McPherson, H.W. Schroeder and R.A. Rowntree.
Assessing the benefits and costs of the urban forest.
Journal of Arboriculture. 18(5). - View Document
Jo, H.-K. and E.G. McPherson.
Indirect carbon reduction by residential vegetation and planting strategies in Chicago, USA.
Journal of Environmental Management. 61. - View Document
McPherson, E.G., R.A. Rowntree and J.A. Wagar.
In: Bradley, G.A., (ed). Urban forest landscapes: integrating multidisciplinary perspectives. Seattle: University of Washington Press. - View Document
Cooling urban heat islands with sustainable landscapes.
In: Rutherford, H.P., R.A. Rowntree and P.C. Muick (eds.). The ecological city: preserving and restoring urban biodiversity. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. - View Document
Evaluating the cost effectiveness of shade trees for demand-side management.
The Electricity Journal. 6(9). - View Document
Larsen, E.W., J. Fleckenstein and E.G. McPherson.
Investigation into hydrologic modeling and the effect of urban forests on runoff quantity and quality.
Davis, CA: University of California, Davis-Department of Geology. -
Xiao, Q., E.G. McPherson, S.L. Ustin and M.E. Grismer.
A new approach to modeling tree rainfall interception.
Journal of Geophysical Research 105(D23). - View Document
Water meters: one opinion - trees may suffer.
TREE Davis Newsletter: Branching Out. 5. -
Monitoring urban forest health.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 26. - View Document
Xiao Q., and E.G. McPherson.
Rainfall interception by Santa Monica's municipal urban forest.
Urban Ecosystems. - View Document