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Pacific Southwest Research Station

 

Pacific Southwest Research Station
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West Annex Building
Albany, CA 94710-0011

(510) 559-6300

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Urban Ecosystems and Social Dynamics

Urban Ecosystems and Processes

Costs Associated with Damage to Infrastructure by Street Trees

Summary

Documented costs associated with damage to urban infrastructure by street trees and assessment of the effectiveness of tree root barriers.


Years of Research:  1995-1996

Funded by:  USDA Forest Service

Cooperators: 

Products / Publications:

  1. McPherson, E.G. and P.J. Peper. 1996. Costs of street tree damage to infrastructure. Arboricultural Journal. 20 :143-160 - View Document [908.58 KB]

  2. McPherson, E.G. and P.J. Peper. 1996. Infrastructure repair costs associated with street trees in 15 cities. In: Watson, G.W. and D. Neely (eds). Trees and building sites. Savoy, IL: International Society of Arboriculture :49-63 - View Document [949.75 KB]

  3. McPherson, E.G. 2010. Selecting Reference Cities for i-Tree Streets. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry - View Document [1.2 MB]

  4. McPherson, E.G. Winter 2009. Value for Money. Chartered Forester = Download File

  5. McPherson, E.G. 2004. iTree: Integrated Urban Forest Inventory and Analysis. Davis, CA: Center for Urban Forest Research, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service; ppt., 44. Speech - View Document [2.3 MB]

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