This excellent book examines urban tree management with reference to basic principles, planning tools, species selection and site evaluation and modification. It analyses the planting of trees in towns and cities, pruning methods, the establishment and maintenance of urban trees, and inspection, monitoring and assessment procedures.
It covers tree management on streets and highways, parks, woods and other public locations, as well as in private places including homes, offices, factories and wildlife conservation sites.
It summarizes the law in the UK as it relates to trees and briefly outlines the impact of climate change on trees in urban areas and on arboriculture in general.
Hardback 176 pages
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