Trees in the Urban Landscape: Site Assessment, Design, and Installation

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 9, 2004 - Architecture - 232 pages
This hands-on guidebook provides practical, applied information on design considerations, site planning and understand-ing, plant selection, installation, and maintenance of trees in challenging urban environments.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
15
CHAPTER 6
44
CHAPTER 3
49
Structural Soils
61
CHAPTER 4
105
cHAPTER 5
135
Some Trees Are More Difficult to Transplant Successfully Than
148
The Process of Handling and Storage
156
References Cited
162
SITE PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
165
References Cited
178
Model Soil Specifications
195
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PETER J. TROWBRIDGE, MLA, is Professor of Landscape Architecture at Cornell University. He is a fellow of the ASLA, Chair of the Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board, and has won numerous awards for his design work.

NINA L. BASSUK, PhD, is Professor of Horticulture and Program Leader of the Urban Horticulture Institute, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University.

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