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Research in urban forestry: Identified needs in Canada
https://treecanada.ca/article/research-in-urban-forestry-identified-needs-in-canada/
As part of my work with Tree Canada in directing the Canadian Urban Forest Strategy (CUFS), our current efforts under the Research Working Group (WG3) include developing partnerships with national organizations on a variety of projects to tackle urban forestry questions. Tree...
Research in Urban Forestry: Collaborative Learning
https://treecanada.ca/article/research-in-urban-forestry-collaborative-learning/
Last May, I had the opportunity to visit Halifax, NS, for the Canadian Association of Geographers conference to present my doctoral work as well as discuss the Canadian Urban Forest Strategy and the activities of our a Research Working Group. Led by...
Research in urban forestry: The social side of things
https://treecanada.ca/article/research-in-urban-forestry-the-social-side-of-things/
Urban forestry research has been generally classified in two categories: the biophysical and applied areas, and the social science side of things. The biophysical and applied aspects include threats and diseases such as Dutch elm disease, emerald ash borer, ecosystem services (benefits...
Research in Urban Forestry: Expanding Directions and Sharing Knowledge
https://treecanada.ca/article/research-in-urban-forestry-expanding-directions-and-sharing-knowledge/
Our Tree Canada team was sitting around our table in the boardroom discussing a recent event when I offered a casual reference to an uncommon book that I had read the previous week regarding a labour issue. At this point, Monette Gauvreau,...