Harsha Sapdhare, PhD Student, University of South Australia Tim Johnson, City of Mitcham David Lawry OAM, Space Down Under Abstract TREENET’s focus from its inception to the present has been to improve conditions for urban trees. In arid and semi-arid climates this has meant working to ensure trees have access to adequate water. Past proceedings…

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David Lawry and Dr Darren Peacock Treenet Sociable Technology Background The Avenues of Honour 1915-2015 project is a national initiative to honour with a tree the memory of every individual who has made the supreme sacrifice on behalf of all Australians, by documenting, preserving and reinstating the original, and establishing new Avenues of Honour, during…

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David Lawry OAM1, Glenn Williams2, Dr Darren Peacock3 1 Treenet Inc and University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia 2 Treenet Inc and University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia 3 Sociable Technology and National Trust of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia Overview The TREENET Avenues of Honour 1915-2015 project is a national initiative to honour with…

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S. Cassar, C. Lawry, D. Cooney, G. Williams, D. Lawry Introduction Many Council’s are now proactively managing their trees as assets, and are identifying those with special relevance to the community. Councils including Mount Barker have adopted the Tree Protection Policy under the Development Act 1993, but this only covers limited attributes of trees which…

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David Lawry, Director TREENET Incorporated INTRODUCTION On February 17th 1997 the inaugural meeting of the “Urban Tree Cooperative Research Group” was held at the Waite Arboretum in Adelaide. Its stated aims were “to improve the streetscapes of South Australia through a coordinated assessment of existing and potential client needs, species selection, production methods, establishment practices and…

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Chris Daniels, Philip Roetman, Keith Smith, Sheryn Pitman, Beth Curran, Darren Ray, Pam Gurner-Hall, John Zwar, Christine Goodwin, Graeme Hopkins, David Lawry, Tim Johnson, Martin Ely and Trevor Nottle. contact address School of Natural and Built Environments, University of South Australia City East campus, Adelaide 5000 This paper is an abstract of several sections of…

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David Lawry OAM Director, TREENET In 2004 at the 5th National Street Tree Symposium, the TREENET Avenues of Honour 1915-2015 Project was launched. It is ‘a national project to honour with a tree the memory of every individual who has made the supreme sacrifice on behalf of all Australians, by documenting, preserving and reinstating the original,…

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Robin Elix   Dr Peter Gies    Dr Trevor Hancock     David Lawry Abstract The results of the Treenet Shading SA study show that street trees provide sun protection factors similar to many purpose built structures and standard personal protection strategies. It is likely that tree architecture (height, width, and shape of canopy) is more significant than individual…

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David Lawry – Research and Education Coordinator, TREENET Where are all the Avenues? Dr Greg Moore posed this question in his opening address to the Inaugural Treenet Symposium in 2000. I’m sure that Greg wasn’t pleading ignorance regarding the Avenues that we are focussing on, the Avenues of Honour that were established after 1915. His…

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