Moore, Greg

Yellow gum (Eucalyptus leucoxylon) suitability for climate change

Abstract Given that there has been relatively little research into Australian species for use as street trees compared to major exotic genera, yellow gum, Eucalyptus leucoxylon F.Muell. is one of a few eucalypts occurring in south-eastern Australia with bright coloured flowers that is highly regarded for urban use. However, are there species characteristics and performance

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Developing an Australian street tree cost model

Abstract The costs of maintaining an urban tree over its lifecycle have been considered in several models. However, are these models typical of larger urban street trees growing under Australian conditions? The costs of maintaining an urban street tree under Australian management regimes, including purchase and planting costs of a common street tree species, herbicide

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WILDFIRE, TREE MANAGEMENT AND THE ARBORIST – 1 Wildfire and Urban Trees

1 Wildfire and Urban Trees G M Moore Burnley College, University of Melbourne 500 Yarra Boulevard RICHMOND, Victoria, Australia, 3021   INTRODUCTION Wildfires, called bushfires in Australia, have been a common occurrence in many parts of Australia over the past 150-200 years. The ‘Black Saturday’ fires in the State of Victoria in February 2009 destroyed

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