Abstract The analysis and interpretation of spatial data has become an important aspect of urban forest practice and management. Spatial boundaries divide land into manageable pieces. At the broader scale these may be local government areas, suburbs or wards, and at the smaller scale they may distinguish roads from parks and private lots. Urban foresters…

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Karen Sweeney Introduction Since the first days of the settlement of Sydney Cove, there have been significant challenges for the establishment of an urban forest. Early governors such as Phillip, King and Macquarie had visions of grand boulevards and some understanding of town planning. However, the location of Sydney on a peninsular, its geography and…

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