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Collaborative Approach to Green Engineering

TREENET supports research and knowledge sharing to better integrate trees into cities. Since it began in 1997, TREENET has collaborated with industry, government, research and educational institutions to progress Australian urban forestry. The understanding that trees are fundamental assets which support healthy and resilient communities is now more widespread due to TREENET, to similarly focused agencies worldwide and to global awareness and concern regarding climate change and urbanisation…

WSUD – Research to Applied

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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TREENET TRIALS

Tim Johnson INTRODUCTION Treenet was established in 1997 to help to develop and implement solutions to perennial issues which compromise urban forestry, urban development and the quality of urban life. Treenet’s Vision broadly defines the organisation’s sphere of operation: “to enhance the urban natural environment through the successful selection, production, establishment and management of street …

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Watering Adelaide’s Trees in Times of Drought: Why, How, and Is It Worth It?

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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