Year Published: 2004

Local Government Arboricultural Officers Group (SA)

To provide the communities of South Australia with the best quality tree asset and enable, through education and the dissemination of information, a consistent approach to tree management across the state…

A New Angle on TPO’s – The 45 Degree Rule

Shoalhaven City Council has revised its Tree Preservation Order. It now exempts “Tree works on private land where any part of a tree is above a line 45 degrees from the vertical extension of the wall of any building measured from its base”. This rule is confusing and it does not work…

City Life: Urban Areas as Sinks, Sources and Refuges for Plants and Animals

Urban ecosystems are where people live at high densities (equal to or greater than 186 people/ km2). Currently, slightly less than half the world’s population lives in dense urban areas, particularly cities. In industrialised countries this percentage is closer to 80%. Nearly 85% of Australians live in towns with 1000 or more inhabitants and 2/3rd of the population live in the eight capital cities…

2004 Treenet Avenues of Honour Survey

This paper is an overview of a preliminary investigation into all tree avenues planted as War memorials throughout Australia. It cannot claim to be a complete record and in some ways serves only to highlight the gaps in our knowledge…

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