Year Published: 2005

PRESENTATION ON SIGNIFICANT TREES

In South Australia, “development” which is defined to include any “tree damaging activity” to a “significant tree” may not be undertaken without approval from the relevant planning authority…

Treenet: New Tree Variety Assessment

Steven Watt – Bachelor of Applied Science (Horticulture), Melbourne University Acknowledgements Alex Bycov, Urban Forestry Department Officer, City of Toronto, Canada. Stuart Campbell, Street Tree Manager, Boroondara City Council. John Fitzgibbon, Managing Director, Metropolitan Tree Growers. Andrew Hepburn, Landscape Architect, Darebin City Council. James Will, project supervisor. Andrew Wright, Street Tree Manager, Whitehorse City Council. …

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Treenet Shading SA Research Project: UV irradiances in tree shade

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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Outline of Presentation; Legal issues forum

In South Australia, “development” which is defined to include any “tree damaging activity” to a “significant tree” may not be undertaken without approval from the relevant planning authority…

The Soldiers Memorial Avenue, Queens Domain

Soldiers Memorial Avenue is located on the eastern side of the main northwest – southeast ridgeline of the Domain. The Avenue stretches for over 1.5km along the riverside of the Queens Domain from Aberdeen St to the Cross Roads…

Avenue and Boulevard Replacement – City of Melbourne

The City of Melbourne is internationally renowned for its tree-lined boulevards and parks and gardens characterised by avenue plantings along formal path networks. Melbourne’s community is protective of its trees, and actively aware and interested in their health and maintenance…

Managing and Assessing Aging Urban Trees

Urban trees directly influence the lives of the 87% of Australian people that live in urban areas. Hence, urban trees are valuable community resources, and much literature has focused on this from both societal value…

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