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A Comprehensive Guide to Fuels Treatment Practices for Ponderosa Pine in the Black Hills, Colorado Front Range, and Southwest
The objective of this paper is to present recommendations for fuels treatments in ponderosa pine forests in the Southwest, Colorado Front Range, and Black Hills of South Dakota. We have synthesizedExpand
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City of Tampa Urban Ecological Analysis
FOR-203, a 2-page executive summary by Michael G. Andreu, Melissa H. Friedman, Shawn M. Landry, and Robert J. Northrop, summarizes a report of an ecological assessment of the city of Tampa’s urbanExpand
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Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 1
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (FOR288/FR356) A GIS can be used in land management to document existing conditions, plan future operations, and archive completed work. FarmingExpand
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Anthropogenic effects on the physical and chemical properties of subtropical coastal urban soils
We investigated the effects of various anthropogenic factors on urban soil properties in subtropical, coastal Tampa, FL, USA. Specifically, we explored the influence of (i) urbanization as measuredExpand
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A community-based urban forest inventory using online mapping services and consumer-grade digital images
Abstract Community involvement in gathering and submitting spatially referenced data via web mapping applications has recently been gaining momentum. Urban forest inventory data analyzed by programsExpand
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Bio-methanol: how energy choices in the western United States can help mitigate global climate change.
Converting available biomass from municipal, agricultural and forest wastes to bio-methanol can result in significant environmental and economic benefits. Keeping these benefits in mind, oneExpand
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Forests and Society: Sustainability and Life Cycles of Forests in Human Landscapes
* Foreword, J C Gordon, former Dean and Emeritus Professor, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, President Interforest LLC * Introduction, K A Vogt, J M Honea, D J Vogt, R L Edmonds, TExpand
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Microclimate patterns on the leeside of single-row tree windbreaks during different weather conditions in Florida farms: implications for improved crop production
Florida citrus and vegetable crops generate billions of dollars in revenue every year. However, wind, freezing temperatures, hurricanes, and diseases negatively impact production. Windbreaks locatedExpand
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Projecting Land-Use and Land Cover Change in a Subtropical Urban Watershed
Urban landscapes are heterogeneous mosaics that develop via significant land-use and land cover (LULC) change. Current LULC models project future landscape patterns, but generally avoid urbanExpand
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