Quantifying the stormwater runoff volume reduction benefits of urban street tree canopy.

@article{Selbig2021QuantifyingTS,
  title={Quantifying the stormwater runoff volume reduction benefits of urban street tree canopy.},
  author={William R. Selbig and Steven P. Loheide and William D. Shuster and Bryant C. Scharenbroch and Robert C. Coville and James Kruegler and William Alexander Avery and Ralph J. Haefner and David J. Nowak},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          151296
        }
}

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