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Re: Arboricultural footprint - a useful metric

Subject: Re: Arboricultural footprint - a useful metric
From: Wayne Tyson
Date: Sep 08 2021 20:49:35
Anything living beats anything manufactured.

WT

On Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 12:12 AM Brynley Andrews <brynley.andrews@xxxxxx.com>
wrote:

Dear all

I was just scanning through a paper about urban ecosystem services (linked
below) & thought how ecological & environmental  professionals have got a
good handle on using their specialism for use as a metric of sustainability
in comparison to arbs.

I frequently use tree canopy cover as a site metric and thought this should
be expanded to hedges, I.e, the woody stuff, especially as it is quite easy
to quantity and qualify.

Arboricultural footprint anyone?

Regards

Bryn A

https://treeterms.co.uk/footprint/

https://academia.edu/resource/work/19150566

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Brynley Arboriculturist / urban forester



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