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Village and city street tree resources: a comparison of structure

, : Village and city street tree resources: a comparison of structure. Arboricultural Journal 10(1): 45-52

A survey of street trees in two villages and a city in New York showed that each of the communities, though physiographically similar, has a unique street tree population that reflects the history of street trees in that community.

Accession: 001507591

DOI: 10.1080/03071375.1986.9756327

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