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Designing alternatives to avoid street tree conflicts

, : Designing alternatives to avoid street tree conflicts. Journal of Arboriculture 19(3): 152-156

The use of representative cross-sectional illustrations of various street types presents a useful and effective method of examining the relation between overhead electric lines and street trees. This design system can serve as the basis for proper species and site selection.

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