Learn the essentials for preserving trees during all stages of the land development process in this 200-page guide to proactive tree sustainment in the developing urban environment. Trees and Development is written to assist arborists, as well as development, design, and engineering professionals. It is a comprehensive look at tree assessment, techniques for reducing impact from development, and post-construction maintenance. With detailed instruction for preparing plans and reports, case studies, and appendices.
The authors’ discuss tree preservation in the context of the development process and construction practices. Appendices include a detailed list of tree species and their response to development impacts.