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Principles of Tree Hazard Assessment and Management

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Series: Research for Amenity Trees Volume: 7
By: David Lonsdale(Author)
388 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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  • Principles of Tree Hazard Assessment and Management ISBN: 9780900978579 Edition: 1 Paperback Dec 2013 Out of Print #211047
  • Principles of Tree Hazard Assessment and Management ISBN: 9780117533554 Edition: 1 Paperback Dec 1999 Out of Print #104271
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This eagerly awaited book completes the set of three handbooks included within the Research for Amenity Trees series. After Diagnosis of Ill-Health in Trees, The Body Language of Trees gave new insights into tree biomechanics. This new volume deals with the whole range of factors which are relevant to tree-related hazards. It will be regarded as essential reading by people whose business is trees, and it will also be of great interest to all those who have a love for trees and a concern for human safety. With an emphasis on principles, rather on a ‘cookbook’ approach, the aim is to place the reader in a better position not only to assess and manage risks to people and property, but also to protect trees from unnecessary felling and disfigurement.

Topics include:
- Occupiers’ liability
- Factors contributing to hazard and risk
- Wood decay and the identification of decay fungi
- Assessment procedures
- Remedial and preventive management
- Environmental considerations

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Out of Print
Series: Research for Amenity Trees Volume: 7
By: David Lonsdale(Author)
388 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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