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Urban Trees Vade Mecum Tree Inspection and Examination

Handbook / Manual
By: GJ van Prooijen(Author)
159 pages, colour illustrations
Urban Trees Vade Mecum
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Language: English

Urban Trees Vade Mecum: Tree Inspection and Examination deals with all aspects of tree condition and structure, as well as the various facets of the inspection process. Urban Trees Vade Mecum focuses on the main practical aspects, methods and criteria involved in assessing trees.

The section on tree condition starts with an overview of problems and causes. Urban Trees Vade Mecum also provides techniques for determining a tree's condition and focuses on tree and growth location assessment methods.

The section on tree structure delves into the various causes of weakening, and provides techniques for structural assessment and further examinations in order to identify structural weakening.

Originally published in Dutch as Stadsbomen Vademecum 3A: Boomcontrole en Onderzoek.

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Handbook / Manual
By: GJ van Prooijen(Author)
159 pages, colour illustrations
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