Metadata: The Hazard Tree Web Page

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA
TitleThe Hazard Tree Web Page
AuthorO'Brien, Joseph G. <jobrien@fs.fed.us> (USDA Forest Service, St. Paul, US (MN))
EditorUSDA Forest Service: Washington DC <jobrien@fs.fed.us>
PublisherUSDA Forest Service: Waschington DC <http://www.fs.fed.us>
LanguageEnglish
Country (State)United States of America
Format of datatext/html; image/gif; image/jpeg
Keywordshazardous trees; tree decay; wounded tree; tree diseases; tree age; root condition; crown vigor and form
DescriptionTree hazards in recreation sites, in parks or on roadsides are common.A tree can be considered potentially hazardous if it is situated in an area frequented by people or is located adjacent to valuable facilities and has defects in roots, stem or branches that may cause a failure resulting in property damage, personal injury or death. A Bibliography of Hazard Tree Management, Hazard Tree Definitions,Hazard Tree Guidelines, announcements of Meetings and Workshops are online.
URLhttp://www.na.fs.fed.us/fhp/hazard_tree/
 
CLASSIFICATION
Source TypeOfficial Governmental Server
CABI ClassificationOrnamental and Amenity Trees
CABI CodeKK160
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Accessfree; no restriction
Contents**
Levelgraduate - professional
 
STATISTICS
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