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Understanding the Effects of Flooding on Trees -- Sustainable Urban Landscapes

Jeff Iles , Mark Gleason

Flood-stressed trees show a variety of symptoms and also become candidates for insect and disease damage. Research has found some trees are more tolerant than others.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 06/2008

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