Urban and Periurban Forest Diversity and Ecosystem Services by Francisco EscobedoUrban and Periurban Forest Diversity and Ecosystem Services by Francisco Escobedo

Urban and Periurban Forest Diversity and Ecosystem Services

Guest editorFrancisco Escobedo, Stephen John Livesley, Justin Morgenroth

Paperback | May 9, 2017

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Recent special issues in various journals have focused on “urban ecosystem services”. There is also an increasing amount of studies on “urban ecology”, “urban tree management”, “arboriculture”, “urban biodiversity”, and “ecosystem services” from wildland forests. This Special Issue aims to fill a void and focus on the socio-ecological diversity and the economic value of the ecosystem services from urban and peri-urban forests. Urban and peri-urban forests are tree dominated ecosystems in and near human settlements, while ecosystem services are the direct economic, social, and environmental benefits provided by their structural components and ecological functions.

Title:Urban and Periurban Forest Diversity and Ecosystem ServicesFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:284 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.77 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.77 inPublished:May 9, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3038424102

ISBN - 13:9783038424109

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Table of Contents

1) The Urban Environment Can Modify Drought Stress of Small-Leaved Lime (Tilia cordata Mill.)
and Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)
2) Tree Species and Their Space Requirements in Six Urban Environments Worldwide
3) How Do Urban Forests Compare? Tree Diversity in Urban and Periurban Forests of the Southeastern US
4) Spatio-Temporal Changes in Structure for a Mediterranean Urban Forest: Santiago, Chile 2002 to 2014
5) Do Indigenous Street Trees Promote More Biodiversity than Alien Ones? Evidence Using Mistletoes and Birds in South Africa
6) City “Green” Contributions: The Role of Urban Greenspaces as Reservoirs for Biodiversity
7) Exploring Relationships between Socioeconomic Background and Urban Greenery in Portland, OR
8) Comparative Study of Local and National Media Reporting: Conflict around the TV Oak in Stockholm, Sweden
9) The Biodiversity of Urban and Peri-Urban Forests and the Diverse Ecosystem Services They Provide as Socio-Ecological Systems
10) Surface Soil Carbon Storage in Urban Green Spaces in Three Major South Korean Cities
11) Estimating Aboveground Biomass and Carbon Stocks in Periurban Andean Secondary Forests Using Very High Resolution Imagery
12) Removal of PM10 by Forests as a Nature-Based Solution for Air Quality Improvement in the Metropolitan City of Rome
13) Quantifying Tree and Soil Carbon Stocks in a Temperate Urban Forest in Northeast China
14) Tree Mortality Undercuts Ability of Tree-Planting Programs to Provide Benefits: Results of a Three-City Study
15) Managing Tree Diversity: A Comparison of Suburban Development in Two Canadian Cities
16) Regional Differences in Upland Forest to Developed (Urban) Land Cover Conversions in the
Conterminous U.S., 1973–2011
17) Urban Forest Indicators for Planning and Designing Future Forests