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Longitudinal Effects on Mental Health of Moving to Greener and Less Green Urban Areas

This study used panel data to explore three different hypotheses about how moving to greener or less green areas may affect mental health over time.

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City of Tampa Urban Ecological Analysis and Management Plan 2010-2012

The Tampa Bay Watershed Forest Working Group conducted an ecological analysis of Tampa Bay’s urban forest in 2006  which helped the city develop an urban forestry management plan.  The major outcome of this plan was the creation of a vision that integrates urban forestry with other planning objectives.  The planning and visioning processes can serve […]

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EPA Green Infrastructure Modeling Tools

This page includes guidance from the regulators on various methods to gauge impact of stormwater controls, especially non-structural. The resource includes little guidance on trees specifically, but broad coverage of both simple and complex modeling techniques.

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Forging the Link: Linking Economic Benefits of Low Impact Development and Community Decisions

This resource addresses community resilience and demonstrates substantive economic benefits „for both construction budgets and project life-cycle costs when using green infrastructure for stormwater management.

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Tree Ordinances and Your Community

This guide explains how ordinances work and the ways in which you can use them to benefit your community through urban forestry. The resource is likely best for smaller communities.

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