The US Forest Service studies urbanization strategies that can prevent habitat loss and fragmentation for local wildlife. This page includes current research as well as contact information for Forest Service wildlife and urban research experts.
The RECARGA model is a highly technical stormwater modeling program for planners and professionals. It is used to evaluate performance of infiltration basins, rain gardens, and bioretention facilities.
This report by the American Planning Association contains case studies, an appendix on incorporating green infrastructure in a comprehensive plan, and lists of web resources. It is a must-have resource for professionals interested in making urban forestry part of their green infrastructure and sustainability plans.
This Center for Disease Control and Prevention webpage identifies best practices for conducting health impact assessments at the community and regional level.
This tool allows users to quickly compare the performance, costs, and benefits of green infrastructure to conventional stormwater practices. The calculator is comprehensive and requires multiple data sets.