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CV for Dr. Kathleen L. Wolf - University of Washington
Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Kathleen L. Wolf. . City Trees, Nature and Physical Activity: A Research Review. . Urban Forestry in Washington's Cities and Towns.
In The News - College of Forest Resources - University of Washington
Wild art: Photographer Art Wolfe returns to the wild parts of the UW campus to find stunning images. Columns Magazine . If a tree falls in the 'forest,' UW Botanic Garden arborists hear. UW Today, 2/7/2012 . Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist .
Human Dimensions of Urban Forestry and Urban Greening
Research Projects Director: Kathleen L. Wolf. . College of the Environment · College of Forest Resources · University of Washington . Trees and Transportation .
Nature and Consumer Environments
Trees provide environmental benefits in cities, but also contribute to the economy of communities. . Joye, Y., K. Willems, M. Brengman, & K. Wolf. 2010. . The brochure was a collaborative project of the University of Washington and the Pacific .
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Urban Forestry & Human Benefits
nature & Consumer Environments · Trees and Transportation · Civic Ecology · Policy & Planning . pages is part of a research program being conducted at the University of Washington. . Information about Dr. Kathleen Wolf, Projects Director .
We Need City Trees! Economic Benefits of the Urban Forest
We Need City Trees! Economic Benefits of. Urban Trees. Dr. Kathleen Wolf. College of Forest Resources, University of Washington. January 2009 .
Economic Benefit of Trees
Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington. Human . Research funded by the USDA Forest Service, Project Director Kathy L. Wolf. Reprinted with .
Rose's Blog - Western Chapter International Society of Arboriculture
Apr 1, 2012 . According to Professor Kathleen Wolf from the University of Washington, "Trees make shopping a better experience. A substantial body of .
US Forest Service - Urban Forestry
Oct 13, 2008 . Kathy Wolf, Research Social Scientist, College of Forest Resources,University of Washington, Seattle, WA, firstname.lastname@example.org . The net cooling effect of a young, healthy tree is equivalent to 10 room-size air .