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Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Online
Volume 17, Issue 11 — November 1991

Removal History and Longevity of Two Street Tree Species in Jersey City, New Jersey    (View PDF)

Nicholas Polanin

Abstract: A random sample of more than 500 streetside plantings of London plane, Plantanus x acerifolia and Norway maple, Acer plantanoides, were removed over a ten year period 1975-1985. London plane trees, attaining an average site of 39.03 years, were removed due to sidewalk damage, while dead Norway maples were removed after an average of 48.13 years (P<0.05).


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