Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery
These topics are covered in the Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery program. Each topic has a publication and PowerPoint presentation (English and Spanish) available on the Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery program website.
- Chapter 1. Cleaning Up After a Hurricane: Safety Comes First!
- Chapter 2. Cleaning Up after a Hurricane: Get the Right Tree Care Professional
- Chapter 3. Assessing Hurricane-Damaged Trees and Deciding What to Do
- Chapter 4. Restoring Trees after a Hurricane
- Chapter 5. Wind and Trees: Lessons Learned from Hurricanes
- Chapter 6. Design Solutions for a More Wind-Resistant Urban Forest
- Chapter 7. Choosing Suitable Trees for Urban and Suburban Sites: Site Evaluation and Species Selection.
- Chapter 8. Selecting Coastal Plain Species for Wind Resistance
- Chapter 9. Selecting Tropical and Subtropical Tree Species for Wind Resistance
- Chapter 10. Selecting Quality Trees from the Nursery
- Chapter 11. Planting and Establishing Trees
- Chapter 12. Developing a Preventative Pruning Program: Young Trees
- Chapter 13. Developing a Preventative Pruning Program: Mature Trees
- Chapter 14. Developing an Urban Forest Management Plan for Hurricane-Prone Communities
- Dr. Mary Duryea, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Director, Florida Agricultural Experiment Station.
- Dr. Ed Gilman, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Horticulture.
- Eliana Kämpf, Urban Forester, School of Forest Resources and Conservation.
- Astrid Delgado, Forester Landscape Specialist, School of Forest Resources and Conservation.
- Laura Paterson, Information Specialist, Department of Environmental Horticulture