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The Urban Natural Resources Institute (UNRI) is a science-based source for information and answers to questions on urban natural resources stewardship. A goal of the Institute is to strengthen public awareness of activities related to urban natural resources research and management. The Institute consists of Forest Service scientists, conducting science-based research on urban natural resource issues across the country.

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  • Mobile Data Collection System for i-Tree Available

    Advances in web technology have enabled the i-Tree development team to create a web-based data collection system that essentially allows anyone using a newer tablet, smartphone, or other mobile device to collect field data wherever there is an internet connection. The new Mobile Data Collection System (MDCS) relies on a device’s browser and web forms [...]

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