“Trees and Ice Storms: Developing Ice Storm Resistant Urban Tree Populations“ with Richard Hauer, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Along with fires and wind, ice storms are a frequent and major natural disturbance factor in many areas of the country. This webcast introduced the issue of making urban forests less susceptible to the damage from ice storms and winter weather events. This webcast brings you up to date on the latest research findings and outline resource materials that will help you prepare for the next catastrophic event.
Documents and Files:
- Trees & Ice Storms: The Development of Ice Storm–Resistant Urban Tree Populations
- WGN Weather Blog – Storm Resistant Trees
- Documents will go here
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