Data from: Biodiverse cities: the nursery industry, homeowners, and neighborhood differences drive urban tree composition

Avolio M, Pataki D, Trammell T, Endter-Wada J

Date Published: December 18, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.70d46

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Title NeighborhoodSurvey
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Description Survey on tree attributes sent to 100 homes in each neighborhood. See Table 3 for more details and appendix S2 for survey questions.
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Title YardSurvey
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Description Survey given only to homes where we collected tree data. See table 3 for details and appendix S2 for questions.
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Title TreeData
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Description Tree species data including both street and residential trees and their traits. See tables 2 and 3 for more details.
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Title NurseryData
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Description Species inventory for visited nurseries. See text for more details.
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