Breathe Easy in the Urban Forest

APA Wisconsin Chapter


Thursday, May 30, 2019
11:30 a.m. - noon CDT

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Trees offer quantifiable public health benefits, specifically with regards to air pollution. But how do trees actually reduce air pollution? Are there pollutants trees are particularly apt to reduce? And given this public health role, how do we decide where to place or protect trees in order to sustain and grow their benefits? Dan will provide an overview of tree anatomy and survey available mapping tools to help answer these questions.


Dan Buckler

Mr. Dan Buckler - Data Analyst, Forestry Division, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Dan Buckler is a data analyst with the urban forestry program of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. In this capacity, he tries to understand what trees are growing where and why that's important. He is a ... Read More

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