The Bartlett Inventory Solutions Team from Bartlett Tree Experts conducted an inventory of trees on the campus of Salve Regina University in May 2012. The inventory included: identifying trees and attaching to each tree a tag with an assigned tag number; identifying the trees' condition, health, and vigor; recommending risk evaluations and removals of appropriate trees; recommending pruning, soil management, and pest management treatments to promote tree safety; health, appearance, and longevity; and mapping the trees using GPSr hardware and Geographic Information System (GIS) software.
This digital copy of the plan is redacted. Information about the estimated values of individual trees has been removed, as have maps and lists of the trees with the highest estimated values. Additionally, all appendices have been removed because of their copyright status. The first appendix included material from ANSI A300 (Part 1) - 2008 Pruning, which is available from the Tree Care Industry Association at ANSI A300 Part 1. The other appendices are technical reports that are available directly from the Bartlett Tree Experts site through their Bartlett Tree Experts: Resource Library.
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Bartlett Tree Experts, "Salve Regina University Tree Inventory and Management Plan 2012" (2012). Archives Books. 2.