Urban Tree Cover and Air Quality Planning 

All Site Documents:

A modeling study of the impact of urban trees on ozone
A Plan to Integrate Management of Urban Trees into Air Quality Planning
Air Quality Planning for Metropolitan Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia
Background and Options for Establishing PM2.5 Nonattainment Boundaries
Facts About Fine Particle Air Pollution
Human-induced changes in US biogenic volatile organic compound emissions
Implications for State Urban & Community Forestry Programs: Tools for action
Inclusion of large-scale tree planting in a SIP
Incorporating Emerging and Voluntary Measures in a SIP
Influence of Single and Small Clusters of Trees on the Bioclimate of a City
Introduction of Urban Canopy Parameterization into MM5
Introduction to MM5 Modeling System
New EPA Policy Allows Emerging and Voluntary Measures in SIPs
New York City Case Study: Methods of Analysis
Practical Implications of Urban Forest Management Programs to Improve Air Quality
Site Identification and Selection for SIP Tree Planting
Size and Form for SIP Tree Planting
Survival Techniques for SIP Tree Planting
Species Choices for SIP Tree Planting
Strategic Tree Planting as an EPA Encouraged Pollutant Reduction Strategy
The Effect of New Tree Mortality on Canopy Modeling for a SIP
The Effects of Urban Trees on Air Quality
The State Implementation Plan Process: Marylandís Next Steps
The Urban Effects Model: Quantifying Urban Forest Structure and Functions
The Use of Volunteers for SIP Tree Planting
Trees and Air Quality: 6 Methods to Get SIP Credit for Trees
Trees May Play Role in Reducing Houston's Smog
Trees and Sustainable Urban Air Quality
Urban Tree Cover: An Innovative Strategy for Air Quality Planning
What is a SIP?