Oak trees have varied effect on land values
AuthorsNancy K. Diamond
Richard B. Standiford
Peter C. Passof
Authors AffiliationsNancy Diamond, formerly Staff Research Associate, University of California Cooperative Extension, is currently a graduate student in the Ph.D. program in Wildland Resource Science, UC Berkeley; Richard B. Standiford is Natural Resources Specialist, Forestry, Cooperative Extension, UC Berkeley; Peter C. Passof is Forest Advisor, Cooerative Extension, Mendo-cino County; John LeBlanc is Staff Research Associate, Forestry, Cooperative Extension, UC Berkeley.
Hilgardia 41(9):4-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v041n09p4. September 1987.
On rangelands suitable for future rural subdivision, leaving some oaks may increase property values. The most favorable density in this study was 40 trees per acre.
Diamond N, Standiford R, Passof P, LeBlanc J. 1987. Oak trees have varied effect on land values. Hilgardia 41(9):4-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v041n09p4
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