His main research concerns Urban forest, Urban forestry, Forestry, Air quality index and Air pollution. His studies deal with areas such as Carbon sequestration, Resource, Greenhouse gas and Ecosystem services as well as Urban forest. His research integrates issues of Urban climate, Canopy, Vegetation and Hydrology in his study of Urban forestry.
His multidisciplinary approach integrates Forestry and Cover in his work. His Air quality index research includes themes of Environmental monitoring, Particulates, Particulate air pollution and Pollution. The Air pollution study combines topics in areas such as Urban structure, Environmental engineering, Environmental impact assessment and Deposition.
His primary areas of study are Urban forest, Urban forestry, Forestry, Ecosystem services and Environmental resource management. His work carried out in the field of Urban forest brings together such families of science as i-Tree, Resource, Environmental planning, Forest management and Carbon sequestration. The various areas that David J. Nowak examines in his Urban forestry study include Environmental protection, Environmental quality, Land cover, Air pollution and Tree planting.
His Air pollution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pollution, Pollutant, Air quality index and Urban forest management. His Forestry study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecosystem services, Urban forest, Environmental resource management, Urban forestry and i-Tree. His Ecosystem services research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon sequestration, Physical geography and Environmental quality. Urban forest is the subject of his research, which falls under Forestry.
His work deals with themes such as Forest inventory, Forest structure and Urban ecosystem, which intersect with Environmental resource management. David J. Nowak has included themes like Statistics, Tree planting and Tree canopy in his Urban forestry study. His i-Tree study incorporates themes from Storm, HEC-RAS, Riparian zone, Evapotranspiration and Energy budget.
David J. Nowak mostly deals with Ecosystem services, Urban forest, Environmental resource management, Urban forestry and Environmental quality. His Ecosystem services study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Air pollution and Air quality index. David J. Nowak integrates Urban forest and Building energy in his research.
His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Forest structure, Vegetation, Urban ecosystem and Aerial photos. As part of one scientific family, David J. Nowak deals mainly with the area of Urban forestry, narrowing it down to issues related to the Tree planting, and often Canopy, Tree canopy and Land cover. His study on Environmental quality also encompasses disciplines like
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Air pollution removal by urban trees and shrubs in the United States
David J. Nowak;Daniel E. Crane;Jack C. Stevens.
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2006)
CARBON STORAGE AND SEQUESTRATION BY URBAN TREES IN THE USA
David J. Nowak;Daniel E. Crane.
Environmental Pollution (2002)
Understanding the Benefits and Costs of Urban Forest Ecosystems
David J. Nowak;John F. Dwyer.
Quantifying urban forest structure, function, and value: the Chicago Urban Forest Climate Project
E. Gregory McPherson;David Nowak;Gordon Heisler;Sue Grimmond.
Urban Ecosystems (1997)
Tree and forest effects on air quality and human health in the United States
David J. Nowak;Satoshi Hirabayashi;Allison Bodine;Eric Greenfield.
Environmental Pollution (2014)
Benefits of restoring ecosystem services in urban areas
Thomas Elmqvist;Heikki Martti Setälä;SN Handel;S van der Ploeg.
Carbon storage and sequestration by trees in urban and community areas of the United States
David J. Nowak;Eric J. Greenfield;Robert E. Hoehn;Elizabeth Lapoint.
Environmental Pollution (2013)
Modeled PM2.5 removal by trees in ten U.S. cities and associated health effects.
David J. Nowak;Satoshi Hirabayashi;Allison Bodine;Robert Hoehn.
Environmental Pollution (2013)
A Ground-Based Method of Assessing Urban Forest Structure and Ecosystem Services
David J. Nowak;Daniel E. Crane;Jack C. Stevens;Robert E. Hoehn.
Aboriculture & Urban Forestry. 34(6): 347-358. (2008)
Urban ecosystems and the North American carbon cycle
D. E. Pataki;R. J. Alig;A. S. Fung;N. E. Golubiewski.
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