Barry Gardiner, Giles Stacey
Forest edges are important for the stability, visual impact and biodiversity of forests. Improved design of edge plantings will enhance the benefits they provide. Wind tunnel experiments are described and results indicate the effect of different edge treatments on stability. Practical methods for creating edges that can improve forest stability and visual appeal are discussed. This publication is no longer available in hardcopy.
A4 | 8 pages | black & white | online only