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‘Tree cavity availability in urban cemeteries and city parks’, Journal of Urban Ecology, 5:1,1–9.


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‘Grounding ethical mindfulness for/in nature: trees in their places’, Ethics, Place & Environment, 6:3, 195-213.

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‘Arnos Vale Cemetery and the lively materialities of trees in place’, Garden History, 35: 149-71.

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‘To tree or not to tree: user management perspectives of cemetery trees’, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 43, 126385.

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