Urban Forest Rehabilitation – A Case Study from Singapore

In consideration of the small size of land-scarce Singapore and its high degree of urbanisation forestry in Singapore’s context can be broadly categorized as:
Forests in gazetted Nature Reserves, consisting mainly of remnant primary forests and regenerating secondary forests; and Urban streetscapes, consisting mainly of closely planted roadside trees along 95% of. Singapore’s roads, and trees in urban developments, urban parks and vacant lands, as well as planted and managed trees on offshore islands and reclaimed lands.

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