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branch-removal technique consisting of an undercut and then a top cut, usually made farther out on the branch, or with a chain saw, directly over the undercut.
predetermined area where cut branches or wood sections will be dropped or lowered from a tree. See landing zone.
(obsolete) term for a method of reducing the height of a tree. The general rule for cuts is that leaders should be cut back to a lateral capable of assuming apical dominance, if possible, usually at least one-third the diameter of the leader. See reduction.
acronym for double rope technique. Climbing system in which two separate ropes and two separate anchor points are utilized. Contrast with DdRT and SRT.
method of tying the root ball of a balled-and-burlapped tree for moving.
forces created by a moving load. Load that changes with time and motion. Contrast with static load.
study of how objects move under the action of forces.
instrument for measuring mechanical force or power.
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