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The Bark ™

 

The Bark ™ is the flagship journal of Arboriculture Australia Ltd, the peak national body for professional tree workers in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. It is a quarterly printed publication for arboriculture researchers, arboriculture professionals, arborists, practicing arborists, consultants, and all types of tree workers of all disciplines and industries and is dedicated to its members. The printed publication will also be re-launched as a digital download and will be available as exclusive content for members via the new Arboriculture Australia website.

The Bark ™ aims to stimulate discussion and inform practice by showcasing original peer-reviewed research articles and other abstract papers about, or relevant to, arboriculture in the Australian and Asia Pacific regions. Authors from the full range of arboriculture professions and areas of academia are invited to contribute their work to The Bark ™.

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Minimum Industry Standards

The Minimum Industry Standards are a series of important peer-reviewed publications that describe and clarify industry consensus on safe and current skills, techniques and equipment used in arboriculture and vegetation management.

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