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Hi All, A few of you will be aware that, for a few years now, I have been using Picus sonic tomography, combined with the tree statics model, to assess the fracture stability of trees. A couple of months ago I purchased an alternative to the Picus - a Rinntech’s Arbotom impulse tomography unit. A little more information is available on my website: The Arbotom | News | Think Trees I have used the equipment quite a bit and I’m really pleased with the results that have been obtained with it. However, I would really like to test some trees that are due to be removed so that I can compare the tomogram (image showing the sound transmission properties of the cross-section) with the actual cross-section of the cut stem. I am looking for trees of any species from approx. 40cm (16”) dbh upwards. If anyone is due to remove any trees in the East Herts, West Essex, High Wycombe or East Oxon areas, and would be happy for me to test them prior to their removal and then to view the cross sections after felling, please let me know. I would be very grateful. Thanks in advance. Paul
Ground Control is delighted to announce that they have become Arb Association approved contractors! This outstanding achievement is testament to the great work of all the teams working at Ground Control. For more information about the services that are provided, including PICUS tomography tree surveying, visit our website: Ground Control: Award winning commercial landscapers. If you are looking to join the incredible team at Ground Control, check out the latest vacancies here: Great Careers for Great People _____________________________________________________________ On a side note, GC have also been doing their part to help the environment, such as the introduction of electric cars to the business for employees. What are you doing to help improve our environment and what more should we be doing as an industry?
Dear all, I am currently undertaking my third year of a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Arboriculture at Moulton College whilst working as a consultant for a small practice in Northampton. As part of my final year I am required to undertake a dissertation project for which I have decided to look into the role of specialist decay detection equipment within the arboricultural industry. The underpinning data for my project is being collected via an online questionnaire aimed at professionals within the industry; I wonder if you would kindly take a few minutes to complete this survey and if possible forward the link to as many people you know who have some arboricultural focus within their work practices. I am hoping for as many responses as possible so your input is greatly appreciated! Everyone is welcome to participate! If you require any further details regarding my project or how the data is to be used, please don’t hesitate to contact me. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PiCUS_Dissertation_Project_Robert_Murison_V1_3 Thank you for your time and support, Kind Regards Robert Murison 07534977833 [email protected] Robert Murison | LinkedIn