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Another take on logical trees

June 11, 2010

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Turning the world of trees upside down….I’m not sure this would appeal to a tree’s tropisms (growth in response to external stimuli), but its all in the name of art Six inverted sugar maples hang 30 feet off the ground at Mass MoCA in North Adams, Mass. Tree Logic is an artwork by Natalie Jeremijenko […]

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Daylight Lasers, a prohibited weapon

March 24, 2010

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Are you carrying and using a Prohibited Weapon? Under Victorian legislation, the Control of Weapons Regulations 2000 (17 December 2000), any ‘daylight’ lasers stronger than 1mW became a ‘Prohibited Weapon.   The Schedule 2 to these regulations defines what is a prohibited weapon and states “Regulation 6 – 33.    A hand-held battery-operated article commonly known as […]

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Smart-Shot™ – how did it all happen

June 12, 2009

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Tree Logic had been trialing tree injectors for many years. Glenn Waters Director/Consulting Arborist & Sales explains “whatever system we tried, there always seemed to be some element we felt could be improved”. Through research Glenn located a manufacturer of animal health syringes. For several years Tree Logic and the manufacturer have trialed different prototypes […]

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Smart-Shot™ Refillable Tree Injector

March 17, 2009

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For over a decade Tree Logic has been involved in extensive research and testing of every commercially available tree injection system. Every device we tested had some issue that prevented it being the perfect solution for the complex requirements of accurate tree injection. This experience has been invaluable in showing our research team the advantages […]

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Harbour Esplanade New Quay Development

November 27, 2008

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At present, Harbour Esplanade is only partially complete. The roadway south of Bourke Street is yet to be developed and parts of the Victoria Harbour waterfront remain at the original elevated level with the old wharf structures.  A functional review undertaken by VicUrban identified several issues that require consideration, including lack of weather protection and […]

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World’s tallest hardwood tree, found in Tasmania.

October 14, 2008

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What is believed to be the world’s tallest hardwood tree has been discovered near Forestry Tasmania’s Tahune Airwalk tourism attraction 88km south of Hobart.  One of two giant Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) found growing together, the trees were detected in August using an airborne Light Detection and Ranging Laser scanning technology (LiDAR).  The trees were […]

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