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Matthew Daniel
Matthew Daniel @matthew-daniel
CEO
Global Urban Forest Pty Ltd
Melbourne, Australia
With 20 years’ global experience in Arboriculture, Matthew is a leading expert in the field of organic, ecological sustainable plant health care. Matthew has developed an integrated approach through training and experience to understand how to better manage urban trees including improving their health, performance, life expectancy and recovery from damage/sickness/toxic environments.
As an arborist Matthew was invited, under a USA science visa, to participate in a skill share program on Plant Health Care in Boston. He has presented at national and international forums and initiatives leading a focus on soil and plant health as an integral part of urban forestry. In addition, Matthew is a consultant in the field of soil biology and has applied this knowledge and experience to Arboriculture. He is a passionate advocate for developing urban forests based on scientific principles and thorough data collection.
Currently, working collaboratively on an international global research project (PhotosynQ) investigating soil health and measuring plant function including photosynthesis.
Matthew was invited by Michigan State University in 2015 to represent the global Arboriculture and Urban Forest Industry and Beta test the PhotosynQ prototype MultispeQ device in preparation of the MultispeQ V 1.0 development and launch in 2017.
With 20 years’ global experience in Arboriculture, Matthew is a leading expert in the field of organic, ecological sustainable plant health care. Matthew has developed an integrated approach through training and experience to understand how to better manage urban trees including improving their health, performance, life expectancy and recovery from damage/sickness/toxic environments.
As an arborist Matthew was invited, under a USA science visa, to participate in a skill share program on Plant Health Care in Boston. He has presented at national and international forums and initiatives leading a focus on soil and plant health as an integral part of urban forestry. In addition, Matthew is a consultant in the field of soil biology and has applied this knowledge and experience to Arboriculture. He is a passionate advocate for developing urban forests based on scientific principles and thorough data collection.
Currently, working collaboratively on an international global research project (PhotosynQ) investigating soil health and measuring plant function including photosynthesis.
Matthew was invited by Michigan State University in 2015 to represent the global Arboriculture and Urban Forest Industry and Beta test the PhotosynQ prototype MultispeQ device in preparation of the MultispeQ V 1.0 development and launch in 2017.
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