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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXV, Issue 2
Written by Nicolaie COSTACHE, Adrian PETICILĂ, Mihaela Ioana GEORGESCU

Relaxing in the shade of a tree, enjoying its fragrance, the oxygen offered as a gift, the refuge it offers, gives all the measure of the wealth of trees. An individual good, a collective wealth, the tree has a value attributable to the functions it performs. Whether the tree is young or centuries-old, it is directly or indirectly influenced by people, which is why it is important to appreciate its value. This is why it is necessary to assess the financial value of ornamental trees and estimate the amount of compensation in the event of damage. The chosen research topic is carried out in Buzău, on the domain of Alexandru Marghiloman. He built for his wife a wonderful tree park, which has become public today, on an area of 16,000 square meters. To date, there is no single reference assessment scale unanimously recognized by communities, experts, insurance companies and the judiciary. The B.E.V.A. method - the Tree Value Assessment Scale created in France (Barème d'Evaluation de la Valeur d'un Arbre) (or the method of large cities in France) - was used to evaluate the trees in Marghiloman Park. B.E.V.A. is used to calculate the value of a tree in an urban landscape or road alignment based on 4 criteria (species, girth, health, aesthetic value). The results have been registered and are part of the green inventory of this park.

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