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- Dodson, Erich K.; Peterson, David W.
- Forest ecology and management 2009 v.258 no.7 pp. 1586
- soil stabilization, etc ; forest regeneration; forest fires; plant growth; fertilizer application; seeds; sowing; invasive species; ecological invasion; soil erosion; vegetation cover; erosion control; wildfires; plant communities; species diversity; Washington; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Slope stabilization treatments are frequently applied following high severity wildfires to reduce erosion, protect water quality, and mitigate threats to human life and property. However, the effectiveness of many treatment options has not been well established. Furthermore, treatments may unintentionally inhibit natural vegetation recovery or facilitate exotic species invasion, compromising long- ...
- Davidson, R.A.; Davidson, C.F.; Roa-Espinosa, A.
- Journal of soil and water conservation 2009 v.64 no.4 pp. 243
- soil stabilization, etc ; national forests; wildfires; rangelands; forest fires; forest soils; soil treatment; soil erosion; erosion control; polyacrylamide; aerial application; straw; land restoration; hydrophobicity; Utah; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Controlling erosion, reestablishing vegetation, and overcoming the negative effects of hydrophobic soils has long been a challenge following catastrophic wildfire on forested lands and rangelands. A three-year controlled study was recently completed to compare polyacrylamide soil treatment to the traditional cover method using agricultural straw on high severity burned soils of the Red Bull Fire, ...