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A guide to using native plants on disturbed lands

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Published by Administrator in Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development

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        StatementAlberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
        PublishersAlberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages66
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100773261257
        Series
        1nodata
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Major highways were used to simplify decision making for pipeline operators, engineers and contractors. The purpose of these lists is to identify introduced exotic plant species that are not native to Tennessee and are invasive or possess the characteristics to become invasive and cause damage to native plant communities.

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Darker material relative to other soil materials should be on the surface. Bureau of Land Management or any other agencies to identify species and critical habitat within or around the disturbed area.

Topography, landforms and surface water These properties will affect post-disturbance functions to be restored and identify if a need occurs to develop storm water retention sites and erosion control techniques. Phase II of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System NPDES will require projects disturbing areas larger than one acre to apply for a storm water discharge permit.

The boundaries were delineated on general rangeland types and precipitation relative to a region. This will minimize the area that will be disturbed and reduce the construction footprint area disturbed and severity of the disturbance. Fluffgrass provides considerable mulch for more robust plants, especially the threeawn grasses.

Although croplands are not specified directly in this publication, many of the topsoil salvage and replacement approaches, planning, preparation procedures and reclamation methods can be used as a guide to the successful reclamation of croplands.