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Erosion and sedimentation concerns related to hardwood management in CaliforniaAuthor(s): Theodore E. Jr. Adams; Raymond M. Rice
Source: Western Journal of Applied Forestry 4(1): 31-33.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionLack of information on the status of hardwoods, particularly oaks (Quercus sp.), is creating concern in California that continued fuelwood harvest will aggravate erosion and sedimentation (Pillsbury et al. 1983). This concern is unsupported by data from the West Coast because few data exist, a fact ackowledged by Pillsbury et al. (1983).
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CitationAdams, Theodore E. Jr.; Rice, Raymond M. 1989. Erosion and sedimentation concerns related to hardwood management in California. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 4(1): 31-33.
KeywordsPSW4351, erosion, sedimentation, fuelwood, hardwood, California
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