Straws In The Wind

Author: Martin J. McHugh
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Straws In The Wind

Author: Madan Lal Malhotra
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Straws In The Wind

Author: R. Rabindranath Menon
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Straws In The Wind

Author: Eugene Krajewski
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First hand account of a family caught up in the perils of the Second World War. It is a personal account of the political decisions that saw the Polish nation scatter. It is a story of triumph during a trek half way round the world to freedom and safety.

Grist From The Mill

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Post Fire Treatment Effectiveness For Hillslope Stabilization

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This synthesis of post-fire treatment effectiveness reviews the past decade of research, monitoring, and product development related to post-fire hillslope emergency stabilization treatments, including erosion barriers, mulching, chemical soil treatments, and combinations of these treatments. In the past ten years, erosion barrier treatments (contour-felled logs and straw wattles) have declined in use and are now rarely applied as a post-fire hillslope treatment. In contrast, dry mulch treatments (agricultural straw, wood strands, wood shreds, etc.) have quickly gained acceptance as effective, though somewhat expensive, post-fire hillslope stabilization treatments and are frequently recommended when values-at-risk warrant protection. This change has been motivated by research that shows the proportion of exposed mineral soil (or conversely, the proportion of ground cover) to be the primary treatment factor controlling post-fire hillslope erosion. Erosion barrier treatments provide little ground cover and have been shown to be less effective than mulch, especially during short-duration, high intensity rainfall events. In addition, innovative options for producing and applying mulch materials have adapted these materials for use on large burned areas that are inaccessible by road. Although longer-term studies on mulch treatment effectiveness are on-going, early results and short-term studies have shown that dry mulches can be highly effective in reducing post-fire runoff and erosion. Hydromulches have been used after some fires, but they have been less effective than dry mulches in stabilizing burned hillslopes and generally decompose or degrade within a year.

Monthly Packet

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The American Farmer

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Mulches For Wind And Water Erosion Control

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The Country Gentleman

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The Imperial Dictionary Of The English Language

Author: John Ogilvie
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Winds Of God

Author: Hamilton Drummond
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Agricultural Research

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Publications Entomology

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Annual Report

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Bulletin Of The Agricultural Experiment Station

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