1 edition of Tree species recommended for strip-mine plantations in western Kentucky found in the catalog.
Tree species recommended for strip-mine plantations in western Kentucky
Boyce, Stephen G.
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Central States Forest Experiment Station in Columbus, Ohio]
Written in English
|Statement||Stephen G. Boyce, Robert W. Merz|
|Series||Technical paper -- 160, Technical paper (Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)) -- no. 160.|
|Contributions||Merz, Robert William, 1913-, Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Title. Tree species recommended for strip-mine plantations in western Kentucky / Related Titles. Series: Technical paper (Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)) ; no.
Boyce, Stephen G. Merz, Robert William, Tree species recommended for strip-mine plantations in western Kentucky by Boyce, Stephen G ; Merz, Robert William, ; Central States Forest Experiment Station (Columbus, Ohio)Pages: In other words, plant tree species that will meet objectives and grow well under the given site conditions.
The choice of tree species for planting in the northeastern hardwood region is extensive. There are dozens of species to choose from. Since tree planting is. McQuilkin () reported on a survey of all tree plantings made on anthracite spoils up to and including (plantings 7 or more years old). They also offered a tentative classification of anthracite strip-mine spoils as media for tree growth.
Because those. Volunteers planting native hardwood trees on a former mountaintop removal strip mine site with Green Forests Work and the Appalachian Regional. Eastern Kentucky coal production decreased in by percent to million tons of coal, 51 percent of the total from surface mines and 49 percent from underground mines.
x Kentucky Environmental Quality Commission established. x Kentucky becomes the leading coal producing state in the nation. x Kentucky Wild Rivers Program created - nine rivers have since been designated as wild rivers. x Coal severance tax established. x Major coal synfuel development movement.
x Federal Endangered Species Act Size: 5MB. Impact of strip-mine reclamation practices: a simulation study / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, ), by William J. Parton, James E. Ellis, Interagency Energy-Environment Research and Development Program (U.S.), and Western Energy and Land Use Team (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
InEastern Kentucky Bred Heifer Sale had a sale average of $2, surpassing the previous year’s sale average by more than $1, per head, and the top-selling heifer brought in $3, Summary of Invasiveness Top of page.
Pinus elliottii var. elliottii, commonly known as slash pine, is an important timber tree species native to the lower coastal plain within the southeastern grow up to 36 m in height and m in diameter, producing a long, clear bole. Because of its rapid early growth and production of highly valuable wood products, it has been widely introduced.
Larson, M.M., Invasion of Volunteer Tree Species on Stripmine Plantations in East-Central Ohio. Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Research Bulletin Elk viewing in Kentucky, tours leave from Jenny Wiley State Park. Mountian top removal coal mines are turned into grazing lands for ELK.
Tour. R R TREE SPECIES RECOMMENDED FOR STRIP-MINE PLANTATIONS IN WESTERN KENTUCKY Boyce, S. and Merz, R. W., U.S. Forest Serv., Central States Forest Expt. Sta., Tech. Paper (). 12 pp. Ten years of observations of strip.
The relationships between estimates of mycorrhizal activity, time following reclamation, and soil edaphic factors were investigated over a period of years during reclamation of five abandoned. Ailanthus (Ailanthus altissima), also called tree-of-heaven, Chinese sumac, paradise-tree, and copal-tree (fig.
1), is an introduced species that has become widely naturalized across the continent. Ailanthus has found an extremely wide variety of places to establish itself.
Strip Mines Over sixty percent of the electricity we consume in Tennessee is generated by the burning of coal—which, unfortunately, is the most damaging way to generate it. The burning of coal contributes to global warming, regional haze, acid rain, and ozone pollution, some of which harm us directly and all of which harm the land.
Full text of "Bibliography of Illinois vegetation" See other formats. Mining The Origin of the Possum-Hunting Movement. The following description of the uprising in western Kentucky is from the pen of Newell G.
Alford, the engineer of the St. Bernard Mining Co. at Earlington, Ky. Coal mining in wester Kentucky for the past few months has been beset by dangers which call to mind the mysterious operations of the Ku-Klux Klan. Techniques for evaluating forest sites for particular tree species when direct existing trees cannot be used are a continuing need of foresters.
Experience has shown that soil factors are the most reliable index, but the particular soil factors that give the best prediction are different for different sites and tree species.
90 Additional Considerations for Land Application Program Planning 91 References 91 Chapter 8 Process Design for Forest Land Application Sites General 95 Regulatory Requirements and Other Considerations 95 Pathogens 95 Nitrogen Dynamics 96 Effect of Sewage Sludge Applications on Tree Growth and Wood Properties.
Mining 'is turning Eastern Kentucky into a despicable latrine' By Barry Bingham Jr. Special to The Courier-Journal. On Oct. 20 a group of writers visited Eastern Kentucky under the aegis of the Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.
The goal of the trip was to expose us to a form of coal mining known as "mountaintop removal.".Osage-orange has been successfully used in strip mine reclamation. Its ease of planting, tolerance of alkaline soil, and resistance to drought are desirable qualities (1,14,29).
These qualities plus growth, long life, and resistance to injury by ice, wind, insects, and diseases make Osage-orange a .Only the western Amazon near the Andes, which is very rainy, the forest will still be there.” Nobre estimates that approximately 17% of the Amazon rainforest has been cleared so far – principally for cattle ranching and soy plantations.
While rates of deforestation slowed in the early 21st century, they have recently rebounded.