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Potential Use of Supplemental Irrigation for Establishment of Vegetation on Surface-Mined Lands

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Title: Potential Use of Supplemental Irrigation for Establishment of Vegetation on Surface-Mined Lands
Author: Ries, R. E.; Power, J.F.; Sandoval, F.M.
Description: Irrigation is a potential reclamation tool that may have application in establishing vegetation on surface disturbed lands, especially perennial rangeland vegetation. Research concerning the use of supplemental irrigation has been initiated, and continued study will better define the benefits and techniques of supplemental irrigation for the establishment of plants and plant communities on surface-mined lands in North Dakota.
Date: 1976
Subject: Land restoration
Mining
Irrigation
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/3855

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