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The role of vegetation in shoreline management : a guide for Great Lakes shoreline property owners
  • Published Date:
    1970
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The  role of vegetation in shoreline management : a guide for Great Lakes shoreline property owners
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    United States, Great Lakes Basin Commission, ; United States, Army., Corps of Engineers., North Central Division, ; Ohio Coastal Management Program ; ... More ▼
  • Description:
    The Great Lakes shorelines -- The problems -- The role of vegetation -- Guidelines for identifying your problems -- Considerations: shore protection/drainage -- Considerations: vegetation -- Vegetating specific shore areas -- Management summary -- Information directory -- References -- Do's and don'ts.

    "This booklet has been prepared to provide shoreline property owners along the Great Lakes with (1) a comprehensive view of shoreline and bluff erosion problems; (2) an explanation of why these problems occur; (3) guidelines to help the property owner identify his particular problems; and (4) some suggestions on how the property owner may remedy some of these problems. The solutions emphasize vegetation establishment and management and its role in shoreline stablization."--Page 1.

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    Funding: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, North Central Division.;
    Funding: Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources, Coastal Zone Management Program.;
    Funding: Fisheries and Environment Canada, Ocean and Aquatic Sciences.;
    Funding: Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources, Coastal Zone Management Program.;
    Funding: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, East Lansing, Mich., with funds from the Office of Coastal Zone Management, NOAA.;
    Funding: Pennsylvania Dept. of Environmental Resources, Coastal Zone Management Program, with funds from the Office of Coastal Zone Management, NOAA.;
    Funding: New York Dept. of State, Coastal Zone Management Program, with funds from the Office of Coastal Zone Management, NOAA.;
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