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Author(s):Ree, W. O.
Author Affiliation:Project Supervisor, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Stillwater, OK
Title:The establishment of vegetation lined waterways
Meeting Info.:October 4-7, 1960, Columbus, OH
Source:Nineteenth Short Course on Roadside Development. Vol. 19, 1960, p. 54-65.
# of Pages:12
Publishing Information:Columbus, OH: Department of Landscape Architecture, Ohio State University and the Ohio Department of Highways
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Waterways; Jute netting; Paper mulch; Straw mulches; Asphalt
Abstract/Contents:"Tests on six channel liners designed for temporary protection of newly graded waterways have been reported. The test conditions were severe, employing a V-shaped channel and a very easily eroded soil. These conditions should be kept in mind when evaluating the results." The six liners listed in order of their indicated strength are: glass fiber mat with complete transverse pinning, jute cloth-fine, paper mesh-fine, glass fiber mat with partial pinning, hay mulch and asphalt, hay mulch and paper net, jute cloth-coarse mesh, asphalt emulsion and paper fiber.
Language:English
References:0
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Ree, W. O. 1960. The establishment of vegetation lined waterways. Short Course Roadside Dev. 19:p. 54-65.
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