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An analysis of construction effects on vegetation and soils of the Colorado Desert

David D. Clark

An analysis of construction effects on vegetation and soils of the Colorado Desert

final report

by David D. Clark

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Published by Dept. of Biology, California State University Fullerton, Systems Control, FInc. [sic in Fullerton [Calif.], Anaheim, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Building,
  • Construction industry,
  • Effect of building on,
  • Desert plants,
  • Desert soils

  • Edition Notes

    Statement by David D. Clark
    ContributionsCalifornia State University, Fullerton. Dept. of Biology, Systems Control, inc, United States. Bureau of Land Management
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164 leaves in various foliations :
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25583325M

    10 Effects of prescribed burning on soil and vegetation Fire effects on vegetation There is evidence that fires were frequent during the late Quaternary in the Mediterranean Basin (Carrión et al., ), as a consequence, many species have. Red Rock Canyon State Park (SP) faces a number of complex issues, one of which is the management of off-highway vehicle (OHV) use. This current project was initiated (1) to investigate the state of knowledge on the effects of off-highway vehicles on public lands, (2) to investigate off-highway vehicle use and their effects upon cultural resources and natural values within Red .


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An analysis of construction effects on vegetation and soils of the Colorado Desert by David D. Clark Download PDF EPUB FB2

An analysis of construction effects on vegetation and soils of the Colorado Desert: final report by Clark, David D; California State University, Fullerton. Dept. of Biology; Systems Control, inc; United States. Bureau of Land ManagementPages: J.C.F. Tedrow, in Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment, Polar Desert Zone.

Polar Desert soils (Haploturbels) generally form on positive relief elements and on sandy/gravelly plains.

Desert pavement is usually present where there is an abundance of gravel in the substrate. Maximum Polar Desert soil development is usually confined to open-textured material.

Some effects of domestic sheep grazing on vegetation and soils were measured at four sites in the western Mojave Desert.

Although sheep have grazed the Mojave Desert for the past 50– years, the effects of grazing on the desert ecosystem are largely unknown. The results reflect only short-term effects of grazing, because fenced control areas were not Cited by: Published Soil Surveys for California. Current, official soil survey information is on the Web Soil Survey.

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Soil and Vegetation Analysis EPA’s Seven-Step Screen A screening analysis for soil and vegetation impacts should be conducted by using EPA’s Screening Procedure for the Impacts of Air Pollution Sources on Plants, Soils, and Animals (EPA’s Screening Procedure). This review synthesizes the state of knowledge on fire effects on vegetation and soils in semi-arid ecosystems in the Great Basin Region, including the central and northern Great Basin and Range, Columbia River Basin, and the Snake River Plain.

We summarize available literature related to: (1) the effects of environmental gradients, ecological site, and vegetation characteristics on. of native desert vegetation. Ecol- ogy southern Idaho and Oregon.” Passey and Hughie () dif- fered with the placing of alkali sagebrush on “poorly drained or tight and highly alkaline soils.” Soils on which this species domi- nated, they Cited by: The vegetation analysis of some desert rangelands in United Arab Emirates has been assessed by (Shaltout et al., ).

The road sides' vegetation in the. The Desert Project—An Analysis of Aridland Soil-Geomorphic Processes Bulletin H. Curtis little was known about soils in arid and semiarid regions of desert soils and their relation.

Vegetation was sampled using four, 50 m long linear transects that crossed the channel at the midpoint of each transect. To limit the survey so that desert vegetation growing above the channel was not included, the ends of the transect were restricted to the bottom of the channel and the edges, and did not extend to the top of the channel by: Unscreened Residential Architects & Engineers in Eagle, Colorado Oldham Hirst Design, LLC Sandhill Circle Brainerd, MN Davis George Architects Tejon St.

Denver. In "California Serpentines: Flora, Vegetation, Geology, Soils, and Management Problems", Arthur Kruckeberg does a very good job of outlining the occurrence of serpentines in California and the vegetation found on them.

He looks at how various well-known taxa from the state differ in their tolerance to serpentine - from complete avoiders like /5(2). soils, or with housing and construction in general. REPLACEMENT OF OLDER CGS PUBLICATIONS This book replaces two older publications from the Colorado Geological Survey: Lamisrnptllg Mnintc*lunce on Soil, by Candace L.

Jochim, revised, fifth printing, (Special Publication 14); and Hame Construction Shrinking Swelling Soils, bv Wesley G. HoltzFile Size: 8MB. Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text The Effects of disturbance on desert soils, vegetation, and community processes with emphasis on off-road vehicles: a critical review /Cited by: 1.

Review of Methods for Vegetation Monitoring and Analysis in the Owens Valley, California Rank scoring of species in the Mojavean Desert Scrub macrogroup vegetation type Some attempts have already been made to build an integrated model of vegetation dynamics and groundwater effects on them.

A foot groundwater contour has been File Size: 1MB. Wind is a key abiotic factor that influences the dynamics of arid and semiarid systems. We investigated two basic relationships on vegetation manipulation (grass cover reduction) plots at the Jornada Experimental Range in southern New Mexico: (1) wind erosion rates (horizontal mass flux and dust emission) versus vegetative cover, and (2) nutrient loss Cited by: This study evaluated the effect of 4 goat-stocking levels in a short duration grazing system and mechanical brush crushing on chaparral shrubs, herbaceous vegetation, litter, and soils.

After /2 years, percent total shrub cover was lower (PCited by: Vegetation restoration has been widely used in karst rocky desertification (KRD) areas of southwestern China, but the response of microbial community to revegetation has not been well characterized.

We investigated the diversity, structure, and co-occurrence patterns of bacterial communities in soils of five vegetation types (grassland, shrubbery, secondary forest, pure Cited by: About this book.

A complete guide to the theoretical and practical aspects of vegetation analysis. Drawing on actual case studies, it assumes only elementary knowledge of statistics in the reader, and provides a unified detailed guide to vegetation analysis.

Contains a full bibliography. A soil survey is the systematic description, classification, and mapping of soils in an area.

They are published by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), formerly known as the Soil Conservation Service. Some are on the NRCS website. Published soil surveys can be found at some libraries or borrowed through interlibrary loan.

American Society of Agronomy Crop Science Society of America Soil Science Society of America Certified Crop Advisers Log In My Account Due to COVID, our staff is working remotely. Vegetation and soil effects from prescribed, wild, and combined fire events along a ponderosa pine and grassland mosaic.

Research Paper RMRS-RPCD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

39 p. AbstractCited by: 2. scale, but effects of these disturbances on desert soils vegetation are dependent upon the properties of the undisturbed soil. These findings of limited impacts of burrowing on soilCited by: Contrasts of vegetation, soils, microclimates, and geomorphic processes between north- and south-facing slopes on Green Mountain near Denver, Colorado.

Responsibility by Farrel A. Branson and Lynn M. Shown. Imprint Denver, Colo.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor],[i.e.

The 3rd edition of this popular textbook introduces the reader to the investigation of vegetation systems with an emphasis on data analysis. The book succinctly illustrates the various paths leading to high quality data suitable for pattern recognition, pattern testing, static and dynamic modelling and model testing including spatial and temporal aspects of ecosystems.

Step-by. Vegetation of 40 sample stands on serpentine soils was analyzed and used to indicate conditions that might limit the establishment of annual range species.

Two groups of stands, “cypress” and “non-cypress,” were defined by cluster analysis. Stands with Cupressus sargentii also contained Arctostaphylos viscida and occurred on mesic sites with lower Ca in the sub-surface soil. Effects of annual precipitation on patch dynamics on two soils revealed strong correlations between shrub growth on deep sandy soils and above‐average rainfall years (r =P = ) and shrub colonization and below‐average rainfall years on shallow sandy soils (r =P = ).

Patch‐level analysis of demographic patterns Cited by: Vegetation is a general term for the plant life of a region; it refers to the ground cover provided by plants, and is, by far, the most abundant biotic element of the biosphere. Vegetation serves. Full text of "The Effects of disturbance on desert soils, vegetation, and community processes with emphasis on off-road vehicles: a critical review" See other formats.

Effects of season and intensity of use on desert vegetation (Bulletin / Utah Agricultural Experiment Station) [Cook, C. Wayne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Effects of season and intensity of use on desert vegetation (Bulletin / Utah Agricultural Experiment Station)Author: C.

Wayne Cook. Plant succession; an analysis of the development of vegetation, Related Titles. Series: Carnegie Institution of Washington publication.

Clements, Frederic E. (Frederic Edward), Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. The role of the cyanobacterium Microcoleus vaginatus in cold-desert soil crusts is investigated using scanning electron microscopy.

Crusts from sandstone- limestone- and gypsum-derived soils are examined. When dry, polysaccharide sheath material from this cyanobacterium can be seen winding through and across all three types of soil surfaces, attaching to and binding soil Cited by: -Expansive soils 10 ft. or more below structural foundations do not tend to cause damage -Excavation can remove overburden that was constraining potentially expansive soils.

Climate -Boulder is dry- only inches of precipitation per year. File Size: 29KB. LIST OF TABLES Characteristic conditions of the surface, intermediate, and subsurface zones of submerged soils 14 Classification of wetland environments of the United States 16 Types of interaction between populations of two different species 48 Major types of construction activities which affect wetland environments of.

This is the first comprehensive treatment of an important segment of the flora of California: native plants that have varying degrees of fidelity to serpentine rock and soil that make up over square miles in the Coast Ranges and the Sierra Nevada. Many of California's unique endemic plants are found nowhere else but on serpentine; over species, subspecies, and varieties.

The influence of forest vegetation on water and soil. WILM Associate Dean, State University College of Forestry, Syracuse, New York As a feature of its current program of work, the Forestry Division of FAO is preparing for publication a study on the influence of the forest on water, soil and climate, and their bearing on land-use policy.

A restored elk (Cervus elaphus) population in eastern Kentucky may be affecting ecosystem processes in a landscape composed of reclaimed grassland expanses and isolated forest remnants. Elk routinely select forested ridge-tops as resting and ruminating sites.

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The effects of climate change on soils in the western USA are not well known. This project expands the National Cooperative Soil Survey benchmark soils data set in the western USA to demonstrate how soil properties and near-surface processes change in response to climate.

Vegetation is sparse; creosote bush is the dominant species. The waste facility has been used for burial of low-level radioactive waste () and hazardous chemical waste ( to present). Burial-trench construction includes excavation of native soil, emplacement of waste, and backfilling with previously stockpiled by: 4.

Abstract. Spatial patterns of vegetation on an ephemeral lake bed (playa) in the northern Chihuahuan desert were closely correlated with elevation. Distributions of species along a m transect from the center to the edge of the playa showed abrupt boundaries at m and m.

These boundaries seem related to the maximum elevation covered with standing water .Book: Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem Special Issue: Ecological Sites for Landscape Management Special Issue: Shifting Paradigms in Drylands.The solution: coupled vegetation and soil sampling Elements of a successful approach 1) One or more range cons working with soil scientists 2) Range cons that understand soils 3) A vegetation/soil surface sampling protocol that matches the pace of soil sampling 4) A coding system that relates vegetation measurements, soil.