4 edition of Handbook for forest roadside surface erosion control in British Columbia found in the catalog.
Handbook for forest roadside surface erosion control in British Columbia
Carr, William W.
|Statement||by William W. Carr.|
|Series||Land management report ;, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||TE229.5 .C27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||81112694|
Spacing of live check dams var- ies with slope steepness and profile, normally 9 to 16 ft 3 to 5 m apart is sufficient. Fox, P. Of the 28 chapters in the latest Forestry Handbook, several are complete rewrites of earlier material and others cover topics that are new to this edition. Transactions of the ASAE 26 5 The optimum seed mix depends on the soil, site, and climatic conditions Schor and Gray
Soil quality is maintained when erosion, compaction, displacement, rutting burning, and loss of organic matter are maintained within defined soil quality standards. Gillies, C. Lentz, and W. Symposium on Rock Mechanics, Vail, Colo. Fookes, P.
Tile spade estimations of soil compaction are very effective and can be calibrated with soil strength Clayton Graham, D. Water Resour. Then place rock or aggregate. Depart- ment of Transportation, Washington, D. Schuster, Eds.
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Rock blankets are best used in areas where revegetation is difficult, and are often used on steep slopes above retaining walls. Rock blankets can be used with a variety of other techniques, such as seeding or planting of cuttings, or between other erosion-control measures to break up a slope.
Simmons, and P. Jurgensen, and M. Maintaining and improving site productivity in the Douglas-fir region. Abstract The cutslope and fillslope on a newly constructed forest road on the Talladega National Forest near Heflin, AL were treated with three erosion control techniques: wood excelsior erosion mat, native grass species, and exotic grass species.
The standards do not apply to intensively developed sites such as mines, developed recreation sites, administrative sites, or rock quarries. Note that nonbiodegradable netting is also used to reinforce sod and encase wattles, and for many other purposes.
Alban, R. A series of wind tunnel tests were conducted to evaluate material properties of wood strands in terms of reducing total sediment loss and maintaining air quality.
Johansen, and J.
Keep water off the landing and debris away from drainage zones 3. Johnson, per- sonal communication, April 18, Fortunately, erosion from log landings can be controlled effectively without interfering with the function of the site. Prevent mud from being tracked onto public roads from landings.
Soil Quality. Check dams reduce the gradient of a gully by providing periodic steps that trap the water, and safely discharge the water at a lower velocity to the next step.
Treatments that restore vital soil functions to their inherent range of variability. Moffatt, and E. All rights reserved. Lloyd, and M. Harvey, A. Soil Water Conserv.
Grass seeding is often used in conjunction with mulching and netting to aid in grass establishment. Gillies, F. Jute netting can be easily integrated with soil bioengineering by planting grass slips through the holes in the netting in a ran- dom pattern fairly close together.
It should not be used in areas with high rates of slumping. Jennings, and P. Copstead, and D.Soil Erosion provides complete coverage of the physical causes, processes, and effects of this environmental problem from its origins to planning for future conservation and remediation.
This book focuses on the process of soil erosion and erosion-control principles independent of land galisend.coms: 1. iii Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data Carr, William W., Handbook for forest roadside surface erosion control in British Columbia.
Ministry of Forests research contract E.P Forest trails and landings are temporary or infrequently used routes, travel ways, or cleared areas within a forest.
They are often steeper than permanent access roads and traffic may be limited or eliminated upon completion of logging or other use. Purpose. Forest trails and landings are used to.Research on soil erosion under forest in Britain is pdf.
Erosion can increase as a result of afforestation in the uplands, sometimes with undesirable consequences for surface water quality.Soil erosion studies using rainfall simulation on forest harvested areas in British Columbia PAUL R.
COMMANDEUR Forestry Canada, Pacific Forestry Centre, West Burnside Road, Victoria, BC, Canada V8Z 1M5 Abstract A field portable rainfall simulator was employed to determine the infiltration and soil erosion response of forest harvested areas.The South African Roads Handbook is the ebook of a project initiated by the Steering Commit-tee of the Forest Engineering Programme (formerly Forest Engineering South Africa).
This initiative formed part of the Value-chain Improvement Programme (VIP), a series of projects.