Use of juniper trees to stabilize eroding streambanks on the South Fork John Day River

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Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office , Portland, Or
Streambank planting, Jun
Statement Guy R. Sheeter, Errol W. Claire
Series Technical note -- T/N: OR-1, Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Oregon State Office) -- OR-1
ContributionsClaire, Errol W., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Oregon State Office
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. :
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Open LibraryOL25500938M

Sheeter, G. and E. Claire. The use of juniper trees to stabilize eroding streambanks on the South Fork John Day River. USDI Bureau of Land Management, Burns, Oregon. Use of juniper trees anchored to banks proved beneficial for bank stabilization.

Trees with bushy or heavy crown are preferred. Trees are angled downstream, tree   2.

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