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Invasive Species: Plants - Saltcedar (Tamarix spp.)
Center. Impacts; Special Note: References Back to Top State Government Salt Cedar Arizona Department of Transportation. Intermodal Transportation Division. Identification/Description; Photographs; ... Note: References Salt Cedar (Tamarix) (PDF | 106 KB) State of Colorado. Douglas County. Public Works. Identification/Description; Photographs; Introduction History; Impacts; Controls Salt Cedar - Noxious ...
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Colorado Partners in Flight
Taraxacum officinale) Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium spp.) Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginianus) Eastwood's monkey flower (Mimulus eastwoodiae) elk sedge (Carex ... ) Russian thistle (Salsola iberica) Salina wildrye (Elymus salina) saltbush (Atriplex spp.) salt cedar (Tamarix gallica) Sandberg bluegrass (Poa sandbergii) sand sagebrush (Artemesia filifolia) sand ...
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Executive Committee Conference Call Minutes on Aquatic Nuisance Species - January 1999.
Salt Cedar Biocontrol agents - Max informed the EXCOM that the release of biocontrol agents in the west ...
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Exotic and Invasive Species on the Colorado Plateau
Interior, National Biological Service, Washington, D.C. Brock, J. H. 1994. Tamarix spp. (salt cedar), an invasive exotic woody plant in arid and semi-arid riparian habitats of western USA ... Cambridge University Press, New York, NY. DeLoach, C. J. 1990. Prospects for biological control of salt cedar (Tamarix spp.) in riparian habitats of the southwestern United States. Pp. 307-314 In: Delfosse ...
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Exotic Tamarisk (Salt-cedar) on the Colorado Plateau
Exotic Tamarisk (Salt-cedar) on the Colorado Plateau Search the CP-LUHNA Web pages Biotic Communities Alpine Tundra Subalpine ...
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Eden Again, Marshland Information - Bibliography
Brotherson, J.D. and V. Windel. 1986. Habitat relationships of salt cedar (Tamarix ramsissima) in central Utah. Great Basin Nat., 46: p. 535-541. Top 41. ... Effects of Increased Elevation and Macronutrient and Micronutrient Additions on Spartina-Alterniflora Transplant Success in Salt-Marsh Dieback Areas in Louisiana. Environmental Management, 16(4): p. 505-511. 142. Yahia, ...
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Welcome to Environmental Review - Archives - 2004
Salt cedar, also called tamarisk, is a woody plant native to the eastern Mediterranean where it thrives in a hot, dry climate and on salty water. Salt cedar ... salt cedar for nesting. There are one hundred-fifty pairs of willow fly catchers remaining in Arizona, and 90 percent of them nest in salt cedar. So removing salt cedar ... advance of salt cedar in the Southwest. Simply removing salt cedar does not ...
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NvWF Places - Red Rock Canyon Plants
Plants more typical of the riparian type include mesquite, catclaw acacia, salt cedar and desert willow. In moister areas or along stream banks, cattails, rushes, willows and other ...
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Mushroom Projects
Russian olive) and other tree "wastes" (pecan thinnings). As they grow, these mushrooms decompose the ...
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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
Asian salt-cedar and Russian olive are introduced plants that have formed new ... vegetation in California. The ice plant is an annual that accumulates salt, which leaches from its leaves when the plant dies at the end of the season. The salt, not surprisingly, suppresses the growth and germination of native plants ...
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