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This consultation in the maintenance of large vegetated areas of the city of Saint-Denis.
In the past 50 years, land-use changes, climate change and other factors have resulted in the loss of as much as 50 percent of the world's vegetated coastal habitats.
3 percent of Earth's vegetated surface, with net gains on every continent except Australia and Antarctica, researchers report online July 14 in Nature Communications.
The researchers found that fire weather seasons have lengthened across one quarter of Earth's vegetated surface.
The report describes the 35-hectare site as "currently unoccupied, comprising principally of open land vegetated by rough grasses and bushes".
Accumulations will be mainly over vegetated surfaces, though cold rain or melting snow will chill road surfaces rapidly, leading to a risk of icy stretches.
Environmentalists are on board because they see dense development at the urban core as a remedy to sprawl - never mind the plan calling for the very latest in urban stormwater control, including vegetated swales, vegetated filter strips and water quality basins.
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In one of Moore's first studies, he spent 28 days evaluating the transport and capture of atrazine and lambda-cyhalothrin in a 160-foot section of a vegetated agricultural drainage ditch in Mississippi.
The work is divided into three sections covering types of erosion model development, model applications, and future modeling technologies, while individual chapters cover such topics as calibration of erosion models, scaling models in space and time, universal soil loss equation, modeling the role of vegetated buffer strips and modeling the impacts of climate change.
designed the fully vegetated roof system for the station, under the direction of project architects AAIC, Inc.
The irrigation tailwater was then directed into either an earthen (unvegetated) ditch to represent an untreated control, or into vegetated ditches or sediment traps, depending on the irrigation event and runoff treatment under evaluation.