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Off-site costs of soil erosion in the Willamette Valley of Oregon

Walter B. Moore

Off-site costs of soil erosion in the Willamette Valley of Oregon

by Walter B. Moore

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil erosion -- Oregon -- Willamette River Valley -- Economic aspects.

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    Statementby Walter B. Moore.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 83 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14270673M

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Off-site costs of soil erosion in the Willamette Valley of Oregon by Walter B. Moore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Downloadable. This study attempts to provide relative magnitudes of average and marginal costs of off-site sediment-related costs in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Water treatment; road, river channel, and dam maintenance; and hydroelectric generation are examined. Road maintenance and water treatment are nonnegligible average cost items.

These costs should not be interpreted as justification for. A team of university researchers studying agricultural activities in Oregon’s Willamette Valley found that when all of the off-site costs of soil erosion are taken into account, such as keeping navigation channels clear and treating municipal water supplies, the total cost amounts to as much as $ million annually –not accounted for in.

A team of university researchers studying agricultural activities in Oregon’s Willamette Valley found that when all of the off-site costs of soil erosion are taken into account, such as keeping navigation channels clear and treating municipal water supplies, the total cost amounts to as much as $ million annually –not accounted for in.

Farm Level Response to Agricultural Effluent Control Strategies: The Case of the Willamette Valley February American Journal of Agricultural Economics 17(01). Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.

abatement of multiple production externalities feet per acre ( x 10 4 m3/ha)) at a modest fixed cost of approximately $8 per acre foot ($ x 10 -3 m-3). McCarl, Bruce A. Resume Sept, "Off-Site Costs of Soil Erosion: A Case Study in the Willamette Valley," Western Journal of Agricultural Economics, 12(1).

Moore WB, McCarl BA () Off-site costs of soil erosion: a case study in the Willamette valley. West J Agric Econ –49 Google Scholar Mu JE, McCarl BA, Wein AM () Adaptation to climate change: changes in farmland use and stocking rate in the U.S.

Mitig Adapt Strat Glob Chang – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. RESTORING RARE NATIVE HABITATS IN THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY A Landowner’s Guide for Restoring Oak Woodlands, Wetlands, Prairies, and Bottomland Hardwood and Riparian Forests. By Bruce H. Campbell By. CONTENTS Page Erosion Rates and Sediment Yields Meteorology Aquatic or Marine Ecosystems Plant Competition Impact Monitoring Water Temperature Suspended Sediment Dissolved Oxygen Specific Conductance Predicting Effects Background Soil Erosion 17/4 Megahan Erosion Model Water Temperature Peak Flow Accentuation and.

Soil erosion from the logged- burned plots averaged 56 Ibs/ acre the. first year after burning, but then increased to Ib/acre in the second year, while none of the -unburned plots pro- duced any soil erosion from snow- melt flow during the 7 years fcllovinr turnip.:.

Yes, Mark Shepard talks about an open oak savannah, which, surprisingly, is our natural habitat here in the WIllamette Valley of Oregon where my food forest is.

The highest trees are grow are 15 foot semi dwarves. There is space between the trees for light to penetrate. Oregon, like the federal government, is committed to a goal of “no-net-loss” of wetlands.

Both also require mitigation if wetland loss is deemed unavoidable. Mitigation can be on-site, off-site, compensated through purchase of credit in an authorized mitigation bank, or a “payment-in-lieu” of mitigation.

Investing in sustainable agriculture by converting farms to 'beyond organic' $50m under management east of San Francisco and in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. for protection against erosion Author: Ellie Winninghoff.

Age class structure varies in mixed stands with a California black oak component. In stands where fire has been excluded, there is a trend towards mostly mature (>50 years) California black oaks, few seedlings and sprouts, and almost no saplings [].In a Placer County, California, mixed-conifer-California black oak stand, mean California black oak age was years, ranging from 58 to years [].

Full text of "Annotated Bibliography on Soil Erosion and Erosion Control in Subarctic and High-Latitude Regions of North America" See other formats. The impacts to riparian areas are manifested in the quality of adjacent waterbodies throughout the United States. Only about two percent of the nation’s streams and rivers are classified as having high water quality (Benke, ).

Inthe Willamette Valley experienced extensive flooding resulting in millions of dollars in damage and disaster declarations by 18 counties Each year since, at least one or two communities along the Columbia River and its tributaries experience extensive rain that causes flooding.

Lake Roosevelt, Source: Brian Gruber. (d) Reduced matrix. Soil horizons whose color has a value of 4 or more and a chroma of 2 or less with hues that are often, but not exclusively, on the grey pages of the Munsell Color Book.

On exposure to air, yellow colors form within 24 hours as some of the ferrous iron oxidizes. (e) Dark colored soils with organic matter accumulation. Shoulder season packages and deals abound at the property, which offers dining, golf, recreation amenities and off-site itineraries.

FALL \ b e n d m a g a z i n e. c o m. Fifty years ago today, my U.S. senator at the time, Gaylord Nelson, designated April 22 as Earth Day, a day for Americans to speak out about environmental “conservation governor” of Wisconsin for two terms and U.S. senator for 18 years, Nelson struggled at putting environmental issues in a prominent place in politics, but eventually succeeded.Impacts of timber harvest vary among species, physical habitats and regions of the Pacific Northwest.

Populations of giant salamanders increased following clear cutting in the Oregon Cascades, while in the Oregon Coast Range long-term effects of logging were negative and .Agricultural residues are an excellent alternative to using virgin wood fiber for many reasons. Aside from their abundance and renewability, using agricultural residues will benefit farmers, industry and human health and the environment.

Wheat straw, for example, is being grown at yields of between 1 .