Regional Highlights from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States

Regional Highlights from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States

Date: June 2009
Creator: U.S. Global Change Research Program
Description: This fact sheet draws highlights for Alaska from the Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States.
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Regional Highlights from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States

Regional Highlights from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States

Date: June 2009
Creator: U.S. Global Change Research Program
Description: This fact sheet draws information from the Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States report that describes how climate change affects coastal areas in the United States.
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Regional Highlights from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States

Regional Highlights from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States

Date: 2009
Creator: U.S. Global Change Research Program
Description: This fact sheet describes climate change scenarios for islands of the United States.
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A Study of Soil Erosion and its Control in the United States with Special Reference to Texas

A Study of Soil Erosion and its Control in the United States with Special Reference to Texas

Date: June 1939
Creator: Merrell, Jesse Byron
Description: A study of soil erosion in the United States, especially in Texas, which brings attention to the causes of soil erosion under the existing system of farm management. The material gathered and compiled and arranged under certail main heading. Two chapters deal with present and immediate causes of erosions and their results. One full chapter takes up the history of the conservation movement and attempts to show how slow Texans have been in comparison with some of the other states of the United States. The study calls for further research, teaching of better land-use, raising awareness of soil erosion causes and conditions.
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Dust storms come from the poorer lands.

Dust storms come from the poorer lands.

Date: September 1949
Creator: Finnell, H. H. (Henry Howard), b. 1894.
Description: Describes the different classifications of land and the effect soil erosion has on the quality of land and its future for crop production. Contains the results of an extensive study.
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Terracing farm lands.

Terracing farm lands.

Date: 1924
Creator: Ramser, C. E. (Charles Ernest), b. 1885.
Description: Discusses terracing as a way to prevent soil erosion. Provides instructions for building and maintaining terraces.
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Use the land and save the soil.

Use the land and save the soil.

Date: September 1949
Creator: Musser, R. H.
Description: This bulletin briefly answers the questions: "What is soil and water conservation?" and "How does the Soil Conservation Service help farmers and landowners?"
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Our remaining land : we can use it and save it.

Our remaining land : we can use it and save it.

Date: June 1949
Creator: United States. Soil Conservation Service.
Description: Discusses the condition of the remaining productive land in the United States and the risk of losing it to soil erosion. Describes conservation efforts including the use of land standards in conservation planning.
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Using tall fescue in soil conservation.

Using tall fescue in soil conservation.

Date: August 1949
Creator: Bailey, R. Y. (Richmond Young), b. 1893.
Description: Describes the characteristics of tall fescue and how it can contribute to soil conservation.
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Soil and water conservation in the Pacific Northwest.

Soil and water conservation in the Pacific Northwest.

Date: July 1937
Creator: Rowalt, E. M.
Description: Describes types of erosion and methods for preventing the erosion of soil by water and wind.
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