invasive species removal program by following up on treated areas to ensure that the invasive species have been eradicated, conducting initial treatment in untreated areas on the Lower Quinault River, revegetating
treated riparian areas to prevent invasive species from growing back, and developing a native plant watershed-based stewardship plan.
Barrick's efforts have included water treatment, restoring the Margajita River's pH to a level low enough that the waters have returned to their natural color and quality; revegetating
3,500 hectares (8,650 acres) of land to prevent soil erosion; and removing 180,000 [m.
For instance, seed from native grass plants, needed for revegetating
publicly owned lands in the western United States, is being sorted to rid it of seeds of unwanted plant species.
The introductory chapter discusses the importance of revegetating
the Australian landscape.
When the company ceases to use an area for depositing tailings, that's when the crew will take a more permanent approach to dust suppression, revegetating
the area with tree seedlings grown in Vale's own greenhouse.
An active member of the Warriparinga Wetlands community group outside of Adelaide, Nele and her team are revegetating
the banks of the Sturt River at this site significant to the Kaurna people.
Contributors from biological, earth and environmental, and crop sciences assess ecological and cost-effective strategies for revegetating
landscapes that receive little enough precipitation that they are classified as arid zones.
It also aims at revegetating
lands, maintaining plants species, increasing the biological diversity, allowing researchers and students to benefit from the reserve in the field of scientific research and enlightening the locals about the ways of achieving the success of the project.
Farmers can be paid for reducing stocking rates or strategically grazing vital areas of habitat, leaving fallen timber on the ground or reintroducing it, fencing and revegetating
areas and controlling foxes and other pest species" said Sally Dye, MCMA Board Member.
roadsides with native plants is key to managing environmental impacts and improving conditions for healthy ecosystems.
This study uses data collected from 60 sites over 16 years to compare revegetating
sites and natural reference sites.
Kazuya Kurita, a professor at the Tokyo University of Agriculture, discussed Japan's success in revegetating
alpine regions of that country that have been heavily impacted by tourism.