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Native Plants For Southeast Virginia Including Hampton Roads Region, Virginia Institute Of Marine Science – Center For Coastal Resources Management, Virginia Coastal Zone Management Program - Virginia Department Of Environmental Quality, Partner Organizations Oct 2016

Native Plants For Southeast Virginia Including Hampton Roads Region, Virginia Institute Of Marine Science – Center For Coastal Resources Management, Virginia Coastal Zone Management Program - Virginia Department Of Environmental Quality, Partner Organizations

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This guide showcases the attractive variety of plants native to Southeast Virginia, which includes the Hampton Roads region. Native plant species have evolved within specific areas and been dispersed through their range without known human involvement. These plants form the primary structure of the living landscape and provide food and shelter for native animal species.


Field Guide To Virginia Salt And Brackish Marsh Plants, Virginia Institute Of Marine Science, Center For Coastal Resources Management Jan 2007

Field Guide To Virginia Salt And Brackish Marsh Plants, Virginia Institute Of Marine Science, Center For Coastal Resources Management

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No abstract provided.


Status And Trends Of Phragmites Australis Invasion Within Constructed Wetlands In Virginia, Kirk J. Havens, Harry Berquist, Walter I. Priest Iii, James E. Perry, John Anderson, Libby Norris Feb 2002

Status And Trends Of Phragmites Australis Invasion Within Constructed Wetlands In Virginia, Kirk J. Havens, Harry Berquist, Walter I. Priest Iii, James E. Perry, John Anderson, Libby Norris

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No abstract provided.


Increasing The Probability Of Success In Restored Forested Wetlands, Kirk J. Havens, Gene Silberhorn Mar 1999

Increasing The Probability Of Success In Restored Forested Wetlands, Kirk J. Havens, Gene Silberhorn

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This study investigated survival and growth of two distinct ecotypic populations, with varying tolerance to waterlogging, of four species, Taxodium distichum (L.) Richard, Carpinus caroliniana Walt., Quercus michauxii Nutt. and Quercus pagoda Raf. (Syn. Q.falcata var. pagodifolia Ell.).


Values And Management Strategies For Nonvegetated Tidal Wetlands, Louise Theberge, Donald F. Boesch Dec 1978

Values And Management Strategies For Nonvegetated Tidal Wetlands, Louise Theberge, Donald F. Boesch

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Part I. Values and Management Strategies for Nonvegetated Tidal Wetlands: A Summary

Part II. The Resource Ecology of Nonvegetated Wetlands: A Review