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More articles on Shoreline Management can be found in the curriculum for the Coastal Training Program. Click here to view the Table of Contents.

Living on the Edge – and Beyond
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Crisis on the Rural/Urban Interface
[PDF]
A Summary of Forest Succession in the Pacific Northwest
[PDF]
Value, Benefits and Limitations of Vegetation in Reducing Erosion
[PDF]
Vegetation and Erosion—A Literature Survey
[PDF]
The Tree and The Soil
[PDF]
Some Invasive Non-Native Plants to Avoid Using in Landscape and Restoration Projects, a Partial List for the Puget Sound Area
[PDF]
Relationship between Degrees, Percent Slope, and Ratio to Express Slope Gradient
[PDF]
Plant Indicator Species of Coastal Forested Slopes
[PDF]
Reading the Land: Vegetational Clues of Slope History and Stability
[PDF]
Trees, Soils, Geology, and Slope Stability
[PDF]
Preserving Native Vegetation to Reduce Stormwater Impacts
[PDF]
Tree Removal on Steep Slopes of Puget Sound Shorelines
[PDF]
Low Impact Development Techniques for Wooded Shoreline Homesites
[PDF]
How to Prevent Injury and Damage to Trees Before, During, and After Construction Projects
[PDF]
Restoring Native Vegetation on Coastal Bluffs in Puget Sound – An Overview
[PDF]
Slope Revegetation: A Checklist of Factors to Consider
[PDF]
"Bio-structural" Erosion Control: Incorporating Vegetation in Engineering Designs to Protect Puget Sound Shorelines
[PDF]
Conceptual Description of a Soft-Shore Alternative to Marine Bulkheads and Revetments:  The "Root Wall"
[PDF]
Glossary of Useful Terms for Vegetation Management and Restoration
[PDF]
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Making a Home in the Woods [PDF]
Some Good Examples of What to Do, and What not to Do
Protecting Riparian Area Values [PDF]
A Stormwater Story - "Drip and Splat" [PDF]
Saving Native Trees in the Pacific Northwest [PDF]
Shoreline Management Handout PDF]
Forest Land Conversion in Washington State [PDF]
Before Buying Land [PDF]
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More articles on Shoreline Management can be found in the curriculum for the Coastal Training Program. Click here to view the Table of Contents.

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