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Volcanic soils yield new clues about the emergence of powerful chiefdoms in Hawaii
...elds including rows of earthen walls once used as windbreaks
are still visible on the 25-square-mile site, most of which is now on private ranchland. Kohalas last eruption occurred about 150,000 years ago long before the Polynesians arrived. "Human settlement and farming in the region began [around] 1200 to...
As the grasslands change and disappear, what happens to the birds?
...e also been planted throughout the area for use as windbreaks
and shelterbelts. Coppedge's team found that the increase of trees in the area was beneficial to certain kinds of neotropical migrant birds, specifically those which prefer woody habitat such as Yellow-billed Cuckoos, Great-crested Flycatchers, and M...
South Dakota windbreaks need renovation
...ple aren't the only things that age. South Dakota windbreaks
and shelterbelts, planted in the 1920's and 1930's...ry stated, "without replanting or renovation these windbreaks
will break apart and the risk to agriculture from wind damage will increase." In addition, severe we...
Evergreens help block pesticide from crop fields
... which makes the need for windbreaks
even more important, he added. ...te a task force to review windbreaks
as a viable pesticide drift mitigation strategy for the United States. ...