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economic feasibility of off-stream water and salt to reduce grazing pressure in riparian areas

Amy M. Stillings

economic feasibility of off-stream water and salt to reduce grazing pressure in riparian areas

by Amy M. Stillings

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Riparian ecology -- Oregon -- Union -- Econometric models.,
  • Grazing -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon -- Union -- Econometric models.,
  • Cattle -- Dispersal -- Oregon -- Union -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Amy M. Stillings.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination104 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15487964M

    Most of California's salmon and steelhead were, so to speak, evicted from their native habitats, and the runs declined or disappeared. Only a fraction of the original cornucopia remains. This book documents the story and pinpoints the way Californians have mistreated and exterminated most of the state's salmon and steelhead runs. landowner by installing fencing and off-stream watering facilities to allow for restoration of stream and riparian areas. An example of a local ongoing effort is the work done by the Penns Valley Conservation Association (PVCA). PVCA has been able to construct over 3 miles of fence line on 9 farms creating acres of protected buffer zone.

    The role of groundwater in achieving water security and approaches to its governance [Abstract Only]. In Germany. Institute for Technology and Resources Management (ITT). (Ed.). Water Security and Climate Change Conference, Cologne, Germany, September Book of . Salmon Creek Water Conservation Plan June iii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Salmon Creek is a rural, coastal watershed (Figure 1) with strong local support Agricultural landowners protected riparian areas through installing fencing to exclude cattle from certain areas. By using the self-survey to reduce water use, residents can improve the.

    Mapped area Figure no. Large format map Outcome no. Action focus Priority areas Terrestrial Conserve 15 (, , , , Conserve Terrestrial Repair 16 ( Repair Fauna key habitat 17 (, , Conserve &/or Repair Centres of endemism 18 (, , Conserve &/or Repair Climate change corridors 19 (, Conserve &/or. WWDR3 Water in a Changing World. Water and water systems must be managed to achieve social and economic xxvi Water in a changing world As development proceeds, with the shift to commercial and industrial activities in urban areas, water has to be managed for energy and food production, transportation, flood control, and drinking water.


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Economic feasibility of off-stream water and salt to reduce grazing pressure in riparian areas by Amy M. Stillings Download PDF EPUB FB2

Practices that attract cattle away from the riparian area, such as the use of off-stream water or supplementation, may reduce the likelihood of cattle causing damage. Managing a Riparian Paddock Flash grazing is grazing a paddock at a relatively high stocking density for a short period of time, typically involves not more than two to four Size: KB.

Livestock grazing in riparian areas is an important manage-ment issue on both private and public lands. A study was initiat-ed in northeastern Oregon to evaluate the economic and ecologi-cal impacts of different cattle management practices on riparian areas.

The effect of off-stream water and salt on livestock distrib. Dennis Child's 32 research works with 8 citations and reads, including: Numbers of Animals. Grazing, particularly improper grazing of riparian areas can contribute to nonpoint source pollution. Negative impacts downstream include the contamination of drinking water supplies (55% of Ohio s drinking water comes from surface water (Brown, )), eutrophication of Lake Erie (Richards et al., ), and hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico.

-Eugene Odum, Riparian areas are a resource with high economic and ecological values. In their natural forested state they provide crucial fish and wildlife habitat, and help control stream stability, flow and water quality. In addition, riparian areas are.

•Provide off-stream watering so livestock don’t have to enter the stream to drink. If this isn’t possible, provide controlled stream access points to encourage animals to drink in specific, managed locations. •Strategically place supplements such as salt and minerals away from riparian areas to encourage grazing in upland Size: 1MB.

Likewise, grazing management, such as riparian exclosures, off-stream watering facilities, rotational grazing, and reduced cattle stocking densities, can reduce. to undertake a feasibility study for providing raw water for agricultural irrigation purposes.

The overall objective of this study was “to provide a single or a range of options for providing raw water to the agricultural community in a manner that is technical feasible, financiallyFile Size: KB. Introduction. Cow/calf operators may use streams within riparian areas as a water source for livestock.

Cattle are attracted to riparian areas as they provide water, forage, and shade [].While grazing and watering in the riparian area, cattle may contribute to the removal of vegetation, soil compaction and erosion, and degradation of water quality [2,3].Cited by: 3.

Improved grazing distribution and pasture utilization >> Increased production Fencing and off stream water A cost benefits study of riparian restoration on the Mary River, Queensland reported on the benefits (derived from interviews with landholder, experts, literature searches and experiences reported that a positive economic return can be.

Costs for runoff control systems 4E: Grazing Management Highlight- Recommendations for grazing management in riparian areas Figure 4e-l.

Relationship between forage digestibility, the amount of forage ruminants can eat, and the amount of forage needed to meet nutrient requirements Figure 4e Livestock Grazing on Western Riparian Areas.

Northwest Resource Information Center (prepared for the USEPA), Eagle, ID. 45p. Abstract: This document is aimed at the broad and growing audience of people interested in improved management of livestock grazing on western riparian areas and adjacent uplands. Its purpose is to provide general insight.

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Off-stream water and salt attracted cattle into the uplands enough to significantly (p less than or equal to ) reduce development of uncovered and unstable streambanks from 9% in non-supplemented pastures to 3% in supplemented pastures. for use of this habitat by adults (Humphries, ).

However sampling of the off-stream aquatic wetland patches in early spring found considerable numbers of juvenile fish (length. farm reservoirs and tail water recovery under different ground water resource situations for a year period, with and without access to supplemental diverted surface water.

This study follows previous work by the authors that investigated the economics of on- farm reservoir investment. The Modified Arkansas Off-stream Reservoir Analysis (MARORA)Author: Eric J. Wailes, Kenneth B.

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Easily share your. The Denver Water Department has been investigating the feasibility of successive use of water since the late s. Pilot plant operation, marketing, public acceptance, legal and economic feasibility studies have been conducted since Direct potable reuse of sewage water will have to be demonstrated and tested before it can be practiced.

Off stream water source has proven to decrease grazing pressure in the riparian zone (Porath et al., ). Sheffield et al. () reported that installation of off stream. Scoping of irrigation scheme options in Northland Page | 13 The immediate banks of the Northern Wairoa, Kaihu, Awakino and Tangowahine Rivers tend to be higher than land back towards the hills resulting from coarser sediments as well as sands .2 This report should be cited as: San Francisco Estuary Institute.

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