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Vegetation allocation for meeting site requirements

, : Vegetation allocation for meeting site requirements. Developing strategies for rangeland management: 35-116

The relationships between land use activities, vegetation and other types of cover; and infiltration of water into the soil profile and erosion caused by wind and water are reviewed and discussed.

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