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Slake test measurements from cheatgrass-invaded experiment plots in the northern Great Basin, 2004

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Start Date
2004-04
End Date
2004-07

Summary

The dataset is presented in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that contains slake test data from IRS Experiment 1 plots in eastern OR, southern ID, northern NV, and northern UT.

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FRE30351.xml
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Purpose

The slake test is a qualitative test which measures the stability of soil when it is exposed to rapid wetting. This dataset was developed to examine the effects of management strategies (i.e., seeding with a rangeland drill) on soil stability at cheatgrass-invaded plots in the Great Basin.

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  • Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

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