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The health of soils along roadways is critical for maximizing habitat quality and minimizing negative ecological effects of roads. Adjacent to unpaved roads, soil chemistry may be altered by the deposition of dust, as well as by road treatment with dust suppressants or soil stabilizer products. If present in roadside soils, these product residues may be available to plants, terrestrial invertebrates, or small mammals. Unfortunately, very few studies have attempted to track the transport of dust suppressants after application. As part of a larger ongoing study on the environmental effects of dust suppressant products on roadside plants and animals, we sampled roadside soils at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge...


    map background search result map search result map Creating a detailed vegetation classification and digital vegetation map for Loess Bluffs NWR Soil chemistry adjacent to roads treated with dust control products at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge Creating a detailed vegetation classification and digital vegetation map for Loess Bluffs NWR Soil chemistry adjacent to roads treated with dust control products at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge