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    • Using tree ring analysis to determine fire history in the Oklahoma Ozarks

    • Dendochronology--Ozark Mountains.; Fire ecology--Ozark Mountains--History.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family nature and Wildlife Preserve--History.; Dendochronology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve.; J. T. Nickel...
    • To determine the fire history of an oak-pine forest, woodland, and savanna mosaic in the Oklahoma Ozarks, and to examine the key factors that historically influenced fire regimes in the region.
    • Dam maintenance guidelines

    • Dams--Maintenance and repair.
    • Properly maintaining a dam not only protects the dam and its owner, but the general public as well. A good maintenance program will protect a dam against deterioration, prolong its life, and greatly reduce the chance of failure.
    • Site disturbance and tree decline

    • Forest site quality--Oklahoma.; Forest declines--Oklahoma.
    • Retaining older, established trees in the landscape of newly constructed buildings, roads, sidewalks, or utilities is often a major objective of a landscape plan. Trees which are thought to be “saved” often go into a decline and die. In a few...
    • Helping trees recover from ice storms

    • Trees--Wounds and injuries.; Ice storms--Oklahoma.
    • The devastating ice storms damaged forests and community trees throughout southern and eastern Oklahoma. Ice accumulation adds extraordinary weight to trees, breaking stems and branches, or toppling them completely. Both pines and hardwoods were...
    • Oklahoma wetlands reference guide

    • Wetlands--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland conservation--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland animals--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland plants--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma Wetlands Reference Guide has been developed to help a variety of users in identifying and understanding the ecology of the most common natural wetland types found in Oklahoma. It is the authors’ intention that this book provides...
    • Hypoxylon canker of oaks

    • Oak--Diseases and pests.; Hypoxylon.; Fungal diseases of plants.
    • One of the greatest losses that a homeowner can experience is the loss of a tree. Not only is a tree an aesthetic part of the yard but it also provides shade for the homeowner as well as shelter for birds and other animals. Trees in the landscape...
    • Control of woody vegetation

    • Dams--Oklahoma--Maintenance and repair.
    • The establishment and control of proper vegetation is an important part of dam maintenance. Properly maintained vegetation can help prevent erosion of embankment and earth channel surfaces and aid in the control of burrowing animals. The...
    • Will my trees survive?

    • Trees--Wounds and injuries.; Ice storms--Oklahoma.
    • The severe ice storms heavily damaged forests and community trees across parts of Oklahoma. Tree owners face the dilemma of deciding whether a tree can be saved or whether it is damaged beyond repair. The information in this bulletin will help...
    • Lake guide : GRDA's Grand Lake, Lake Hudson and WR Holway Reservoir, 2014-2015

    • Grand River Dam Authority.; Lakes--Oklahoma.; Grand Lake (Okla.); Hudson, Lake (Mayes County, Okla.); W. R. Holway Reservoir (Mayes County, Okla.)
    • Welcome to GRDA Lakes; In the pages of this special edition GRDA Summer Currents/LakeGuide I hope you will find much information that will prove to be helpful and informative to you, whether you are a full time residents of the lakes area or...
    • Shade tree borers

    • Borers (Insects)--Control.; Shade trees--Diseases and pests.
    • The term “borer” refers to the larval stage of some beetles and moths that feed inside the stems, branches, or trunks of plants, particularly woody plants. For example, roundheaded and flatheaded borers are the larvae of longhorned beetles and...
    • Natural resource news

    • Wildlife management--Periodicals.; Range ecology--Periodicals.
    • In upcoming newsletters, we will introduce faculty, staff, and students in NREM and describe academic programs, cutting-edge research, and innovative outreach programs. We hope you share our excitement that articles in this newsletter will lead to...
    • City of Mangum community wildfire protection plan : an action plan for wildfire mitigation.

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma--Greer County--Prevention and control.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--Greer County.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma--Greer County.; Fire protection--Oklahoma--Greer County.; Wildland urban interface--Oklahoma--Greer...
    • The objectives of this plan/report are to set clear priorities for the implementation of wildfire mitigation in the identified community. This includes prioritized recommendations for the community as a whole and also for individual homeowners...
    • Town of Foss community wildfire protection plan.

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma--Washita County--Prevention and control.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--Washita County.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma--Washita County.; Fire protection--Oklahoma--Washita County.; Wildland urban...
    • The objectives of this plan/report are to set clear priorities for the implementation of wildfire mitigation in the identified community. This includes prioritized recommendations for the community as a whole and also for individual homeowners...
    • The aquahoman, 09/2013, v.9 no.1

    • From the Director's Desk by Dave engle, How much water does an eastern redcedar tree use?; OWRRI News: Advisory Board Meets to Select 2014 Funded Research projects by Mike Langston; Governor's Water Conference & Research Symposium; Rainwater...
    • Blue Thumb volunteer data interpretations

    • Stream conservation--Oklahoma.; Water quality--Oklahoma.; Stream ecology--Oklahoma.
    • For volunteers who want to know more, Blue Thumb holds data interpretation sessions to help volunteers understand the results of their monitoring efforts. When volunteers anlayze the data they have collected, interpret it, and then write about it,...
    • Managing ice-damaged forest stands

    • Trees--Wounds and injuries.; Ice storms--Oklahoma.
    • The devastating ice storms damaged numerous acres of forestlands in Oklahoma. Tree damage ranged from “light,” where small branches in treetops were broken, to “heavy,” where trees snapped off, toppled over or lost most of their branches....
    • Currents, fall 2012

    • Year-in-review; Changes come to GRDA Board during fall: New leadership, new membership...; GRDA joins Large Public Power Council; GRDA's Sullivan appointed to APPA Task Force on climate change, generation policy; KPMG completes GRDA efficiency...
    • Why do my trees have yellow leaves?

    • Chlorosis (Plants)
    • The leaves of most trees should be green, but sometimes in the Great Plains, tree leaves turn from green to yellow. It's a problem called chlorosis. Chlorisis is an abiotic (not caused by a living organism such as a fungus or virus) disease. It's...
    • [School Land Trust lease auction]

    • School lands--Oklahoma.
    • The Commissioners of the Land Office of the State of Oklahoma (CLO) invite bids on agricultural leases at public auction at the time and place shown...; This brochure will list the properties available for lease and most lease terms are for five...
    • Land judging in Oklahoma

    • Soils--Oklahoma--Quality.; Land use--Judging--Oklahoma.; Land capacity for agriculture--Judging--Oklahoma.
    • Judging Land Land judging is a recently added judging event in the field of agriculture. Land can be judged much like animals or crops. In judging crops, we look at the size, shape, and quality and determine which is the best. Similarly, when...
    • Common diseases of conifers in Oklahoma

    • Conifers--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.
    • Foliage diseases of conifers can be of great importance to the survival and general vigor of these trees in Oklahoma. The green needles of conifers often represent several years of growth and the tree depends upon all of these needles for its...
    • Intro to forestry

    • Oklahoma. Forestry Division.; Forests and forestry--Oklahoma.
    • HOW CAN WE HELP YOU? Oklahoma Forestry Services provides information and technical assistance to individuals, communities, organizations, and local governments about trees and forests, and how to care for one of the state’s most valuable natural...
    • Development of a probability survey design for lakes & reservoirs : final report.

    • Water quality--Oklahoma.; Water quality--Oklahoma--Measurement--Planning.; Lakes--Monitoring--Oklahoma.; Environmental impact analysis--Oklahoma.
    • This probability based survey collected samples representing lakes, ponds and reservoirs 10 acres in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma State Lakes Survey (OSLS) represents the first time 100 percent of the state’s lakes have been assessed in any fashion.
    • Field key to larvae in pecans

    • Pecan--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.; Larvae--Identification.
    • This key is designed to serve as a guide to identification of the more typical larvae of the common insect species found in pecans and on pecan trees in Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma hunting, fall 2013-spring 2014

    • This high-quality regulation guide is offered to you by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation through its unique partnership with J.F. Griffin Publishing, LLC.; The following are brief descriptions of regulation changes for the 2013-2014...
    • River currents, 10/2012, v.9 no.3

    • Upcoming Election Important to Future of OK's Water; OSRC Board and Agency news, Overview of the 2012 Summer Season; TMDL Expectations by Rick Stubblefield; Welcome New Maintenance Member, Charlie Thurber!; Spotlights in the River Basin, 2012...
    • Guidelines for engineering reports for wastewater projects

    • Sewage disposal--Oklahoma--Planning.; Sewage disposal, Rural--Oklahoma--Planning.; Government report writing--Oklahoma.
    • The following documents were created by a joint effort of the state and federal funding and regulatory agencies that make up the Funding Agency Coordinating Team (FACT) to provide water and wastewater applicants a single, uniform method for...


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