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    High organic matter in native plants helps soil hold water like a sponge and infiltrate most rain. • Native plants have a tremendous root architecture that builds soil quality and increases organic matter. • Devote at least 30 percent of green space (yards, parks, etc..) to native landscaping and direct runoff toward native landscaped areas.

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    A The gasoline used in the mowerB The soil in which the grass growsC The grass and other plants in the yardD The water from the sprinkler that keeps the grass alive 19. Electricity to play your radio can be made using renewable or nonrenewable resources.

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    – Reservoir for plant nutrients Hold water Gas exchange Anchorage for the plant • Soil based mix 2 parts loam soil,1 part sand, 1 part organic matter. Potting soil • Soil-less mix Peat (sphagnum) • Hold up to 60% of volume in water PowerPoint Presentation Author:

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    Growing plants Soil Quality is defined as the soil’s capacity to function. Critical soil functions include the ability to support plant growth and productivity, nutrient cycling, and water partitioning. Soil quality can affect plant establishment and vigor, community composition, and colonization of invasive species.

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    Sand Gravel Loamy sand * Type C is the most common soil classification in Washington. Types of Protection Systems Sloping and Benching Shoring System Timber, Aluminum-Hydraulic Shield System Steel Shield Box, Aluminum Box Your Choices are: What are the protective system requirements? PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation

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    Feb 13, 2012· Soil Erosion Bare soil=soil in which no plants are growing More susceptible to erosion than soil covered by organic matter Erosion: normal and natural process Constant movement of wind and water on Earth’s surface Drawbacks: Removes valuable top soil Over 25 billion tons of soil lost due to wind and water erosion Erosion can lead to

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    Times New Roman Arial Arial Narrow Wingdings Arial Black Verdana Generic 1_Generic Microsoft Photo Editor 3.0 Photo FILTRATION Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Filtration Mechanisms Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Diagrammatic layout of sand filters Typical multimedia filter Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide

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    Plants were grown in 3:1 mixture of sterilized silica sand to field soil. Microbial wash prepared by removing mycorrhizal propagules (filtration to 8μm) from a

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    A The gasoline used in the mowerB The soil in which the grass growsC The grass and other plants in the yardD The water from the sprinkler that keeps the grass alive 19. Electricity to play your radio can be made using renewable or nonrenewable resources.

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    Growing plants Soil Quality is defined as the soil’s capacity to function. Critical soil functions include the ability to support plant growth and productivity, nutrient cycling, and water partitioning. Soil quality can affect plant establishment and vigor, community composition, and colonization of invasive species.

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    Sand filtration prone to channeling Removes particles including bacteria Protozoa. Ultrafiltration Plant will remove microns as small as 0.03 micrometers (µm Minneapolis Water Treatment Ultrafiltration Relative sizes: red blood cells 4 to 10 µm Viruses 0.02 to 0.09 µm

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    Some microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, decompose the remains of plants and animals. These remains are decayed organic matter called . humus. It contains nutrients that plants need to grow. Larger animals, such as earthworms and moles, loosen and mix the soil as they burrow, increasing the air in the soil and its ability to drain water.

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    Particulate (not soluble) includes sand, dust, soot. Stains. Material bound in the fabric that must be modified and/or removed with chemical treatments . Attempted before cleaning, during cleaning (prespotted), or after cleaning (post spotted) The Textile Cleaning Process. Soils and Stains

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    Sand Gravel Loamy sand * Type C is the most common soil classification in Washington. Types of Protection Systems Sloping and Benching Shoring System Timber, Aluminum-Hydraulic Shield System Steel Shield Box, Aluminum Box Your Choices are: What are the protective system requirements? PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation

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    Times New Roman Arial Arial Narrow Wingdings Arial Black Verdana Generic 1_Generic Microsoft Photo Editor 3.0 Photo FILTRATION Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Filtration Mechanisms Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Diagrammatic layout of sand filters Typical multimedia filter Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide

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    Plant gene flow is a natural process that occurs when pollen from one plant lands on the flower of another plant and produces a hybrid offspring. Gene flow can produce hybrid offspring with new traits that could change the ability of the plant to survive and spread.

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    Each little round sphere, called a conidia, is like the seed of a plant and can give rise to another organism. Not only do fungi decompose organic materials in the soil and recycle nutrients but some have unique ways of getting their food. This view shows a fungus that has developed a trapping structure (see the round circles) to capture

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    Plants were grown in 3:1 mixture of sterilized silica sand to field soil. Microbial wash prepared by removing mycorrhizal propagules (filtration to 8μm) from a

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    A The gasoline used in the mowerB The soil in which the grass growsC The grass and other plants in the yardD The water from the sprinkler that keeps the grass alive 19. Electricity to play your radio can be made using renewable or nonrenewable resources.

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    Particulate (not soluble) includes sand, dust, soot. Stains. Material bound in the fabric that must be modified and/or removed with chemical treatments . Attempted before cleaning, during cleaning (prespotted), or after cleaning (post spotted) The Textile Cleaning Process. Soils and Stains

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    Sand Hill Energy Center (6) LM6000 PC Aeroderivative Gas Turbines (4) Units in 2001 (2) Units in 2010. Combined Cycle Unit. 1x1. 7FA Gas Turbine. D11 Steam Turbine

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    Some microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, decompose the remains of plants and animals. These remains are decayed organic matter called . humus. It contains nutrients that plants need to grow. Larger animals, such as earthworms and moles, loosen and mix the soil as they burrow, increasing the air in the soil and its ability to drain water.

  • Excavation and Trenching Hazards and how to control them

    Sand Gravel Loamy sand * Type C is the most common soil classification in Washington. Types of Protection Systems Sloping and Benching Shoring System Timber, Aluminum-Hydraulic Shield System Steel Shield Box, Aluminum Box Your Choices are: What are the protective system requirements? PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation

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    plants that provide most of the country’s drinking water. (underground layer of rock and sand that contains water). Unfortunately, the aquifers are in jeopardy because more water is taken out than is replenished by rain. PowerPoint Presentation Last modified by:

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    Disclaimer. IMPORTANT: The information in this presentation is of a general nature, and should not be relied upon as individual professional advice. If necessary, legal advice should be obtained from a legal practitioner with expertise in the field of Work Health and Safety law (SA).

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    Each little round sphere, called a conidia, is like the seed of a plant and can give rise to another organism. Not only do fungi decompose organic materials in the soil and recycle nutrients but some have unique ways of getting their food. This view shows a fungus that has developed a trapping structure (see the round circles) to capture

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    Times New Roman Arial Arial Narrow Wingdings Arial Black Verdana Generic 1_Generic Microsoft Photo Editor 3.0 Photo FILTRATION Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Filtration Mechanisms Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Diagrammatic layout of sand filters Typical multimedia filter Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide

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    Sand, silt, clay. 25% Water. 25% Air. 5% Organic matter. Dead, decaying plants, animals and other organisms. Topsoil. Subsoil. Bedrock. Image courtesy of USDA NRCS. Slide 3: What on Earth is soil? Soil is a complex mixture of minerals, water, airand organic matter from dead, decaying plants

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    The dominant plant species are fire-adapted and tolerant of seasonal drought. One species (X) lives in the bottom of the container near the soil and sand and feeds from the scraps that fall to the bottom. The other species (Y) spends its time swimming in the open water and feeds from the food at the surface. PowerPoint Presentation Last

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    Soil testing Volcano Dreaming Panel 4 Soil observation Place some soil between your thumb and forefinger Manipulate the soil to feel the texture The soil texture is: grainy if the soil is made up of large-sized pieces and feels gritty, like sand silky if the soil is made of medium-sized pieces and feels powdery, like silt sticky if the soil is made of small pieces and feels gummy, like wet