Erosion control

Griffin, Jeff
July 1998
Underground Construction;Jul98, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p45
Trade Publication
Details the inclusion of erosion control programs in construction projects. Background on efforts to prevent soil erosion; Several methods of soil erosion; General categories of erosion control at construction sites; Used of straw bales and silt fences for short-term runoff control; Information resources for erosion control.


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