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Davenport living snow fence demonstration : ten-year survival and growth update

@inproceedings{Perleberg2015DavenportLS,
  title={Davenport living snow fence demonstration : ten-year survival and growth update},
  author={Andy Perleberg and Gary A. Kuhn and Brenda J. Hanley and D. J. Robinson and Donald P. Hanley and Gary A. Kuhn and Andy Perleberg},
  year={2015}
}
By Donald Hanley, PhD, Extension Forester Emeritus, School of the Environment, WSU, Gary Kuhn, State Forester, (retired), USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Spokane, Dennis J. Robinson, State Forester, (retired), USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Spokane, Andrew B. Perleberg, Extension Forester, WSU, Wenatchee, Brenda Hanley, PhD student, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Program, University of Idaho, Moscow TB06 

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