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    • Annual report

    • Oklahoma. Department of Environmental Quality--Periodicals.; Environmental protection--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • .... to enhance the quality of life in Oklahoma and protect the health of its citizens by protecting, preserving and restoring the water, land and air of the state, thus fostering a clean, attractive, healthy, prosperous and sustainable environment.
    • Southern climate monitor.

    • Arkansas--Climate--Periodicals.; Louisiana--Climate--Periodicals.; Mississippi--Climate--Periodicals.; Oklahoma--Climate--Periodicals.; Texas--Climate--Periodicals.; Tennessee--Climate--Periodicals.; Southern states--Climate--Periodicals.;...
    • The Monitor is an experimental climate outreach and engagement product of the Southern Regional Climate Center and Southern Impacts Planning Program.
    • 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...
    • Fire effects in native plant communities

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Environmental aspects.; Endemic plants.;
    • Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies, shrublands, and forests throughout Oklahoma....
    • Connections, 06-07/2013 v.1 no.4

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    • Director's Corner, J. Neil Henderson; AIDPC Spotlight, Kama King; American Indian Culture, Drying Corn; Character, HF Stein after J Neil Henderson; Traditional Cooking, Roasted Corn on the Cob; American Indian Language, How Do You Say Hello?;
    • Fire effects in Oklahoma

    • Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Oklahoma--History.; Prescribed burning--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Introduction and Historical Overview Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies, shrublands,...

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