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Environment and Natural Resources » Land Management

Displaying 16 to 20 of 112 Publications.

  • MF3358
    How Much Does Kansas Rangeland Burning Contribute to Ambient PM2.5?

    The smoke from rangeland burning has resulted in air quality concerns, and smoke exposure constitutes public health concerns. The organic particles in smoke can have negative health impacts. This publication examines the effect of rangeland burning on measures of particulate matter in urban areas affected by this smoke. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF2890
    Environmental Regulation Guide for Rural Kansans

    Laws and regulations, which may affect landowners, can be confusing. This guide is intended as an introduction to laws and regulations with which landowners may need to comply. It should help the reader identify basic regulatory concepts and find where to go for compliance information. Includes agency contact information. 8-page, b/w.

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  • MF3357
    How much does Kansas Rangeland Burning Contribute to Ambient Ozone?

    One of the major air quality concerns associated with rangeland burning in the Kansas Flint Hills region is the contribution of smoke to elevated ground level ambient ozone. This publication illustrates how the smoke impacts on populated cities may be reduced through proper timing of burning. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF2732
    Urban Water Quality Best Management Practices

    Best management practices can help urban water quality systems retain runoff and filter pollutants. Techniques outlined here provide a brief overview of how these systems can be designed and adapted to different circumstances relevant to an urban environment. 4 pages, color.

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  • SRL143
    Keeping up with Research: Factors Influencing the Adoption of Riparian Forest Buffers in the Tuttle Creek Reservoir Watershed of Kansas

    Permanent streamside trees, shrubs, and grasses reduce erosion, and problems of water quality and quantity. This study surveys the preferences of private landowners for streamside vegetation on agricultural land. 4-page, color.

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