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Shelterbelts in the Steppes of Russia

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For many years Russian scientists have experimented with shelterbelts in a region similar to our Plains. The author is a venerable member of this group of scientists and is highly regarded as the originator of scientific shelterbelt technique and as an investigator of the effects of such protective plantings. In this article he discusses the effects of shelterbelts on wind amelioration, on the fixing of driving snow and sand, on the soil moisture, and on the crops in the protected areas. His article answers many questions raised by foresters not familiar with the snbject.

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Kharkov, Ukraine, U.S.S.R.

Publication date: 1935-09-01

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