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J. A. Liscinsky. 1995. Right-of-way site factors responsible for resistance of certain plant cover types to tree invasion. Fifth International Symposium on Environmental Concerns in Rights-of-Way Management, 7680. D. R. S. Ostfeld. 1995. Ecological perspectives on tree invasion in rights-of-way: quantifying variation among communities in resistance to tree invasion. Fifth International Symposium on Environmental Concerns in Rights-of-Way Management, 81-86. CN Utility Consulting, LLC. 2004. Utility Vegetation Management Final Report.

1974. Creation of relatively stable shrublands with herbicides: arresting "succession" on rights-ofway and pastureland. Ecology, 55: 784-795. , D. Hibbs, and L. Norris. 2003. Identifying plant communities resistant to conifer establishment along utility rightsof-way in Washington and Oregon. Journal of Arboriculture, 29: 173-177. , J. Zasada, P. Ryan, and M. Newton. 1991. Salmonberry clonal and population structure: The basis for a persistent cover. Ecology, 72: 609-618. W. A. White. 1997. Generating surfaces of daily meteorology variables over large regions of complex terrain.

The political and social environment was very positive toward the availability of electricity to a growing state and economy. Land management goals and environmental concerns have changed over the last 50 years. W. L. V. All rights reserved. Most landowners accepted the establishment of transmission corridors and the last fifty years of routine maintenance. Large mechanical mowers or brush rakes usually conducted initial clearing and the future maintenance. Some of the vegetation control in the early 60 s was also with the use of aerial applications of herbicides.

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