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Revegetation of gold placer mining spoils, Sterling Creek, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Tree and shrub revegetation on mining spoils of an abandoned gold placer mine at Sterling Creek, Jackson County, Oregon were examined. Point-centered quarter and line-intercept methods of vegetation analysis were used to compile species lists and determine species density, frequency, mean basal area and dominance. A relation exists between the age and physical characteristics of the spoils and the above vegetation characteristics. Post herbaceous stages of plant succession were identified at the study site, and general characteristics of the successional trend determined.
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