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Terrain sensitivity of Oregon coastal sand areas Public Deposited

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  • Based on a pilot study completed near Heceta Beach, Oregon, guidelines have been proposed for the development of Oregon coastal sand areas. The guidelines, in the form of performance standards are designed with respect to the variability of coastal sand areas. Landscape units and vegetation associations were grouped to reflect similar areas of environmental sensitivity. Performance standards are then proposed for the resulting sensitivity classes. In this way, flexibility has been incorporated into the report to allow for any differences between the study site and other coastal sand areas. The performance standards are also designed to provide planning officials with the capability of modifying the criteria to fit their specific location.
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