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Trees and Shrubs for Windbreaks in Hawaii

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Title: Trees and Shrubs for Windbreaks in Hawaii
Authors: Shigeura, Gordon T.
McCall, Wade W.
Keywords: windbreaks
conservation buffers
Issue Date: Sep 1982
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Shigeura GT, McCall WW. 1982. Trees and shrubs for windbreaks in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI); University of Hawaii. 60 p. (Circular; 447).
Series/Report no.: Circular
Abstract: Winds in Hawaii consist of the normal northeasterly trade winds and storm winds of greater velocity from various other directions. The publication listed numerous species, either tall upright trees for orchard and shelter belt use, shrubs for closer protection of field crops, or species tolerant of salt and wind for protecting shoreline landscapes. Some of the species included are no longer recommended because of their invasive nature.
Pages/Duration: 60 pages
Appears in Collections:Circular 1, 1960 - 1983

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