Amarix Spp. (Salt Cedar), an Invasive Exotic Woody Plant in Arid and Semi-Arid Riparian Habitats of Western USA. Brock, J. H. In de Waal, L. C.; Child, L. E.; Wade, P. M.; and Brock, J. H., editors, Ecology and Management of Invasive Riverside Plants, pages 27–44. John Wiley & Sons.
Amarix Spp. (Salt Cedar), an Invasive Exotic Woody Plant in Arid and Semi-Arid Riparian Habitats of Western USA [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
The taxonomy, distribution in western USA, morphology, physiology and ecology of Tamarix spp. are reviewed. There are 4 main techniques for vegetative management: biological, fire, mechanical and chemical. Flooding can also be used as a control method.
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  title = {Amarix Spp. (Salt Cedar), an Invasive Exotic Woody Plant in Arid and Semi-Arid Riparian Habitats of Western {{USA}}},
  booktitle = {Ecology and Management of Invasive Riverside Plants},
  author = {Brock, J. H.},
  editor = {de Waal, L. C. and Child, L. E. and Wade, P. M. and Brock, J. H.},
  date = {1994},
  pages = {27--44},
  publisher = {{John Wiley \& Sons}},
  location = {{New York}},
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  abstract = {The taxonomy, distribution in western USA, morphology, physiology and ecology of Tamarix spp. are reviewed. There are 4 main techniques for vegetative management: biological, fire, mechanical and chemical. Flooding can also be used as a control method.},
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