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Greenville, South Carolina
Runoff and erosion are also addressed by planting native wildflower meadows on the shore. They intercept and absorb more surface runoff than turfgrass, and also add more color, structure, and diversity.
Worthen, Wade, "Native wildflowers" (2008). Furman Lake Restoration Images. 77.
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Furman University; Environmental sciences; Lake restoration; Ecological integrity; Ecosystem management; Water quality; Revegetation; Ecological engineering