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Greenville, South Carolina
In spring 2007, the landscaping and grounds crew stopped mowing within the perimeter of the walking trail on the north and western shores. This resulted in a flush of shoreline vegetation, as seen in the photograph, that acted as an important buffer to surface runoff and as a deterrent to waterfowl.
Worthen, Wade, "Natural revegetation at Furman Lake" (2008). Furman Lake Restoration Images. 92.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Earth and Environmental Science
Furman University; Environmental sciences; Lake restoration; Ecological integrity; Ecosystem management; Water quality; Revegetation