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The Alaska Species Ranking System (ASRS) was developed as a tool to assist the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Wildlife Diversity Program and their partners with setting priorities for wildlife conservation as they move forward to implement Alaska’s Wildlife Action Plan and meet the conservation needs of Alaska’s wildlife. The ASRS provides a procedure for evaluating the status of terrestrial vertebrate taxa in Alaska with ranking criteria that are transparent and repeatable and results in outputs that can be used in a variety of ways for determining specific species and groups of species to focus conservation efforts on. We modified the Millsap et al. (1990) ranking system developed by the Florida Game...
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The Alaska Natural Heritage Program (AKNHP), University of Alaska Anchorage, visited Rohn Cabin 31 July 2013 to inventory and remove non-native plant species from BLM property at the site. This is the fourth year in which AKNHP has surveyed and treated non-native plants at Rohn Cabin. The ongoing treatment and survey activities occur for several reasons. First, this remote location is a hub of activity during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race; many people and large amount of materials are introduced to the site, including straw for sled dog bedding, which is a known vector for invasive plant propagules. This is a relatively well-known stop along the Iditarod Trail, and successful weed treatment here may encourage...


map background search result map search result map Invasive plant species monitoring and control-areas impacted by 2004 and 2005 fires in interior Alaska: A survey of Alaska BLM lands along the Dalton, Steese, and Taylor Highways. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Alaska State Office BLM-BAER Final Report. Invasive Plant Species Monitoring and Control: Areas Impacted by 2004 and 2005 Fires in Interior Alaska. A survey of Alaska BLM lands along the Dalton, Steese, and Taylor Highways Floristic survey of the Delta National Wild and Scenic River. Subitted to : Bureau of Land Management Glenallen Field Office 2008 Campbell Tract Non-native Plant Survey: Revisiting permanent monitoring transects established in 2006. Report funded and prepared for Bureau of Land Management Alaska State Office Non-Native Plant Management Plan for Campbell Tract, Anchorage, Alaska Monitoring & controlling invasive plants at Rohn Cabin: 2013 update Invasive Plant Monitoring in Unalakleet and Upriver 2012  Invasive Plant Management Guidance, McGrath, AK Invasive Plant Management Nixon Fork Mine, AK Biogeography of select avian species in Alaska’s National Parks Monitoring & controlling invasive plants at Rohn Cabin: 2013 update Invasive Plant Management Nixon Fork Mine, AK 2008 Campbell Tract Non-native Plant Survey: Revisiting permanent monitoring transects established in 2006. Report funded and prepared for Bureau of Land Management Alaska State Office Non-Native Plant Management Plan for Campbell Tract, Anchorage, Alaska  Invasive Plant Management Guidance, McGrath, AK Floristic survey of the Delta National Wild and Scenic River. Subitted to : Bureau of Land Management Glenallen Field Office Invasive Plant Monitoring in Unalakleet and Upriver 2012 Invasive plant species monitoring and control-areas impacted by 2004 and 2005 fires in interior Alaska: A survey of Alaska BLM lands along the Dalton, Steese, and Taylor Highways. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Alaska State Office BLM-BAER Final Report. Invasive Plant Species Monitoring and Control: Areas Impacted by 2004 and 2005 Fires in Interior Alaska. A survey of Alaska BLM lands along the Dalton, Steese, and Taylor Highways Biogeography of select avian species in Alaska’s National Parks