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Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins 9 miles south of Shawnees trading post on Rio Chaco, above the mouth of Coal Creek, Vacinte Valley, looking southeast. 1906.
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Vegetation at AZRU was mapped and classified by a combination of plot data field visits and photointerpretation. The protocols and standards used are those for small parks and are described in the NPS/BRD program documents (National Mapping Program Field Methods for Vegetation Mapping (1994a) for small parks (section 5.1). BOR was contracted by the Southern Colorado Plateau Network in 2005 to map approximately 1,230 acres (~ 500 ha) of Aztec Ruins National Monument and environs. Vegetation mapping for AZRU encompassed both the executive boundary of AZRU and a 0.5 km environ buffer. More information, including a project report with detailed description of the land cover classes, is available at: http://biology.usgs.gov/npsveg/azru/...
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Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins on the west bank of the Animas River. Circa 1920.
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These data are daily climate, water balance, and soil moisture data for 300 plots in the National Park Service (NPS) Southern Colorado Plateau Network (SCPN) Inventory & Monitoring (I&M) network. Climate data was collected from a gridded, daily climate dataset, Daymet (https://daymet.ornl.gov/). Climate, alongside field-collected soils (SoilDepthsByPlot.csv) and vegetation information, were then used to drive a point based, daily, multi soil-layer, ecosystem water-balance model, SOILWAT2 (https://github.com/DrylandEcology/SOILWAT2). SCPN plots were established to capture the range of ecosystem conditions present in this network. Plant communities of the SCPN are a vital sign for this region, enhancing habitat, stabilizing...
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These data were simulated using the SOILWAT model and were intended to characterize soil-water conditions at different ecological sites on the Southern Colorado Plateau. SOILWAT is a daily, site-specific, multi soil-layer, ecosystem water-balance model, driven by daily meteorology, as well as site soil texture and vegetation. The sites simulated correspond with Inventory and Monitoring (I&M) plots established by the National Park Service’s (NPS) Southern Colorado Plateau Network (SCPN), which were established to capture the range of ecosystem conditions present in this network. Plant communities of the Southern Colorado Plateau Network (SCPN) are a vital sign for this region, enhancing habitat, stabilizing soils,...
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Vegetation at AZRU was mapped and classified by a combination of plot data field visits and photointerpretation. The protocols and standards used are those for small parks and are described in the NPS/BRD program documents (National Mapping Program Field Methods for Vegetation Mapping (1994a) for small parks (section 5.1). BOR was contracted by the Southern Colorado Plateau Network in 2005 to map approximately 1,230 acres (~ 500 ha) of Aztec Ruins National Monument and environs.Vegetation mapping for AZRU encompassed both the executive boundary of AZRU and a 0.5 km environ buffer.
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Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins 10 miles up Vacinti Valley from Chaco Canyon. 1906.


    map background search result map search result map Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins on the west bank of the Animas River. Circa 1920. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins 9 miles south of Shawnees trading post on Rio Chaco, above the mouth of Coal Creek, Vacinte Valley, looking southeast. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins 10 miles up Vacinti Valley from Chaco Canyon. 1906. Vegetation and Land Cover of Aztec Ruins National Monument and surroundings, New Mexico Aztec Ruins National Monument Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Simulated Soil Water Potential in National Parks and Monuments of the Southern Colorado Plateau, 1915-2099—Data Daily Climate and Soil Moisture Data for the Southern Colorado Plateau Network Parks, 1980 - 2018 Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins on the west bank of the Animas River. Circa 1920. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins 9 miles south of Shawnees trading post on Rio Chaco, above the mouth of Coal Creek, Vacinte Valley, looking southeast. Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico. Aztec ruins 10 miles up Vacinti Valley from Chaco Canyon. 1906. Vegetation and Land Cover of Aztec Ruins National Monument and surroundings, New Mexico Aztec Ruins National Monument Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Simulated Soil Water Potential in National Parks and Monuments of the Southern Colorado Plateau, 1915-2099—Data Daily Climate and Soil Moisture Data for the Southern Colorado Plateau Network Parks, 1980 - 2018