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We used the 1981 historical imagery of the Escalante River, Utah in ArcGIS to quantify channel area and average width and quantify woody riparian vegetation cover in two reaches of the river. Reach 1 was approximately 15 river kilometers (rkms) long and located between Sand and Boulder creeks within Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Reach 2 was approximately 16 rkms in length, extending from the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area boundary to just upstream of Choprock Canyon. We delineated the extent of active channel. Active channel was defined as the portion of the channel free of vegetation. We also delineated fluvial geomorphic features such as point bars, mid-channel bars, lateral bars and floodplain....
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We used the 1951/1960 historical imagery of the Escalante River, Utah in ArcGIS to quantify channel area and average width and quantify woody riparian vegetation cover in two reaches of the river. Reach 1 was approximately 15 river kilometers (rkms) long and located between Sand and Boulder creeks within Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. For Reach 1 we used the earliest available imagery which was from 1960. Reach 2 was approximately 16 rkms in length, extending from the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area boundary to just upstream of Choprock Canyon. For Reach 2 the earliest imagery was from 1951. We delineated the extent of active channel. Active channel was defined as the portion of the channel free...
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Point locations for Russian olive stems aged in the field in two reaches along the Escalante River in fall of 2014 and spring through fall of 2015. Dataset includes information for each stem on diameter at stump height (DSH), age when the tree was cut, year it was cut, estimated year of establishment, and ArcGIS-estimated distances to the mapped 1981 active stream channel of the Escalante River.
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We analyzed historical aerial photography and used dendrochronology to quantify long-term spatial and temporal patterns of narrowing and vegetation expansion, including native cottonwood (Populus fremontii) and non-native Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia), along the largely unregulated Escalante River in Utah, USA. Our general study area was between the town of Escalante and Choprock Canyon, and we focused on two detailed study reaches within this broader area. The study reaches were in long, entrenched meander sections of river: an upper reach, Reach 1, was approximately 15 river kilometers (rkms) long and located between Sand and Boulder creeks within Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument; and a lower...
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Russian olive stems were aged in the field along two reaches of the Escalante River and neighboring agricultural towns of Boulder and Escalante in 2015. This dataset represents those aged stems, distilled by year and corresponding annual streamflow data from the Escalante River gage near Escalante, Utah and precipitation and drought index data from national datasets.
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We used the 2010 historical imagery of the Escalante River, Utah in ArcGIS to quantify channel area and average width and quantify woody riparian vegetation cover in two reaches of the river. Reach 1 was approximately 15 river kilometers (rkms) long and located between Sand and Boulder creeks within Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Reach 2 was approximately 16 rkms in length, extending from the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area boundary to just upstream of Choprock Canyon. We delineated the extent of active channel. Active channel was defined as the portion of the channel free of vegetation. We also delineated fluvial geomorphic features such as point bars, mid-channel bars, lateral bars and floodplain....


    map background search result map search result map Geomorphic, climate, streamflow and vegetation data sets to reconstruct channel, floodplain and vegetation changes associated with the invasion of Russian olive along the Escalante River, Utah 1950-2015 A polygon shapefile of bottomland vegetation cover and geomorphic features of the Escalante River, Utah mapped from 2010 aerial imagery Point locations of field-aged Russian olive stems along the Escalante River, Utah 2014-2015 A polygon shapefile of bottomland vegetation cover and geomorphic features of the Escalante River, Utah mapped from 1981 aerial imagery Annual numbers of Russian olive trees established along the Escalante River from field age data and corresponding annual streamflow and climate data A polygon shapefile of bottomland vegetation cover and geomorphic features of the Escalante River, Utah mapped from 1951/1960 aerial imagery A polygon shapefile of bottomland vegetation cover and geomorphic features of the Escalante River, Utah mapped from 1981 aerial imagery A polygon shapefile of bottomland vegetation cover and geomorphic features of the Escalante River, Utah mapped from 1951/1960 aerial imagery A polygon shapefile of bottomland vegetation cover and geomorphic features of the Escalante River, Utah mapped from 2010 aerial imagery Point locations of field-aged Russian olive stems along the Escalante River, Utah 2014-2015 Geomorphic, climate, streamflow and vegetation data sets to reconstruct channel, floodplain and vegetation changes associated with the invasion of Russian olive along the Escalante River, Utah 1950-2015 Annual numbers of Russian olive trees established along the Escalante River from field age data and corresponding annual streamflow and climate data