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We developed a vegetation classification and high-resolution vegetation map for Petroglyph National Monument, New Mexico, as part of the USGS Vegetation Characterization Program, a cooperative effort by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the National Park Service Inventory & Monitoring - Vegetation Mapping Program to classify, describe, and map vegetation communities in more than 280 national park units across the United States. The classification and map follow the guidelines and requirements of the national program, and are based on data collected from 499 field plots between 2007 and 2011 plus 469 independent survey points to assess the accuracy of the map and completeness of the classification.
A vegetation map of Bandelier National Monument. This map is based on natural color orthophotography acquired in 2004 with a spatial resolution of 1 meter, displayed at 1:24,000 scale. Map units were delineated using aerial photo interpretation and image analysis based on 729 field survey points collected between 2003 and 2006. Final map compiled in ArcGIS Version 9.3, January, 2010. For details see Muldavin, E., A. Kennedy, C. Jackson, T. Neville, P. Neville, K. Schulz, and M. Reid. 2010. A Vegetation Classification and Map Report: Bandelier National Monument. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/SCPN/NRTR-2010/00X, National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.
Role of hydrologic regime in maintaining rare plant communities of New York's coastal plain pondshores
Benefits of protective fencing to plant and rodent communities of the western Mojave Desert, California
Permanent seed banks in chalk grassland under various management regimes: Their role in the restoration of species-rich plant communities
[The zonobiome concept of Heinrich Walter - A problem with its application to an example from Florida, USA.]
Plant communities and species richness of the Agrostis lachnantha-Eragrostis plana wetlands of northern KwaZulu-Natal
Impact of large herbivores at artificial watering points compared to that at natural watering points in Kruger National Park, South Africa
Dynamics of reestablishment of vegetation in an anthropogenically disturbed sphagnum bog in the territory of an oil field in the middle Ob region