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Fifteen fires from the Chronosequence dataset (see Knutson et al. 2014) were visited in 2012 and 2013 and surveyed for cover of lichens and mosses. Fires were selected to cover the range of average precipitation for each of three water years following fire, fire severity, time since fire, season of ignition, total acres burned and grazing intensity. Cattle grazing was characterized by distance from water sources for cattle, cow dung density counts and Animal Unit Months from the Rangeland Administration System of the Bureau of Land Management. Fire was characterized by whether or not a site burned, time since fire, the area burned, and an estimated amount of shrub cover consumed by the fire as compared to seemingly...
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This file contains the raw data collected as part of a vegetation monitoring study that was conducted to assess the changes in plant species frequency inside and outside a fenced exclosure, constructed to eliminate browsing and grazing by feral goats, from 2009-2014 in the US Geological Survey's Kawela research site on the island of Molokai, Hawaii.
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The National Park Service (NPS) Vegetation Inventory Program (VIP) is an effort to classify, describe, and map existing vegetation of national park units as part of generating baseline data products for the NPS Natural Resources Inventory and Monitoring Program. Plot data were collected during field visits to SAJH during the summer of 2010 and spring of 2011. Vegetation polygons were initially developed using aerial photography within ArcGIS. These polygons were modified based on field work conducted during the summer of 2010 and spring of 2011. The small extent of the park allowed classification data collection to occur simultaneously with field-based mapping. Prior to conducting field visits, existing vegetation...
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List of all plant species found in, or adjacent to, plots K1 or K2 during all the sampling periods. Species recorded at least once during the vegetation transect surveys are marked with “Yes”. The taxonomy follows Wagner and others (2005).
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This dataset contains information on the physical traits and environmental tolerances of plant species occurring along the lower Colorado River through Grand Canyon. Due to the unique combination of plant species within the Grand Canyon, this flora shares species with many riparian areas in the western U.S.A. and represents obligate wetland to obligate upland plant species. Data for the matrix were compiled from published scientific papers, unpublished reports, plant fact sheets, existing trait databases, regional floras, and plant guides. Categorical, ordinal, and continuous data are included in this dataset. This dataset does not contain sensitive or classified data.


map background search result map search result map San Juan Island National Historical Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Southwestern Riparian Plant Trait Matrix, Colorado River, Grand Canyon, 2014 to 2016—Data Disturbance characteristics, vegetation and biocrust cover from the northern Great Basin (USA) 2012-2013 Molokai (Kawela) USGS ridge-to-reef vegetation monitoring study 2009-2014 - raw data file Molokai (Kawela) USGS ridge-to-reef vegetation monitoring study 2009-2014 – plant species list Molokai (Kawela) USGS ridge-to-reef vegetation monitoring study 2009-2014 - raw data file Molokai (Kawela) USGS ridge-to-reef vegetation monitoring study 2009-2014 – plant species list San Juan Island National Historical Park Vegetation Mapping Project - Spatial Vegetation Data Southwestern Riparian Plant Trait Matrix, Colorado River, Grand Canyon, 2014 to 2016—Data Disturbance characteristics, vegetation and biocrust cover from the northern Great Basin (USA) 2012-2013