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Plant life or general plant cover in an area.
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Aquatic vegetation (3 items)
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PDF Applying remote sensing to invasive species science-A tamarisk example [More info]
Explains how remote sensing data are used to understand the current extent and likely future of an invasive plant, in this case a bush.
Biodiversity and land-use history of the Palouse bioregion: pre-European to present [More info]
Study of the processes by which the conversion occurred of the Palouse bioregion from perennial native grass, shrub, and forest vegetation to agriculture and the interactions between human cultures and environment.
Biological resource status and trends: Forbs [More info]
Information concerning status and trends of biological resources, focusing on forbs, herbaceous flowering plants that are not grasses, such as clover, sunflower, and milkweed
Biological resource status and trends: Grasses [More info]
Information concerning status and trends of biological resources, focusing on grasses
Biological resource status and trends: Shrubs [More info]
Information concerning status and trends of biological resources, focusing on shrubs
Biological resource status and trends: Trees [More info]
Information concerning status and trends of biological resources, focusing on trees
Bird Point Count Database [More info]
Perform custom searches for bird count and bird habitat data or enter your bird count and vegetation data.
PDF Born of fire: restoring sagebrush steppe [More info]
USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center: fact sheet in Adobe PDF about the studies to restore sagebrush steppe
Changing Arctic ecosystems: sea ice decline, permafrost thaw, and benefits for geese [More info]
Loss of sea ice has increased ocean wave action, changing coastal habitats. For some geese this has been a positive change, increasing the amount of coastal area that supports vegetation the geese feed on.
Changing patterns in the number of species in North American floras [More info]
A chapter of the publication: Land Use History of North America on general patterns of plant species diversity in North America that shows how these patterns have changed over time.
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