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Plant community classification for alpine vegetation on the Beaverhead National Forest, Montana

Stephen V. Cooper

Plant community classification for alpine vegetation on the Beaverhead National Forest, Montana

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, UT (324 25th Street, Ogden 84401) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- Montana -- Beaverhead National Forest -- Classification,
  • Plant communities -- Montana -- Beaverhead National Forest,
  • Vegetation classification -- Montana -- Beaverhead National Forest

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen V. Cooper, Peter Lesica, Deborah Page-Dumroese
    SeriesGeneral technical report INT -- GTR-362, General technical report INT -- 362
    ContributionsLesica, Peter, Page-Dumroese, Deborah S, Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13621925M
    OCLC/WorldCa37895608


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The Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is the largest of the national forests in Montana and covers million acres in the southwest corner of the state. Montana book forest provides timber, minerals, and grazing lands.

It also offers breath-taking scenery for a wide variety of recreational pursuits. The Beaverhead–Deerlodge National Forest is the largest of the National Forests in Montana, United ng million acres (13, km 2), the forest is broken into nine separate sections and stretches across eight counties in the southwestern area of the state.

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Plant Associations of the Beaverhead Mountains Section: Montana book key national vegetation classification (Anderson et al. ) in fact at the alliance and plant forest or alpine types) of the vegetation of southwestern Montana, basing our keys on theirs to the extent possible.

A significant. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The Gravelly Range in southwestern Montana (Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest) is characterized by high valleys and steep mountain slopes, at elevations of 1, to 3, m with treeline ca.

Rubber Rabbitbrush. Rubber Rabbitbrush (Ericameria nauseosa) is a low growing plant that reaches heights of 2' to 3' and can be found in dry grasslands up to the montane produces a flowerhead that contains 5 tiny yellow flowers.

Rabbits and ungulates eat the seeds of this plant. MONTANA STATE This "cover" page added by the Internet Archive for formatting purposes MONTANA STATE LIBRARY.

3 9 SENSITIVE PLANT SURVEY OF THE TENDOY MOUNTAINS IN THE BEAVERHEAD NATIONAL FOREST BEAVERHEAD COUNTY, MONTANA STATE DOCUiVlENTS COLLECTION MONTANA STATE LIBRARY. 6th AVE. Rare plant inventory of the East Pioneer Mountains, U.S.D.A.

Forest Service, Region 1, Beaverhead National Forest, Montana [Roe, Lisa Schassberger, Program, Montana Natural Heritage] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rare plant inventory of the East Pioneer Mountains, U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Region 1, Beaverhead National ForestAuthor: Lisa Schassberger Roe, Montana Natural Heritage Program.

Detailed descriptions of campgrounds in the Beaverhead National Forest. Campground List CAMPGROUND NAME: Bear Creek VISIT DATE: 08/05/ UPDATE DATE: 2/16/ STATE: Montana REGION: Northern RANGER DISTRICT: Madison NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Ennis RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Ennis, MT, take US Rt.

south miles to Forest Rt. Complete PDF files for Forest Habitat Types of Central Idaho, Forest Habitat Types of Northern Idaho: A Second Approximation, and Plant Community Classification for Alpine Vegetation on the Beaverhead National Forest, Montana added to "Habitat Types".

June 7, Complete PDF of Forest Habitat Types of Montana added to "Habitat Types". March. Zeigenfuss, L.,Alpine plant community trends on elk summer range of rocky mountain national park, colorado: an analysis of existing data: U.S.

Geological Survey, Open-File Report21 p. Any use of trade, product, or firm names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S.

by: 4. Classification. From the Latin word Alpinus, from Alpes ‘Alps’. Globally, alpine vegetation is defined zone of vegetation between the altitudinal limit for tree growth and the nival zone. In areas where mountains can be considered typically alpine, the vegetation zones are often divided into distinct altitudinal bands.

The alpine band usually consists of low growing herbaceous species. Montana Field Guide contains a wealth of information about Montana's diverse species.

The study intended to describe the alpine vegetation of a protected area of the northwestern Himalaya and identify the important environmental variables responsible for species distribution.

We placed random plots covering different habitats and altitude to record species composition and environmental variables. Vegetation was classified using hierarchical cluster analysis Cited by: 9. Targhee National Forest.

Six rare taxa, including four Region 4 Sensitive Species, were known to occur in the southern Lemhi Range and Beaverhead Mountains, mostly as a result of intensive floristic and rare plant inventories in east-central Idaho, by botanists from the University of Idaho Herbarium. Other articles where Alpine vegetation is discussed: mountain ecosystem: Flora: Above the tree line, alpine vegetation comprises a variety of different subtypes including grasslands, mires, low heathlands, and crevice-occupying vegetation.

For example, treeless alpine vegetation is found on mountains above 2, metres in central Japan, grading down to 1, metres in northern Hokkaido. Images, descriptions and identification of plants growing in the wilds of Montana.

Edible, poisonous and plants for medicinal use. Find information about Beaverhead National Forest, a Montana National Forest. This page includes a complete archive of all past issues of the Montana Native Plant Society quarterly Kelseya newsletter except for recent past issues found on the Current and Recent Issues page.

The Kelseya has been published since the Fall ofwhich was Volume 1, No. then, the pattern has been: No. 1 – Fall; No. 2 – Winter; No. 3 – Spring; and No. 4 – Summer.

Alpine Vegetation vegetation found in mountainous countries above subalpine vegetation and forests. Despite belonging to various systematic groups, alpine plants have a number of traits in common, depending on similarity of environmental conditions (such as low temperature, short vegetation period, and rapid variations in temperature and humidity).

All. regeneration, (8) plant community classification, (9) develop­ ment of understory vegetation, and (10) plant-water relations. In recent years, efforts have been expanded to include the ef­ fects of cultural treatments on other resource requirements. This publication presents a detailed summary of the (I).

were placed along the forest-alpine vegetation transition, from closed forest to the treeless alpine area. To determine community structure and species distribution in the treeline ecotone, species variation along the forest-alpine vegetation transition was sampled using releve´sofm2 set every 2m C.

Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest‎ (10 P) Bitterroot National Forest‎ (9 P) C Custer National Forest‎ (5 P) F Pages in category "National Forests of Montana" The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total. This list may not reflect recent changes.

Plant Community Classification for Alpine Vegetation on the Beaverhead National Forest, Montana October Stephen V. Cooper Peter Lesica Deborah Page-Dumroese The Authors Stephen V. Cooper is a Vegetation Ecologist with the Montana Natural Heritage Program in Helena.

Montana Native Plant Society, Missoula, Montana. K likes. The Montana Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization that works to preserve, conserve, and study Montana's native plants and /5(6). The alpine and parts of the subalpine vegetation of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA, are investigated using the European phytosociological method of Braun-Blanquet.

Based on data of about detailed plot samples, a syntaxonomical classification is presented. Perennial and total vegetation cover were generally greater in mountain big sagebrush compared to Wyoming big sagebrush plant communities, while annual vegetation cover values were similar ().Large perennial bunchgrass and perennial forb cover were and fold, respectively, greater in mountain big sagebrush than Wyoming big sagebrush communities (P Cited by: Seipel, T.F.

Plant species diversity in the sagebrush steppe of Montana. Thesis. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University. 87 p. Williams, K.L. Classification of the grasslands, shrublands, woodlands, forests and alpine vegetation associations of the Custer National Forest portion of the Beartooth Mountains in southcentral Montana.

Alpine vascular plant biodiversity at Spray Park, Mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier National Park is a sky island that is home to many rare alpine plants. To assess the degree of threat of climate change to this rare alpine vegetation, it is important to perform baseline monitoring of vegetation in the transition zones between sub.

Beaverhead National Forest is in the Forests category for Beaverhead County in the state of Montana. Beaverhead National Forest is displayed on the Maurice Mountain USGS quad topo map.

Anyone who is interested in visiting Beaverhead National Forest can print. R Labs for Vegetation Ecologists This section of the Laboratory for Dynamic Synthetic Vegephenonenology (LabDSV) includes tutorials and lab exercises for a course in quantitative analysis and multivariate statistics in vegetation ecology.

Example data sets are included and may be downloaded to run the exercises if desired. Dominant plant species are often used as indicators of site potential pdf forest and rangelands. However, subspecies of dominant vegetation often indicate different site characteristics and, therefore, may be more useful indicators of plant community potential and.

The functional diversity and composition of plant traits within communities are tightly linked to important ecosystem functions and processes. Whereas vegetative traits reflecting adaptations to environmental conditions are commonly assessed in community ecology, floral traits are often neglected despite their importance for the plants’ life by: 6.Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman, MTUSA e-mail: [email protected] T.

Seipel Ebook of Integrative Biology, ETH Zurich, Universita¨tsstra Zu¨rich, Switzerland C. Repath Yosemite National Park, PO BoxYosemite, CAUSA Biol Invasions DOI /sy.