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Measuring & monitoring plant populations

Caryl L. Elzinga

Measuring & monitoring plant populations

by Caryl L. Elzinga

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Nature Conservancy in [Denver, Colo.], [Arlingtion, Va.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vegetation monitoring.,
  • Plant populations.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMeasuring and monitoring plant populations
    Statementauthors, Caryl L. Elzinga, Daniel W. Salzer, and John W. Willoughby.
    ContributionsSalzer, Daniel W., Willoughby, John W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK46.5.V44 E58 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 477 p. :
    Number of Pages477
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL485655M
    LC Control Number98214711

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      Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations is a thorough overview of monitoring issues. It is designed for field biologists and land managers with a modest statistical background. The authors have written a practical text that will include concrete guidelines for ecologists to follow to design a statistically defensible monitoring program for /5(5). Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations offers an overviewof population monitoring issues that is accessible to the typicalfield biologist and land managers with a modest statisticalbackground. The text includes concrete guidelines for ecologists tofollow to design a statistically defensible monitoringprogram.


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Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National Applied Resource Sciences Center in [Denver, : of sampling and several sampling designs, field techniques for measuring vegetation, analysis of monitoring data, and presentation of results.

Participants will learn: • The skills required to monitor plant populations with confidence • The types of monitoring practices and the. Overview of population monitoring, aiming aims to be an accessible introduction to field techniques for measuring important attributes of animal and plant populations.

It also covers different ways of recording monitoring data in the field and describes means for entering and managing field monitoring data sets with computers. Contents Preface 1. This technical reference applies to monitoring situations involving a single plant species, such as an indicator species, key species, or weed.

It was originally developed for monitoring special status plants, which have some recognized status at the Federal, State, or agency level because of their rarity or vulnerability. Most examples and discussions in this technical. The BLM publication, Measuring and Monitoring Plant Populations (Elzinga et al.

), was used as the base reference for many of the data collection methods. Book; Government Document; Microform Published [Denver, Colo.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National Applied Resource Sciences Center, ?] Language English Variant Title Measuring and monitoring plant populations Series BLM Technical Reference Technical Reference (United States.

Bureau of Land Management) SuDoc. Measuring and Monitoring Plant Populations. The root of the word monitoring means "to warn," and an essential purpose of monitoring is to raise a warning flag that the current course of action is not working.

Monitoring is a powerful tool for identifying problems in the early stages, before they become dramatically obvious or crises. population). In order to properly make inferences about the population, the units must be selected using some random procedure (see Technical Reference, Measuring & Monitoring Plant Populations).

The units selected are called sampling units. Sampling Sampling is a means by which inferences about a plant community. MEASURING & MONITORING Plant Populations AUTHORS: Caryl L.

Elzinga Ph.D. Alderspring Ecological Consulting P.O. Box 64 Tendoy, ID Daniel W. Salzer Coordinator of Research and Monitoring The Nature Conservancy of Oregon S.E. 14th Avenue Portland, OR John W. Willoughby State Botanist Bureau of Land Management California State.

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Monitoring for the Effect of Management Actions on Target Invasive Plants. Purpose. Monitoring the effects of management actions (i.e., a control treatment) on the target invasive plant populations is implemented unless the effects of that management action are already well understood and predictable.on plant population monitoring.

One of the most comprehensive references available is the BLM publication Measuring and Monitoring Plant Populations (Elzinga et al. ). While this publication contains a great deal of information on designing and implementing a monitoring program, we find it is not as useful for deciding which techniques to.