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Western Prairie Fringed Orchid Monitoring Protocol for Pipestone National Monument

Handbook / Manual Report
By: National Park Service (NPS)(Author)
69 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Western Prairie Fringed Orchid Monitoring Protocol for Pipestone National Monument
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  • Western Prairie Fringed Orchid Monitoring Protocol for Pipestone National Monument ISBN: 9781492388586 Paperback Sep 2013 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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The western prairie fringed orchid monitoring protocol guides monitoring of this threatened plant on Pipestone National Monument in southwestern Minnesota. The monitoring protocol is designed to achieve two objectives: to track temporal and spatial changes in the abundance and vigour (height, flowering, and fruit production) of flowering orchids at Pipestone National Monument in relation to fire, soil moisture, and precipitation and to track changes in orchid habitat structure in relation to fire and precipitation

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Handbook / Manual Report
By: National Park Service (NPS)(Author)
69 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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