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Relationships of forest vegetation to habitat on two types of glacial drift in New Hampshire
William B Leak
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Broomall, Pa
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 5
|Statement||William B. Leak|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research note NE -- 257|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. :|
We conducted point counts in the alpine zone of the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, New Hampshire, USA, to estimate the distribution and density of the rare endemic White Mountain Fritillary (Boloria chariclea montinus). Incidence of occurrence and density of the endemic White Mountain Fritillary during surveys in and were greatest in the Cited by: 1. On flat surfaces, studies have shown GLAS data can be used to estimate important forest parameters, such as vegetation canopy height and above-ground biomass, over different vegetation types (Lefsky et al., , Simard et al., ).Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Relationships of forest vegetation to habitat on two types of glacial drift in New Hampshire. [William B Leak; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.); United States. Forest Service.].
Species composition and site index for a given habitat may vary between glacial drifts with different mineralogies. Citation: Leak, William B.
Relationships of forest vegetation to habitat on two types of glacial drift in New Hampshire. Research Note NE Relationships of forest vegetation to habitat on two types of glacial drift in New Hampshire by Leak, William B ; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.) ; United States.
and mapped more than 50 distinct types of bed- rock in New Hampshire. Nearly all soils in the New Hampshire mountains are derived from glacial drift deposited ab years ago; this drift represents a composite sample of many bed- rock types.
Goldthwaite (), however, showed that New Hampshire glacial drift could be mappedCited by: Relationships between vegetation types and soil properties along a topographical gradient on the northern coast of the Brøgger Peninsula, Svalbard Article.
Forest Vegetation ated to E in The White Mountains of New Hampshire ABSTRACT Maximum tree size and species composition are related to eleva- tion on Mount Washington (disturbed by logging) and -Mount Whiteface (uncut) in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Species migrational trends and differences between the two moun-Cited by: A book of the names and address of people living in a city.
What is the English of nakakagilalas. What is the time signature of the lapay bantigue. What values do you believe in that others fail. PDF | Disturbance patches exerted a major influence on vegetation patterning, occupying 39% of the total study area.
They were formed primarily by | Find, read and cite all the research you. HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES OF THE GLACIAL DRIFT AND SHALLOW BEDROCK IN THE MIRROR LAKE AREA, GRAFTON COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE By Philip T. Harte U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report A Prepared in cooperation with the U.S.
Geological Survey Toxics Waste Group Pembroke, New Hampshire Cited by: 8. Relationships between soil fungal and woody plant assemblages differ between ridge and valley habitats in a subtropical mountain forest Cheng Gao1, Nan-Nan Shi1,2, Liang Chen1,2, Niu-Niu Ji1,2, Bin-Wei Wu1,2, Yong-Long Wang1,2, Ying Xu1,2, Yong Zheng1, Xiang-Cheng Mi3, Ke-Ping Ma3 and Liang-Dong Guo1,2 1State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Cited by: Journal of Archaeological Science14, Soils and Vegetation History of Abandoned Enclosures in the New Forest, Hampshire, England K.
Reynolds' and J. Catt (Received 8 Octoberrevised manuscript accepted 6 January ) Soil profiles buried beneath earth banks of five abandoned enclosures, ranging in age from late Bronze Age to early 19th Cited by: 5.
Concept: This late successional mixedwood Vegetation Type (VT) has an overstory co-dominated by red spruce and yellow birch, with lesser amounts of mostly shade-tolerant trees.
It is similar to MW3 (Hemlock – Yellow birch / Evergreen wood fern), but with greater red spruce prominence. In eastern Nova Scotia, balsam fir can take the place of red spruce in this VT (e.g.
George's. New Hampshire. To do so, we determined the extent to which tree species abundances were associated with elevation, site, and substrate-related variables over a range of elevations (– m) that included the transition from northern hardwoods to spruce-ﬁr forest in the White Mountain National Forest (USA).File Size: KB.
Poorly drained soils; spruce/fir sites in northern New Hampshire. Not considered because they generally rank low in timber productivity, despite often being very high in wildlife ecological value: Muck and peat, rock outcrop, gravel pits, marsh, etc.
Part field guide, part natural history narrative, Nature Guide to the Northern Forest will help you identify and understand the complex influences that shape the flora and fauna of the New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine le and enlightening, this book explores topics such as humans' influence on the history of the wild, adaptation of species at high 5/5(4).
Information contained in Figures 3 to 7 can be used to aid forest management planning; however, users are reminded that many variables can (and do) affect stand successional dynamics including: (i) the type and size of disturbance, (ii) the frequency and severity of disturbance, (iii) age class and structure at time of disturbance, (iv.
forest edges than in forest interiors, primarily a result of greater interception of airborne particles by the denser and more complex vegetation typically found at a forest edge. habitat patches typically vary in both their quality and their resource availability.
this variation can affect the population densities of species inhabiting each patch. Biodiversity in the New Forest species such as rosebay willowherb Chamerion angustifolium, creeping thistle Cirsium arvense and spear thistle e, greater plantain Plantago major, common nettle Urtica dioica and cover of coarse grasses (e.g.
Yorkshire-fog Holcus lanatus and cock’s-foot Dactylis glomerata) do not exceed 10% (Robertson and Jefferson ). New Hampshire's vanishing forests: Conversion, fragmentation and parcelization of forests in the Granite State Unknown Binding – January 1, by Sarah Thorne (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: Sarah Thorne. raphy, vegetation, climate and land use (Grifﬁth et al., ). The western and north-central portions of the state lie in the North-eastern Highlands (Fig.
1; Table 1), a primarily mountainous region of granitic and metamorphic bedrock overlain by glacial till (Zone M in Bailey, ). Elevations range from 60 to m, with a mean of m.
There has been little habitat management conducted in New Hampshire specifically for black racers, but management for early‐successional habitat that has been targeted toward other species (e.g., New England cottontail, American woodcock) has .Ecology (from Greek: οἶκος, "house", or "environment"; -λογία, "study of") is a branch of biology concerning interactions among organisms and their biophysical environment, which includes both biotic and abiotic components.
Topics of interest include the biodiversity, distribution, biomass, and populations of organisms, as well as cooperation and competition within and between .in an area of new surfaces (ex: an area of bare rock or disturbed site with no previous community) Secondary succession some aspects of a previously functioning community are present (If a forest fire destroyed the vegetation in an area, but left some vestiges of the previously functioning community and the soil intact).