2 edition of Reconnaissance botany of alpine ecosystems on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska found in the catalog.
Reconnaissance botany of alpine ecosystems on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska
Dennis Randall Jaques
Written in English
|Statement||by Dennis Randall Jaques.|
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you can imagine so there's not a lot of bears up there you know there's a lot of you see some berries around but I think that so many the Bears are focused on that stuff one thing you find some people say and in those islands in Southeast Alaska do they're like they tend to be either a black bear island or Grizzly Island and it just and it. This page is a list of important subjects for which Wikipedia should have a corresponding high-quality article, and ideally a featured article. Dall Island is an island in the Alexander Archipelago off the southeast coast of Alaska, just west of Prince of Wales Island and north of Canadian waters. Its peak elevation is 2, feet ( meters) above sea level. Its land area is square miles ( km²), making it the 28th largest island .
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A study of the Prince of Wales Island alpine areas was undertaken to determine what species occur in the region and to describe plant communities making up the alpine vegetation.
For one month inspecimens were collected and 78 micro-plots were analyzed for cover, frequency and constancy by: 4. Reconnaissance Botany of Alpine Ecosystems on Prince of Wales Island, Southeast Alaska by Dennis Randall Jaques A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science June Reconnaissance botany of alpine ecosystems on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska.
Abstract. Graduation date: A study of the Prince of Wales Island alpine areas was undertaken\ud to determine what species occur in the region and to describe\ud plant communities making up the alpine vegetation.\ud For one month inspecimens.
Reconnaissance botany of alpine ecosystems on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska of the Prince of Wales Island alpine areas was undertaken to determine what species occur in.
The flora and vegetation of subalpine and alpine zones in SE Alaska are of particular interest, Reconnaissance Botany of Alpine Ecosystems of Prince of Wales Island, Southeast Alaska. master’s thesis, University of Oregon, Eugene, by: 3. Archaeological and Reconnaissance botany of alpine ecosystems on Prince of Wales Island investigations at On-Your-Knees Cave on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska, have revealed cultural remains dating to 10, bp and paleontological.
The author made a general reconnaissance of forest conditions on Prince of Wales Island and adjacent islands based on forest-type maps, aerial photographs, and ground and air checks. Forest conditions associated with blowdown are described and are discussed.
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Intertidal lithic sites are known for a number of areas along the coast (e.g., Apland ; Carlson and Hobler ; Hobler ). Click on the book chapter title to read more. Anthony, RG. Low productivity of bald eagles on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska.
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International Journal Of Wildland Fire. 18(8. On the west coast of Prince of Wales Island, near Sitka, and elsewhere in southeast Alaska, there are major Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) spawning areas. Hemlock (Tsuga) branches are used to collect the spawn.
The Tlingit and Haida recognize two varieties of hemlock, one with smooth bark and one with more variegated bark. Alaskan portion includes a description of turn-of-the-century life at the Prince of Wales Island mining camp of Dolomi. MacArthur, Loren, and Debbie S. Miller.
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Nonetheless, Quaternary fossils found on Prince of Wales Island (Heaton et al. ) demonstrate that postglacial extinctions also have occurred on islands of the Alexander Archipelago. Kent Carlson The Distribution of Troglobytic and Troglophilic Invertebrates in Southeast Alaska - Poster Presentation.
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Approximately 75% of the pink salmon hatchery production in Alaska occurs in Prince William Sound, with other facilities located in Kodiak, Cook Inlet, and Southeast Alaska.
Japan dominates the production of hatchery chum salmon, with M fish returning on average for. deer, and wolves in the verdant rainforests on Prince of Wales Island, part of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.
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Ice Age History The single site in Southeast Alaska that has produced an extensive Ice Age record (prior to 13, radiocarbon years B.P.) is On Your Knees Cave. It is a small cave on the northern tip of Prince of Wales Island discovered during a logging survey and had only a few bones initially exposed.
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