Assessing Big Sagebrush at Multiple Spatial Scales

Assessing Big Sagebrush at Multiple Spatial Scales

An Example in Southeast Oregon

Website or Online Data - 2005
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This technical note describes how big sagebrush habitats (Artemisia tridentata, including Wyoming, basin, and mountain subspecies) are being assessed and managed at multiple spatial scales within a Bureau of Land Management resource area in southeast Oregon. It shows how the assessment results can be used to make determinations pertaining to standards and guidelines for greater sage-grouse and other animals that use sagebrush habitats.
Publisher: [Denver, Colo. : Bureau of Land Management, National Science and Technology Center, 2005]
Branch Call Number: QL84.2 .U54a vol. 417
QK495.C74 K375 2005
QL84.2 .L35 no. 417
Characteristics: 1 online resource (iii, 41 p.) : col. ill., maps (some col.).


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