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How a national vegetation classification can help ecological research and management - supplemental informationAuthor(s): Scott Franklin; Patrick Comer; Julie Evens; Exequiel Ezcurra; Don Faber-Langendoen; Janet Franklin; Michael Jennings; Carmen Josse; Chris Lea; Orie Loucks; Esteban Muldavin; Robert Peet; Serguei Ponomarenko; David Roberts; Ayzik Solomeshch; Todd Keeler-Wolf; James Van Kley; Alan Weakley; Alexa McKerrow; Marianne Burke; Carol Spurrier
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Washington Office
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CitationFranklin, Scott; Comer, Patrick; Evens, Julie; Ezcurra, Exequiel; Faber-Langendoen, Don; Franklin, Janet; Jennings, Michael; Josse, Carmen; Lea, Chris; Loucks, Orie; Muldavin, Esteban; Peet, Robert; Ponomarenko, Serguei; Roberts, David; Solomeshch, Ayzik; Keeler-Wolf, Todd; Van Kley, James; Weakley, Alan; McKerrow, Alexa; Burke, Marianne; Spurrier, Carol. 2015. How a national vegetation classification can help ecological research and management - supplemental information. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13. [http://www.esajournals.org/doi/suppl/10.1890/15.WB.006/suppl_file/write+back+franklin+web+only.pdf]
KeywordsNational Vegetation Classification, vegetation hierarchy
- How a national vegetation classification can help ecological research and management
- Ecological setting of the Wind River old-growth forest.
- Vegetation associations
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