3 edition of Geologic soil groupings for the pinyon-juniper type on national forests in New Mexico found in the catalog.
Geologic soil groupings for the pinyon-juniper type on national forests in New Mexico
Earl F. Aldon
by Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Fort Collins, Colo.]
Written in English
|Statement||Earl F. Aldon and H. Gassaway Brown III.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research note RM -- 197., Research note RM -- 197.|
|Contributions||Brown, H. Gassaway.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. :|
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Res. Note RM Fort Collins, CO: U.S. De partment of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 4 p. Alexander, M. Introduction to soil microbiology. New York: John Wiley and Sons. Alexander, M. Volume equations for New Mexico's pinyon-juniper dryland forests Item Preview remove-circle U.S.
Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library Language English Volume no Cover title "January "--Cover Includes bibliographical references (p. ) Addeddate. Succession in Pinyon-Juniper Vegetation in New Mexico Martin R. Schott and Rex D.
Pieper Pinyon-juniper is a major vegetation complex of the southwestern United States. One-seed juniper and pinyon are the major species of the complex in central New Mexico. Since settlement of the Southwest by Europeans, this vege. We used maps of fire evidence, fire scar dendrochronology, forest age-structure analysis, and landscape analysis to investigate fire history at pinyon pine (Pinus edulis Engelm.) - juniper (Juniperus osteosperma (Torr.) Little, Juniperus scopulorum Sarg.) woodland - ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa P.
& C. Lawson) forest ecotones in Arizona (Tusayan) and in New Mexico. Potential Nitrogen Contribution of Soil Cryptogams to Post-Disturbance Forest Ecosystems in Bandelier National Monument, NM.
Samuel R. Loftin1 and Carleton S. Wnite2 Abstract.-The nitrogen-fixation (N2-fixation) potential and annual N con tribution of soil cryptogamic crusts were estimated in three previously.
Fire history of pinyon–juniper woodlands at upper ecotones with ponderosa pine forests in Arizona and New Mexico Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38(8) Although forests in this ecoregion are too far south to support distinct alpine communities, they do have a well-defined Transition Zone at m where a cool, moist climate supports pine forests above the drier pinyon-juniper-oak woodlands of lower elevations (Kricher and Morrison ).
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Fungi associated with soils collected beneath and between pinyon and juniper canopies in New Mexico P. Fresquez Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Albuquerque, New Mexico Follow this and additional works at: by: 7.
Southwestern pinyon-juniper and juniper woodlands cover large areas of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and adjacent Colorado. Ponderosa pine forests are the most common timberland in the Southwest.
All three ecosystems provide a variety of natural resources and economic benefits to the region. There are different perceptions of desired conditions.
Ecohydrology of Piñon-Juniper Woodlands in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: Runoff, Erosion, and Restoration Article (PDF Available) January with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Piñon (Pinus edulis)-juniper (Juniperus monosperma)-ecosystems increased substantially in the western USA during the 20th nability of these ecosystems primarily depends on soil quality and water availability. This study was undertaken with the objective of assessing the effect of tree species on soil physical quality in a semi-arid region in the western part of Sugarite Canyon Cited by: This type of data will give insight to management effects on soil C and N over short to intermediate time periods.
Our aims were to determine: 1) how soil C and N varies spatially between microsites and with soil depth a pinyon woodland; 2) the immediate effects of burning on soil C and N; and 3) changes in soil C and N pools over time since Cited by: The foothill zone, which reaches as high as 7, ft (2, m), is characterized by mixed grasses, chaparral brush, oak-juniper woodland, and pinyon-juniper woodland.
At about 7, ft (2, m), open forests of ponderosa pine are found, although pinyon and juniper occupy southfacing slopes. EPA / NOVEMBER LIVESTOCK GRAZING MANAGEMENT AND WATER QUALITY PROTECTION (STATE OF THE ART REFERENCE DOCUMENT) PREPARED BY: PROJECT TEAM Elbert Moore, Project Manager, EPA Eric Janes, Hydrologist, BLM Floyd Kinsinger, Range Scientist, BLM Kenneth Pitney, Soil Conservationist, EPA John Sainsbury, Biologist, EPA U.
Full text of "Fire effects in southwestern forests: proceedings of the Second La Mesa Fire Symposium, Los Alamos, New Mexico, March" See other formats. pinyon-juniper-oak woodlands dominated by Pinus monophylla (singleleaf pinyon) grew at m. In the modern Son- oran Desert, juniper woodland and creo- sote bush desertscrub with Juniperus cali- fornica (California juniper) grew as low and m, respectively (Van Devender et al., ).
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