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Long-term vegetation change in Utah's Henry Mountains : a study in repeat photography /

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[Richfield, UT?] :[U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Richfield Field Office],2015.

Subjects

Bureau of Land Management , Henry Mountain Resource Area , Henry Mountains , Henry Mountains (Utah) , Pictorial works , Rangelands , Repeat photography , United States , Utah , Vegetation surveys

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.154496

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Long-term vegetation change in Utah's Henry Mountains : a study in repeat photography /

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Kay, Charles, 1946-

Hindley, Earl C.
United States. Bureau of Land Management.
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Richfield Field Office.

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Book

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[Richfield, UT?] :[U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Richfield Field Office],2015.

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Contents: Abstract--About the author--Acknowledgements--Introduction--Study area--Methods--Results and discussion--Conclusions--Plates--Literature cited--Appendix A, Henry Mountains repeat photo locations and elevations--Appendix B, Features and elevations--Appendix C, Common and scientific names of plants in the study.

An extensive search was conducted of archival and other sources to locate as many historical photographs as possible for the Henry Mountains in south-central Utah. Those images were then taken into the field, the original camera stations relocated, and modern pictures made of the historical scenes to evaluate long-term vegetation change and land management activities. In all, 626 repeat photo sets were compiled--608 by the author and 18 by Earl Hindley Includes 126 photo sets of the representative areas studied.

"June 2015."

"BLM-UT-GI-14001-8002+REV15."

"This study began in 2008 at the request of Utah State Senator Dennis Stowell and was initially supported by a grant from the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. In 2010 the study was funded by a 4-year contract with the Bureau of Land Management"--Page ii.

Subjects

Bureau of Land Management , Henry Mountain Resource Area , Henry Mountains , Henry Mountains (Utah) , Pictorial works , Rangelands , Repeat photography , United States , Utah , Vegetation surveys

Call Number

QH541.5.R3 K39 2015

Language

English

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OCLC: 910943821

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.154496

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title = {Long-term vegetation change in Utah's Henry Mountains : a study in repeat photography / },
copyright = {Not provided. Contact Contributing Library to verify copyright status.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/259270},
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publisher = {[Richfield, UT?] :[U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Richfield Field Office],},
author = {Kay, Charles, and Hindley, Earl C. and United States. Bureau of Land Management. and United States. Bureau of Land Management. Richfield Field Office.},
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pages = {284},
keywords = {Bureau of Land Management|Henry Mountain Resource Area|Henry Mountains|Henry Mountains (Utah)|Pictorial works|Rangelands|Repeat photography|United States|Utah|Vegetation surveys},
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TY - BOOK
TI - Long-term vegetation change in Utah's Henry Mountains : a study in repeat photography /
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PB - [U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Richfield Field Office],
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