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A methodology for assessing the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa /
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A methodology for assessing the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa /

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Alternative: Methodology for assessing the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa

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Arlington, Va. :NatureServe,℗♭2003.

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Biodiversity conservation , Ecosystem management , Management , Natural resources , Plant communities , Plant ecology , United States, West , West (U.S.)

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Title

A methodology for assessing the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa /

Title Variants:

Alternative: Methodology for assessing the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa

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Fellows, M. Q. N.

Morse, Larry E.
NatureServe (Program)
United States. Bureau of Land Management.

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Book

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Published material

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Arlington, Va. :NatureServe,℗♭2003.

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"In order to improve planning, conservation, restoration, and management in Bureau of Land Management (BLM) states, we created a predictive occurrence model to determine the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa ... [BLM] accordingly has an interest in using the most geographically and ecologically appropriate species, subspecies, and varieties of native plants, including consideration of whether taxa are native in the particular ecoregion in which they are being considered for planting"--Page 2.

"A NatureServe report prepared for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management."

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Biodiversity conservation , Ecosystem management , Management , Natural resources , Plant communities , Plant ecology , United States, West , West (U.S.)

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QK911 .F45 2003

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English

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OCLC: 978297786

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TI - A methodology for assessing the ecoregional distribution of plant taxa /
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