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Ecology and management of sand shinnery communities
Roger S Peterson
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station in Fort Collins, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||Roger S. Peterson and Chad S. Boyd|
|Series||General technical report RMRS -- GTR-16|
|Contributions||Boyd, Chad Stephen, 1966-, Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Quercus havardii (common names include shinnery oak, shin oak and Havard oak) is a deciduous, low-growing, thicket-forming shrub that occupies some 2 to 3 million hectares in the southern Great Plains of North America.
Clones may reach hundreds to thousands of years old, although aboveground stems typically live only 11 to 15 years. Shinnery oak stems are usually 1–2 m tall and codominate Clade: Angiosperms. The sand shinnery oak (Quercus havardii) mixed-grass community is an isolated, relict habitat located within short-grass prairie of the Southern High Plains.
With the introduction of center-pivot agriculture, unmanaged grazing, oil and gas exploration and suppression of the natural fire regime, the vegetation composition of the shinnery oak. Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.): Ecology and management of sand shinnery communities: a literature review / (Fort Collins, Colo.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, ), also by Roger S. Peterson and. Nesting success of grassland birds in shinnery oak communities treated with tebuthiuron and grazing in eastern New Mexico.
Southwestern Naturalist Smythe, L., and D.A. Haukos. Density of grassland birds in sand shinnery oak communities treated with tebuthiuron and grazing in eastern New Mexico. Restoration Ecology Swift foxes have also been observed in sand shinnery oak (Quercus havardii) communities of northern a book on swift fox edited by Sovada and Distribution and ecology of the swift fox (Vulpes velox).
Final Report. Project Number: OK E Period 26 September - 29 September Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Department of. Master of Science, Texas Tech University, The non-breeding season ecology of lesser prairie-chickens on the Southern High Plains of Texas. Blake Grisham, Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Tech University, The ecology of lesser prairie-chickens in shinnery oak-grassland communities with implications toward habitat management and climate change.
Long-term lesser prairie-chicken nest ecology in response to grassland management. conservation within the sand shinnery oak communities.
nesting ecology, particularly in sand sagebrush. Ecology and management of sand shinnery communities: a literature review. General Technical Report RMRS-GTR, Fort Collins, Colorado.
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The sand shinnery oak (Quercus havardii) communities of the Llano Estacado: history, structure, ecology and restoration Shivcharn S. Dhillion and Michelle H. Mills; Oak savanna in the American Southwest Mitchel P.
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Bidwell ers are slower to return, such as sand plum, but they will recover. Depending upon objectives, a three yearFile Size: 8MB. Get this from a library. Ecology and conservation of lesser prairie-chickens.
[David A Haukos; Clint W Boal;] -- "Lesser Prairie-Chickens have experienced substantial declines in terms of population and the extent of area that they occupy.
While they are an elusive species, making it difficult at times to. HABITAT TYPES AND PLANT COMMUNITIES: In the Sandhills of Nebraska, hairy grama is a prominent species of upper dune slopes and ridges.
Its cohabitants in these open, sparsely vegetated sites are prairie sandreed (Calamovilfa longifolia), little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), needle-and-thread grass (Hesperostipa comata), prairie junegrass (Koeleria macrantha), sand bluestem (Andropogon.
Ecology and Conservation of Lesser Prairie-Chickens in Sand Shinnery Oak Prairies. in D.A. Haukos and C.W. Boal (editors), Ecology and conservation of Lesser Prairie-Chickens. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 48), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Sand shinnery oak (Quercus havardii) communities are a unique component of grassland bird habitat in eastern New Mexico and have been impacted by human activities for decades.
These communities are frequently managed with livestock grazing and herbicide application for shrub control, strategies that potentially can be used to restore the historical shrub-grass composition of this plant Cited by: GENERAL DISTRIBUTION: Sand shinnery oak grows from the Texas Panhandle and western Oklahoma to northeastern New Mexico and Arizona, northward to southeastern Utah .It is a dominant plant throughout much of the southern Great Plains  and grows on more than million acres ( million ha) in north and west Texas .Sand shinnery oak occurs as a dominant on an estimated million acres.
FOR SALE BY U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY P.O. BOXDENVER, COLORADO SOURCES: Allen, C.D.,Rumblings in Rio Arriba - landscape changes in the southern Rocky Mountains of northern. This book provides a coherent, readable summary of the technical information available on savannas, barrens and rock outcrop plant communities.
It is organized by region into four parts: eastern south-eastern region, central/midwest region, western/south-western region, and northern region. The structural attributes of shrubland communities may provide thermal refugia and protective cover necessary for wild animals to survive.
During the summers of andwe evaluated the thermal environment for lesser prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus Ridgway) broods in southeast New Mexico across a complex landscape that included grazed sand shinnery oak (Quercus havardii RydbCited by: Search this site: Humanities.
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