Atlas of Nevada Conifers: A Phytogeographic Reference
University of Nevada Press, 1996 - 320 Seiten
Atlas of Nevada Conifers is a major scientific contribution to our understanding of the ecology of Nevada. It documents in great detail the distribution of all native conifer species in the state--critical information because of the primary ecological importance of conifers for all organisms and because of the lack of documentation of these distributions in the scientific literature before now. Charlet maps and documents the exact location of herbarium records for 1,600 individual trees. The data found in 23 tables and 22 range maps will serve as a primary reference for botanists, land managers, and conservation biologists for years to come.
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The Conifers of Nevada
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abundant in pinyon-juniper Allenbaugh 1969 altered andesite andesite Basin Beatley Carson Range Collector Herbarium/a T45N common conifer county Clark County DAC County Elevation Collector county Lincoln County Little county Nye County RWR county Washoe county White Pine Creek Range Critchfield & Allenbaugh DUKE Elevation Collector Herbarium/a Elko County forests ft 1 record ft Ann Pinzl ft Billings ft Charlet Habitat County Elevation high elevations higher elevations Holmgren IFGP IRSR juniper woodlands Juniperus osteosperma Lake limber pine Lincoln County Location—Habitat County Elevation lower elevations middle elevations Mount Rose Nye County occidentalis occurs Peak Peavine Mountain Pershing Pinus pinyon-juniper woodlands throughout ponderosa range by Critchfield range by Little RENO RENO Not reported RENO Reported Reported as present ridge scopulorum slope species Spring subalpine Summit Tausch throughout the range Towns/Range/Section Location Towns/Range/Section Location—Habitat County trees UNLV Valley Vasek Washoe County White Pine County Zone
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