2 edition of Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain subalpine zone found in the catalog.
Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain subalpine zone
Charles F Leaf
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Fort Collins, Colo.]
Written in English
|Statement||Charles F. Leaf|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper RM -- 137|
|Contributions||Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.), United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
Elk and vegetation management in Rocky Mountain National Park is guided by a year plan that addresses the impacts of overabundant elk on vegetation. The goal is to begin restoring the natural range of variability in the elk population and affected plant communities. Relations between stream water chemistry and topographic, vegetative, and geologic characteristics of basins were evaluated for nine alpine/subalpine basins in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, to identify controlling parameters and to better understand processes governing patterns in stream water chemistry. Fractional amounts of steep slopes (≥30°), unvegetated terrain, and young.
Rocky River Watershed Management Plan Febru 3 2. BACKGROUND A section of the Rocky River Watershed is located in the northern portion of Mecklenburg County and lies predominantly within Mecklenburg County’s jurisdiction with smaller portions in the Towns of Davidson and Cornelius. Figure 1 shows theFile Size: 7MB. A Watershed Condition Assessment of Rocky Mountain National Park Using the FLoWS Tools. David M. Theobald, John B. Norman. Abstract. Increasingly, the management of natural resources requires “thinking big” at broad ecoregional scales and “thinking process” to more directly incorporate important ecological processes that flow across.
Approximately 44 square kilometers are classified as Rocky Mountain Subalpine-Montane Fen in the Montana Land Cover layers. Grid on map is based on USGS minute quadrangle map boundaries. Montana Counties of Occurrence. Leaf, C. A.,Watershed Management in the Rocky Mountain Subalpine Zone: The Status of Our Knowledge. Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, Research Paper RM, Google ScholarCited by:
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Get this from a library. Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain subalpine zone: the status of our knowledge. [Charles F Leaf; United States.
Department of Agriculture.]. watershed management, applicable to the important central and southern Rocky Mountain vegetation types, have been prepared as Research Papers by the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
These include: “Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain Subalpine Zone: The Status of Our Knowledge,” by Charles F. Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain subalpine zone: the status of our knowledge.
Authors. C.F. Leaf. Document Type. Article. Journal/Book Title/Conference. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Issue. RMCited by: The Rocky Mountains subalpine zone is the biotic zone immediately below tree line in the Rocky Mountains of North northern New Mexico, the subalpine zone occupies elevations approximately from 9, to 12, feet (2, to 3, m); while in northern Alberta, the subalpine zone extends from 1, to 2, metres (4, to 7, ft).
Rocky Mountain Watershed ~ Sanctuary is packed with adventure, romance, and pulse-pounding excitement-and written with humor and a deep respect for the people and animals who inhabit the small mountain communities of the Rocky Mountain Watershed.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. /5(5). A typical subalpine forest may consist mostly of subalpine fir and Engelmann spruce. However, previously-burned areas may contain varying amounts, or even almost pure stands, of lodgepole pine. Lodgepole seedlings do well in sunlight, often abundant after fire, but once the forest is established, plant succession may result in increasing amounts of spruce and subalpine fir.
PB - Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, CY - Fort Collins, Colo.: PY - AU - Leaf, Charles F. AU - Brink, Glen E. KW - Conifers KW - Forest management KW - Simulation methods KW - Watershed management ER.
In a secluded Rocky Mountain watershed, gathering rivulets of melting ice form from snow-capped peaks. They launch slowly down headwater creeks, meander through plush beaver meadows, and catapult between deep canyon walls, slowed only momentarily by a large reservoir.
They then race through the white-water rapids of Devils Gulp and eventually intersect Towne, a remote. Land use simulation model of the subalpine coniferous forest zone. Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
precipitation may be important to maintaining high water tables in Southern Rocky Mountain fens (Cooper ). Surface water flow is a function of snowmelt, watershed and valley topography and area, late-summer rainfall, and the extent of upstream riparian wetlands (Rink and Kiladis ).File Size: KB.
: Rocky Mountain Watershed - Sanctuary: Its River - Its People (): Bill Burch: Books. Fourteen subalpine forest watersheds are simulated in this study, each with a single lake-sediment record previously used to reconstruct fire history [6,  ; sites are located in the. ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION (REGION 2) DENVER, CO.
FSH – WATERSHED CONSERVATION PRACTICES HANDBOOK CHAPTER 10 – MANAGEMENT MEASURES AND DESIGN CRITERIA Digest continued: Management measures are environmental goals to protect soil, aquatic, and riparian Size: KB. In two alpine/subalpine subbasins of the Loch Vale watershed, atmospheric deposition of NO3- plus NH4+ was kg N ha-1, and watershed export was kg N ha-1 for water years subalpine forests, (2) the.
fauna of subalpine. to othe.r Mountain forest habitats, (3) compare the fauna of the. Rocky Mountains with that of in other regions in North America, (4) briefly summarize the status of our knowledge of habitat associations of subalpine wildlife.
Rocky Mountain Subalpine-Montane Riparian Woodland Ecological System January 6, Ecological Integrity Assessment Prepared by: Joe Rocchio Colorado Natural Heritage Program Colorado State University General Services Building Fort Collins, CO File Size: 1MB.
Watershed management brings federal, state, local agencies, interested organizations, and citizens together for the good of our lakes and streams. People living within the watershed have the opportunity to work together for solutions to water quality problems.
The Rocky River Watershed Management Plan attempts to design a course of action to. JW Associates facilitated the WWPG during the development of a watershed prioritization process. The WWPG is a diverse group of watershed stakeholders, including the major water providers in the Front Range, and state and federal land management agencies.
Key Background Reports Aug Landscape Assessment: Upper South Platte Watershed ( Integrated management areas, including WHA management zones, ungulate winter ranges and riparian management zones, provide partial protection for an additional 7% of combined breeding and non-breeding Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog habitat in the Yahk River watershed and 2% in the Flathead River watershed (Ascaphus Consulting ).
Watershed Management. Watershed management is our key approach defined as a set of actions aimed at ensuring the sustainable use of natural resources in a watershed. It provides a framework for integrating different land-use and livelihood systems e.g.
forestry, pasture and. Leaf CF () Watershed management in the Rocky Mountain subalpine zone: the status of our knowledge. For Serv Res Pap RM US Dep Agric, Fort Collins Colo. Google ScholarAuthor: R. Lee.Protecting watershed health and water quality from wildfire threats is a major management concern on National Forest System lands throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.
Our results highlighted substantial variation in the exposure of and likely effects to highly valued watersheds throughout the Region, which carry significant implications for Cited by: Subalpine Zone The subalpine zone runs down slope from the alpine zone to approximately 9, ft. The subalpine zone in Utah is estimated to be 1, ac.
The largest areas of this zone occur in the Uinta Mountains and cap the Wasatch, Paunsagunt, Markagunt, Aquarius, and Tava- puts Plateaus.
Small areas occur on other Utah mountain ranges.