1 edition of Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington found in the catalog.
Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Other titles||Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Natural Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington|
|Series||Research note PNW -- 410, Research note PNW -- 410.|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington by Lesher, Robin ; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Natural Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington / Robin Lesher.
By Robin. Lesher. Abstract. 27 p. Topics: Aerial photography in botany--Washington (State)--North Cascades National Park. Publisher: Portland, Or.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Washington Natural Areas Plan update; Washington Natural Areas Plan update; Research Publications Associated with this RNA: Silver Lake Research Natural Area; Greene, Sarah E.; Lesher, Robin; Wasem, Robert ; Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Natural Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington; Lesher, Robin Establishment record: Eldorado Creek Research Natural Area with Wenatchee National Forest, Kittitas County, Washington.
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Personal communication. UT: Literature?symbol=POLE3. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 8: NM: Literature: Layser, E.F. Flora of Pend Oreille County, Washington. Washington State University, Cooperative Extension, Pullman. WA: Literature: Lesher, R. Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Natural Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington ?symbol=AGVA.
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The last of the three great National Parks we are featuring this month is Washington’s North Cascades Park. It is also the last of our parks to be designated as such, with park status only coming in with the passing of the North Cascades National Park Act.
The park along with two “National Recreation Areas”, Ross Lake and Lake Chelan, and all are managed as the North Cascades Columbia south to north central and northeastern Oregon, east to Montana and Wyoming 9. Ecological distribution Rocky cliffs and outcrops Climate and elevation range Highland and semi-arid steppe with elevations ranging from mm.
Local habitat and abundance rocky cliff bases2 Archeology of the Little Beaver Watershed Mierendorf, Robert R. People of the North Cascades.
National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Seattle, Wa. Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Near Timberline of the North Cascades National :// In our journey above 2, feet we drive to the trail head to Barclay Lake.
From Barclay Lake’s east end we turn north. Hubbard and Burnett must find a way north to Eagle Lake and Mount Townsend on a remnant trail climbing through the Pacific Silver Fir Zone. We have moved from the creek bottom and Barclay Lake traversing toward the high GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Sitka alder is a deciduous shrub or, rarely, a small tree.
Plants are typically multistemmed and bushy, up to 10 or 15 feet (3 or m) tall, often forming dense thickets [3,39].Occasionally, plants may grow to 30 or 40 feet (9 or 12 m) at lower elevations [3,27].Height growth generally decreases with increasing elevation .
Visitors to our National Forests and Grasslands are urged to take the precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). There are three official, government-wide sources of up-to-date information about the coronavirus:, and :// Tip: Not to deter you completely, but if you're just after the natural beauty of the park and not actually set on actually marrying in one, perhaps consider scheduling time to take weddings photos in the park instead of having the entire event there.
Apply for a permit. You'll more than likely need to apply for a permit in order to host your wedding at a national :// GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Salal is an erect to spreading, clonal evergreen shrub or subshrub which grows to 10 feet ( m) in height [16,67,80,98].This loosely to densely branched shrub often forms dense, nearly impenetrable thickets .Stems are pilose to hirsute  and branchlets glandular to pubescent .Twigs are reddish-brown with shredding bark .
Nearly 80 percent of the glacier area in the conterminous United States is in Washington, and most of those glaciers are in the North Cascades, many of them visible from Cascade Pass.
Seven hundred and fifty-six glaciers have been identified in the North Cascades, of them within the :// Top and Trending Research January-April We are pleased to share a selection of top and trending articles published in BioOne journals that cover all areas FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 4, NATIONAL PARK TRUST HELPS PROTECT POPULAR SCENIC VIEW ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL IN VIRGINIA.
Washington, D.C. (August 4, ) – On Jthe National Park Trust transferred ownership of acres of land in one of the most popular areas of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail (A.T.) near Troutville, Virginia to the National Park Volume II: The biota of North America.
Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press; in confederation with Anne H. Lindsey and C. Richie Bell, North Carolina Botanical Garden.  Kendall, Katherine C. Grizzly and black bear feeding ecology in Glacier National Park Tsuga mertensiana (Bong.)Carr.
Mountain Hemlock. Pinaceae -- Pine family. Joseph E. Means. Mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) is usually found on cold, snowy subalpine sites where it grows slowly, sometimes attaining more than years in age.
Arborescent individuals that have narrowly conical crowns until old age ( to years) and shrubby krummholz on cold, windy sites near timberline. Botanical reconnaissance of Meeks Table Research Natural Area, Washington: Report: PDF: Goat Marsh: Botanical reconnaissance of Silver Lake Research Natural Area, North Cascades National Park, Washington Report: PDF: Cascade Head: Park Histories.
Please note: The following links may contain copyrighted material. Permission has been granted to the National Park Service to post this information online, but the copyrights are still reserved by the owner of the original ://North Cascades National Park sent out a request for a proposal to do an overview and assessment study of archaeological knowledge of the tribes who had used the park.
Allan H. Smith compiled the ethnographic review, resulting in Ethnography of the North Cascades (Center for Northwest Anthropology, WSU, ).
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