2 edition of Ecological characteristics of pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Mark Zarn ; prepared under contract with Bureau of Land Management, Denver Service Center, Denver, Co|
|Series||Technical note / U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management -- TN-310, Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 310.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Denver Service Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
The pinyon-juniper woodland ecosystem complex is highly variable across the western landscape, as is bird community composition. We investigated relations between breeding birds and vegetation characteristics in modified pinyon-juniper woodlands at three sites (BLM, USFS, NPS) on the Colorado Plateau. It is widespread and often abundant in this region, forming extensive open woodlands, usually mixed with junipers in the pinyon-juniper woodland plant community. The Colorado pinyon (piñon) grows as the dominant species on million acres (19, km 2 or 7, sq mi) in Colorado Clade: Tracheophytes.
We investigated relations between breeding birds and vegetation characteristics in modified pinyon–juniper woodlands at three sites (BLM, USFS, NPS) on the Colorado Plateau. During the breeding seasons of and , we surveyed birds and measured vegetation in 74 study plots. Ecological Characteristics of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands on the Colorado Plateau: A Literature Survey Zarn 12/ BLM Technical Note An Economic Analysis Series for Screening Proposed Timber Management Projects, Report No. 1: Analytical Considerations Horak 11/ BLM Technical Note A Bibliography on the Northern Goshawk (Accipiter.
Figure Ranges of canopy cover in three pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau. Figure Ranges in density of juniper and pinyon pine trees in three pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau. 0 Juniper Pinyon Trees . chained pinyon-juniper woodlands in Colorado found greater species diversity on the unchained site, although lower total numbers of animals . Many reptiles also rely on the pinyon-juniper ecosystem for habitat . Seventy-three different bird species breed in pinyon-juniper habitat woodlands.
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Ecological characteristics of pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau: a literature survey Paperback – January 1, by Mark. Zarn (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: Mark. Zarn. Piñon-Juniper Woodlands. Major Species. The most common species within piñon-juniper woodlands are Colorado piñon pine (Pinus edulis) and Utah (Juniperus osteosperma) and one-seed (Juniperus monosperma) juniper, although Rocky Mountain juniper (Juniperus scopulorum) may codominate or replace one-seed juniper at high elevations.
Piñon-juniper woodlands account for just over 5 million. Covering as much as 15% of the land area in 5 states—Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah—pinyon-juniper woodlands provide a wealth of resources and ecosystem services, from wildlife habitat and vegetative cover for watershed protection, to pinyon nuts and fuelwood (Gottfried et al.
View the complete pinyon-juniper synthesis. View fact sheet on pinyon-juniper ecology. View fact sheet on pinyon-juniper history. View fact sheet on pinyon-juniper ecohydrology.
View fact sheet on pinyon-juniper management and restoration. This synthesis reviews current knowledge of pinyon and juniper ecosystems, in both persistent and newly expanded woodlands, for managers, researchers, and.
The pinyon and juniper type is widespread on the Colorado Plateau, occurring between 5, to 7, feet in elevation. Range, species composition, structure, and stand characteristics are influenced by moisture availability and precipitation patterns.
Pinyon-Juniper Habitat. In Colorado, pinyon-juniper ecological systems may occur as shrublands or woodlands. These systems are typically found at lower elevations (ranging from 4, – 8, ft) on dry mountains and foothills of the Colorado Plateau region on the Western Slope.
Pinyon-juniper also occurs in a limited distribution on the eastern plains near the Purgatoire River. Pinyon-juniper may exist on deeper valley soils, buttree size and density increase as elevation increases and soil depth decreases (Vasek andThorne ).
Characteristic landforms include gently rolling hills to steep mountainslopes, rocky canyons, and narrow ridges (Bradley and Deacon ). In Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Pinyon-juniper woodland is one of the most prevalent types of coniferous woodland in northern Arizona and New Mexico.
In Arizona the great basin woodland species are Juniperus arizonica, Juniperus californica in western Arizona, Juniperus deppeana, Juniperus monosperma, Juniperus osteosperma, Juniperus scopulorum at higher elevations, Pinus monophylla var.
fallax. Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands Pinyon-juniper woodland is the most common forest type in the American Southwest, covering over 40 million hectares ( million acres) in ten states, and extending south into Mexico, and north into Idaho, Oregon, and Wyoming. Excellent Article on the Twisted Truths of Pinyon-Juniper Forest Removal in the Great Basin.
Decem - This article by Katie Fite of Wildlands Defense, published a few days ago in Counterpunch, well summarizes what we have discovered about pinyon-juniper native trees are simply a scapegoat to hide the real problems. This factsheet is an abbreviated version of the ecohydrology section of the book.
The Ecology, History, Ecohydrology, and. Management of Pinyon and Juniper Woodlands in the Great Basin and Northern Colorado Plateau of the Western U.S. by Richard Miller and others.
The book is a thorough review of the current knowledge of pinyon and juniper. Get this from a library. Ecological characteristics of pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau: a literature survey.
[Mark Zarn; United States. Bureau of. Ecology, management, and restoration of piñon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems: combined proceedings of the St. George, Utah and Albuquerque, New Mexico workshops. Proceedings RMRS-P Fort Collins, CO: U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Cited by: 3. Northern Colorado Plateau pin˜on-juniper woodland decline over the past century PAUL A. ARENDT AND WILLIAM L. BAKER Department of Geography, DepartmentE. University Avenue, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming USA Citation: Arendt, P.
A., and W. Baker. Northern Colorado Plateau pi˜non-juniper woodland decline Cited by: 3. Management alternatives for pinyon-juniper woodlands: the ecology of the pinyon-juniper type of the Colorado Plateau and the basin and range provinces / Title Variants: Alternative: A.
ecological phaseCited by: 2. and Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands (Cheatham and Haller ). Cheatham and Haller Ecological characteristics of pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Colorado Plateau a literature survey.
U.S. Dep. Interior Bur. Land Manage. Tech. Note Title. Introduction. Pinyon-juniper ecosystems occur extensively across western North America and are found on about 30 M ha in the United States ().At a subcontinental scale, species composition, structural characteristics, and historical disturbance regimes are thought to correspond to a seasonal precipitation gradient extending from the Pacific Northwest and western California to southern New Cited by: 1.
western third of Colorado, west of the Continental Divide, from to feet ( to m) above sea level, principally below feet ( m). It is the most common juniper of the Pinyon-juniper woodlands of the arid western inter-mountain basins.
Where conditions are too hot and dry forFile Size: 2MB. Location and Distribution. Pinyon-juniper (Pinus spp.-Juniperus spp.) communities occupy areas in 10 states of the Great Basin (to 42°N), the Colorado Plateau, the Rocky Mountains, and the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts (Figure 1).It extends southward to the states of Jalisco and Puebla in Mexico (to 18°N).
Pinyon and juniper trees grow together and tolerate a broad range of environmental. GENERAL DISTRIBUTION: Pinyon-juniper woodlands cover more than million acres in the western U.S. .Singleleaf pinyon has a large area of distribution and, therefore, probably a large degree of genetic variation .It is the predominant tree species in the isolated mountain ranges of the Great Basin, ranging from southern Idaho, western Utah and northwestern Arizona, through most of.
Generalizing Ecological Site Concepts of the Colorado Plateau for Landscape-Level Applications Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands, with various shrubs interspersed. Mostly exposed bedrock.
Saline Hills and Badlands: Highly salt limited (approaching sodic in some), erosion features common, often sloping.
Cited by: Managing Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands. treatments to piñon-juniper woodlands to meet a range of ecological, social, and economic goals.
of the Colorado Plateau. The pinyon-juniper woodlands.Natural Resources Conservation Service Ecological Site Description Section l: Ecological Site Characteristics They used pinyon-juniper woodlands for hunting, fuelwood, for food, such as pinon nuts.
Colorado Plateau are more susceptible to die off from severe drought (Miller and Tausch, ). Historically, fires before EuropeanFile Size: 1MB.