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Southwest Exotic Plants Mapping Program - 1999 Regional Database

Dates

Publication Date
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1992-04
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1995-01
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1995-05
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1995-07
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1996-04
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1996-05
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1996-06
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1996-07
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1996-10
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1997-06
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1997-07
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1997-08
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1997-09
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1997-10
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1997-11
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1998-01
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1998-03
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1998-05
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1998-07
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1998-08
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1998-09
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1999-02
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1999-04
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1999-05
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1999-06
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1999-07
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1999-08
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1999-09
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1999-10

Summary

The Southwest Exotic Plants Mapping Program(SWEMP) is a collaborative effort between theColorado Plateau Field Station and collaboratingpartners in Arizona and New Mexico. This projectis an ongoing effort to amass a regional databaseof invasive alien plant distributions in thesouthwestern United States. The databaserepresents the known point occurrences of invasivealien plant species within Arizona, New Mexico andadjacent portions of Utah and Colorado. Thesedata, collected from 1992 through 1999, representthe field efforts of various state, federal andtribal agencies.

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Purpose

This dataset was created to provide a regionalperspective on invasive alien plant distributions.It can be used to assist land managers, as well asthe general public regarding the location,management and control of known invasive alienplant species distributions.

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