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SURVEY OF INVASIVE, EXOTIC AND NOXIOUS FLORA FOR U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE AT KENAI NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, KENAI PENINSULA ALASKA

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Year
2005

Citation

Slemmons, Caleb R., 2005, SURVEY OF INVASIVE, EXOTIC AND NOXIOUS FLORA FOR U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE AT KENAI NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, KENAI PENINSULA ALASKA: Miami University.

Summary

The increasing awareness and threat of exotic and invasive flora in Alaska necessitated a preliminary survey of exotic plant distribution for the nearly 2 million acre Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Southcentral Alaska. As a Biological Technician Intern at the Refuge my primary responsibility was to develop, write and begin implementation of a plan to survey exotic, invasive and noxious flora. In addition, I was also involved in various side projects including dendrochronological dating of cabin logs and miscellaneous projects such as snowmachine trail use monitoring, double-crested cormorant nest counts and burn severity assessment at the 2005 Glacier Creek fire on Tustumena Lake. The following report details and evaluates my experience.

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Author :
Slemmons, Caleb R.
Publisher :
Miami University

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