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Invasive and exotic species management for Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve: 2009 Summary report

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Year
2010

Citation

Terwilliger, Miranda N., Donohue, Joseph M., Gilmore, Lilian M., Harper, Tamara E., and Laushman, Katie M., 2010, Invasive and exotic species management for Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve: 2009 Summary report: National Park Service: Fort Collins, Colorado, v. NPS/WRST/NRDS—2010/023, 61 Pages.

Summary

This report describes the work performed by the Exotic Plant Management Team (EPMT) at Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve (WRST) during the 2009 season. Four EPMT members were stationed at three locations in the park: Copper Center, Slana, and McCarthy-Kennecott. Invasive plant inventories and weeding occurred around these three locations, along the McCarthy and Nabesna Roads, along the Copper River, at other locations in the Copper Basin, and at seven backcountry destinations within the park. Invasive plant populations were mapped using GeoXT Trimble units and manual weeding was performed with the help of volunteers, a Southeast Alaska Guidance Association (SAGA) crew, and seasonal National Park Service (NPS) employees. [...]

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NWBLCC-20160503-Saved.xml

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  • Natural Resource Data Series

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