Common Elements: Ecological Sites Descriptions and Ecological Units in the Southwest National Cooperative Soil Survey Conference Ecological Site Description Forum Las Cruces, NM May 13, 2009. Wayne A. Robbie, Supervisory Soil Scientist USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region Albuquerque, NM.
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Common Elements: Ecological Sites Descriptions and Ecological Units in the SouthwestNational Cooperative Soil Survey ConferenceEcological Site Description ForumLas Cruces, NMMay 13, 2009
Wayne A. Robbie, Supervisory Soil Scientist
USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region
Purpose of the MOU: Develop a standardized method for defining, delineating, and describing ecological sites
utilize science-based technical processes to sustain and enhance natural resources and the environment.
Minimum requirements to be included in the contents of the draft rangeland ecological site description, cont’d (190-V-RESIM, First Edition, 2008)
Spreadsheet of descriptive and total interpretive elements by method
Comparison of total descriptive and interpretive data elements by method.
Number of data elements, by category, for ecological sites description by method.
Crosswalk of MLRA 35 and Gila NF
Crosswalk of MLRA 38 and Gila NF
Crosswalk of MLRA 39-New Mexico/Gila NF