Wildlife Management. By C. Kohn Based on Wisconsin Woodlands: Wildlife Management by Dr. Scott Craven, UW-Madison . Intro to Wildlife Management. Many people own woodland for reasons that center around wildlife e.g. photography, hunting, trapping, watchingBy jenaya
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Different Communities. Rural, urban, and suburban areas By: Dominic Poltrone & Dorian Arapi . Rural communities… Are spread out , does not have much people, there is lots of farm land, not much houses, & lots of animals. . Urban communities…
Measuring Plant Communities. Staring Debbie,Leigh,Monica,Pat,Tina & Dr. Phil. Measuring Plant Communities With Debbie,Leigh,Monica,Pat,Tina & Dr. Phil. What is a community?. Populations of different species living in the same place at the same time interacting in some way.
Chaparral Biome : plant communities. Santa Monica Mountains: Hard Chaparral, Woodlands, Riparian Big Sycamore Canyon Coastal Sage Scrub (soft chaparral). We will focus on looking at the common shrubs and how they are adapted to this biome. Plants of the Coastal Sage Scrub Community….
Illinois Plant Communities – Prairie Ecosystems. Prairie Limits. Eastern margin of these grasslands typically has annual precipitation of 75 - 100 cm from Texas to Indiana and 50 - 65 cm farther north; roughly 75% of the precipitation occurs in the growing season
Biodiversity within plant based communities. By the end of this session you will:. Describe how you can investigate plant populations including estimating population number Outline to a variety of ways in which biodiversity can be determined including Simpson’s Index of Biodiversity
Illinois Plant Communities – Prairie Ecosystems. Primary Production. Grasses occur in two basic forms - sod (or turf) grasses form a thick mat - bermuda grass, blue grass bunch grasses grow in distinct clumps - little bluestem, prairie dropseed
Illinois Plant Communities – Prairie Ecosystems. Illinois Native Ecosystems Today. 2,352 high quality acres of remnant tallgrass prairie (less than 1/100 of 1% of the original) 918,000 acres of wetland (only 6,000 of high quality)
Invasive Plant Ecology and Interaction with Native Plant Communities . John Madsen, Chair Mississippi State University Toni Pennington, Portland State University John Titus, SUNY-Binghamton. Plant demography Population Dynamics Life History Reproduction Growth Nutrition
Revegetation of Weed-Infested Plant Communities. Jane Mangold Extension Invasive Plant Specialist. Begin with the end in mind. . . Kill the weed—Yes, but not the whole story Healthy plant community that meets management objectives. Vicious (and Frustrating) Cycle.