3 edition of Rangeland inventory & monitoring found in the catalog.
Rangeland inventory & monitoring
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in Denver, Colo. (Service Center, SC-657B, Denver Federal Center, Building 50, Colorado 80225)
Written in English
|Other titles||Rangeland inventory and monitoring|
|Series||Technical reference -- 4400-5, Technical reference (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 4400-5|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management|
|The Physical Object|
Rangeland health: new methods to classify, inventory, and monitor rangelands / Committee on Rangeland Classification, Board on Agriculture, National Research Council. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index. ISBN 1. Range management United States. 2. Rangelands United States. 3. Range ecology United States. Size: 7MB. A national system to inventory and monitor rangelands should be based on the collection and analysis of data on changes in a minimum set of multiple indicators of rangeland health. Rangelands are diverse, and large amounts of data are needed for all range management activities.
The concept of rangeland health has become the preferred alternative to range condition. This concept is currently used by most range professionals as a basis for inventory and assessment. Version 4 of Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health is the second published edition of this technique. Rangeland health: new methods to classify, inventory, and monitor rangelands / Committee on Rangeland Classification, Board on Agriculture, National Research Council. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index.
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The National Range and Pasture Handbook provide procedures in support of NRCS policy for the inventory, analysis, treatment, and management of grazing land resources.
Inventory and monitoring have always been central themes of rangeland management, as tools to assist in making wise decisions according to the productive potential of the land resource, such as, carrying capacity, utilization levels, grazing systems, and range improvements.
Rangeland inventory – a descriptive list of land, vegetation, infrastructure, and livestock resources for a particular pasture or ranch; provides accurate representation of existing conditions. Rangeland monitoring- a systematic approach to evaluate responses to management actions over Size: 4MB.
The Rangeland Inventory, Monitoring, and Evaluation report contains 7 tables and has undergone various modifications in content over the years. Table 1 and table 2 report on inventories of vegetation on Bureau of Land Management rangelands.
Table 3 reports on the monitoring of trend (the change over time) in vegetation on Bureau of Land. Contact: If you have questions regarding this IM, contact Mike “Sherm” Karl, Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring Specialist, Division of Resource Services, National Operations Center, ator [email protected]; or Maggie Marston, Rangeland Management Specialist, Division of Forest, Rangeland, Riparian, and Plant Conservation, WO A critique of "Methods for Inventory and Monitoring of Vegetation, Litter, and Soil Surface Condition".
In: National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences. Developing strategies for rangeland management. Westview Press. pp Risser, P.G. Methods for inventory and monitoring of vegetation, litter, and soil surface condition.
Extensive areas are often covered in range inventory or monitoring programs, making it impractical to count every plant or to traverse every meter of Rangeland inventory & monitoring book. Therefore, a sampleis collected to obtain a subset of data that is assumed to represent the entire site, or population.
The inventory and monitoring section describes meth-ods of determining production, composition, and uti-lization. The evaluating and rating of ecological sites section gives procedures for determining trend and similarity index and evaluating rangeland health attri-butes on rangelands and forage value ratings on grazed forest Size: 1MB.
Rangeland Monitoring: Analysis, Interpretation and Evaluation BLM BLM Technical Reference Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring: Supplemental Studies Habich BLM Technical Reference Rangeland Monitoring: Trend Studies [Superceded by TR] Habich BLM Technical Reference Monitor vegetation to improve rangelands.
The Rangeland Analysis Platform (RAP) provides powerful perspective and context for rangeland monitoring. It makes it easy to develop new strategies that improve range productivity, and to evaluate current or past land management practices.
Rangeland Inventory, Monitoring, & Evaluation Reports Each fiscal year sincethe Bureau of Land Management has compiled a national, BLM-wide Rangeland Inventory, Monitoring, and Evaluation Report. This report contains 7 tables and has undergone various modifications through time. Tables 1, 2, and 3 contain results on the BLM's vegetation inventories and trend.
x, pages: 28 cm This Technical Reference contains the rangeland inventory and monitoring techniques historically used in the Bureau of Land Pages: This book examines the scientific basis of methods used by federal agencies to inventory, classify, and monitor rangelands; it assesses the success of these methods; and it recommends improvements.
The book's findings and recommendations are of interest to the public; scientists; ranchers; and local, state, and federal policymakers.
Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring: Supplemental Studies. This Technical Reference contains the rangeland inventory and monitoring techniques historically used in the Bureau since the formation of the Grazing Service; It does not include local or regional techniques. Where manuals could not be located, the best available documentation was used.
These agencies have manuals and handbooks that establish accepted procedures for inventory and monitoring of rangelands as well as the process for developing, implementing, and establishing compliance with rangeland management plans.
Desertification has occurred worldwide. The biophysical and socio-economic complexity of this phenomenon has challenged our ability to categorize, inventory, monitor and repair the condition of degraded lands. One of the most important distinctions to be made in relation to land degradation is between cultivated land used for annual crop production and `rangelands'.Reviews: 1.
Rangeland inventory and monitoring have been transformed during the past 10 years by four major innovations. 1 The first innovation is the standardization of functional indicators of land health associated with the adoption of standard methods.
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) recent adoption2, 3 of a subset of the methods used nationally since by the Natural Resource Conservation Cited by: 7. references outlining procedures for rangeland inventory, monitoring, and the evaluation of rangeland data.
Through his efforts, resource specialists were provided with the tools to improve the public rangelands for the benefit of rangeland users and the American public. DEDICATION. Rangelands publishes articles on the current state of the science and art of rangeland management.
As a publication of the Society for Range Management, Rangelands provides readers relevant information founded in the current rangeland science and management knowledge base in an approachable format. Rangeland management occurs at the nexus of ecology, soil science, hydrology, animal science.
Rangeland inventory and monitoring: selected bibliography of remote sensing applications by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Denver Service :. Contact: If you have questions regarding this IM, contact Mike “Sherm” Karl, Inventory and Monitoring Specialist, Division of Resource Services, National Operations Center, at or [email protected]; or Richard Mayberry, Rangeland Management Specialist, Division of Forest, Rangeland, Riparian, and Plant Conservation, WO, at Students will learn a variety of monitoring methods and which ones are best suited for specific plant community attributes, management objectives, or landscape issues.
Additionally students will become familiar with integrating monitoring data with commonly used rangeland monitoring and assessment tools such as state-and-transition models and GIS.This National Range and Pasture Handbook was originally produced by the Natural Resources Conservation Service's Grazing Lands Technology Insti-tute (GLTI), Fort Worth, Texas, Rhett H.
Johnson, director. Larry D. Butler, Ph.D., rangeland management specialist, was the primary technical editor and day-to-day project coordinator.