1 edition of Statistical considerations in rangeland monitoring found in the catalog.
by U. S. Bureau of Land Management, Denver Service Center in [Denver, Colo.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Rangeland monitoring : statistical considerations.|
|Series||Technical reference (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 4400-08, Technical reference (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 4400-08.|
|Contributions||Willoughby, John W., United States. Bureau of Land Management|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 73 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
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Title. Statistical considerations in rangeland monitoring. Title Variants: Alternative: Rangeland monitoring: statistical considerations. Related Titles. Series: Technical reference (United States.
Bureau of Land Management) ; COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available Statistical considerations in rangeland monitoring book this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Statistical considerations in rangeland monitoring Item Preview remove-circle Statistical considerations in rangeland monitoring by Martinson, Frederick K Topics Range management, Vegetation surveys, Grazing, Statistical methods, Range management, Vegetation surveys, Grazing, Statistics Publisher [Denver, Colo.]: U.
Bureau of Pages: The interagency technical team first met in January to evaluate the existing rangeland monitoring techniques described in BLM’s Trend Studies, Technical Reference TR The team spent 2 years reviewing, modifying, adding to, and eliminating techniques for this interagency Sampling Vegetation Attributes technical reference.
Feedback. More information on statistical and sampling considerations is in Appendix I - Statistical Considerations. To avoid having to sample an excessive number of locations, monitoring often reduces the variability by focusing on key areas where change across time should reflect the response from planned management action.
Using Very-Large-Scale Aerial Imagery for Rangeland Monitoring and Assessment: Some Statistical Considerations Article in Rangeland Ecology & Management 65(4). Considerations in Selecting Key Species 9 c. Key Species on Depleted Rangelands 9 (1) Key Species Sparse 10 (2) Key Species Absent 10 l RANGELAND MONITORING - PLANNING FOR MONITORING Selecting Sampling Methods and Sampling Designs 10 Basic Sampling Methodologies 10 Other Sampling Methodologies 10 Sampling Designs 10 The statistical power of rangeland monitoring data.
important change across landscapes requires statistical power (of which sample size is a fundamental budgetary consideration) and Author: Peter Sundt.
A method for monitoring the use of woody species is addressed in Utilization Studies and Residual Measurements (BLM b), and modifications of that technique for riparian areas are addressed in Burton et al.
() and the Ranchers’ Monitoring Guide (Perryman et al. Michael (Mike) Duniway is a soil scientist focused on soils and soil processes in dryland ecosystems and the interactions between environmental and land-use drivers, vegetation, soils, and geomorphology.
His areas of focus include restoration, ecohydrology, effects of land-use (grazing, energy, and recreation), dust production, plant-soil feedbacks, and soil mapping and.
Options and considerations for restoring disturbed rangeland are presented, in addition to future directions in rangeland degradation monitoring and assessment.
View chapter Purchase book. Read full chapter. statistical results were introduced to the monitoring model for assessing vegetation transition shifts. The current theory and practice of rangeland assessment have a long history that is closely related to the ways that rangelands were used and studied.
The nineteenth century was a period of exploration and development of the rangelands of the western United States. The need for systematic methods of. Essentially all experiment station projects involve the collection and analysis of data.
There are significant economic, societal, social, and environmental costs when a researcher uses statistical methods incorrectly or when obsolete methods are used.
The quality of this research will be enhanced if the researcher has access to assistance from a professional statistician. Developing strategies for rangeland management: a report. [National Research Council (U.S.). Comment and discussion / Gregory M. Wickware --Methods for inventory and monitoring of A critique / Phil R.
Ogden --Sampling and statistical considerations in range resource inventories / Charles D. Bonham --Sampling and statistical. The topic of sample design is a very involved one where there are few singly right solutions.
The choice of techniques for designing field studies is driven by many factors like the overall assessment/monitoring objectives, sampling objectives, the.
Design and Analysis of Long-term Ecological Monitoring Studies To provide useful and meaningful information, long-term ecological programs need to 2 An overview of statistical considerations in long-term monitoring 23 ds 3 Monitoring that matters 54 Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Snake River Field Station.
Monitoring: High-quality monitoring of information encourages timely decision-making, ensures project accountability, and provides a robust foundation for evaluation and learning. It is through the continuous monitoring of project performance that you have an opportunity to learn about what is working well and what challenges are arising.
Establishing and Adjusting Appropriate Management Levels. T he Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of (P.L. ), as amended by the Public Rangelands Improvement Act of (P.L. ), requires the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to “determine appropriate management levels for wild free-roaming horses and burros on [designated] public lands.”.
EPA R September MONITORING PRIMER FOR RANGELAND WATERSHEDS by Thomas E. Bedell Certified Range Management Consultant Philomath, Oregon and John C. Backhouse Department of Rangeland Resources Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon Society for Range Management York Street Denver, Colorado.
With the encroachment of piñon (Pinus ssp.) and juniper (Juniperus ssp.) woodlands onto sagebrush steppe rangelands, there is an increasing interest in rapid, accurate, and inexpensive quantification methods to estimate tree canopy cover and aboveground objectives of this study were 1) to evaluate the relationship and agreement of piñon and juniper (P-J) Cited by:.
Statistical Considerations In designing a water-quality monitoring effort, statistical design is vitally important in drawing sound conclusions from the data. Statistical design will guide the sampling, the number of sites to sample, the statistical .Statistical techniques for spatial analysis of ecological data are burgeoning and many ecologists are unfamiliar with what is available and how the techniques should be used correctly.
This book gives an overview of the wide range of spatial statistics available to analyse ecological data, and provides advice and guidance for graduate students Cited by: Biological Monitoring of the Environment: A Manual of Methods (Salanki, Jeffrey, & Hughes) (QH M64 B ) Biology Data Book (Altman) (ref QH A39) Botanical Survey and Monitoring Methods for Grasslands (Smith, Wells, & .