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[2016-08-30] Plant Litter Decomposition at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico (1990-1998) The long-term goal of the decomposition study was to document the effects of climate variation on decomposition of major plant litter-types. The project began in 1989 and underwent changes of locations and litter types. ...
[2016-08-30] Reptile Populations at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico (1989-1990) Reptile populations were sampled in spring and summer in various habitats: grassland, creosote shrubland, pinyon-juniper woodland, cottonwood forest, subalpine forest, and subalpine meadow. On 18 sites mark-release methods ...
[2016-08-30] Small Mammal Mark-Recapture Population Dynamics at Core Research Sites at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico (1989 - present) This file contains mark/recapture trapping data collected from 1989-2012 on permanently established web trapping arrays at 8 sites on the Sevilleta NWR. At each site 3 trapping webs are sampled for 3 consecutive nights in ...
[2016-08-30] Plant Water Potentials and Plant Physiology at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico (1989-1992) Physiological status of plants is monitored in conjunction with the sampling schedule outlined in Sevilleta Plant Demography. Several perennial life forms, including tree (Juniperus and Pinus), shrub (Larrea) and grass ...
[2016-08-30] Pinon Branch Demography Study at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico (1989-1993) This project was designed to investigate the response of plant growth and reproduction to short- and long-term variation in biotic and abiotic environmental variables. Several perennial taxa, including tree (Juniperus ...