Aspen community types on the Caribou and Targhee National Forests in southeastern Idaho
W. F. Mueggler, Robert Bruce Campbell, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1982 - Aspen - 32 pages
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Abies lasiocarpa absent or scarce abundant albus AMAL Amelanchier alnifolia amplexicaulis aspen community aspen community types averaging basal area Bridger-Teton Bridger-Teton National Forest canopy cover consisted Caribou and Targhee Caribou National Forest CARU phase1 Centennial Range conifers consisted of species cover Populus tremuloides described by Steele described by Youngblood Elymus glaucus Festuca idahoensis forbs ft2/acre Geranium viscosissimum geyeri graminoids habitat type described herb layer inches 20 cm kg/ha lb/acre livestock forage low shrub layer low to moderate Lupinus argenteus Nemophila breviflora Osmorhiza chilensis overstory Pachistima Pachistima myrsinites Pinus contorta Poa nervosa Poa pratensis Populus tremuloides POTR POTR/CARU POTR/RUOC POTR/SYOR-CARU Prunus virginiana Pseudotsuga menziesii PSME PSME/CARU Rosa woodsii rubescens community type Rudbeckia occidentalis sampled stands serai southeastern ldaho species composition species rated desirable Spiraea betulifolia successional status Symphoricarpos oreophilus Symphoricarpos spp tall shrub layer Targhee National Forests Thalictrum fendleri trees tridentata Undergrowth production vegetation western Wyoming Youngblood and Mueggler