3 edition of Resource guide to wetland scientists of the Pacific Northwest. found in the catalog.
Resource guide to wetland scientists of the Pacific Northwest.
by Shorelands and Coastal Zone Management Program, Wetlands Section in Olympia, WA
Written in English
|Contributions||Washington (State). Shorelands & Coastal Zone Management Program. Wetlands Section., Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Wetlands Training. The National Wetland Team develops training modules, provides technical leadership, and instructs training courses in a variety of wetland related issues through the NRCS National Employee Development Center (NEDC) and other units of government. These courses are intended for government audiences; however, enrollment is based upon the criteria of the government . This concise and easy-to-use field guide provides a wealth of information about the plants of the rich wetland ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. Grouped by habitat, this guide describes wooded wetland, wetland prairie, marshy shore, shrub swamp, and the submerged and floating communities. Wetland Plants of Oregon and Washington includes: * Descriptions of more than.
Browse Native Plant Photos. #N#(no plants selected) #N#Photos are organized by plant type (e.g. tree, shrub, groundcover). These images are copyrighted and permission must be obtained before use. details. Can't find your plant? You may find it among the noxious weed photos instead. #N#black cottonwood. #N#black hawthorn. #N#Douglas' Maple. Oregon State University has an excellent webpage, Common Trees of the Pacific Northwest, that includes native, naturalized, and commonly planted non-native trees in the Pacific Northwest. British Columbia's Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations has a great online version of their Tree Book with descriptions of native trees.
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