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1. Fire, Hydrology, and Soils along the Mangrove Ecotone within the Greater Everglades Ecosystem [USGS_SOFIA_FireHydroSoils]
Fire in the south Florida landscape has historically been influential in shaping the ecosystem. The link between hydrology, soil formation, and fire is a critical complex component in the persistence ...


2. Alien Plants Ranking System (APRS) Implementation Team [NPWRC_alienplantsrankingsystem]
The Alien Plants Ranking System (APRS) is a computer-implemented system to help land managers make difficult decisions concerning invasive nonnative plants. The management of invasive plants is difficult, ...


3. Aquatic Plant Monitoring in Washington State [wa_de_aquaticplant]
Freshwater aquatic plant monitoring is conducted within the Department of Ecology.s Environmental Monitoring and Trends Section. The program's purpose is to track aquatic plant community changes in ...


4. The Federal Noxious Weeds Database [usda_aphis_ppqd_d_fnw]
The Federal Noxious Weeds (FNW) database contains taxonomic lists of plants listed as Federal Noxious Weeds under the Federal Noxious Weed Act of 1975. Listing is made by the U.S. Department ...


5. Nonindigenous Plants' Database, Army Lands Inventory [dodusacorpsaec_d_nips]
The Army Enviromental Center (AEC) gave the Waterways Experiment Station (WES) the task of developing a database covering noxious and nuisance plants because there is no central database on nonindigenous ...


6. Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk [usda_fs_ipif_d_pier]
The Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk is compiling a database and synthesis of available information on plants that are known or potential threats to Pacific island ecosystems, particularly the present ...


7. Alien Plant Invaders of Natural Areas: Weeds Gone Wild [nps_d_alieninvaders]
The Alien Plant Invaders of Natural Areas site provides: (1) a comprehensive national listing of alien invasive species of natural areas in the U.S. (currently around 500 species); (2) a referenced ...


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