Mapping Vegetation Change along the Lower Chippewa River.
Ebert, Jackie E.
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The Lower Chippewa River is a dynamic and unique river system which supports a high diversity of habitat types. Despite the ecological importance of this river system and its surrounding habitat, relatively little is known about the dynamic nature of the vegetation communities on its floodplain and low terraces. The objective of this project is to contribute to a better understand of the Lower Chippewa River landscape by examining vegetation change.
Chippewa River Valley (Wis.)--Maps
Vegetation mapping--Wisconsin--Chippewa River Valley
Vegetation--Wisconsin--Chippewa River Valley--Maps
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