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Long range management plan: Arboretum ecological communities, 1992

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Kline, Virginia M.
Long range management plan: Arboretum ecological communities, 1992
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum, 1992
188 leaves : maps ; 30 cm

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Contents

Long range management plan: Arboretum ecological communities, 1992

Introduction, p. 1

Overview, pp. 2-6

Table of contents: Forests of southern Wisconsin, p. 7

Size and forest type for southern forest units, p. 8

Map showing location of southern forest units, p. 9

General description of southern forest types, pp. 10-11

Grady Planted Oaks, pp. 12-14

Grady Knolls Forest, pp. 15-19

Grady Kettle Hole Forest, pp. 20-22

Noe Woods, pp. 23-27

Gallistel Woods, pp. 28-34

Lost City Forest, pp. 35-39

West and east lowland forest, pp. 40-42

Table of contents: Forests of northern Wisconsin, p. 43

Size and forest type for northern forest units, p. 44

Map showing location of northern forest units, p. 45

General description of northern forests, pp. 46-48

Northeast Grady jackpines, pp. 49-50

Jackpines SE of Teal Pond, pp. 51-54

Aldo Leopold Memorial Forest, pp. 55-62

Evjue Pine Forest, pp. 63-67

Lost City pines, pp. 68-70

Wingra Woods, pp. 71-76

Southeast sugar maple-pine forest, pp. 77-79

Teal Pond white cedars, pp. 80-81

Wingra white cedar swamp, pp. 82-84

East marsh tamaracks, p. 85

Teal Pond tamaracks, pp. 86-88

Wingra Springs tamaracks, pp. 89-91

West spruce-fir forest, pp. 92-94

Southeast spruce-fir forest, pp. 95-97

Table of contents: Prairies and savannas, p. 99

Size and community type for prairie and savanna units, p. 100

Map showing location of prairie and savanna units, p. 101

General description of prairies and savannas, pp. 102-104

Curtis Prairie, pp. 105-111

Henry Greene Prairie, pp. 112-116

Marion Dunn Prairie, pp. 117-120

Wingra overlook prairie, pp. 121-123

Juniper Knoll uplands, pp. 124-128

Grady Knolls, pp. 129-134

Southwest Grady savanna, pp. 135-140

Wingra oak savanna, pp. 141-147

Carver Street savanna, pp. 148-150

Table of contents: Open wetlands, p. 153

Size and wetland type for wetland units, p. 154

Map showing location of open wetland units, p. 155

General description of open wetland types, pp. 156-158

Map for Gardner Marsh (east marsh), p. 159

Gardner Marsh (east marsh), pp. 160-164

Wingra Marsh and fen (west marsh), pp. 165-169

Southeast marsh, pp. 170-173

Teal Pond wetlands, pp. 174-178

South shore fen, pp. 179-182

Redwing Marsh, pp. 183-185

Bog garden, pp. 186-188


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