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Western Junipers, Their Value to the Ecosystem, R5-MR-043, September 2008
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Use of prescribed burning in western woodland and range ecosystems: a symposium, Ma (Logan: Utah Agricultural Experiment Station, ?), by Utah. Forestry and Fire Control Section and Utah State University. College of Natural Resources (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Old junipers have a strange tendency to go hollow in their midsections, so determining the age of the trees by counting their rings can be difficult, if not impossible. Other techniques, however, have revealed that piñons can survive for close to 1, years and western junipers . Ecosystem Renewal can perform a complete hydrologic analysis of a site and design improvements to restore natural systems. What We Do. Initial field observations to document existing site conditions and research to establish historic hydrologic patterns. Wetland delineation and USACE jurisdictional determination requests. 9/7/ Interactions among livestock grazing, vegetation type, and fire behavior in the Murphy Wildland Fire Complex in Idaho and Nevada, July U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report .
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Juniperus woodlands and savannas in western North America are both extensive and dynamic, occupying approximately 55 million hectares. Various species of Juniperus have been increasing in density and are expanding into associated grasslands, reducing the size of the : Hardcover.
Biology, ecology, and management of western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) Miller, Richard F., Jon D. Bates, Tony J. Svejcar, Fred B. Pierson, and Lee E. Eddleman. western juniper woodlands and only a handful of studies on the effects of juniper removal.
In spite of this, there are strong pres- sures to control western juniper throughout its range. Interestingly, the reasons given for the necessity to control juniper are exactly the same as those given years earlier. Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis spp.
occidentalis) has rapidly expanded into shrub steppe communities in the Intermountain Northwest during the past yr. Cutting juniper is a management. An ecosystem containing juniper functions differently than one without juniper.
Particularly noticeable are the changes in the water and nutrient cycles. As western jumper increases in number and size, a larger proportion of the water falling on a site is affected by. Ecosystems & Habitats Tree Dominated Wildlife Habitats Juniper (JUN) September 2008 book Species, White Fir, Jeffrey Pine Vegetation Structure-- Juniper habitats are characterized as woodlands of open to dense aggregations of junipers (California, Utah, or western) in the form of arborescent shrubs or small trees (Cheatham and HallerKüchlerVasek and ThorneMartinPaysen et al.
Maximum growth rates for redberry juniper generally occur between June and September (McPherson and Wright ). Based on tree ring analysis, redberry junipers occupying upland sites grow about in/yr in height during years 1- 10, in/yr during years 11 – 20 and in/yr during years 21 – Juniper can be of value for wildlife.
Ranger Station, which is within the range of only western juniper, and 4) Eureka, CA, which is only generally within the reported distribution of common juniper, J. communis Linnaeus (CalFlora ). TAXONOMY The scientific name of western juniper is Juniperus occidentalis Hook.
(Cupressaceae) [71,89,90,].Sierra juniper was formerly classified as a subspecies of western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis subsp. australis) [80,].It is now classified as a distinct species (Juniperus grandis)  and is not covered in this Species n juniper hybridizes with Utah juniper.
Sarg. (one-seed juniper) and J. osteosperma (Utah juniper) are common (Jacobs et al. ); 3) the Columbia Plateau, where Juniperus occidentalis Hook. (western juniper) is the dominant species (Miller and Rose ); and 4) the Great Plains, where Juniperus virginiana L. (eastern red cedar) has been spreading (Scharenbroch et al.
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Juniper-pinyon savannas and woodlands have understo ries that are both floristically and structurally more variable than the overstory. Generally the understory is composition ally similar to that of adjacent grasslands, shrub steppes, chaparral and forests (West and others ; West and Young ).
For instance, in the western juniper wood. The conservation value of such treatments have been demonstrated for cattle (Limb et al., ), macroinvertebrates (Doxon et al., ) and small mammal communities (Fuhlendorf et al., ), showing that these practices have broader applicability and conservation value Cited by: Title: Juniper networks - Présentation | Juniper Networks® distribué par Westcon Security France Author: Juniper networks SubjectFile Size: 5MB.
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The valley was named for the pronghorns that roamed there until they were all but eliminated in the s, mostly by hunting, or Location: California, United States. © Juniper etworks nc. complex endeavors, and the risk of failing to realize their full value or implementing new processes and technologies in a timely fashion is high.
To be transformation ready, CSPs first need a clear view of their current capabilities; this will help them identify relative. Coastal ecosystems are among the most valuable on Earth due to their provisioning of ecosystem services 1, example, salt marshes, mangrove forests and seagrass beds buffer shorelines from storm damage and erosion, store carbon, serve as critical nursery grounds for commercial shellfish and finfish, and biochemically process terrestrial runoff by: Juniperus excelsa is an evergreen Tree growing to 20 m (65ft 7in).
It is hardy to zone (UK) 6. It is in leaf all year, and the seeds ripen in October. The species is dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required).
Due largely to modern day fire suppression, junipers, a “native invasive,” have expanded from one million acres at the turn of the 20th century to a staggering 10 million acres today. Junipers are a thirsty tree, drinking up to 35 gallons of water per day in a high desert ecosystem that is.
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Progress 04/15/07 to 09/30/12 Outputs OUTPUTS: Two studies have been initiated to analyze the invasive effects and control of western juniper (a native invasive tree) and medusahead (an exotic annual grass)in grazed and non-grazed rangelands of eastern Oregon and Idaho.
In addition, a multi-state study was conducted in and (and will continue) to determine the distribution and. Western juniper woodlands have been the focus of extensive research and management due to range expansion and infilling that began over a century ago.
Understanding juniper seed dispersal is vital to identifying processes behind this expansion. Dispersal of Juniperus seeds has generally been attributed to consumption of female juniper cones (“berries”) by frugivorous birds and mammals Cited by: 5.
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Piñon—juniper (Pinus spp.—Juniperus spp.) woodlands are common throughout western North America, yet relatively little is known about the habitat use and requirements for many members of its avian summer –, we assessed avian nesting substrates within piñon (Pinus edulis)— juniper (Juniperus osteosperma) woodlands in northwestern New by: 5.
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