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SURVEY OF INVASIVE, EXOTIC AND NOXIOUS FLORA FOR U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE AT KENAI NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, KENAI PENINSULA ALASKA
Slemmons, Caleb R

2005, Master of Environmental Science, Miami University, Environmental Sciences.
The increasing awareness and threat of exotic and invasive flora in Alaska necessitated a preliminary survey of exotic plant distribution for the nearly 2 million acre Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Southcentral Alaska. As a Biological Technician Intern at the Refuge my primary responsibility was to develop, write and begin implementation of a plan to survey exotic, invasive and noxious flora. In addition, I was also involved in various side projects including dendrochronological dating of cabin logs and miscellaneous projects such as snowmachine trail use monitoring, double-crested cormorant nest counts and burn severity assessment at the 2005 Glacier Creek fire on Tustumena Lake. The following report details and evaluates my experience.
Thomas Crist (Advisor)
106 p.

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Slemmons, Caleb. "SURVEY OF INVASIVE, EXOTIC AND NOXIOUS FLORA FOR U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE AT KENAI NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, KENAI PENINSULA ALASKA." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Miami University, 2005. OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. 21 Apr 2015.

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