Understanding Ecological Sites

Brischke, Andrew
Hall, Ashley L.
McReynolds, K.
Arizona Cooperative Extension
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Ecological sites are a conceptual landscape classification system used to interpret potential across the landscape. The fundamental assumption of ecological sites is that landscapes can be grouped with sufficient precision to increase the probability of success of site-specific predictions, decisions, and management actions (USDA-NRCS, 2011).
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Technical Report
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University of Arizona

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