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Lichens of the National Forests in Alaska

Lichens of the National Forests in Alaska

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Alaska Region in [Juneau, Alaska] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest reserves -- Alaska,
  • Lichens -- Alaska

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Alaska Region
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14555543M
    OCLC/WorldCa75492105

    The Lichen Checklist contains accepted names of lichen species and infraspecies that are known to occur in checklist is searchable by both accepted names and synonyms, but it displays only the accepted names. To explore the relationships between applied/misapplied names and accepted names and to view the USDA Plants Database Codes, refer to the Comprehensive Checklist page. Get this from a library! Lichen communities as climate indicators in the U.S. Pacific States. [Robert J Smith; Sarah Jovan; Bruce McCune; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.),] -- Epiphytic lichens are bioindicators of climate, air quality, and other forest conditions and may reveal how forests will respond to global changes in the U.S. Pacific States of Alaska, Washington.

    Young dall sheep ram on marmot rock, and outcrop with orange lichen that overlooks the Polychrome mountains of the Alaska Range in Denali National Park, Interior, Alaska.   Crustose lichens look flat and white--like chalk drawn on the rocks--and grow on the rock like a crust. Foliose may appear similar in its young growth, but as it ages the edges curl ose are shrub-like and, as the name suggests, resemble little shrubs. The foliose specimen, 'Maritime Sunburst Lichen', Xanthoria parietina is in the Teloschistaceae family, commonly found on the northeast.

      forest. For a map showing Alaska’s land status and forest types, see Figure on page 2. Boreal Forest The boreal zone is a broad northern circumpolar belt that spans up to 10° of latitude in North America. The boreal forest of North America stretches from Alaska to the Rocky Mountains and eastward to the Atlantic Ocean and occupies. An additional 11 lichens they collected within the forest plot turned out, after further examination, to be new to science. That same day, Lendemer, a renowned lichenologist at the New York Botanical Garden, hiked a couple of miles up a nearby trail and added several more new-to-science lichen .


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Lichens of the National Forests in Alaska Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lichens provide food for many animals including flying squir-rels, black-tailed deer, and mountain goats.

Many inverte-brates use lichens for food or for shelter. The national forests in Alaska contain a myriad of habitats where more than species of lichens thrive. A few lichens are generalists and can be found across many different habi-File Size: 2MB. Genre/Form: Government publications: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lichens of the National Forests in Alaska.

[Juneau, Alaska]: U.S. Dept. Alaska Region. From “Guide to Your National Forests and Grasslands (PDF)”, The Alaska Region occupies the rugged, mountainous coast of the northeast Pacific Ocean. The maze of fjords and islands, streams and mountains characterizing the Region support a wide array of vegetation types ranging from vast wetlands to luxuriant temperate rainforests to magnificent alpine ecosystems.

Plan & Book Your Dream Trip. Get Bob's Newsletter The Alaska Map About My Dream Trip. Alaska National Parks; Denali National Park; Kenai Fjords National Park; Katmai National Park; Alaska Lichens twitter email print. Devil’s Matchstick. By James Walton, National Park Service Lichens are a conspicuous and colorful component of Alaska’s vegetation and one of the most species-rich groups of organisms to inhabit the Arctic.

A lichen is a composite organism consisting of a fungus and an alga and/or cyanobacteria growing together in a symbiotic partnership. Lichens are interesting organisms. They are diverse, adaptable, functional, and little understood. They play an important role in our natural ecosystems and can let us know when those ecosystems are in trouble.

Lichens are beautiful, especially when you view a lichen-drenched Douglas-fir or a colorful crust-covered cliff, and up close when viewed under a hand-lens or microscope. forests. There they play criical roles in nutrient cycling, soil aggregaion, and water retenion, as well as provide a food source for animals large and small.

In general, the three main lifestyles of mushroom-producing fungi in forests are decomposer, mycorrhizal partner, and parasite. Mushrooms of the National Forests in Alaska. Lichens are found all across North America and all over the world.

They are found in a vast diversity of habitats and climates, from the Sonoran desert on the Coronado National Forest, to the alpine tundra of Alaskan mountains on the Chugach National Forest, and in the tropical rainforests of the El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico.

Derr, C () Air quality biomonitoring on the Chugach National Forest – & methods and baselines using lichens. USDA Forest Service, Alaska Region, Report TPR Derr, C, McCune, B and Geiser, LH () Epiphytic macrolichen communities in Pinus contorta peatlands in southeastern Alaska.

relative), reindeer (lichens), and Spanish moss (pineapple relative). There are an estimated 8,–9, true moss species worldwide; approximately occur in Alaska.

Mosses are in two general forms. The. upright, usually unbranched form generates the sporophyte from the tip of the stem (acrocarps). In those with separate male plants, the.

lichen types tend to live in nitrogen-poor habitats such as bare rock surfaces, the forest canopy, or on sandy soils. Lichens provide food for many animals including fl ying squirrels, black-tailed deer, and mountain goats.

Many invertebrates use lichens for food or for shelter. The diverse ecosystems along the south coast of Alaska. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http.

There are United States National Forests in 41 states. Each one is under the supervision of the U.S. Forest Service, which falls under the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is composed of several ranger districts.

The person in charge of a national forest is called the forest. A total of species and 10 subspecies and varieties of lichens, plus six species of lichenicolous fungi, are reported from Alaska, the Yukon, British Columbia, and Alberta, mainly along the. Southeast Alaska. More bald eagles reside here than any other place in the world.

The Tongass National Forest, the nation’s largest forest, comprises the bulk of Southeast’s Federal lands, with 17 million acres of forest, mountains, alpine meadows, lakes, streams, muskegs, and glaciers.

Scientists have learned that a kind of lichen found in Southeast Alaska is a distinct sub-species that has evolved from the lichen of the same name found elsewhere in the world.

This particular lichen has only been found in a small part of the Tongass National Forest. It also has received a new name, honoring the Tlingit people of the area. Lichens in Prince William Forest Park are consistently higher in species richness, highest in coverage of pollution-sensitive species, and lower in element concentration than those from other parks.

Though moderate variation exists between urban and rural parks, there are no significant pollution “hot spots” in the NCR. From Prairies to Peaks: A History of the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service, From Prairies to Peaks: A History of the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service, Discover Adak "National Forest" in Adak, Alaska: America's smallest "national forest" has only 33 trees.

Lichens are like little sponges that take up everything that comes their way, including air pollution. In a baseline air-quality study, lichen specimens from the Tongass National Forest in Alaska were chemically analysed to see what toxics were in the air.

Most lichens are. Moss on trees, Chugach National Forest, southcentral, Alaska. Alaska photos and Alaska stock photography for your publishing needs.Lichens of Southeastern Alaska An Inventory September Linda H.

Geiser, Karen L. Dillman, Chiska C. Derr and Mary C. Stensvold USDA-Forest Service Tongass National Forest / Stikine Area P Box Petersburg, Alaska Lichens of Alaska's South Coast (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Karen L Dillman; Alexander G Mikulin; United States.

Forest Service. Alaska Region.