In front of us was a 1,200-pound moose, and behind us lay a vast sea of tussock
grass and thick willows.
was selected as the reference plot (RT) to evaluate the baseline value for [sup.
On the right-hand side, the driest areas were assembled by highest correlation with the non-tussock
hemicriptophytes and autochoric (FG1), tussock
hemicriptophytes (FG4) and geophytes (FG5).
In terms of route planning, you want the ice road to be near water sources, but you want to stay away from areas that have tussocks
or are really rough," Wieman remarks.
A weak correlation was found between tussock
diam and mean abundance ([r.
The description of the caterpillars was consistent with the white-marked tussock
moth caterpillar (Orgyia leucostigma) (Figure), which ranges through much of the eastern United States and as far west as Texas and Colorado.
Herbaceous plants (a total of 16 species found) were mostly tussock
-forming graminoids, among which Molinia caerulea dominated with the coverage of up to 65% (mean 37%) and up to 40 cm (mean 25 cm) high tussocks
The development of the tussock
architecture in Spartina argentinensis Parodi (Poaceae: Chlorideae) is analyzed.
Rabbits are destroying the tall tussock
grass that regulates the temperature of the nesting burrows and also provides critical cover from predators.
In the late 1960s, Ryder (1972) classified habitat at Karrak Lake as marsh tundra (hereafter, wet tussock
tundra), dry tundra, and heath tundra.
It took us just over 20 minutes to drop down out of the high country to the edge of the snow line where patches of tussock
grass became visible, protruding through the ice.
The gypsy moth is a type of tussock
moth native to Europe.