The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge has a lengthy history of
biological data collection, including a series of several types of legacy plots
installed at different time periods for different vegetation studies. These plots
include a series of moose exclosure plots, fire monitoring (NPS Fire Monitoring
Handbook) plots, Hakala post-fire monitoring plots, and invasive plant plots. Each
of the sets of legacy data provide a link to historical conditions, as well as
contributes to our understanding of vegetation dynamics and fire risk across
the Refuge and the Kenai Peninsula.
Moose Exclosure Plots
Fire Monitoring Plots (Fire Monitoring Handbook Plots)
Hakala Post-Fire Plots
Invasive Plant Plots
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