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Cereghino, P. 2009. Monitoring vegetation. Prepared for the King County Watershed Stewardship Program. Prepared by NOAA Restoration Center.

Notes

  • Makes argument for line intercept sampling on patchy restoration sites.
  • Makes argument for precise qualitative observation of restoration sites and the many bad reasons for quantitative monitoring.

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