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Chappell, C.B. 2004. Upland plant associations of the Puget Trough ecoregion, Washington. Washington Natural Heritage Program, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, WA. 143 pp.

The purpose of the this document is to inform the reader about the characteristics of native-dominated plant associations that occur on upland, as opposed to wetland or rip arian floodplain, sites in the Puget Trough ecoregion. Vegetation in the Puget Trough ecoregion has not been comprehensively described in the past, unlike adjacent ecoregions with large federal land holdings. The Washington Natural Heritage Program has been collecting and analyzing vegetation plot data from the ecoregion for the last 14 years. These data contribute to the development of an existing vegetation classification to fill this gap in our knowledge of biodiversity in the state. The fact sheets, key, and association tables are a means of communicating this information to a broader audience.

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