Range Map of Colorado Pinyon Pine (Pinus edulis), Edition 2

Mar 16, 2011 (Last modified May 14, 2011)
This digital range map represents the range of Colorado pinyon pine (Pinus edulis) in western North America. Data from multiple sources, including existing digitized maps, tabular data, personal communications, USDA Forest Service Inventory and Analysis data, and figures from other publications, were synthesized to create a single digital distribution. The distribution was peer reviewed and iteratively revised based on personal observations of regional authorities.
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Kenneth L. Cole, John Shaw, John Cannella, Kirsten E. Ironside
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Published 10 July 2006.
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USGS Southwest Biological Science Center, Colorado Plateau Research Station
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