Upper Mississippi River Restoration Program

Upper Mississippi River Restoration Program

Long Term Resource Monitoring

 

The Long Term Resource Monitoring Program

An element of the Upper Mississippi River Restoration - Environmental Management Program

Aquatic Vegetation

Upper Mississippi River Restoration - Environmental Management Program U. S. Army Corps of Enineers

Vegetation Update Title Page


Tables

1. Number of random sites sampled for aquatic vegetation by study reach and aquatic strata.
2. Percent frequency of occurrence and abundance index or percent cover of submersed, rooted, floating–leaf, and emergent vegetation by year and study reach, weighted by the areas of the aquatic strata.
3. Percent frequency of occurrence and abundance index of submersed aquatic vegetation by year, study reach, and aquatic strata.
4. Percent frequency of occurrence and abundance index of coontail (Ceratophyllum demersum L.; submersed), Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.; submersed), and wild celery (Vallisneria americana Michx.; submersed) by year and study reach, weighted by the areas of the aquatic strata.
5. Percent frequency of occurrence and abundance index or percent cover of sago pondweed (Stuckenia pectinatus [L.] Boerner; submersed) American lotus (Nelumbo lutea Willd.; rooted, floating–leaf), and broadleaf arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia Willd.; emergent) by year and study reach, weighted by the areas of the aquatic strata.
6. Percent frequency of occurrence and percent cover of rooted, floating-leaf vegetation by year, study reach, and aquatic strata.
7. Percent frequency of occurrence and percent cover of emergent vegetation by year, study reach, and aquatic strata.

Note:  Tables are updated as errors are found and corrected.  Please refer to the most recent update when using the information.



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