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NRI Rangeland Resource Assessment - Index of Tables

Introduction | Regional Interpretation | Rangeland Health | Non-Native Plant Species | Native Invasive Woody Species | Bare Ground, Inter-Canopy Gaps, and Soil Aggregate Stability | About the Data | Index of Tables | Index of Maps

Rangeland Health

Table 1. Standard indicators included in the Rangeland Health protocol and attribute (soil and site stability, hydrologic function, and/or biotic integrity) to which each indicator applies (Pellant et.al. 2005)

Table 2. Non-Federal rangeland by state where rangeland health attribute ratings are moderate, moderate-to-extreme, or extreme-to-total departures from expected

Table 3. Non-Federal rangeland by state where soil and site stability ratings are none-to-slight or slight-to-moderate; moderate; or moderate-to-extreme or extreme-to-total departures from expected

Table 4. Non-Federal rangeland by state where hydrologic function ratings are none-to-slight or slight-to-moderate; moderate; or moderate-to-extreme or extreme-to-total departures from expected

Table 5. Non-Federal rangeland by state where biotic integrity ratings are none-to- slight or slight-to-moderate; moderate; or moderate-to-extreme or extreme-to-total departures from expected

Table 6. Non-Federal rangeland by state where all three attribute ratings are none- to-slight or slight-to-moderate; all three attribute ratings are moderate-to-extreme or extreme-to-total; and where at least one attribute is rated moderate departures from expected

Non-native Invasive Plant Species

Table 1. Non-native invasive herbaceous species groups

Table 2. Non-federal rangeland where non-native plant species are present; where they cover at least 25 percent or 50 percent of the soil surface; and where they make up at least 25 percent or 50 percent of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 3. Non-Federal rangeland where annual brome species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 4. Non-Federal rangeland where annual brome species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 5. Non-Federal rangeland where cheatgrass is present and where it covers at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 6. Non-Federal rangeland where cheatgrass is present and where it makes up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 7. Non-Federal rangeland where medusahead species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface)

Table 8. Non-Federal rangeland where medusahead species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 9. Non-Federal rangeland where Kentucky and Canada bluegrass species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 10. Non-Federal rangeland where Kentucky and Canada bluegrass species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 11. Non-Federal rangeland where buffelgrass species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 12. Non-Federal rangeland where buffelgrass species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 13. Non-Federal rangeland where halogeton species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 14. Non-Federal rangeland where halogeton species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 15. Non-Federal rangeland where Centaurea species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 16. Non-Federal rangeland where Centaurea species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 17. Non-Federal rangeland where Cirsium species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 18. Non-Federal rangeland where Cirsium species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Table 19. Non-Federal rangeland where leafy spurge species are present and where they cover at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the soil surface

Table 20. Non-Federal rangeland where leafy spurge species are present and where they make up at least 5%, 15%, 30%, or 50% of the relative plant canopy cover (composition)

Native Invasive Woody Species

Table 1. Invasive woody species groups

Table 2. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Pacific junipers are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 3. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Pacific junipers are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 4. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Montane/Intermontane junipers are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 5. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Montane/Intermontane junipers are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 6. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Southern junipers are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 7. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Southern junipers are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 8. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Eastern junipers are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 9. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where Eastern junipers are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 10. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where mesquite are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 11. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where mesquite are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 12. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where six species of pinyon pine (PICE, PIDI3, PIED, PIMO, PIQU, and PIRE5) are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 13. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where six species of pinyon pine (PICE, PIDI3, PIED, PIMO, PIQU, and PIRE5) are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 14. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where two species of pinyon pine (PIED and PIMO) are present or where they cover at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the soil surface

Table 15. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where two species of pinyon pine (PIED and PIMO) are present or where they comprise at least 5, 15, 30 or 50 percent of the relative plant cover (composition)

Table 16. Non-Federal rangeland in 48 coterminous states where native woody species groups are present but excluded from reference conditions

Bare Ground, Inter-Canopy Gaps, and Soil Aggregate Stability

Table 1. Bare ground on non-Federal rangeland

Table 2. Non-Federal rangeland that is at least 20, 30, 40, or 50 percent bare ground

Table 3. Non-Federal rangeland where 1 or 2 meter inter-canopy gaps account for at least 20 percent of the land; and non-Federal rangeland where 1 or 2 meter inter-canopy gaps account for at least 20 percent of the land and the inter-canopy gaps are at least 50 percent bare ground

Table 4. Non-Federal rangeland where soil aggregate stability is rated 4 or less

Table 5. Non-Federal rangeland where 1-meter inter-canopy gaps account for at least 20% of the land and the inter-canopy gaps have at least 5, 10, 15, or 20 percent lichen crust or moss cover