[PCA] WEB: Measuring and Monitoring Plant Populations
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Wed Oct 19 13:57:24 CDT 2005
From: John Willoughby
Despite the fact that BLM's library website still says the book is out of
print, it has in fact been reprinted. The printed copy is preferable to
either the pdf download or the version available on CD because the
graphics are better. Folks can order the printed version from BLM's
Printed Material Distribution Section by sending either an email to
BLM_NCS_PMDS at blm.gov or a fax to 303-236-0845. They should include their
mailing address and phone number in the email or fax.
Bureau of Land Management
2800 Cottage Way
Sacramento, CA 95825
Email: john_willoughby at ca.blm.gov
On Tue, 18 Oct 2005, Olivia Kwong wrote:
> The subject has come up lately of the BLM Publication 1730-1 Measuring and
> Monitoring Plant Populations. This was a 1998 project in conjunction with
> BLM's California State Office, The Nature Conservancy, and Alderspring
> Ecological Cosulting.
> Although it's out of print right now, the entire thing is available as a
> PDF on the web. The file is 5.3 megs (492pp + covers), so it's not tiny.
> It's a bit large to print out the whole thing unless you really really
> want it, but the pdf should allow you to print out sections or simply view
> it on your computer.
> You can find the link for the PDF along with other potentially useful
> publications on the BLM National Science & Technology Center's Technical
> Reference page http://www.blm.gov/nstc/library/techref.htm
> Since it's such a large file, it's probably better to right click on the
> link and Save target/link as... to put it on your harddrive before opening
> I'll stick a link to it from the PCA website the next time I update it.
> Olivia Kwong
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