• Giant Sequoia Trees

    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

    National Parks California

Reports and Species Lists

 

Exotic Species Threat Assessment and Management Prioritization for Sequoia-Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks (4,910 KB, PDF format -or- 3,828 KB, Rich Text format): extensive report by the U.S. Geological Survey published April 2001.

Exotic species threat assessment in Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks (96 KB, PDF format): This research paper was presented at the 2001 George Wright Society Biennial Conference.

NPS Strategic Plan for Managing Invasive Non-native Plants on National Park System Lands

Non-native Plant Species of SEKI (39 KB, XLS format): This is an Excel spreadsheet listing all non-native plant species currently or previously found in the parks. For each species it includes common name, scientific name, and family.

Non-native Plant Species of SEKI EXPANDED (69 KB, XLS format): This is an Excel spreadsheet listing all non-native plant species currently or previously found in the parks. For each species it includes common name, scientific name, and family. It also includes Park and international taxon codes, data on life forms, and categorization codes demonstrating invasive potential (these last were developed by the Biological Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey, and the California Exotic Pest Plant Council).

SEKI Non-native Plant Species Organized by Family (248 KB, doc format)
SEKI Non-native Plant Species Organized by Type/Common Name (240 KB, doc format)
SEKI Non-native Plant Species Organized by Management Category (175 KB, doc format)

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