• Wind Cave National Park - Two Worlds

    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Abstract - Rare Tree and Shrub Survey in Wind Cave National Park, Summer 1977

Smith, Jack. 1978. Rare Tree and Shrub Survey in Wind Cave National Park, Summer 1977. 18+ p.

Abstract

The purpose of the rare tree and shrub survey was to obtain an idea of plant diversity in Wind Cave National Park. The Black Hills support flora of the Rocky Mountains, Northern Forest, Eastern Deciduous Forest, and the Great Plains (Dorn 1977). The park, located in both the foothills and Black Hills topographies, exhibits this great plant diversity.

A survey of the rare trees and shrubs would be used as the basis in determining future status and management of those plants in the park.

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