Inventory Reports

Inventories are point-in-time surveys that help us learn about the resources in our parks. They provide information that may include the presence, distribution, and status of plants and animals, air, water, soils, landforms, and climate. Information obtained through the Southern Colorado Plateau Network’s inventories of park resources helped to establish a base level of data, which has served as a starting point for our natural resource monitoring.

Birds

Source: Data Store Saved Search 3268. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Climate

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Geologic Resources

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Mammals

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Plants

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Reptiles and Amphibians

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Soil Surveys

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Vegetation Mapping Products

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Water Resources

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Biological Inventory Proposal

Scientists from the Southern Colorado Plateau Network and network parks, and regional experts from state and federal agencies worked together to determine inventory priorities for the 19 parks within the network.

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Last updated: May 23, 2018