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Kartlegging av kortdistansespredning av fremmede bartrær - Helgelandskysten

Latest version published by Norwegian Institute for Nature Research on Oct 30, 2019 Norwegian Institute for Nature Research

Observations of dispersal from plantations of two alien conifer species, Picea sitchensis and Larix sibirica, as well as Picea abies outside its' natural range, to natural habitats as part of the project "Kartlegging av kortdistansespredning av fremmede bartrær".

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Lie Olsen S (2019): Kartlegging av kortdistansespredning av fremmede bartrær - Helgelandskysten. v1.0. Norwegian Institute for Nature Research. Dataset/Occurrence. http://data.nina.no:8080/ipt/resource?r=spredningbartre_2019&v=1.0

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Keywords

Norway; Helgeland; alien species; conifers; occurrence; Picea sitchensis; Picea abies; Larix sibirica; mapping; dispersal

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Siri Lie Olsen
Researcher
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research Gaustadalléen 21 0349 Oslo Oslo NO 45854973

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Siri Lie Olsen
Researcher
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research Gaustadalléen 21 0349 Oslo Oslo NO 45854973

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Geographic Coverage

Norway, Helgeland

Bounding Coordinates South West [65.174, 12.052], North East [66.258, 13.59]

Taxonomic Coverage

Picea sitchensis, Larix sibirica and Picea abies were systematically mapped. A few other alien plant taxa were recorded when encountered.

Species  Picea sitchensis,  Larix sibirica,  Picea abies

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2019-09-23 / 2019-10-04

Project Data

The aim of this project was to map dispersal of alien conifer species, as well as Picea abies outside its Natural range, from plantations.

Title Kartlegging av kortdistansespredning av fremmede bartrær
Funding Miljødirektoratet
Study Area Description Dispersal of conifers were mapped around 14 plantations on Helgelandskysten, Nordland.

The personnel involved in the project:

Principal Investigator
Siri Lie Olsen
Content Provider
Heidi Myklebost
Content Provider
Magni K. Olsen
Content Provider
Miene-Marie Gastinger

Sampling Methods

All individuals of Picea sitchensis, Larix sibirica and Picea abies found outside plantations were mapped in a 500 x 500 m square with the mother plantation in the center. Other alien species were recorded when encountered.

Study Extent The study included 14 plantations from the following counties: Alstahaug, Brønnøy, Dønna, Leirfjord, Nesna, Vefsn and Vevelstad. Each site was visited for one day.

Method step description:

  1. 1. Locate appropriate study plantations 2. Outline a 500 x 500 m square around each plantation 3. Systematically map all individuals of the selected species within this square, not including individuals found within the plantation

Bibliographic Citations

  1. Olsen, S.L., Kyrkjeeide, M.O., Myklebost, H.E. & Jackson, C. 2019. Kartlegging av kortdis-tansespredning av fremmede bartrær: Helgelandskysten. NINA Rapport 1728. Norsk institutt for naturforskning.

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Alternative Identifiers http://data.nina.no:8080/ipt/resource?r=spredningbartre_2019