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Littoral zone vascular flora of Carolina bay lakes (U.S.A.) -- N. Howell collections

Latest version published by Biodiversity Data Journal on Mar 29, 2016 Biodiversity Data Journal

Comma delimited file of occurrence data (DwC) for the specimens collected by the first author from Carolina Bay Lakes. Precise locality data has been redacted for species of conservation concern.Specimens are deposited at NCSC.Images are available through http://sernecportal.org.

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Southeastern Biota (2016): Littoral zone vascular flora of Carolina bay lakes (U.S.A.) -- N. Howell collections. v1.0. Biodiversity Data Journal. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=littoral_zone_vascular_flora_of_carolina_bay_lakes--howell_collections&v=1.0

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Keywords

Occurrence; Specimen

Contacts

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A Krings
Director
North Carolina State University Vascular Plant Herbarium US
http://herbarium.ncsu.edu

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A Krings
Director
North Carolina State University Vascular Plant Herbarium Raleigh North Carolina US
http://herbarium.ncsu.edu

Geographic Coverage

This work is restricted to the littoral zone vascular flora of unaltered Carolina bay lake shorelines. The littoral zone was defined as the zone of vegetation occurring between the maximum annual high water mark and the point at which submerged aquatic plants cease to persist. Unaltered shorelines were defined as those lacking residential or commercial development (therefore, the entirety of White Lake and the developed shorelines of Lake Waccamaw and Bay Tree Lake were not included in this inventory; included are the unaltered shorelines of: Bakers Lake, Bay Tree Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Jones Lake, Lake Waccamaw, Little Singletary Lake, Salters Lake, Singletary Lake).

Bounding Coordinates 34.24, 34.85 / -78.78, -78.27 (min, max Latitude / min, max Longitude)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2013-01-01 / 2014-01-01

Sampling Methods

See "Guide to the littoral zone vascular flora of Carolina bay lakes (U.S.A.)", Biodiversity Data Journal (2016)

Study Extent See "Guide to the littoral zone vascular flora of Carolina bay lakes (U.S.A.)", Biodiversity Data Journal (2016)
Step Description 1 See "Guide to the littoral zone vascular flora of Carolina bay lakes (U.S.A.)", Biodiversity Data Journal (2016)