Weed Control on the Vernal Pool Restoration Areas of the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge: Jamul, California

Type: report

Article abstract: Work summary and monitoring results of weed control for the vernal pool restoration on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge includes a vernal pool restoration site that USFWS has been working to restore for several years. The vernal pool restoration site totals approximately 31 acres and is located south of Sweetwater Reservoir and north of San Miguel Road in San Diego County, California

Number of pages: 58

Month: July

Year: 2013

Notes: SANDAG TrasnNet EMP Land Management Grant #5001138

Prepared for: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service;

Prepared by: AECOM;

Keywords: habitat restoration; vernal pools;

Species: Burrowing Owl; Spreading navarretia; Otay mesa mint; San Diego button-celery; San Diego fairy shrimp

Vegetation communities: coastal sage scrub; grassland; vernal pools and alkali playa


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