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|Size||36 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 100,000 items)|
|Abstract||Records of the Carolina Vegetation Survey, a long-running multi-institution project to document plant life across North Carolina and South Carolina, including field surveys and data analysis reports. Though the project focuses on the Carolinas, there is also some data for locations in other states.|
|Creator||Carolina Vegetation Survey.|
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The Carolina Vegetation Survey is a long-running multi-institution project to document plant life across North Carolina and South Carolina. Survey participants include scientists from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC State University, Clemson University, Western Carolina University, the Citadel, the North Carolina Botanical Garden, the NC Natural Heritage Program, the Nature Conservancy, NatureServe, and the Plant Protection Program of the NC Department of Agriculture. The Survey sponsors a 10-day "pulse" event each year in which scientists and volunteers conduct an intensive study of a portion of North Carolina.Back to Top
Materials include field surveys and data analysis reports, organized by project. Though the project focuses on the Carolinas, there is also some data for locations in other states. Original project numbers assigned by the Survey have been retained.Back to Top
|Digital Folder DF-40501/1|
Processed by: Jennifer Coggins, June 2019
Encoded by: Laura Smith, August 2019Back to Top