Download Full Text (6.5 MB)
The goal of this report is to present the results of the vegetation component of the PRIMENet study at Acadia. The results include a classification of vegetation types and their locations within Cadillac Brook and Hadlock Brook watersheds; a synthesis of the primary and meta tree, sapling, and seedling data from the two study watersheds; and foliar chemical analyses using Acer rubrum and Picea rubens from Cadillac Brook and Hadlock Brook watersheds. This report provides the baseline information for long-term forest vegetation monitoring in the deciduous and coniferous forests in Cadillac Brook and Hadlock Brook watersheds. Ongoing interest and studies on the status of the natural resources within Acadia National Park makes availability of information from previous work, such as the baseline data in this report, very important.
Rights and Access Note
Rights assessment remains the responsibility of the researcher. No known restrictions on publication.
Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station
forest ecology, air pollution, forest vegetation
Environmental Monitoring | Forest Biology | Forest Sciences
Eckhoff, J.D., G.B. Wiersma, and J.A. Elvir. 2003. Forest vegetation mornitoring in Acadia National Park. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 187.