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Ecoregions of
North Dakota
and
South Dakota


Major North Dakota and South Dakota Sources  

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North Dakota Ecoregions

South Dakota Ecoregions

Level III Ecoregions

Introduction

Literature Cited

Major Sources

  Agriculture Canada, 1992, Soil landscapes of Canada, Saskatchewan: Canada Soil Inventory, Centre for Land and Biological Resources Research, Ottawa, Ontario, Publication 5243/B, 5 5 p., 1 map, scale 1:1,000,000.

Agriculture Canada, 1989, Soil landscapes of Canada, Manitoba: Canada Soil Inventory, Centre for Land and Biological Resources Research, Ottawa, Ontario, Publication 5242/B, 22 p., 1 map, scale 1:1,000,000.

Bailey, R.M., and Allum, M.O., 1962, Fishes of South Dakota: Ann Arbor, Michigan, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 131 p.

Baumberger, R., 1977, Rangeland resources of South Dakota: Society for Range Management, Old West Regional Range Program, 150 p.

Bleed, A., and Flowerday, C., eds., 1990, An atlas of the Sand Hills: Conservation and Survey Division, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Lincoln, Nebraska, University of Nebraska, Resource Atlas no. 5a, 265 p.

Bluemle, J.P., 1991, The face of North Dakota: Bismarck, ND, North Dakota Geological Survey, Educational Series 21, 177 p.

Clayton, L., and Freers, T.F., eds., 1967, Glacial geology of the Missouri Coteau and adjacent areas: Grand Forks, ND, North Dakota Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Series 30, 168 p.

Clayton, L., Moran, S.R., and Bluemle, J.P., 1980, Explanatory text to accompany the geologic map of North Dakota: Fargo, ND, North Dakota Geological Survey, Report of Investigation no. 69, 93 p.

Fenneman, N.M., 193 1, Physiography of the western United States: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 714 p.

Flint, R.F., 1955, Pleistocene geology of eastern South Dakota: Washington, D.C., U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Government Printing Office, Professional Paper 262, 173 p.

Froiland, S.G., 1990, Natural history of the Black Hills and Badlands: Sioux Falls, South Dakota, The Center for Western Studies, 225 p.

Fullerton, D.S. (Ed.), 1995, Quaternary geologic map of the Dakotas quadrangle, United States, Compiled by Fullerton, D.S., Bluemle, J.P., Clayton, L., Steece, F.V., Tipton, M.J., Bretz, R., and Goebel, J.E., United States: U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Series, Mai) 1-1420 (NL-14), scale 1:1,000,000.

Griffith, G.E., Omernik, J.M., Wilton, T.F., and Pierson, S.M., 1994, Ecoregions and subregions of Iowa: A framework for water quality assessment and management: Journal of the Iowa Academy of Sciences 101(l):5-13,

Hoffman, G.R., Alexander, R.R., 1987, Forest vegetation of the Black Hills National Forest of South Dakota and Wyoming: a habitat type classification: Fort Collins, CO, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Res. Paper RM-276, 48 p.

Howard, A.D., 1960, Cenozoic history of northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota with emphasis on the Pleistocene: Washington, D.C., U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Government Printing Office, Geological Survey Professional Paper 326, 107 p. with 5 folded maps in pocket.

Hunt, C.B., 1967, Natural regions of the United States and Canada: San Francisco, W.H. Freeman and Company, 725 p.

Kantrud, H.A., Krapu, G.L., Swanson, G.A., 1989, Prairie basin wetlands of the Dakotas: A community profile: U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Report 85 (7.28). 116 p.

Kuchler, A.W., 1964, Potential natural vegetation of the conterminous United States: New York, American Geographical Society, Special Publication no. 36, 116 p., scale 1:3,168,000.

LeBlanc, A., Dudek, D.J., and Allegretti, L.F., 1991, Disappearing ducks: The effect of climate change on North Dakota's waterfowl: New York, New York, Environmental Defense Fund, 35 p.

Lemke, R.W., Laird, W.M., Tipton, M.J., and Lindvall, R.M., 1965, Quaternary geology of the northern Great Plains: In The Quaternary of the United States: Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, p. 15-27.

Richmond, G.M., ed., 1994, Quaternary geologic map of the Platte River quadrangle, United States, compiled by Swinehart, J.B., Dreeszen, V.H., Richmond, G.M., Tipton, M.J., Bretz, R., Steece, F.V., Hallberg, G.R., and Goebel, J.E.: U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Series, Map 1- 1420 (NK- 14), scale 1:1,000,000.

Stewart, R.E., and Kantrud, H.A., 1973, Ecological distribution of breeding waterfowl populations in North Dakota: Journal of Wildlife Management v. 37, no. 1, p. 39-50.

Stoner, J.D., Lorenz, D.L., Wiche, G.J., and Goldstein, R.M., 1994, Red River of the North basin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota: American Water Resources Association, Water Resources Bulletin, v. 29, no. 4, p. 575-613.

U.S. Department of Agriculture - Natural Resources Conservation Service (formerly the Soil Conservation Service), various county soil surveys of North and South Dakota.

U.S. Department of Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service, 1981, Land resource regions and major land resource areas of the United States: U.S. Department of Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service, Agriculture Handbook 296, 156 p. with folded map in pocket.

Weaver, J.E., Albertson, F.W., 1950, Grasslands of the Great Plains: Lincoln, Nebraska, Johnson Publishing Co., p. 318-326.

Willard, D.E., 1926, The story of the prairies or The landscape geology of North Dakota, State Agricultural College, Fargo, North Dakota, 371 p.

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