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Environmental Association Codes

 DescriptionCode
 EDIT  GENERAL
 EDIT  Air Temperature: < -20 degrees F (-29C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: -20 to 0 F (-29 to -18C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: 0 - 32 F (-18 to 0C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: 32 - 65 F (0 to 18C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: 65 - 90 F (18 to 32C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: 90 - 110 F (32 to 43C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: > 110 F (43C)
 EDIT  Air Temperature: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Elevation: > -300 ft. (> 90 m) Below Sea Level
 EDIT  Elevation: -300-0 ft. (90 - 0 m) Below Sea Level
 EDIT  Elevation: 1-100 ft. (0 - 30 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 101-300 ft. (30 - 90 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 301-500 ft. (90 - 150 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 501-1000 ft. (150 - 310 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 1001-2000 ft. (310 - 610 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 2001-3000 ft. (610 - 910 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 3001-4000 ft. (910 - 1220 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 4001-5000 ft. (1220 - 1520 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 5001-6000 ft. (1520 - 1830 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 6001-7000 ft. (1830 - 2130 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 7001-8000 ft. (2130 - 2440 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 8001-9000 ft. (2440 - 2740 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 9001-10000 ft. (2740 - 3050 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 10001-11000 ft. (3050 - 3350m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 11001-12000 ft. (3350 - 3660 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 12001-13000 ft. (3660 - 3960 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: 13001-14000 ft. (3960 - 4270 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: > 14000 ft. (> 4270 m)
 EDIT  Elevation: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Relief: High, rugged to extremely rugged
 EDIT  Relief: Moderate, rolling
 EDIT  Relief: Low, nearly flat/gentle
 EDIT  Relief: None, flat land
 EDIT The species uses habitat on the slopes, such as mountain slopes.Relief: Found on slopes
 EDIT The species uses canyon and/or valley bottom habitat.Relief: Canyon/Valley Bottoms
 EDIT  Relief: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Aspect: North
 EDIT  Aspect: Northeast
 EDIT  Aspect: East
 EDIT  Aspect: Southeast
 EDIT  Aspect: South
 EDIT  Aspect: Southwest
 EDIT  Aspect: West
 EDIT  Aspect: Northwest
 EDIT  Aspect: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Slope: <5% (0-3 degrees)
 EDIT  Slope: 5-15% (3-8 degrees)
 EDIT  Slope: 16-40% (8-22 degrees)
 EDIT  Slope: 41-70% (22-35 degrees)
 EDIT  Slope: >70% (>35 degrees)
 EDIT  Slope: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Human Association: Residential lawn/ornamental trees/shrubs
 EDIT  Human Association: Residential houses/chimneys/attics
 EDIT  Human Association: Farm outbuildings (barns, silos, sheds)
 EDIT  Human Association: Abandoned buildings
 EDIT  Human Association: Farm ponds
 EDIT  Human Association: Public city parks
 EDIT  Human Association: Public residential parks
 EDIT  Human Association: State and county parks
 EDIT  Human Association: National parks/historic landmarks
 EDIT  Human Association: Wildlife refuges/sanctuaries
 EDIT  Human Association: Zoos
 EDIT  Human Association: Transportation Structures (bridges, etc)
 EDIT  Human Association: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Code this only if selecting one of the following: 12500-12530, 12555, 13000, & 13005Human Association: Tolerates/benefits from human assoc.
 EDIT Code this only if also selecting one of the following codes: 13010 - 13020Human Association: Requires some isolation/protection
 EDIT  Isolation From Humans: Some human assoc. beneficial
 EDIT  Isolation From Humans: Not required
 EDIT  Isolation From Humans: Some required
 EDIT This species requires habitat mostly inaccessible to humansIsolation From Humans: Needs somewhat inaccessible habitat
 EDIT  Isolation From Humans: Needs very inaccessible habitat
 EDIT  Isolation From Humans: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  WATER QUALITY & FLOW
 EDIT  Water Temp.: > 81 degrees F (27 C) WARM
 EDIT  Water Temp.: 70-81 degrees F (21-27 C)
 EDIT  Water Temp.: 59-70 degrees F (15-21 C)
 EDIT  Water Temp.: < 59 degrees F (15 C) COLD
 EDIT  Water Temp.: Wide range in temp. selection
 EDIT The taxa is classified as a COLD WATER species by NM Department of Game and Fish with respect to NM Water Quality Standards 20 NMAC 6.1Water Temp.: Classifed as COLD WATER taxa
 EDIT A transitional fish species is one with 40% to 60% of its distribution in NM contained within the composite distribution of all salmonid speices occurring in NM (as described in: Sublette, J, M.D. Hatch, and M. Sublette. 1990. The fishes of New Mexico. University of NM Press, Albuqueque).Water Temp.: Classifed as WARM/COLD WATER TRANSITION taxa
 EDIT The taxa is classified as a WARM WATER species by NM Department of Game and Fish with respect to NM Water Quality Standards 20 NMAC 6.1Water Temp.: Classifed as WARM WATER taxa
 EDIT  Water Temp.: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Dissolved Oxygen: High; Saturated; > 7 mg/l O2
 EDIT  Dissolved Oxygen: Moderate; 5-7 mg/l O2
 EDIT  Dissolved Oxygen: Low; < 5 mg/l O2
 EDIT  Dissolved Oxygen: Tolerates wide range
 EDIT  Dissolved Oxygen: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Water pH: < 5.0 Strongly acid
 EDIT  Water pH: 5.1 - 5.5 Moderately acid
 EDIT  Water pH: 5.6 - 6.0 Mildly acid
 EDIT  Water pH: 6.1 - 6.5 Near neutral acid
 EDIT  Water pH: 6.6 - 7.3 Neutral
 EDIT  Water pH: 7.4 - 7.8 Near neutral alkaline
 EDIT  Water pH: 7.9 - 8.4 Mildly alkaline
 EDIT  Water pH: 8.5 - 9.0 Moderately alkaline
 EDIT  Water pH: > 9.0 Strongly alkaline
 EDIT  Water pH: No Preference
 EDIT  Water pH: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Turbidity: Clear water
 EDIT  Turbidity: Clear water; tolerates periodic cloudiness
 EDIT  Turbidity: Murky water, High turbidity
 EDIT  Turbidity: Moderate
 EDIT  Turbidity: Wide range of tolerance
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: < .5m (light penetration)
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: .5 - 1.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 1.1 - 2.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 2.1 - 5.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 5.1 - 10.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 10.1 - 15.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 15.1 - 20.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 20.1 - 25.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: 25.1 - 30.0 m
 EDIT  Turbidity- Secchi Disk: > 30 m
 EDIT  Turbidity: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Siltation: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Total Dissolved Solids: < 5,000 ppm
 EDIT  Total Dissolved Solids: 5,000 - 10,000 ppm
 EDIT  Total Dissolved Solids: > 10,000 ppm
 EDIT  Total Dissolved Solids: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Nutrients Phosphorus/Nitrogen: High levels (eutrophic)
 EDIT  Nutrients Phosphorus/Nitrogen: Mod. levels (mesotrophic)
 EDIT  Nutrients Phosphorus/Nitrogen: Low levels (oligotrophic)
 EDIT  Nutrients Phosphorus & Nitrogen: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Likes organic pollution; decaying material; also likes warm temperatures and low Dissolved O2.Organic Pollution; Saprophilic: Likes org. pollut'n
 EDIT Tolerates organic pollution, pH tolerance, facultativeOrganic Pollution; Facultative: Tolerates org. pollut'n
 EDIT Tolerate some low DO if pH & temp are altered (Saproxenous)Organic Pollution; Saproxenous: Tolerates some org. pollut'n
 EDIT The species needs clean unpolluted waterOrganic Pollution; Saprophobic: No tolerance - org. pollut'n
 EDIT  Salinity of H2O: Salt concentrations > 40,000 mg/l
 EDIT  Salinity of H2O: Salt concentrations 30,001 - 40,000 mg/l
 EDIT  Salinity of H2O: Salt concentrations 500 - 30,000 mg/l
 EDIT  Salinity of H2O: Salt concentrations < 500 mg/l
 EDIT  Salinity: Tolerates a wide range of salt concentrations
 EDIT  Salinity: Little or no salinity tolerance
 EDIT  Salinity: Usually freshwater, short term toler. to salinity
 EDIT  Salinity: Regular migrations, salt & freshwater (diadromous)
 EDIT  Salinity: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Sediment Salinity: > 40,000 mg/l
 EDIT  Sediment Salinity: 30,001 - 40,000 mg/l
 EDIT  Sediment Salinity: 500 - 30,000 mg/l
 EDIT  Sediment Salinity: < 500 mg/l
 EDIT  Sediment Salinity: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: < 800 uMhos
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: 800 - 8000 uMhos
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: 8001 - 30,000 uMhos
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: 30,001 - 45,000 uMhos
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: 45,001 - 60,000 uMhos
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: > 60,000 uMhos
 EDIT  Specific Conductance: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Alkalinity: < 30 ppm of CaCO3
 EDIT  Alkalinity: 30-200 ppm of CaCO3
 EDIT  Alkalinity: > 200 ppm of CaCO3
 EDIT  Alkalinity: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Total Hardness: < 20 ppm of CaCO3
 EDIT  Total Hardness: 20 - 150 ppm of CaCO3
 EDIT  Total Hardness: > 150 ppm of CaCO3
 EDIT  Total Hardness: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Water Color Unit (Nessler tube): 1 - 50
 EDIT  Water Color Unit (Nessler tube): 51 - 100
 EDIT  Water Color Unit (Nessler tube): 101 - 250
 EDIT  Water Color Unit (Nessler tube): 251 - 500
 EDIT  Water Color: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Flowing water
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Standing water
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Periodic standing water
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): < 5 cfs mean annual flow
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Small streams; 5 - 50 cfs mean annual flow
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Medium streams; 50-1,000 cfs mean annual flow
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Large streams; 1,000-5,000 cfs mean annual flow
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Rivers > 5,000 cfs mean annual flow
 EDIT  Flow (Vol): Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Current: Fast, Strong
 EDIT  Current: Medium
 EDIT  Current: Slow; Sluggish
 EDIT  Current: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Gradient: Low
 EDIT  Gradient: Moderate
 EDIT  Gradient: High
 EDIT  Gradient: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Water Velocity: < 0.5 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: 0.5 - 1.0 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: 1.1 - 1.5 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: 1.6 - 2.0 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: 2.1 - 2.5 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: 2.6 - 3.0 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: 3.1 - 3.5 fps
 EDIT  Water Velocity: > 3.5 fps (= 2.4 MPH)
 EDIT  Water Velocity: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Wave Intensity: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  AQUATIC
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Rivers
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Streams
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Canals
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Lakes
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Reservoirs
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Ponds
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Wetlands; marsh, bog, etc.
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Springs/Seeps
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Spring-Cold
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Spring-Hot
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Ground water
 EDIT  General Waterbody Type: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 1st order - smallest, finger-tip tributaries
 EDIT Stream Size: 2nd order: downstream from union of two 1st-order channels. Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 2nd order
 EDIT Stream Size: 3rd order - downstream from the union of two second-order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 3rd order
 EDIT Stream Size: 4th order - downstream from the union of two third-order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 4th order
 EDIT Stream Size: 5th order - downstream from the union of two fourth-order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 5th order
 EDIT Stream Size: 6th order - downstream from the union of two fifth-order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 6th order
 EDIT Stream Size: 7th order - downstream from the union of two sixth-order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 7th order
 EDIT Stream Size: 8th order - downstream from the union of two seventh-order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 8th order
 EDIT Stream Size: 9th order, or greater - downstream from the union of two eighth- or higher order channels Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: 9th order; largest stream size
 EDIT Reference: Strahler, A.N. 1957. Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Trans. of the Am. Geophysics Union. 38: 913-920.Stream Size: All
 EDIT  Stream Size: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Substrate: Unconsolidated
 EDIT  Substrate: Mud or silt
 EDIT  Substrate: Sand
 EDIT  Substrate: Pebble/Cobble/Stone - small, rounded
 EDIT  Substrate: Gravel - mixture of pebble and stone fragments
 EDIT  Substrate: Rubble - rough, irregular
 EDIT  Substrate: Rocks - large stone masses
 EDIT  Substrate: Boulders - Rocks removed from their original beds
 EDIT  Substrate: Bedrock - Solid rock underlying looser materials
 EDIT  Substrate: Wood (Organic debris)
 EDIT  Substrate: Animals
 EDIT  Substrate: Plants
 EDIT  Substrate: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Relation to Substrate: Occurs on substrate [not penetrating]
 EDIT  Relation to Substrate: Occurs in substrate [penetrating]
 EDIT  Relation to Substrate: Attached - normally sessile
 EDIT  Relation to Substrate: Unattached - normally free living
 EDIT  Relation to Substrate: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Mud or silt
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Sand
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Pebble/Cobble/Stone - small, rounded
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Gravel - mixture of pebble and stone fragments
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Rubble - rough, irregular
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Rocks - large stone masses
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Boulders; rocks taken from their original beds
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Bedrock - solid rock underlying looser materials
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Organic debris
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Detritus
 EDIT  Bottom Type: Rooted aquatic vegetation
 EDIT  Bottom Stability: Stable
 EDIT  Bottom Stability: Unstable
 EDIT  Bottom: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Algal
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Moss
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Rooted Vascular
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Floating Vascular (No roots)
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Submergent
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Emergent
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Emergent; nonpersistent
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Emergent; persistent
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation Density: Low
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation Density: Moderate
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation Density: High
 EDIT  Aquatic Vegetation: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Shallow, emergent veg. [littoral zone]Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Shallow, emergent veg.
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Dim, no emergent veg. [sublittoral zone]Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Dim, no emergent veg.
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Cold, dark, lower layer of standing water [Hypolimnion]Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Lower layer of standing water
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Warm, well lighted, aerated, upper layer of standing water [Epilimnion]Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Upper layer of standing water
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Open water [pelagic zone]
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Microscopic plants and animals (planktonic)Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Microscopic plants and animals
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Surface
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Midwater
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Benthic
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat Zonation: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: < 1 ft. (<0.3 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 1-5 ft. (0.3-1.5 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 6-10 ft. (1.8-3 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 11-25 ft. (3.4-7.6 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 26-50 ft. (7.9-15.2 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 51-100 ft. (15.5-30.5 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 101-200 ft. (30.8-61 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 201-500 ft. (61.3-152.4 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 501-1000 ft. (152.7-304.8 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 1001-1500 ft. (305.1-457.2 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: 1501-2000 ft. (457.5-609.6 m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: > 2000 ft. (609.6+ m)
 EDIT  Water Depth Utilized: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Water Level: Constant
 EDIT  Water Level: Fluctuating
 EDIT  Water Level: Seasonally/Intermittently exposed bottom
 EDIT  Water Level: Semi-permanently exposed bottom
 EDIT  Water Level: Seasonally/Intermittently flooded
 EDIT  Water Level: Semi-permanently flooded
 EDIT  Water Level: Temporarily flooded (e.g. irrigation pond)
 EDIT  Water Level: Saturated
 EDIT  Water Level: Artificially managed
 EDIT  Water Level: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Fresh water
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Saline water
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Riffles
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Above/Below Riffles
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Adjacent to Riffles
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Pool
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Raceway
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Channel
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Beaver pond
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Spring/Seep - flowing
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Spring/Seep - pool
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Swamp; marshy with dense vegetation & trees
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Shrub swamps
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Wooded swamps
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Mangrove Swamp
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Cypress Swamp
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Bog; peaty soil, highly acidic
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Fen; peat soil/very alkaline to mildly acidic
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat: Fresh water marsh; with grasses, sedges, cattails, rushesAquatic Habitat: Fresh water marsh; grasses/sedges/rushes
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Brackish marsh
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Saline marsh
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Coastal marsh
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Typha-Scirpus (cattail-bulrush) marsh
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Saline flats
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Mud flat
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Prairie potholes
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Quarry/Borrow pit
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Tundra pools & seeps
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Seasonal wet depression
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Sink holes
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Slough, Bayous
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Ditches/Irrigation ditch
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Impoundment
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Embayments
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Intracoastal waters
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Tidal Freshwater
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Sandbar; ground may come to or above water
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat: Reef, ridge of sand, rocks, coral at or near water surfaceAquatic Habitat: Reef, ridge of sand near water surface
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Bank (non-riparian);plateau may be below H20
 EDIT Aquatic Habitat: Shoal - elevation of ground under water, with water above it being shallowAquatic Habitat: Shoal - elevation of ground under water
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Floodplain Lakes
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Oxbow
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Oxbow Lakes
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Cave Stream
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Cave Lake
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Eddies
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Backwaters
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Headwaters
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Tailwaters
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Ephemeral stream; flow stops, pools remain
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Ephemeral stream; dries up completely
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Perennial stream; Permanent water
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Ephemeral waterhole; temporary pool
 EDIT Water pocket or pothole, especially in bedrock. May occur in stream bed or as depression in bedrock which at least periodically collect water.Aquatic Habitat: Tinaja; bedrock water pocket
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Perennial playa lakes (permanent)
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Ephemeral playa lakes (temporary)
 EDIT  Aquatic Habitat: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Riparian Habitat: Stream-/Channel-Bank Slope
 EDIT  Riparian Habitat: Island
 EDIT  Riparian Habitat: Beaches
 EDIT  Riparian Habitat: Shoreline
 EDIT  Riparian Habitat: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Undercut Banks
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Roots
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Vegetated Banks, Overhanging Vegetation
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Vegetated Bottoms, Weed beds
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Fallen logs/log jam/snags
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Stumps
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Accumulated Debris (ie. brush piles,leaves)
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Shaded
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Shade - Trees
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Shade - Shrubs/Brush
 EDIT  Aquatic Cover: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  SOIL
 EDIT  Soil Type: Clay
 EDIT  Soil Type: Silt
 EDIT  Soil Type: Sand
 EDIT  Soil Type: Loam
 EDIT  Soil Type: Gravel
 EDIT  Soil Type: Rocky
 EDIT  Soil Type: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Texture: Coarse
 EDIT  Soil Texture: Medium
 EDIT  Soil Texture: Fine
 EDIT  Soil Texture: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Depth: < 10 in.(25cm) Very Shallow
 EDIT  Soil Depth: 10-20 in.(25 - 50cm) Shallow
 EDIT  Soil Depth: 20-40 in.(50 - 102cm) Moderately deep
 EDIT  Soil Depth: 40-60 in.(102 - 152cm) Deep
 EDIT  Soil Depth: > 60 in.(152cm) Very Deep
 EDIT  Soil Depth: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Profile: Organic Matter - undecomposed
 EDIT  Soil Profile: Organic Matter - partially decomposed
 EDIT  Soil Profile: Mineral soil/zone of eluviation
 EDIT  Soil Profile: Zone with accumulation of colloids ie: clay:Fe
 EDIT  Soil Profile: A horizon - Zone of Leaching
 EDIT  Soil profile: B1 Horizon; Transition zone betwn. A & B horizons
 EDIT  Soil Profile: B Horizon - Zone of Accumulation
 EDIT  Soil profile: B2 Horizon; Alluv. zone/accum. colloid:clay/Al/Fe
 EDIT  Soil profile: C Horizon - Unconsolidated rock material
 EDIT  Soil Profile: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Drainage: Excessively drained
 EDIT  Soil Drainage: Well drained
 EDIT  Soil Drainage: Moderately well drained
 EDIT  Soil Drainage: Imperfectly and poorly drained
 EDIT  Soil Drainage: Very poorly drained
 EDIT  Soil Drainage: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil pH: < 5.0 Strongly acid
 EDIT  Soil pH: 5.1 - 5.5 Moderately acid
 EDIT  Soil pH: 5.6 - 6.0 mildy acid
 EDIT  Soil pH: 6.1 - 6.5 Near neutral acid
 EDIT  Soil pH: 6.6 - 7.3 Neutral
 EDIT  Soil pH: 7.4 - 7.8 Near neutral alkaline
 EDIT  Soil pH: 7.9 - 8.4 Mildly alkaline
 EDIT  Soil pH: 8.5 - 9.0 Moderately alkaline
 EDIT  Soil pH: > 9.0 Strongly alkaline
 EDIT  Soil pH: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Temperature: <32 F Cryic (High elev. above 10,000 ft.)
 EDIT  Soil Temperature: < 47 F Frigid
 EDIT  Soil Temperature: 47-59 F Mesic
 EDIT  Soil Temperature: 60-72 F Thermic
 EDIT  Soil Temperature: > 72 F Hyperthermic
 EDIT  Soil Temperature: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Moisture: Wet
 EDIT  Soil Moisture: Moist
 EDIT  Soil Moisture: Dry
 EDIT  Soil Moisture: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Soil Compaction: Interstitial Spaces Abundant
 EDIT  Soil Compaction: Easily penetrated
 EDIT  Soil Compaction: Difficult to penetrate
 EDIT  Soil Compaction: Not penetrable
 EDIT  Soil Compaction: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Mineral Licks: Extensive use
 EDIT  Mineral Licks: Moderate use
 EDIT  Mineral Licks: Slight use
 EDIT  Mineral Licks: Not used
 EDIT  Mineral Licks: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  TERRESTRIAL
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Caves
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Caves-Dry
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Caves-Wet
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Caves-Ice
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Mines
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Mine shafts (vertical)
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Mine adits (horizontal)
 EDIT "Burrows" include situations such as: a) underground cavity (e.g., prairie dog burrow); b) burrow directly into soil (e.g., spadefoot toads burrowing into mud); c) turtles laying eggs in soil).Terrestrial Features: Underground burrow / den
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Cliffs/ledges
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Talus
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Malpais-Lava flows
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Snags
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Stumps
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Down logs (coarse woody debris)
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Rocks/Boulders
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Rock outcrops & Rimrock
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Ridges
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Arroyos - deep, dry channel of a stream
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Depressions
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Bare ground
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Leaf nests
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Heath - Level uncultivated area w/out trees
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Moor; High land w/heather/dwarf shrubs
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Upland; Higher than surrounding county
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Lowland; Lower than surrounding county
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Bottomland - Lowland along a river.
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Loess Hills; Yellow-brown marl/loam
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Dunes; Hill of loose sand
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Hills/Valleys
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Upper 1/3 of slope
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Middle 1/3 of slope
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Lower 1/3 of slope
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Karst; Limestone region (sinkholes/caverns)
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Flatlands/Plains
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Shelterbelts
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Woodlands
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Canyon/Steep slope
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Crevice
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Mesa; high/flat/table-land/sharp slopes
 EDIT  Terrestrial Features: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Desert: Desert pavement - hard packed, fine gravel, cactus
 EDIT  Desert: Desert Scrub
 EDIT  Desert: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Grassland: Meadows - Low, moist grassland
 EDIT A broad, flat, grassy plain characterized by tall grassesGrassland: Prairies - flat, grassy plain; tall grasses
 EDIT  Grassland: Savannas - Mixed grass and trees
 EDIT  Grassland: Steppes - Large expanse of dry treeless grassland
 EDIT  Grassland: Semi-desert - Yucca\Black gramma
 EDIT  Grassland: Height < 1 inch
 EDIT  Grassland: Height 1-3 inches
 EDIT  Grassland: Height 3-12 inches
 EDIT  Grassland: Height 1-3 feet
 EDIT  Grassland: Height > 3 feet
 EDIT  Grassland: Thatch heavy
 EDIT  Grassland: Thatch moderate
 EDIT  Grassland: Thatch absent
 EDIT  Grassland: Very early seral (USFS class:Very poor)
 EDIT  Grassland: Early seral (USFS class:Poor)
 EDIT  Grassland: Mid seral (USFS class:Fair)
 EDIT  Grassland: Late seral (USFS class:Good)
 EDIT  Grassland: Climax (USFS class:Excellent)
 EDIT  Grassland: Wolfy condition - decadent stems\leaves present
 EDIT  Grassland: Non-wolfy condition - Fresh/succulent growth
 EDIT  Grassland: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Subclimax
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Early Seral
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Mid Seral
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Late Seral
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Climax
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Abandoned/Old fields
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Sand dune
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Subclimax forest
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Climax forest (Stable)
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Pond - pioneer aquatic vegetation
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Pond - Filled-in
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Pond - Vegetation-choked
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Bare rock
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Pioneer community
 EDIT  Veg. Successional Stage: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Livestock Grazing: Not grazed
 EDIT  Livestock Grazing: Lightly grazed
 EDIT  Livestock Grazing: Moderately grazed
 EDIT  Livestock Grazing: Heavily grazed
 EDIT Livestock Grazing: Associated with rangeland (pastures/fields)Livestock Grazing: Associated with rangeland
 EDIT  Livestock Grazing: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  ORCHARD: Non-specific
 EDIT  Orchards: Apples
 EDIT  Orchards: Apricots
 EDIT  Orchards: Cherries
 EDIT  Orchards: Grapefruit
 EDIT  Orchards: Grape vineyards
 EDIT  Orchards: Lemons
 EDIT  Orchards: Limes
 EDIT  Orchards: Oranges
 EDIT  Orchards: Peaches
 EDIT  Orchards: Pears
 EDIT  Orchards: Pecans
 EDIT  Orchards: Plums
 EDIT  Orchards: Walnuts
 EDIT  Orchards: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Berry Patch: Blueberry
 EDIT  Berry Patch: Blackberry/Raspberry
 EDIT  Berry Patch: Strawberry
 EDIT  Berry Patch: Cranberry
 EDIT  Berry Patch: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  AGRICULTURAL CROP: Non-specific
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Barley
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Alfalfa/Other Hay Species
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Beans
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Chilies
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Corn
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Cotton
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Christmas tree farms
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Melons
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Oats
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Peanuts
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Potatoes
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Rice
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Sorghum
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Soybean
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Tobacco
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Vegetable gardens
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Summer wheat
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Winter wheat
 EDIT  Agricultural Crops: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Fence Rows/Roadside Ditches: Use uncultivated fence rows/road ditchesFence Rows/Roadside Ditches: Use uncultivated fence/ditches
 EDIT Fence Rows, Roadside Ditches: Use clean fence rows/road ditchesFence Rows/Roadside Ditches: Use clean fence rows/ditches
 EDIT  Fence Rows/Roadside Ditches: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Vegetation Mosaics/Edges: Prefer max. mosaic & edge
 EDIT  Vegetation Mosaics/Edges: Prefer min. mosaic & edge
 EDIT  Vegetation Mosaics/Edges: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Decaying Matter: Vegetation
 EDIT  Decaying Matter: Animal
 EDIT  Decaying Matter: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Leaf Litter/Ground Debris/Humus: Absent, bare soil
 EDIT  Leaf Litter/Ground Debris/Humus: Thin
 EDIT  Leaf Litter/Ground Debris/Humus: Moderate
 EDIT  Leaf Litter/Ground Debris/Humus: Thick, abundant
 EDIT  Leaf Litter/Ground Debris/Humus: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Natural or manmade piles of brush or slash, and piles of debris piled along rivers, streams, and arroyos by high water.Brush/Debris Piles: Used for cover
 EDIT Natural or manmade piles of brush or slash, and piles of debris piled along rivers, streams, and arroyos by high water.Brush/Debris Piles: Provide prey
 EDIT Natural or manmade piles of brush or slash, and piles of debris piled along rivers, streams, and arroyos by high water.Brush/Debris Piles: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Rock Piles: Used for cover
 EDIT  Rock Piles: Provide prey
 EDIT  Rock Piles: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Bare ground: Use small areas
 EDIT  Bare ground: Use moderate size areas
 EDIT  Bare ground: Use large areas
 EDIT  Bare ground: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Shrub Height: < 2 feet
 EDIT  Shrub Height: 2-5 feet
 EDIT  Shrub Height: 5-10 feet
 EDIT  Shrub Height: 11-15 feet
 EDIT  Shrub Height: > 15 feet
 EDIT  Shrub Cover: < 40%
 EDIT  Shrub Cover: 40-70%
 EDIT  Shrub Cover: > 70%
 EDIT  Shrub Seral Stage: Climax
 EDIT  Shrub Seral Stage: Late
 EDIT  Shrub Seral Stage: Middle
 EDIT  Shrub Seral Stage: Early
 EDIT  Shrub: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: DBH < 4 inches
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: DBH 4-8 inches
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: DBH 9-12 inches
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: DBH 12-20 inches
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: DBH > 20 inches
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Height < 10 feet
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Height 10 - 50 feet
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Height > 50 feet
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Canopy Closure <40%
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Canopy Closure 40-70%
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Canopy Closure >70%
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Canopy Closure 100%
 EDIT  Overstory Tree: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Understory Trees: Dense
 EDIT  Understory Trees: Moderate
 EDIT  Understory Trees: Sparse
 EDIT  Understory Trees: Absent
 EDIT  Understory Trees: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: < 1/4 ac.
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: 1/4 - 3 ac.
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: 3 - 5 ac.
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: 5 - 20 ac.
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: 20 - 40 ac.
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: > 40 ac.
 EDIT  Forest Clearing/opening Size: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: < 5 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: 5-40 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: 40-160 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: 160-640 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: 640-5,000 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: 5,000-10,000 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: > 10,000 ac.
 EDIT  Size of Continuous Forested Stand: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: < 100 ft.
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: 100-200 ft.
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: 200-400 ft.
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: 400-800 ft.
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: 800-1200 ft.
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: > 1200 ft.
 EDIT  Distance to Forest Opening: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: < 1 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: 1-15 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: 15-25 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: 25-40 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: 40-80 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: 80-140 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: > 140 sq ft/acre
 EDIT  Tree Basal Area: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: < 1
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: 1-100
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: 101-500
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: 501-1,500
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: 1,501-10,000
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: 10,001-20,000
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: > 20,000
 EDIT  Tree Stems/ac.: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Vertical Diversity in Stand: Uneven age/High, > 2 canopy layersVertical Diversity in Stand: Uneven age/High > 2 layers
 EDIT Vertical Diversity in Stand: Uneven age/Moderate, 2 canopy layersVertical Diversity in Stand: Uneven age/Moderate, 2 layers
 EDIT Vertical Diversity in Stand: Even age/Low, 1 canopy layer/plantationVertical Diversity in Stand: Even age/Low, 1 layer
 EDIT  Vertical Diversity in Stand: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Tree Species Diversity, within stand: High, Criterion varies regionally ( > 2 species in NM)Tree Species Diversity, within stand: High; > 2 species
 EDIT Tree Species Diversity, within stand: Moderate; Criterion varies regionally (2 species in NM)Tree Species Diversity, w/in stand: Moderate (2 species)
 EDIT  Tree Species Diversity, within stand: Low, monoculture
 EDIT  Tree Species Diversity, within stand: See Comments
 EDIT  Tree Distribution in Stand: Clumpy
 EDIT  Tree Distribution in Stand: Uniform
 EDIT Tree Distribution in Stand: Savannah (Scattered trees, very open)Tree Distribution in Stand: Savannah (very open)
 EDIT  Tree Distribution in Stand: Dense interlockng crowns
 EDIT  Tree Distribution in Stand: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Extend above surrounding canopy
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Dead top trees
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Broken top trees
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Open crown trees
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Deformed trees
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Normal well-formed crown
 EDIT  Tree Structure: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Large Lone Trees: Utilized
 EDIT  Large Lone Trees: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Snag Type: Hard
 EDIT  Snag Type: Soft
 EDIT  Snag dbh: < 9 inches (23 cm)
 EDIT  Snag dbh: 9-12 inches (23-30 cm)
 EDIT  Snag dbh: 13-15 inches (31-38 cm)
 EDIT  Snag dbh: 16-20 inches (39-50 cm)
 EDIT  Snag dbh: > 20 inches (50 cm)
 EDIT  Snag dbh: prefer largest available
 EDIT  Snag Height minimum: < 10 feet (3 m)
 EDIT  Snag Height minimum: 10 feet (3 m)
 EDIT  Snag Height minimum: 15 feet (4.5 m)
 EDIT  Snag Height minimum: 20 feet (6 m)
 EDIT  Snag Height minimum: 30 feet (9 m)
 EDIT  Snag Height minimum: > 30 feet (9 m)
 EDIT  Snag Density, min #/100 ac for max pop: 300 or more
 EDIT  Snag Density, min #/100 ac for max pop: 200-299
 EDIT  Snag Density, min #/100 ac for max pop: 100-199
 EDIT  Snag Density, min #/100 ac for max pop: 10-99
 EDIT  Snag: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Snag Species: Conifer
 EDIT  Snag Species: Deciduous
 EDIT  Snag Species: Oak
 EDIT  Snag Species: Aspen
 EDIT  Snag Species: Spruce
 EDIT  Snag Species: Douglas fir
 EDIT  Snag Species: True firs
 EDIT  Snag Species: Ponderosa pine
 EDIT  Snag Species: Pinon pine
 EDIT  Snag Species: Juniper
 EDIT  Snag Species: Cottonwood
 EDIT  Snag Species: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Stumps: Used by species
 EDIT  Stumps: Cut at ground level
 EDIT  Stumps: Cut 1 foot above ground
 EDIT  Stumps: Cut 1-5 feet above ground
 EDIT  Stumps: Cut > 5 feet above ground
 EDIT  Stumps: Specified in Comments
 EDIT Downed Log: Class 1 - bark/texture intact, twigs present, round, elevated on support pts.Down Log: Decay class 1 - twigs present and elevated
 EDIT Downed Log: Class 2 - bark intact; texture intact/soft; no twigs; round; elevated but sagging.Down Log: Decay class 2 - no twigs but elevated
 EDIT Downed Log: Class 3 - some bark; texture hard large pieces; round; sagging near ground.Down Log: Decay class 3 - texture hard; near ground
 EDIT Downed Log: Class 4 - no bark; texture small, soft, blocky pieces; round to oval; on ground.Down Log: Decay class 4 - soft and on ground
 EDIT Downed Log: Class 5 - texture soft/powdery, oval, all on/in groundDown Log: Decay class 5 - powdery and in ground
 EDIT  Down Log Density: < 1/ac.
 EDIT  Down Log Density: 1-2/ac.
 EDIT  Down Log Density: 3-4/ac.
 EDIT  Down Log Density: 4-10/ac.
 EDIT  Down Log Density: > 10/ac.
 EDIT  Down Log Size: < 1 inch dia. (2.5 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log Size: 1-3 inches dia. (2.5-7.5 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log Size: 3-8 inches dia. (7.5-20 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log Size: 8-12 inches dia. (20-30 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log Size: 12-18 inches dia. (30-46 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log Size: 18-24 inches dia. (46-61 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log Size: > 24 inches dia. (61 cm)
 EDIT  Down Log: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Woodland/crop fields
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Woodland/old fields (shrubs)
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Woodland/water
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Woodland/grassland
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Old field/water
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Crop field/water
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Crop field/grassland
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Grassland/old field
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Grassland/water
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Coniferous/deciduous trees
 EDIT  Aquatic/Terrestrial Ecotones: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Forest Ecotones: Stands of different tree species
 EDIT  Forest Ecotones: Stands of different age classes
 EDIT  Forest Ecotones: Stands of different canopy closures
 EDIT  Forest Ecotones: Forest/opening (clearing, grassland)
 EDIT  Forest Ecotones: Forest/shrub (opening)
 EDIT  Forest Ecotones: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: No cover required
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Patchy cover required
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Continuous cover required
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Thin cover
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Moderately dense cover
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Dense cover
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Move along drainage bottoms
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Move along ridge tops
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Move erratically across countryside
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Suitable width < 300 feet
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Suitable width 300-600 feet
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Suitable width 600-1320 ft (1/4 mi)
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Suitable width 1/4 - 1/2 mile
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Suitable width > 1/2 mile
 EDIT  Movement Corridors: Specified in Comments
 EDIT  See Comments On Environmental Associations


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