• Geography
  • Published 1993

The Niobrara Valley Preserve: An Inventory of a Biogeographical Crossroads

@inproceedings{Kantak1993TheNV,
  title={The Niobrara Valley Preserve: An Inventory of a Biogeographical Crossroads},
  author={Gail E. Kantak and Steven P. Churchill},
  year={1993}
}
This paper synthesizes results of a biological inventory of a 219-km2 nature preserve in the central Niobrara Valley of Nebraska. The two-year inventory documented the presence of80 species ?f~osses and liverworts, 581 of vascular plants, 130 of aquatIc Invertebrates and 278 of vertebrate animals. Comparison with distribution records from four other counti~s in Nebraska shows that the Niobrara study site has higher vertebrate species diversity despite its smaller area. Although the study area… CONTINUE READING

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