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Frances Simes Hastings Natural History Reservation

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University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Hastings Natural History Reservation,”

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James San Jacinto Mountains Reserve

Allen, M. F., R. Vargas, E. A. Graham, W. Swenson, M. Hamilton, M. Taggart, T. Harmon, A. Rat'ko, P. Rundel, and B. Fulkerson. 2007 Soil sensor technology: Life within a pixel. Bioscience 57: 859-867

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University of California, Natural Reserve System, “James San Jacinto Mountains Reserve,”

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Hans Jenny Pygmy Forest Reserve

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Jepson Prairie Reserve

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