1993, An ecological classification system for the central hardwood region: The Hoosier National Forest.
What does ECS stand for?
ECS stands for Ecological Classification System
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- Early Childhood Services
- Early College Start (Austin Community College; Texas)
- East China Sea
- East Coast Supercharging (Cream Ridge, NJ)
- East Coast Swing (dance style)
- Eastern Caribbean States
- Eastern Computer Services, Incorporated
- Eau Chaude Sanitaire (French: Domestic Hot Water)
- Eberron Campaign Setting (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
- eComStation (operating system)
- Économie, Confor,t Service (French: Economy, Comfort, Service)
- Économique et Commerciale Scientifique (French: Economic and Commercial Science)
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- Education Commission of the States (Denver, CO)
- Education Consulting Service (various organizations)
- Education Continuing Studies (Augsburg College; Minneapolis, MN)
- Education Cost Sharing (Connecticut)
- Education, Community and Society (UK)
- Education, Culture & Society (various schools)
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Field Methods Eight old-growth stands (defined as stands >150 year old; see Goebel and Hix 1996; Olivero and Hix 1998 for information on how these stands were identified) were selected within two contrasting ecosystems using a multifactor ecological classification system (ECS) based on climate, physiography, soils, and vegetation developed recently for the Athens Unit of the Wayne National Forest in southeastern Ohio (Table 1).
To help determine the value of the landscape, AMERICAN FORESTS established an urban ecological classification system that combines standard land-use-planning categories and vegetative cover to determine an ecological structure, or eco-structure, for specific areas.