Neither specific field reconnaissance nor data collection was conducted on this classification, and this report does not necessarily include all of the rare or unusual communities that are present, but probably does include all the major vegetation types which would be expected there. Due to this lack of field work, the classification could undoubtedly benefit from additional activity in this unit, both in regard to additional data collection, but also acquisition and analysis of existing vegetation data.
- NatureServe. 2004. International Ecological Classification Standard: Terrestrial Ecological Classifications. Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area (Kentucky, Tennessee) Interim Report. NatureServe Central Databases. Arlington, VA and NatureServe Ecology South. Durham, NC. Data current as of April 30, 2004.