The summer of 1963 was spent gathering ecological data at Holly Lake, Teton Mountains, Wyoming. The project is sponsored by the National Park Service and is to obtain data to show any effects of visitor use on the subalpine and alpine areas. The data and observations result in recommendations for the best possible management of the area to maintain the scenic beauty. Holly Lake is in a cirque and is surrounded by slopes with various exposures--east, north, and south. Some of the slopes are quite steep and some are gentle. The vegetative cover is meadow and trees. Quadrat data were taken to determine the most important species in the vegetative cover of all types present. Pictures were taken to illustrate the various habitats and vegetative types. Project Number 127.
"Ecological Investigations at Holly Lake, Teton Mountains,"
Jackson Hole Research Station Annual Report: Vol. 1963
, Article 9.
Available at: https://repository.uwyo.edu/jhrs_reports/vol1963/iss1/9