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Science Applications employs mdEditor for metadata creation and editing. Metadata for contacts of other DOI agencies and centers are used frequently across the USFWS regions. In an effort to reduce redundancy and increase efficiency, SA headquarters maintains a master mdJSON metadata file aka seed file. for use across SA regions and the Service.If you would like to add commonly used contacts to this list, please contact the SA HQ data manager at sadatamanager@fws.gov
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This scenario planning decision support tool for the Kankakee River basin as a first case study/proof-of concept. Hydrology models, both surface water and groundwater, and ecology of the Kankakee River watershed will be combined to evaluate the effects of habitat restoration on water suppy ecosystem services, agricultural irrigation demands, urbanization, and waterfowl habitat, and sportsman and recreational user interests. Various scenarios for restoration identified with peer input were tested for the watershed. Each scenario results in different individual and aggregate values for ground water recharge, surface water storage, waterfowl habitat, sportsman and recreational use, and agricultural capacity. Some...
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Distributional patterns across the United States of five avian community breeding-season characteristics—community biomass, richness, constituent species' vulnerability to extirpation, percentage of constituent species' global abundance present in the community (conservation index, CI), and the community's position along the ecological gradient underlying species composition (principal curve ordination score, PC)—were described, their covariation was analyzed, and projected effects of climate change on the characteristics and their covariation were modeled. Higher values of biomass, richness, and CI were generally preferred from a conservation perspective. However, higher values of these characteristics often did...
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Ecological Applications
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This scenario planning decision support tool for the Kankakee River basin as a first case study/proof-of concept. Hydrology models, both surface water and groundwater, and ecology of the Kankakee River watershed will be combined to evaluate the effects of habitat restoration on water suppy ecosystem services, agricultural irrigation demands, urbanization, and waterfowl habitat, and sportsman and recreational user interests. Various scenarios for restoration identified with peer input were tested for the watershed. Each scenario results in different individual and aggregate values for ground water recharge, surface water storage, waterfowl habitat, sportsman and recreational use, and agricultural capacity. Some...
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This vector polygon feature class was developed from the Upper Midwest & Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative's Coastal Conservation Working Group (CCWG) "Designing the Coastal Wetlands of Tomorrow" September 6th, 2017 stakeholder workshop. The polygon features represent potential areas of coastal wetland opportunities and were derived from paper maps marked up by workshop participants that they believed to be areas of opportunity for coastal wetland protection (maintain and protect current wetlands), restoration (add wetlands or increase size of a wetland), or enhancement (improve the quality of a wetland). The CCWG is particularly interested in these opportunities to partner and provide support for coastal...
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Conservation Action Planning (CAP) is an adaptive management planning process refined by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and embraced worldwide as the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. The CAP process facilitates open, multi-institutional collaboration on a common conservation agenda through organized actions and quantified results. While specifically designed for conservation efforts, the framework is adaptable and flexible to multiple scales and can be used for any collaborative planning effort. The CAP framework addresses inception; design and development of goals, measures, and strategies; and plan implementation and evaluation. The specific components of the CAP include defining the project scope...
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This geodatabase contains layers pertaining to the Public Land Survey. It included a pre-settlement landcover polygon shapefile (KankLandcover.shp) for the area of interest in Indiana: Elkhart, Newton, Jasper, Starke, Marshall, and the north and central portion of Kosciusko, and northwest portion of Benton County, Lake, Porter, LaPorte, and St. Joseph Counties as well as the area of interest in Illinois: Will, Kankakee, and Iroquois Counties along with townships within surrounding counties (Grundy, Ford, Vermillion) within the Kankakee watershed . This database also includes a hydrologic features shapefile (hydrologic) of digitized water features including rivers and streams, drains, rapids, springs, runs, etc....


    map background search result map search result map Assessment of Waterfowl Habitat Restoration as an Adaptive Mechanism for Water Sustainability in the Grand Kankakee River Watershed Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Opportunities Report: Assessment of Waterfowl Habitat Restoration as an Adaptive Mechanism for Water Sustainability in the Grand Kankakee River Watershed Public Land Survey Digitized Map Data of Grand Kankakee Marsh, Indiana, circa 1830s Assessment of Waterfowl Habitat Restoration as an Adaptive Mechanism for Water Sustainability in the Grand Kankakee River Watershed Report: Assessment of Waterfowl Habitat Restoration as an Adaptive Mechanism for Water Sustainability in the Grand Kankakee River Watershed Public Land Survey Digitized Map Data of Grand Kankakee Marsh, Indiana, circa 1830s Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Opportunities