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Wildfire and fuel treatment locations for the USFWS Pacific Southwest Region (California, Nevada, Klamath Basin OR) extracted from the Fire Management Information System (FMIS) on October 23, 2015, for fiscal years 1980-2015.
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Political ecology is a holistic mode of inquiry that applies political analysis to resource use and access by actors and organizations interacting in defined social and cultural contexts. This thesis uses a political ecology perspective to reveal how the Atna' Athabaskan people of South central Alaska use their knowledge of their environment to articulate a specific claim to Copper River salmon. Three case studies of Atna' public activism are presented demonstrating Atna' practice in governmental regulatory process. The position of the Atna' in the Copper River salmon fishery is contrasted with three other north Pacific Native American salmon regimes in order to demonstrate the special features of the Atna' context.
Streamflow and water-quality data collected at the Green River near Colrain, MA go to: https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/57d1c97de4b0571647cfd3d3 for the complete dataset and associated metadata.
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Streamflow and water-quality data collected at the Orestimba Creek near Crows Landing, CA go to: https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/57d1c97de4b0571647cfd3d3 for the complete dataset and associated metadata.
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***This dataset is superseded by Adams, M.J., Pearl, C.A., McCreary, B., Galvan, S.K., and Rowe, J.C., 2017, Oregon Spotted Frog Monitoring at Jack Creek 2015-2016: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7V40SC6*** This dataset contains information from mark-recapture surveys conducted in 2015 by USGS as part of an ongoing Oregon spotted frog (Rana pretiosa) monitoring effort at Jack Creek, Klamath County, Oregon. Data consist of spotted frog counts aggregated by date, location, life stage, and sex, as well data on environmental conditions at the time of each survey.
These data represent the extent of urbanization (for the year indicated) predicted by the model SLEUTH, developed by Dr. Keith C. Clarke, at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Geography and modified by David I. Donato of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Eastern Geographic Science Center (EGSC). Further model modification and implementation was performed at the Biodiversity and Spatial Information Center at North Carolina State University
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Assessing the impact of flow alteration on aquatic ecosystems has been identified as a critical area of research nationally and in the Southeast U.S. This project aimed to address the Ecohydrology Priority Science Need of the SE CSC FY2012 Annual Science Work Plan by developing an inventory and evaluation of current efforts and knowledge gaps in hydrological modeling for flow-­â€ecology science in global change impact studies across the Southeast. To accomplish this goal, we completed a thorough synthesis and evaluation of hydrologic modeling efforts in the Southeast region (including all states of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA) including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,...
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Limits on the time and financial resources available for monitoring efforts, coupled with the complexities of natural resources and stakeholders, are challenges in resource monitoring. To help address these and related challenges, the USGS Monitoring Team (MT) has linked conceptual monitoring specialists with habitat and wildlife biologists to inform and develop creative, scientifically defensible approaches for monitoring the status and trends of populations and habitats across the WLCI region. This collaboration has led to spatially balanced monitoring designs that will make it possible to interpret conditions across the WLCI region and a mechanism for integrating species’ distributions and population responses...
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To evaluate the potential effects of climate change on wildlife habitat and ecological integrity in the northeastern United States from 2010 to 2080, a University of Massachusetts Amherst team derived a set of climate projections at a fine spatial resolution for the entire Northeast. The projections are based upon publicly available climate models.This dataset represents the mean of the minimum air temperature (degrees C) for December, January, and February using one of two IPCC greenhouse gas concentration scenarios (RCP4.5). The dataset is intended to represent typical winter temperatures in the decade centered on 2060 rather than the actual temperatures during 2060. MAP UNITS ARE TEMP. IN DEGREES C MULTIPLIED...


map background search result map search result map Evaluating the Use of Models to Date for Projecting Future Water Flow in the Southeast Mean Minimum Winter Temperature (deg. C) for Northeast, Projected for 2060, RCP4.5, Ensemble GCM Results Region 8 FMIS Wildfire and Fuel Treatment Locations 1980-2015 Oregon Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa) Monitoring at Jack Creek 2015 Selected organic compounds and trace elements in streambed sediments and fish tissues, Cook Inlet Basin, Alaska Petroleum Resource Assessment of the Kandik Basin, Yukon Territory, Canada Dip nets, fish wheels, and motor homes: The Atna', traditional ecological knowledge, and resource management in the Copper River fishery, Alaska Satellite boreal measurements over Alaska and Canada during June-July 2004: Simultaneous measurements of upper tropospheric CO, C2H6, HCN, CH3Cl, CH4, C2H2, CH3OH, HCOOH, OCS, and SF6 mixing ratios (DOI 10.1029/2006GB002795) EFFECTS OF HISTORICAL TIMBER HARVESTING PRACTICES ON CARIBOU FORAGE LICHEN ABUNDANCE NEAR MARSH LAKE, YUKON  -  PHASE 1 FINAL REPORT Range ecology of the Porcupine caribou herd in Canada Estimates of Chinook Salmon Passage in the Kenai River Using Split-Beam and Dual-Frequency Identification Sonars, 2010 Angler Harvest Survey: Dezadeash Lake 2013 Pacific Flyway management plan for the Tule Greater White-Fronted Geese Wetland Reclamation for Placer Mining: Recommendations and Guidelines Background Document Vegetation dynamics related to climate and  land use in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands Angler Harvest Survey: Dezadeash Lake 2013 Oregon Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa) Monitoring at Jack Creek 2015 EFFECTS OF HISTORICAL TIMBER HARVESTING PRACTICES ON CARIBOU FORAGE LICHEN ABUNDANCE NEAR MARSH LAKE, YUKON  -  PHASE 1 FINAL REPORT Dip nets, fish wheels, and motor homes: The Atna', traditional ecological knowledge, and resource management in the Copper River fishery, Alaska Vegetation dynamics related to climate and  land use in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands Petroleum Resource Assessment of the Kandik Basin, Yukon Territory, Canada Selected organic compounds and trace elements in streambed sediments and fish tissues, Cook Inlet Basin, Alaska Pacific Flyway management plan for the Tule Greater White-Fronted Geese Estimates of Chinook Salmon Passage in the Kenai River Using Split-Beam and Dual-Frequency Identification Sonars, 2010 Range ecology of the Porcupine caribou herd in Canada Wetland Reclamation for Placer Mining: Recommendations and Guidelines Background Document Mean Minimum Winter Temperature (deg. C) for Northeast, Projected for 2060, RCP4.5, Ensemble GCM Results Region 8 FMIS Wildfire and Fuel Treatment Locations 1980-2015 Satellite boreal measurements over Alaska and Canada during June-July 2004: Simultaneous measurements of upper tropospheric CO, C2H6, HCN, CH3Cl, CH4, C2H2, CH3OH, HCOOH, OCS, and SF6 mixing ratios (DOI 10.1029/2006GB002795) Evaluating the Use of Models to Date for Projecting Future Water Flow in the Southeast