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Risley, J., and Hay, L.E., 2006, eds. Joint 8th Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference and 3rd Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, April 2-6, 2006, Reno, Nevada.
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Vegetation and processes of erosion and deposition are interactive. An objective of this paper is to review selected studies that emphasize the interdependencies. The reviews suggest new directions for research uniting ecology and geomorphology – the sub-discipline of biogeomorphology. The research, which recently has become vigorous, includes the sources, movement, and fates of fluvial loads of sediment, organic carbon, nutrients, contaminants, and woody debris to low-energy storage sites; the function of biota in causing soil evolution, stability, and sequestration of carbon; the development of new methods to characterize watersheds based on edaphic conditions; and the refinement of current empirical and conceptual...
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The use of airborne hyperspectral remote sensing imagery for automated mapping of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) in the tidal Potomac River was investigated for near to real-time resource assessment and monitoring. Airborne hyperspectral imagery and field spectrometer measurements were obtained in October of 2000. A spectral library database containing selected ground-based and airborne sensor spectra was developed for use in image processing. The spectral library is used to automate the processing of hyperspectral imagery for potential real-time material identification and mapping. Field based spectra were compared to the airborne imagery using the database to identify and map two species of SAV ( Myriophyllum...
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Mercury contamination of aquatic ecosystems is an issue of national concern, affecting both wildlife and human health. Detailed information on mercury cycling and food-web bioaccumulation in stream settings and the factors that control these processes is currently limited. In response, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Water-Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) conducted detailed studies from 2002 to 2006 on various media to enhance process-level understanding of mercury contamination, biogeochemical cycling, and trophic transfer. Eight streams were sampled for this study: two streams in Oregon, and three streams each in Wisconsin and Florida. Streambed-sediment and pore-water samples were collected between...
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In a survey study conducted to obtain base-line data, eleven extensive float trips were made down the Colorado River in the period from September 1970 through mid-June 1976. Samples of fish, mammals, plants and herpetofauna were collected; species collected are listed. In addition, terrestrial surveys were made at various land sites in the region. Major results of this survey were the lack of success in obtaining a speciman of the humpback sucker, xyrauchen texanus, and the discovery of the relative scarcity of chubs of the genus Gila. Both of these outcomes have been tied to the low water temperatures caused by releases from the Grand Canyon Dam, as well as to the barrier that the dam presents to upstream movement...
SLAMM Modeling of Yaquina Estuary, Central Oregon Coast, credited to Loiselle, R., published in 2010. Published in Oregon Climate Change Research Institute’s (OCCRI) PNW Climate Science Conference, June 15-16, in 2010.
Environmental Chemistry of Selenium: Written as a complement to the definitive work, Selenium in the Environment (Marcel Dekker, Inc.), this timely resource presents basic and the most recent applied research developments in selenium remediation - emphasizing field investigations as well as covering topics from analytical methods and modeling to regulatory aspects from federal and state perspectives. Published in Environmental Chemistry of Selenium, on pages 297 - 313, in 1998.
Black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes) excavate subsoil from black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) burrows and deposit it in unique piles. Black-tailed prairie dogs tend to fill in or "plug" burrows visited or occupied by ferrets (Hillman 1968, Henderson et al. 1969, Fortenbery 1972). In this paper, we describe the configuration, rate of production, persistence, and seasonality of ferret diggings and rate of burrow plugging by prairie dogs within white-tailed prairie dog (C. leucurus) colonies. Published in Journal of Wildlife Management, volume 48, issue 4, on pages 1441 - 1444, in 1984.
The Crystal Geyser Dinosaur Quarry, near Green River, Utah, is located at the base of the Lower Cretaceous (Barremian) Yellow Cat Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation. The quarry preserves a nearly monospecific accumulation of a new basal therizinosauroid, Falcarius utahensis. We used field descriptions and petrographic analysis to determine the depositional environment and development of the quarry strata. Results of these analyses suggest that the quarry represents multiple episodes of bone accumulation buried by spring and overbank flood deposits. Evidence for these previously undescribed spring deposits includes calcite macroscopic structures within the quarry strata—such as pisolites and travertine fragments—and...
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