Current Concentrations of PCBs in Lake Michigan Invertebrates, a Prediction Test, and Corroboration of Hindcast Concentrations
Municipal landfill impacts on a natural stream located in an urban wetland in Regional Niagara, Ontario
Comparison of mercury bioaccumulation in eel (Anguilla anguilla) and roach (Rutilus rutilus) from river systems in East Anglia, UK I. Concentrations in fish tissue
Radionuclide characterization and associated dose from long-lived radionuclides in close-in fallout delivered to the marine environment at Bikini and Enewetak Atolls
Diazinon dissipation from vegetation, occurrence in earthworms, and presence in avian gastrointestinal tracts collected from apple orchards following D-Z-N registered 50W application
Sources, trends, implications and remediation of mercury contamination of lakes in remote areas of Canada
Restoring and Maintaining Naturally-Functioning Landforms and Biota on Intensively Developed Barrier Islands Under a No-Retreat Alternative
Crucial stream/river corridors for aquatic species in Wyoming at a scale of 1:100,000. Data is current as of 2007; please check with the Wymoing Game and Fish Department for any potential updates to this dataset: https://wgfd.wyo.gov/Wildlife-in-Wyoming/Geospatial-Data/Habitat-GIS-Information
NOTE: Two data download links are provided. The first includes the data described below as a geographic point layer and as a .csv file. The second link is a data package containing: the annual probability of observing one individual, the annual probability of encountering a large flock, and the monthly probability of observing one individual, for the full set of 24 species (in .csv format), and the associated report “Mapping the distribution, abundance and risk assessment of marine birds in the Northwest Atlantic.” To improve display of this data on Data Basin the point data was converted to a raster grid. This map depicts the mean predicted probability of observing at least one individual Great Black-backed Gull...
Habitat loss and fragmentation are widely recognized as among the most important threats to global biodiversity. New analytical approaches are providing improved ability to predict the effects of landscape change on population connectivity at vast spatial extents. This paper presents an analysis of population connectivity for three species of conservation concern [swift fox (Vulpes velox); lesser prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus); massasuaga (Sistrurus catenatus)] across the American Great Plains region. We used factorial least-cost path and resistant kernel analyses to predict effects of landscape conditions on corridor network connectivity. Our predictions of population connectivity provide testable...