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Diversity and spatial distribution of freshwater fish in Great Lake and Toule Sap River (Cambodia, Southeast Asia)
Vertical, Longitudinal and Temporal Variation in the Macrobenthos of an Appalachian Headwater Stream System
In September 2013 the Springs Stewardship Institute received funding from the BOR to map springs and springs-dependent species in the DLCC. Since then we have configured our server, migrated our geodatabase to an ArcSDE, and published several WMS and WFS to our domain at https://arcgis.springsdata.org/arcgis/rest/services . This includes a WMS of springs in the DLCC that we have also made available through ArcGIS Online at http://bit.ly/1k6zo7p . We have also migrated our non-spatial survey data to an online application at http://springsdata.org/index.php . This is a user-friendly interface for a MySQL database that includes georeferencing, geomorphology, flow, flora, fauna, water quality, and condition assessment...
The Fish and Wildlife Observation feature class represents observations of aquatic and terrestrial animals made by sight, sound, and other detection methods. It includes locations where animals were found. It does not include surveyed places where the animal was looked for and not found. Data originated primarily from the NRIS Wildlife and Aquatic Surveys applications. The feature class includes the observation location on land or water and the attributes defined in this document. Please note that all listed status fields are dependent on FS units having entered status information into the NRIS TAXA application. A null value does not necessarily indicate an unlisted status.
Responses of estuarine benthic macrofauna in copper-contaminated sediments to remediation of sediment quality
Spatial and temporal distribution of freshwater sponges in Connecticut lakes based upon analysis of siliceous spicules in dated sediment cores
Puerto Rico's Forest Inventory: Adapting the Forest Inventory and Analysis Program to a Caribbean Island
Freshwater Needs of Fish and Wildlife Resources in the Nueces-Corpus Christi Bay Area, Texas: A Literature Synthesis
Herd Areas (HAs) are where horses were located during a flight inventory in the early 1970s as required by legislation. Herd Management Areas (HMAs) are locations where there is sufficient resources managed by the BLM to support horse or burro populations as identified in a BLM planning document. This polygon database displays HAs and HMAs across the west.
Non-indigenous species in the Great Lakes: Were colonization and damage to ecosystem health predictable?
Special Status Species (amphibians, reptiles, birds, invertebrates and mammals) GeoBOB observation points with the status of BLM Sensitive or Bureau Assesment.BLM (Bureau of Land Management), GeoBOB (geographic Biotic Observations) ISMS (Interagency Species Management System) WOPR (Western OregonPlan Revision) SSP (Sensitive Species) PRMP:Proposed Resource Management Plan This data is a PRMP release version of the data. The original name of the dataset is: wld_m3_a_sspfauna_point_BLM
Created in 2009, the SanBIOS database serves as a single repository of species observations collected by various departments within the County of San Diego's Land Use and Environment Group. Coordination of biological species tracking between departments ensures a complete dataset, meeting a specific data standard, and will provide the best available information to environmental scientists, advocacy groups, all County departments, and various agencies.