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Spatial and temporal variations of stygobite Amphipod populations in interstitial aquatic habitats of karst/floodplain interfaces in France and Morocco
Development of Anoxia in the Artificial Lake Shihwa, Korea, as a Consequence of Intertidal Reclamation
Observed declines in the Arctic sea ice have resulted in a variety of negative effects on polar bears (Ursus maritimus). Projections for additional future declines in sea ice resulted in a proposal to list polar bears as a threatened species under the United States Endangered Species Act. To provide information for the Department of the Interior's listing-decision process, the US Geological Survey (USGS) produced a series of nine research reports evaluating the present and future status of polar bears throughout their range. In response, Armstrong et al. [Armstrong, J. S., K. C. Green, W. Soon. 2008. Polar bear population forecasts: A public-policy forecasting audit. Interfaces 38(5) 382–405], which we will refer...
The Native Prairie Adaptive Management initiative is a decision support framework that provides cooperators with management-action recommendations to help them conserve native species and suppress invasive species on prairie lands. We developed a Web-based decision support tool (DST) for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Geological Survey initiative. The DST facilitates cross-organizational data sharing, performs analyses to improve conservation delivery, and requires no technical expertise to operate. Each year since 2012, the DST has used monitoring data to update ecological knowledge that it translates into situation-specific management-action recommendations (e.g., controlled burn or prescribed...
Arsenic and other Trace Metals in Sediments from the Kara Sea and the Ob and Yenisey Estuaries, Russia
Structural characterization of the hydrocarbon degrading bacteria-oil interface: Implications for bioremediation
Modeling the snow cover in climate studies 2. The sensitivity to internal snow parameters and interface processes
Evidence for a Trophic Cascade Effect on North-shore Western Lake Erie Phytoplankton Prior to the Zebra Mussel Invasion