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Pacific-slope Flycatcher station lifetime productivity (STAPI) (log transformed) ranged between -0.034 and +0.606 with a mean value of +0.286 and a median value of +0.247. ________________________________________ Model 1 (3 parameters) Pacific-slope Flycatcher station lifetime productivity (STAPI) (log transformed) was a function of: a) INTERCEPT (0.3022), b) NLCD06AF90P (+0.01874) - percent all forest cover, 90m-resolution(3x aggregation of 30m-resolution), ranged between -1.901 and +6.011 (95% CL) with a mean value of +2.055 and a median value of +2.494, c) NLCD06IM33P (-0.02730) - percent impervious cover, 990m-resolution (33x aggregation of 30m-resolution), ranged between -1.057 and +5.084 (95% CL) with...
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations....
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations....
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations.
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations....
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations....
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Map of BBS routes and WOTH counts (birds/year). The thickness of the lines are proportional to the numbers of birds observed.
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This dataset was prepared by Phil Nott pnott@birdpop.org using ArcView 9.3 1. Merged NLCD canopy cover images (IMG) for NLCD superzones 1, 2, and 3. 2. Reclass value 127 to NoData 3. Aggregate 30m resolution to 990 meters with 33x aggregation = 990m resolution cells.
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The forest cover map is the first comprehensive worldwide view of forests, using a consistent methodology and standard data. The map has a resolution of 1 km and is based on 1992-93 and 1995-96 AVHRR data. Four broad land cover categories are presented following FAO standard classification: closed forest, open/fragmented forest, other wooded land and other land. Due to the coarse source data, the map cannot be used to obtain reliable country forest cover statistics. The final map has been drafted through validation with information/maps based on higher resolution data, e.g. Landsat TM or SPOT images. An accuracy assessment will be carried out in year 2000 to determine the classification accuracy. This dataset represents...
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Predictive model of the number of Swainson's Thrush adult captures expected during the operation of a standard Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) station (http://www.birdpop.org/maps.htm ). EBird observations (all historical records, May-Jul inclusive) were superimposed upon the predictive model for visual validation of predictions (yellow dots). Warbling Vireo predictive productivity model states that more adult individuals are captured in medium shrub coverage rather than high shrub coverage, and lower elevations. Bozdogan's ICOMP information complexity index selected the following model Warbling Vireo Productivity model Warbling Vireo station lifetime productivity (STAPI) (log transformed)...
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations....
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The Institute for Bird Populations (IBP) coordinates the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program to assess and monitor the vital rates and population dynamics of North American landbirds. The MAPS Program utilizes a standardized constant-effort mist netting and banding protocol (DeSante et al. 2010) at a continent-wide network of monitoring stations. Each summer dedicated volunteers operate bird-banding stations to collect data on individual "birds-in-the-hand" representing over 200 species. Analyses of MAPS data provide critical information relating to the ecology, conservation, and management of North American landbird populations and the factors responsible for changes in their populations.
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Pacific Northwest MAPS Vizband Diversity Model Parameter Estimates Term Estimate Std Error t Ratio Prob>|t| Intercept 35.908117 1.821534 19.71 <.0001 ELEVMET 0.0088 0.001203 7.32 <.0001 can123_2k -0.1238 0.029042 -4.26 <.0001
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Predictive model of the number of Warbling Vireo adult captures expected during the operation of a standard Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) station (http://www.birdpop.org/maps.htm ). EBird observations (all historical records, May-Jul inclusive) were superimposed upon the predictive model for visual validation of predictions (yellow dots). Warbling Vireo AHY predictive model states that more adult individuals are captured at higher elevations, lower latitudes, and associated with high percent forest cover at 90m resolution. Bozdogan's ICOMP information complexity index selected the following model Warbling Vireo - VizBand/Land AIC Model Selection Created: 17-May-2011 Warbling Vireo...
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This is a polygon buffer, surrounding the US Fish and Wildlife Service region 3 (http://www.fws.gov/midwest/endangered/).
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The selected landscape model (equivalent by ICOMP) for MacGillivray’s Warbler adult captures (Table 1) suggests that adults were increasingly more commonly captured in low- to mid-elevation (median ~1,100m) landscapes with extensive coniferous forest (40-100%) in the 5km context, and a mean shrubland cover of 8% (N = 84, R2 = 0.21, P<0.0005) locally (990m). This model was masked to remove zero or negative values and clipped to display in cells for which the 5km coniferous context was in excess of 40% (L95CL) MacGillivray's Warbler - VizBand/Land AIC Model Selection Created: 17-May-2011 Exp(("nlcd06co5p" * 0.01344) + ("gtopo30_ln" * 0.04323) + ("nlcd06sh33ln" * 0.18160)) - 1 MacGillivray's Warbler annual capture...
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Database of 122 Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) demographic monitoring stations that operated for four or more years in the period 1992-2008 throughout Washington, Oregon and northern California. Cluster analysis (Ward's-K) of capture data (individual birds) from these stations revealed six distinct avian communities classified by forest type and condition that correspond to the distribution of USDA/FIA Forest Group classifications. This figure is provided courtesy Phil Nott at the Institute for Bird Populations (Nott 2011, draft) from research funded by USFS Region Six and the Bureau of Land Management.
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( "pnr_lat_grid" * 0.08576) + (0.01474 * "nlcd01cc10k") - (0.02902 * "nlcd06af90pr") - (0.45815 *"gtopo30_ln). Trimmed with 990m-resolution masks representing the forest layer (NLCD 2006) and excluding cells in which agriculture covers greater than 33% of area. Range of adults allowed was 0-55 representing 95% confidence limits of input data.


    map background search result map search result map MAPS Stations BBS Wood Thrush RA MacGillivray's Warbler AHY "Western" Flycatcher (Productivity) Warbling Vireo (Productivity) Warbling Vireo (AHY) Swainson's Thrush Adult Capture (<33% agri) Pacific Northwest MAPS - MacGillivray's Warbler Vizband Output Pacific Northwest MAPS - Diversity Model Pacific Northwest MAPS - Swainson's Thrush Vizband Output NLCD Canopy Cover Percent (1km resolution) Buffer surrounding US Fish and Wildlife Service region 3 51 to 60% forest cover clipped from the FAO Forest Resource Assessment 2000 Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages -Wilson's warbler Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages -Swainson's thrush Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages -yellow warbler Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages - Mac Gillivray's warbler Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages - black capped chickadee Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages - black capped chickadee Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages -yellow warbler Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages -Wilson's warbler Pacific Northwest MAPS - Swainson's Thrush Vizband Output Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages -Swainson's thrush Pacific Northwest MAPS spatial demographic coverages - Mac Gillivray's warbler Pacific Northwest MAPS - MacGillivray's Warbler Vizband Output MAPS Stations Swainson's Thrush Adult Capture (<33% agri) 51 to 60% forest cover clipped from the FAO Forest Resource Assessment 2000 Buffer surrounding US Fish and Wildlife Service region 3 NLCD Canopy Cover Percent (1km resolution) Pacific Northwest MAPS - Diversity Model BBS Wood Thrush RA "Western" Flycatcher (Productivity) MacGillivray's Warbler AHY Warbling Vireo (Productivity) Warbling Vireo (AHY)