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Midwest MAPS Stations that operated 4 or more years between 1992 and 2008. Stations are classified by three categories of ability to effectively monitor priority species of continental concern and whether they were active in 2011. High Medium Total number of Species Captured >=15 >=10 Mean Capture Rate of Priority Species >=0.5 >=0.4 Total Number of Priority Species >=8 >=6 Percentage of Priority Species >=20 >=10 Other stations may be directed at restoration or single species MAPS Website
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Louisiana Waterthrush - VizBand/Land AIC Model Selection Created: 05-Oct-2011 Louisiana Waterthrush annual capture rate of adult (ADULT) individuals (log transformed) ranged between -0.220 and +2.009 with a mean value of +0.895 and a median value of +0.794. ________________________________________ Model 1 (2 parameters) Louisiana Waterthrush annual capture rate of adult (ADULT) individuals (log transformed) was a function of: a) DIST2RIV15 (-0.30142) - distance (m) to stream, ranged between -1.104 and +0.772 (95% CL) with a mean value of -0.166 and a median value of -0.121, b) NLCD06DE33P (+0.46681) - percent deciduous forest cover, 990m-resolution (33x aggregation of 30m-resolution), ranged between +1.446 and...
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Distribution of hite-eyed Vireo mean adult day of capture at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Breeding Bird Survey Relative Abundance for Acadian Flycatcher
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Distribution of Indigo Bunting adult captures at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
River valley boundary extents were generated for select large river floodplains of the Upper Midwest, United States. These polygons were delineated using a method that incorporated interpolating a water surface elevation that completely over-topped water-control structures within the valley such as levees, flood walls, and roadways. The intersection of this derived water surface and land elevation at the outermost edge of the floodplain was used to delineate the approximate extent of the river valley boundary. We used best professional judgment to approximate this water surface elevation.
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Midwest MAPS Stations that operated 4 or more years between 1992 and 2008. Stations are classified by the number of years operated MAPS Website
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Midwest MAPS Stations that operated 4 or more years between 1992 and 2008. Stations are classified by three categories of ability to effectively monitor species of continental concern. High Medium Total number of Species Captured >=15 >=10 Mean Capture Rate of Priority Species >=0.5 >=0.4 Total Number of Priority Species >=8 >=6 Percentage of Priority Species >=20 >=10 Other stations may be directed at restoration or single species MAPS Website
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Distribution of Kentucky Warbler adult captures at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Distribution of Acadian Flycatcher productivity at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Blue-winged Warbler - VizBand/Land AIC Model Selection Created: 03-Jun-2011 Blue-winged Warbler annual capture rate of adult (ADULT) individuals (log transformed) ranged between -0.418 and +2.515 with a mean value of +1.049 and a median value of +0.902. ________________________________________ Model 1 (1 parameters) Blue-winged Warbler annual capture rate of adult (ADULT) individuals (log transformed) was a function of: a) NLCD06DE5KP (+0.27513) - percent deciduous forest cover, 990m-resolution in a landscape context of 5km radius, ranged between +2.449 and +5.203 (95% CL) with a mean value of +3.826 and a median value of +4.190. This model included data from 44 stations, explained 4 percent of the variation, and...
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Direct and indirect ecological effects of the widely used insecticide bifenthrin on stream ecosystems are largely unknown. To investigate such effects, a manipulative experiment was conducted in stream mesocosms that were colonized by aquatic insect communities and exposed to bifenthrin-contaminated sediment; implications for natural streams were interpreted through comparison of mesocosm results to a survey of 100 Midwestern streams, USA. In the mesocosm experiment, direct effects of bifenthrin exposure included reduced larval macroinvertebrate abundance, richness, and biomass at concentrations (EC50s ranged 197.6 – 233.5 ng bifenthrin/ g organic carbon) previously thought safe for aquatic life. Indirect effects...
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Distribution of mean annual number of Blue-winged Warbler adults captured at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Distribution of Warbling Vireo adult captures at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Distribution of Wood Thrush mean wing chord length at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Distribution of Eastern Towhee adult captures at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).
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Land use was quantified within a 4-km radius around 36 apiaries in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota over two years, 2015-16 and 2016-17. The area (hectares) of Ag (corn, soy, small grains), Grass (pasture, grassland, fallow land, wildflowers, shrub land, and hay land), Wetlands (herbaceous and woody), and Bee crops (alfalfa, canola, sunflower) were quantified around each apiary in each year. Within each apiary, the average change in frames of adult bees among all colonies from June to September was calculated. Additionally, the average September Varroa mite infestation rate, the average adult population size during almond pollination, the count of colonies exhibiting queen events in September, and the count...
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The focus of the first Midwest Urban Conservation Workshop was to understand the challenges stakeholders are facing, define the needs for collaboration and best management practices, establish a platform for conversation focusing on learning from each other and creating an opportunity for collaboration on new initiatives through a collective impact. The workshop was framed around the idea of making a collective impact, as what happens upstream directly affects what happens downstream. Over 40 participants included scientists, urban planners, and state, federal, private and nonprofit organizations with interests in creating a network of professionals interested in the value of our waterways. We envision a world where...
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Distribution of Kentucky Warbler productivity at MAPS stations during the period 1992-2008 throughout Midwestern states (plus 250km buffer).


map background search result map search result map Louisiana Waterthrush (AHY) Blue_winged Warbler - Predictive Model of Adult Captures Eastern Towhee (ADULT) Indigo Bunting (ADULT) Warbling Vireo (ADULT) Kentucky Warbler (ADULT) Kentucky Warbler (STAPI) White-eyed Vireo (ADDOY) Acadian Flycatcher (STAPI) Wood Thrush (ADSPR) Blue-winged Warbler (AHY) USFWS Region 3 - MAPS Network Recommendations MAPS Stations Priority Monitoring Status MAPS Station Longevity BBS Acadian Flycatcher Midwest Avian Conservation - Wood Thrush Vizband MAPS results Midwest Urban Conservation Workshop April 2014 Characteristics of Spikes Delivered to Mesocosms Spatio-temporally decoupled land use influences honey bee health and pollination service delivery dataset River Valley Boundaries Generated for Select Large Rivers of the Upper Midwest, United States Spatio-temporally decoupled land use influences honey bee health and pollination service delivery dataset Characteristics of Spikes Delivered to Mesocosms Blue-winged Warbler (AHY) Kentucky Warbler (ADULT) Kentucky Warbler (STAPI) White-eyed Vireo (ADDOY) Acadian Flycatcher (STAPI) Midwest Avian Conservation - Wood Thrush Vizband MAPS results Eastern Towhee (ADULT) Wood Thrush (ADSPR) Warbling Vireo (ADULT) Midwest Urban Conservation Workshop April 2014 Indigo Bunting (ADULT) USFWS Region 3 - MAPS Network Recommendations MAPS Stations Priority Monitoring Status MAPS Station Longevity River Valley Boundaries Generated for Select Large Rivers of the Upper Midwest, United States Louisiana Waterthrush (AHY) Blue_winged Warbler - Predictive Model of Adult Captures BBS Acadian Flycatcher