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This metadata record documents 2 comma delimited tables that support the journal article "Bank-derived material dominates fluvial sediment in a suburban Chesapeake Bay watershed" by Cashman and others, in review. They consist of a source and target dataset.
This is a map of populated areas with population density greater than or equal to 1 individual/ha (i.e., rural/exurban but including suburban and urban as defined by Marzluff et al. 2001) as determined from U.S. Census data corrected for public lands.
This is a map of populated areas with population density greater than or equal to 1 individual/ha (i.e., rural/exurban but including suburban and urban as defined by Marzluff et al. 2001) as determined from U.S. Census data corrected for public lands.
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Synopsis: The study examined the effects of road networks on suburbanizing ecosystems, using grassland bird distribution to explore the relative ecological importance of variables relative to linear disturbances and the effect of road traffic volumes. The study found that roads primarily affect ecological variables for 1) distance from road and 2) habitat patch size. The study also found that road traffic volumes are correlated to avian distribution, suggesting that traffic volumes have an ecological effect. The research suggests that traffic noise is the primary ecological effect of roads and that roads with higher traffic volumes extend the road effect zone outwards of 100 m and up to 1,200 m. Given the ecological...


    map background search result map search result map Road traffic and nearby grassland bird patterns in a suburbanizing landscape. Populated Areas in the Western United States Populated Areas in the Western United States Source and target sediment fingerprint data for Upper Difficult Run, VA Source and target sediment fingerprint data for Upper Difficult Run, VA Road traffic and nearby grassland bird patterns in a suburbanizing landscape. Populated Areas in the Western United States Populated Areas in the Western United States