3 edition of Arctic ecology map series; critical wildlife areas: descriptive reports. found in the catalog.
Arctic ecology map series; critical wildlife areas: descriptive reports.
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|Contributions||Canadian Wildlife Service.|
|LC Classifications||QL219 .R46 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||81473020|
To examine whether changes in the availability of G. deversa have taken place at different timescales along the Maniqui River, we ran a series of T-tests comparing the change perceptions of both older and younger individuals (i.e., born before or after ) living in villages both closer or farther from the main market town (i.e., fewer or. The extent of ecological light pollution is global (Elvidge et al. ; Figure 2).The first atlas of artificial night sky brightness illustrates that astronomical light pollution extends to every inhabited continent (Cinzano et al. ).Cinzano et al. () calculate that only 40% of Americans live where it becomes sufficiently dark at night for the human eye to make a complete transition.
Study area. The study area encompassed the annual range of the CAH, including wintering areas in the east-central Brooks Range and its northern foothills, migration routes, and calving and summer ranges on the coastal plain between the mountains and the Arctic coast (Fig 1).Climate varied greatly with latitude and elevation. The idea that the nexus of religion and environment deserves critical study and that it could support ongoing academic research was established by the Religions of the World and Ecology series. Edited by Tucker & Grim, its 10 books forged the possibility of intelligible conversation around shared objectives among scholars of diverse.
The high arctic wolf Canis lupus arctos was exterminated from eastern Greenland during the s by commercial hunters and was considered absent for 40 years. In this study, I examined the recolonisation of east Greenland by wolves from north Greenland through an invasion that began in The invasion successfully led to the establishment of a new population, because a wolf pair arrived. Introduction. The increasing energy demands of a growing human population pose one of the greatest threats to conserving wildlife populations and their habitats globally .Impacts from energy development can negatively affect wildlife through a suite of direct and indirect mechanisms including habitat loss and fragmentation [2,3], increased mortality , spread of invasive species , noise.
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Berteaux D et al Effects of changing permafrost and snow conditions on tundra wildlife: critical places and times Arctic Sci. 3 65–90 Crossref Google Scholar Beumer L T, Varpea Ø and Hansen B B Cratering behaviour and faecal C: N ratio in relation to seasonal snowpack characteristics in a high-arctic ungulate Polar Res.
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3 65 Cited by: Arctic Dreams by Barry Lopez is an extraordinary work that encompasses far more than just nature or the Arctic; rather, one could suggest that the book is a very lengthy consideration of finding one's humanity through nature, in this particular case via the experience of the Arctic.
Throughout the long work by Lopez, the author gives ample /5. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations.
Hisnbsp;areas of specialty include tropical mammals, large mammal biology, biogeography, bats, rhinos, seed dispersal, and community ecology. With the World Wildlife Fund, he led many of the organization's most important scientific projects, including the Global Ecoregions, examples of which form the basis of his book Tigerland and Other.
The most intensively-studied area was near Barrow, where the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory (NARL) was established in (Love, ; Reed, ).
Over the next 25 years, NARL served as the base for an extensive series of studies of the biology, geology, and climate of arctic. Perennial snowfields in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve (GAAR) in the central Brooks Range of Alaska are a critical component of the cryosphere.
They serve as habitat for an array of wildlife, including caribou, a species that is crucial as a food and cultural resource for rural subsistence hunters and Native Alaskans. Snowfields also influence hydrology, vegetation, permafrost. This report presents data on the approximate locations and methods of discovery of polar bear (Ursus maritimus) maternal dens observed in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas and neighboring areas from toand archived partly by the U.S.
Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center, and partly by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Marine. High Seas. Our lab is involved in marine conservation issues in the High Seas and Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ). The MiCO project is synthesizing migratory species data, and the long-running OBIS-SEAMAP data repository and web application aggregates protected species observations.
We’ve provided data (with some derived using our MGET spatial tools) and technical support for the. Georeferenced maps are not a substitute for proper preparation and knowledge to travel on public lands.
Please check with a local BLM field office for the most up to date information and conditions. Disclaimer: No warranty is made by the Bureau of Land Management as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data for individual or aggregate use with other data. The U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS) Changing Arctic Ecosystems (CAE) initiative strives to inform key resource management decisions for Arctic Alaska by providing scientific information and forecasts for current and future ecosystem response to a warming climate.
Over the past 5 years, a focal area for the USGS CAE initiative has been the North. Descriptive Entry.
This record unit consists of files documenting the operation of the Smithsonian Office of Ecology (SOE),and its successor, the Ecology Program of the Office of Environmental Sciences (OES), The records were created primarily by administrators Buechner, ; Wallen, ; and Jenkins, GMUs or Areas: 26 Keywords: wolf, Canis lupus, ecology, behavior, predation, Nunamiut Alaska natives, Arctic Link: Partners: Federal Aid-Wildlife Restoration Program Primary Authors: Robert O.
Stephenson Jr. Programs: Wildlife Research Project Numbers: W Publication Types: Book, Journal Article/External Publication. A Viewer's Guide: The Wildlife of New England.
John S. Burk. With practical guidance, helpful tips, and informative overviews of each location, The Wildlife of New England invites you to discover more than 80 wildlife-viewing areas around New England.
Organized by state, each viewing location is discussed in detail, including its natural. Field-intensive course focusing on issues relevant to the ecology of the arctic regions. Explores the changing arctic environment through lectures and hands-on research during an day camping trip transecting the subarctic boreal forest to the high Arctic.
Enrollment is. Odds are if you have an interest in this book, you have at least some knowledge about David Mech. Mech is a Senior Scientist with the Biological Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, and Ecology, Evolution and Behavior at the University of s: Alaska’s Arctic is rapidly overheating, experiencing the effects of climate change at twice the rate of the rest of the world.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain is the most important land habitat for denning polar bears, and 76% of the coastal plain is designated critical polar bear habitat.
Wildlife Ecology. Evolution. A critical question in the conservation of both large carnivores and wild ungulates is where they are able to live. (CITES) of the Norwegian Scientific. Benchmark Series books, Ecology. Bruce Manny, NSF, Atmospheric Nitrogen.
Biostratonomy of Arctic Lakes, Progress report. China- Kunming Trip. National Science Foundation- Historical Ecology of Maya Area (renewal and reports). The book is illustrated with several good maps but you may want to keep your tablet or computer handy so you can get a better look at the region's covered.
There's so much more to this wonderful, well written book that no review can do it justic, so if you are at all interested in the geography, climate, history and life of the polar region.
processes in an arctic grizzly bear population. Ursus – Craighead, J. J. A proposed delineation of critical grizzly bear habitat in the Yellowstone region.
A monograph presented at the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA. Monograph Series Number 1. Methods Study Area Two populations were observed.
During (19 February to 26 May) and (2 March to 1 June) we studied a population in the Davis area (38 ° 32' N, ' 47' W) which was located in the Zoology Department Experimental Wildlife Area on the University of California at Davis campus, Yolo County (elevation 8 m).Many of the subject files relate to consultancy work completed by Parker and Wildlife Services Ltd., including reports, surveys, and research data.
In addition to elephants and rhinos, these files include materials pertaining to game birds, gazelles, tropical fish, frogs, and other wildlife.