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1. Spatial analysis of changing terrestrial ecosystems in the Windmill Islands and the sub-Antarctic [AAS_3130]   CHILD DIFs
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) project 3130. Public High latitude terrestrial ecosystems are experiencing rapid change, which is most likely caused by climate change, human impacts, and ...


2. Introduced invasive terrestrial invertebrates on Macquarie Island: studies on ecology, origins and control [ASAC_2397]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2397 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project---- Three soil animals, a land shrimp, ...


3. Introduced Collembola from Subantarctic islands [ASAC_1043]
From the abstract for the referenced paper. Alien invertebrates pose considerable threats to subantarctic island ecosystems and with warming climates, because the likelihood of immigrants establishing ...


4. 2002 Willapa Bay LiDAR Project [gov.noaa.csc.maps.2002_Willapa_m12]
NOAA contracted with Spencer B. Gross, Inc. (SBG) to obtain airborne LiDAR of Willapa Bay, Washington during low tide conditions. The LiDAR data was processed to deliver topographic surface elevation ...


5. Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation (BISON) [USGS_BISON]
Abstract: The USGS Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation (BISON) project is an online mapping information system consisting of a large collection of species occurrence datasets (e.g., plants ...


6. Effects of Military Training and Fire in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area [usgsbrdfresc0003]
The unique characteristics of the Snake River Canyon and the adjoining upland desert south of Boise, Idaho, have been recognized since the 1940s (Olendorff and Kochert 1977). An area associated with ...


7. Long-term Assessments of Golden Eagle Nesting Density and Productivity in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. [usgsbrdfresc0006]
The Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area has undergone massive habitat changes since 1980. More than 50% of the shrub habitat has been lost due to wildfires, resulting in large stands ...


8. Invasive Crayfish in the Pacific Northwest [USGS_FRESC_Pac_NW_invasive_crayfish]
Biological invasions can have dramatic effects on freshwater ecosystems and introduced crayfish can be particularly impacting. We document crayfish distribution in three large hydrographic basins ...


9. Fire, Hydrology, and Soils along the Mangrove Ecotone within the Greater Everglades Ecosystem [USGS_SOFIA_FireHydroSoils]
Fire in the south Florida landscape has historically been influential in shaping the ecosystem. The link between hydrology, soil formation, and fire is a critical complex component in the persistence ...


10. National Atlas of the United States of America from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) [USGS_NATIONALATLAS]
The National Atlas updates a large bound collection of paper maps that was published in 1970. Like its predecessor, this edition promotes greater national geographic awareness. It delivers ...


11. Global Invasive Species Database [iucnissg_gisp]
The newly online (but still under construction) Global Invasive Species Database was developed by the Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG), using species information provided by an ...


12. Juvenile Lobster Monitoring Program [gomc_118]
The Juvenile Lobster Monitoring Program (JLMP) is TLC's cornerstone community-based research program. The purpose of the JLMP is to measure the health and productivity of lobster nursery habitats ...


13. Fragmentation of Shrubsteppe Habitats and Breeding Passerine Birds [brdfresc0004]
The effect of habitat fragmentation on biological diversity is an important consideration in the conservation of the earths resources because of detrimental effects on biodiversity and individual ...


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