A Wetland Habitat Assessment Method using Birds
A wetland habitat assessment technique (HAT) using birds as indicators of habitat quality was developed from the method of V. R. Holmes et al. , (1986) and J. W. Graber and R. R. Graber...

Oilfield Development vs. Waterfowl in Arctic Alaska (abstract)
The newest oilfield in Alaska is the Lisburne field under development by ARCO Alaska, Inc. , Standard Alaska Production, and Exxon. The Lisburne field is completely surrounded by the older...

Waterfront Parks in the Boston Area
Two recently completed waterfront parks in Cambridge and East Boston, Massachusetts are discussed. The Bird Island Flats 'Harbor Walk' project is a 15-foot wide,...

Changes in Wading Bird Habitat on Georgia Islands
Free flowing artesian wells were developed in Georgia during the late 1800's. Some of these wells produced important habitat for colonially nesting wading bird populations....

Environmental Management Problems of Dredged Material Islands in the Tampa Bay Area
Between 1977 and 1982, four new islands were created in Hillsborough Bay as part of the Tampa Harbor Deepening Project. The islands are now 3-7 years old. They exhibit striking differences...

 

 

 

 

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