Food-Chain Transfer of Trace Elements to Wildlife
Trace elements in agricultural subsurface drainage water may bioaccumulate in wildlife through their feeding on organisms living in evaporation ponds or other habitats that receive the...

Wetland Management in Britain: A Comparative Approach
Wetland management in the United Kingdom is in an early stage of development. The importation of management aims and techniques from other countries with more advanced programmes is an...

The Demise of Equal Consideration; Otherwise Known as ESA Section 7 Consultation

Pointe Mouillee: a 4600-acre Multiple Purpose Habitat Constructed and Restored in Western Lake Erie, USA
Pointe Mouille, part of a Michigan Wildlife Management Area, is the site of a major restoration project funded and constructed in the late 1970's by the US Army Corps of Engineers and...

Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program Strategy for Salmon
Three species of Snake River salmon have been listed as threatened or endangered under the federal Endangered Species Act. In response, the Northwest Power Planning Council worked with...

Habitat Simulation in United States, Britain, and France
The need to identify an instream flow requirement for water resources management exists in a number of countries. The use of habitat simulation in the United States, Great Britain, and...

Assessing the Reliability of the Water Supply to a Closed Basin Wetlands
In many reports, it has been predicted that the loss of the Cheyenne Bottoms as a wetlands area would have an adverse effect on a great deal of the North American migratory shore bird...

Management and Research of Desert Tortoises for the Yucca Mountain Project
A program has been developed for the Yucca Mountain Project (YMP) to manage and study the desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizi), a threatened species that occurs at low densities at Yucca...

Current Status of Wetland Protection and Management in Tennessee
In order to save the remaining wetland resources and to manage these wetlands to the benefit of all, the State of Tennessee currently is in the process of formulating a comprehensive state...

The Grounding of Shipping Containers in the British Virgin Islands

Aerial Photographic Analysis of Boat Traffic Distributions in Cumberland Sound, Georgia

Community Description and Monitoring of Cumberland Island Jetty at Kings Bay—St. Marys River Entrance, Georgia

Alaska Coastal Wetlands Survey

Sediment Diversion as a Form of Wetland Creation in the Mississippi Delta

Managing Louisiana Marshes—An Experimental Approach

Restoring Prospect Island Wetlands: A Proposal for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta of California

Ecotourism—Examples from United States Coastal Management Programs and Marine and Estuarine Parks
This paper presents examples of coastal management experiences with ecotourism. Several states, including Massachussetts, New Jersey, Oregon, and California, are highlighted....

Studies on Meiofauna on Rio de Janeiro Coast, Brazil
This work presents a preliminary survey of the meiofauna groups and the distribution, abundance and temporal changes of the community at Praia Vermelha (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), in July...

Global Climate Change: USFWS Coastal Research
Scenarios of global climate change are still ambiguous; however, increasing sea level and atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations seem certain,...

An Outstanding Marine Area in the Saint Lawrence Estuary
On April 6, 1990, the federal and Quebec governments signed an historic agreement for the establishment of a marine park at the confluence of the Saguenay fjord and the Saint Lawrence...

 

 

 

 

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