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View Resource Amphibians of Olympic National Park

This overview of frogs and salamanders found in Olympic National Park features common as well as rare and unusual species, their habitats, and how they avoid predators. Worldwide declines in...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs-098-00.pdf
View Resource Invasive Species Plant Summaries

The Nature Conservancy's invasive plant species summaries can be downloaded here, including "Element Stewardship Abstracts" (or ESAs), which are particularly large, researched, and inclusive...

http://www.imapinvasives.org/GIST/ESA/index.html
View Resource BRIDGE: An Ocean of Free Teacher-approved Marine Education Resources

Lesson plans, data activities, research and communications network, professional development, news and publications.

http://web.vims.edu/bridge/
View Resource Floods and Floodplains

Papers and press releases on work to protect people and river health.

http://www.americanrivers.org/our-work/restoring-rivers/floo...
View Resource Habitat Fragmentation by Land-Use Change: One-Horned Rhinoceros in Nepal and Red-Cockaded Woodpecker in Texas

This research focuses on the spatial analysis of the habitat of two vulnerable species, the one-horn rhinoceros in the grasslands of southern Nepal, and the red-cockaded woodpecker in the Piney woods...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc33207/
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