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View Resource Endangered Species Act of 1973

Library Holdings. The Endangered Species Act (ESA) provides a program for the conservation of threatened and endangered plants and animals and the habitats in which they are found. The U.S. Fish...
View Resource Islands on the Edge: Housing Development and Other Threats to America's Pacific and Caribbean Island Forests (2014)

This report provides an overview of expected housing density changes and related impacts to private forests on America's islands in the Pacific and Carribbean, specifically Hawaii, Guam, American...
View Resource Evolution: Student Guide

Resources for high school biology students on evolution. Library includes videos, case studies, lessons, and activities for projects and independent study.
View Resource Threats to At-Risk Species in America's Private Forests: A Forests on the Edge Report

America's private forests harbor thousands of species - from butterflies, bears, birds and bats; to salmon, snails and salamanders that inhabit streams and wetlands; to flowers, trees and shrubs that...
View Resource Remote Sensing Tutorial

This set of pages is a guide to the theory of remote sensing technologies, especially as it is applied to natural area management. It starts with a definition of remote sensing and a review of its...
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