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View Resource Vegetation Classification and Mapping of New River Gorge National River , West Virginia

Technical Report NPS/NER/NRTR-2007/092. National Park Service. Philadelphia , PA. A vegetation classification and map were developed by the West Virginia Natural Heritage Program for New River...
View Resource Classification and Conservation Assessment of High Elevation Wetland Communities in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia

Wetland communities above 730 meters (2400 feet) elevation in the Allegheny Mountain region of West Virginia are characterized by exceptionally high biodiversity and conservation value. A new...
View Resource Gulf of Maine Council/NOAA Habitat Restoration Partnership Final Report: Saltmarsh Restoration Monitoring Near Pemaquid Beach , New Harbor, Maine

The Pemaquid Salt Marsh is a 6-acre back-barrier marsh located behind Pemaquid Beach in Bristol , Maine . Prior to 2005, the marsh had limited saltwater input due to roadway culverts that restricted...
View Resource Smart Watershed Benchmarking Tool

The Center for Watershed Protection has released a new tool on CD available in PDF and workbook (CD) versions. Using lessons learned from around the country, this self-assessment tool helps local...
View Resource Modeling of Watershed Systems (MOWS)

Modeling of watershed response to normal and extreme climatic conditions or to changes in the physical conditions of a watershed requires the simulation of a variety of complex hydrologic processes...
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