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View Resource Biological Soil Crusts: Webs of Life in the Desert

Desert soil is actually a crust of living things that help control erosion, retain precious water, and contribute organic matter and nutrients to keep the soil alive. Because the crust is very thin,...
View Resource Ospreys in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest (Revised 2005)

Fascinating details about these birds of prey include nesting, fishing prowess, and population recovery from declines due to contaminants. Ospreys are excellent indicators of healthy environments and...
View Resource Data from the 2006 International Piping Plover Census

This report presents the results of the 2006 International Census of Piping Plovers (Charadrius melodus). Two sets of tabular data are reported: one for distribution and abundance of wintering Piping...
View Resource Floods of Selected Streams in Arkansas, Spring 2008

Floods can cause loss of life and extensive destruction to property. Monitoring floods and understanding the reasons for their occurrence are the responsibility of many Federal agencies. The National...
View Resource Molecular Population Genetic Structure in the Piping Plover

The Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) is a migratory shorebird currently listed as Endangered in Canada and the U.S. Great Lakes, and threatened throughout the remainder of its U.S. breeding and...
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