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effects of natural and anthropogenic change on habitat use and movement of endangered salt marsh harvest mice. "effects of natural and anthropogenic change on habitat use and movement of endangered salt marsh harvest mice.", by Smith KR, Barthman-Thompson L, Gould WR, Mabry KE. pone-0108739-g001: Maps of study location and areas.(a) The south-west coast of the United States with the location of the Suisun Marsh indicated by the boxed area. (b) The Suisun Marsh with 3 study blocks indicated...

Maryland's Blackwater Marsh Wildlife Refuge is all those points and more. And maybe totally underwater by the end of this century. A team of ecologists and climate experts is figured out to preserve and locate movement hallways for the essential marsh ecosystem. At the edge of southern Louisiana sits Port Fourchon, the center whereby 20 percent of our nation's oil and gas supplies are distributed to the remainder of the nation. The only roadway leading to and from this major port is the Louisiana-1 Highway. A drive down the LA-1 with a susceptible but dynamic coastal landscape reveals what is at risk if America's longest primary street' stops working to remain above water. Murry joined the park service when Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park was developed in 1998, following 20 years of looking after the estate's landscape and gardens throughout the era of private Rockefeller-era possession. From a young age, Murray understood he wished to work outside in the dirt. Moving to Pomfret, Vermont ashore farmed by his father-in-law, Murray says he just felt this was the place for him. Via his organization with Skyline Landscaping, Murray participated in placing in some of the first structure growings on the Mansion premises back in 1978 and at some point was asked to care and produce for what ended up being the Rockefeller's cutting yard. We tested several existing capturing methods and modified 2 of them based on Northern Harrier ecology and habits throughout periods in a study population in California. 2 customized techniques were most efficient for capturing Northern Harriers: positioning two dho-gazas around the nest in a V-shape and purging the adult female into the nets throughout the breeding period, and making use of remote-triggered bow internet baited with waterbird carcasses in winter months. Dho-gazas at the nest worked well throughout the very early nestling-rearing stage, when nestlings were younger than 2 wk adult and old females were most attentive. Due to the fact that Northern Harriers are vulnerable to nest abandonment, this approach was not ideal during the incubation phase.

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