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Status report for the National Wetlands Inventory Program: 2009
Status and trends of wetlands in the conterminous United States 2004 to 2009
Status and trends of wetlands in the conterminous United States 1998-2004
Monitoring; Research; Statistics; Wetlands;
This is a report on wetlands growth in the conterminous United States between 1998-2004. It offers information on growth only; wetland quality is not explored in this report.
Mangrove community boundary interpretation and detection of areal changes on Marco Island, Florida: application of digital image processing and remote sensing techniques
Interpretation; Policies; Wetlands; Coastal zone management; Coastal environments; Remote sensing; Scientific personnel (USFWS);
Mangrove communities of coastal south Florida provide multiple benefits to both terrestrial and estuarine ecosystems. Export of mangrove leaf material into estuarine ecosystems forms the basis of the marine food web. Mangroves have become prime...
Jarvis Island National Wildlife Refuge Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Assessment
Document;Wildlife refuges; Planning
The Hackensack River Watershed, New Jersey/New York: Wetland characterization, preliminary assessment of wetland functions, and remotely-sensed assessment of natural habitat integrity
Predicting wetland functions at the landscape level for coastal Georgia using NWIPLUS data
Strategic habitat conservation: a report from the National Ecological Assessment Team
Ecosystem recovery; Habitat conservation;
This is a report describing strategic habitat conservation (SHC) approach to natural resource management in the United States.
Jim Wortham oral history transcript
History; Biography; Personnel; Aviation; Surveying; Migratory birds;
Jim Wortham oral history narrative. Note that Mr. Wortham was still employed with the Fish and Wildlife Service.
Correlating enhanced national wetlands inventory data with wetland functions for wathershed assessments: a rationale for northeastern U.S. wetlands
Status and trends of wetlands in the coastal watersheds of the eastern United States 1998 to 2004
This is a report on the status and trends of wetlands in the coastal watershed of the eastern United States. It focuses largely on wetland growth.
Watershed-based wetland characterization for Delaware’s Nanticoke River Watershed: A preliminary assessment report
National wetlands inventory: A strategy for the 21st century
Wetland characterization and preliminary assessment of wetland functions for the Delaware and Catskill watersheds of the New York City water supply system
Wetland status and trends for the Hackensack Meadowlands
Geographically isolated wetlands a preliminary assessment of their characteristics and status in selected areas of the United States
Historical analysis of wetlands and their functions for the Nanticoke River Watershed: A comparison between pre-settlement and 1998 conditions
Wetlands of the Northeast: Results of the National Wetlands Inventory
South Carolina's wetlands status and trends, 1982 - 1989
Assessing cumulative loss of wetland functions in the Nanticoke River Watershed uing enhanced national wetlands inventory data
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