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Mollusks; Rivers and streams;
Freshwater mussel in the genus Lampsilis
Eastern elliptio - A freshwater mussel pulled from the Potomac River.
Rivers and streams; Mollusks;
Close-up of a freshwater mussel.
Mollusks; Rivers and streams; Snorkeling;
Nathaniel P. Hitt displays freshwater mussels he retrieved from the Potomac River near Shepherd's Island, MD.
Videographer obtains underwater footage.
Rivers and streams; Snorkeling; Underwater photography; Videography; Employees (USFWS);
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Videographer Ryan Hagerty uses specially designed equipment to obtain underwater footage of the Potomac River near Shepherd's Island.
Brook Floater and Northern Lance
Mollusks; Rivers and streams; Species of concern;
These two native specimens were pulled from the Potomac River during a survey near Shepherd's Island, MD. Of the two, the mollusk on the left - a Brook Floater, is considered a "species of concern".
Survey of the Potomac River bottom
Rivers and streams; Snorkeling; Surveying;
Tanner Haid examines records survey information collected from the Potomac River near Shepherd's Island in MD.
Shifting impediments to decision making: An SDM case study on strategic Conservation of Freshwater Mussels
Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change - NWF/NCTC Webinar Series. Presented by David R. Smith, Aquatic Ecology Lab, U.S. Geological Survey Leetown Science Center. May 22, 2012.
Can remaining fishless lakes maintain native amphibians in the northern Rocky Mountains?
Videography;restoration;Native Species;fish management;aquatic animals;fishes;alpine environments;amphibians;
Native Aquatic Species Restoration Webinar Series. Presented by David Pilliod and Robert Arkle, U.S. Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Boise, Idaho. October 2010.
Conserving Wildlife in Mountain Ecosystems: Importance of a Broad-scale Perspective
Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change - NWF/NCTC Webinar Series. Presented by Dr. Erik Beever, Research Ecologist at the U.S. Geological Survey Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center. May 16, 2012.
Scanning the Conservation Horizon - A Guide to Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment
Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change - NWF/NCTC Webinar Series. Presented by: Dr. Bruce Stein (NWF). January 2011
Application of Adaptive Management
Structured Decision Making Webinar Series - Presented by Ken Williams, Chief, Cooperative Research Units, U.S. Geological Survey. July 23, 2102.
Structured Decision Making and the Glen Canyon Dam
Structured Decision Making Series - Presented by Michael C. Runge, Research Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey. March 13, 2012.
Science-Based Management in Practice: an Example with Native Prairies
Structured Decision Making Series - Presented by Jill Gannon, Ph.D., Ecologist, Northern Prarie Wildlife Research Center, United States Geological Survey, January 24, 2012.
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