Browse by Subject "habitat"
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Cooperative Upland Wildlife Research Project W-106-R-2 Annual Report 1 July 1990 through 30 June 1991 (Illinois Natural History Survey Center for Wildlife Ecology, 1991-08-01)
(2014-09-16)Spring migration is an understudied, but important time for waterfowl as conditions faced during this period may affect reproductive success. Therefore, increasing our understanding of waterfowl ecology during spring is ...
(2012-02-06)Urban and suburban development has expanded beyond the traditional core of major cities. Preservation of open spaces in metropolitan landscapes provides aesthetic and recreational values for humans. However, white-tailed ...
(2015-07-20)For the last four decades, red-headed woodpeckers (Melanerpes erythrocephalus) have experienced steep population declines across much of eastern North America. The most pronounced declines have been in the Midwestern U.S. ...
Investigating exudate- and habitat-mediated effects of phytoplankton on lake bacterial community dynamics (2010-01-06)Correlated patterns of abundance, activity, and composition are commonly observed between phytoplankton and bacterial communities. There are a number of potential explanations for correlated dynamics. Recent observations ...
(2013-08-22)Variation exists in multiple levels of organization, including between and within species, populations, and individuals. Fish are ideal organisms to explore questions related to the patterns of variation and the potential ...
Predicting suitable Asian carp habitat in the Illinois waterway using geographic information systems (INHS Division of Ecology and Conservation Sciences (DECS); INHS Section for Field Stations and Ecosystems Science (SFSES); SE, 2007-02-16)
(2011-01-14)Agricultural regions are under increasing pressure to provide more food for increasing populations while global biodiversity is at risk imperiling the future health of people, wildlife and native species. Integration of ...