Browse Prairie Research Institute by Author "Post, Susan L."
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Biologically Significant Illinois Streams: An Evaluation of the Streams of Illinois Based on Aquatic Biodiversity Page, Lawrence M.; Cummings, Kevin S.; Mayer, Christine A.; Post, Susan L.; Retzer, Michael E. (INHS Center for Biodiversity, 1992)
Post, Susan L. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 2001-02)From its perch on a telephone wire strung over a busy interstate, a kestrel surveys its ever-shrinking domain. Gone are Brushy Grove, Twelve-mile Grove, and Jewel Grove, islands of trees in the vast prairie that was ...
Post, Susan L.; Thomas, David L. (College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; the Nature of Illinois Foundation; the Illinois Stewardship Advisory Committee., 1999)
Insects as Indicators of Habitat Quality, Ecological Integrity and Restoration Success in Illinois Prairies, Savannas and Woodlands Heads, Sam W.; Dana, Catherine E.; Jeffords, Michael R.; Post, Susan L.; Spencer, Joseph L. (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2017-12)The typical methods that ecologists use for assessing habitat quality involves calculating quality based on primarily floristic data. This is true of evaluation of habitats in Illinois – although new methods have become ...
Post, Susan L. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)The Mackinaw River originates in Ford County near Sibley and flows in a westerly direction before joining the Illinois River at River Mile 147.7, downstream of Pekin. The boundaries of the Mackinaw River Area Assessment ...
The Vermilion River Basin (In the Illinois River Watershed) : An Inventory of the Region's Resources Lundgren,Jonathan; Post, Susan L. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 2004-03)
Post, Susan L. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 2000)