Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS)

 

The mission of the Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS) is to investigate and document the biological resources of Illinois and other areas, and to acquire and provide natural history information that can be used to promote the common understanding, conservation, and management of these resources.

INHS is a division of the Prairie Research Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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  • Kim, Chang-Hyun; Stone, Chris (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2018-07-12)

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (2006)
    Cache River Watershed | INHS Research Assists Restoration Efforts in the Cache River Watershed | Warblers Provide Link Between Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology | Molecular Phylogeny of Cuerna Leafhoppers Suggest ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (2006)
    Tracking Movement of Mate-seeking WCR Males between Refuges and Transgenic Corn | Inventorying the Pyrenomycetes of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park | Illinois' Green Infrastructure | Illinois Natural History Survey ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (2006)
    Chicago Wilderness Celebrates 10 Years of Cooperative Conservation | Mallows in Illinois | Male-produced Aggregation Pheromone in Galerucella Beetles | Reference Stream Conditions in the Illinois Grand Prairie Natural ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (2006)
    24 Hours: The 2005 Busy Woods BioBlitz | Mapping Owned, Managed, or Leased Properties of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources | New INHS Space Facilities | Energy Impact of compact Development vs. Sprawl (Urban ...

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