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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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (1994-09)
    Effects of Edge Types on Indigo Burnings | Color Patterns as Camouflage in Fishes | Potato Leafhopper: Serious Migratory Pest | New Publications from the Survey | Survey Retirees | Goose Lake Prairie | Soy Oil and a new ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (1994-07)
    Biological Control of European Corn Borer | Zebra Mussels and Lake Michigan Snails | Survey Founder, Stephen A. Forbes | Radiotracking Relocated Raccoons | Soil Erosion on Illinois Cropland | Species Spotlight: Rabbitsfoot ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (1994-05)
    A Biological Control for Purple Loosestrife? | Guide for Wetland Restoration and Creation | Badgers Persevere | Savannahs and Bird Communities | More Walleye for Illinois Anglers | Species Spotlight: Deformities in ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (1994-03)
    Developing a Wetland Conservation Plan | Biological Control of Gypsy Moths | More Muskellunge for Anglers | Predicting Rootworm Injury to Corn | Lessons from the Prairie | Species Spotlight: Great White Trillium | The ...

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  • Illinois Natural History Survey (1994-01)
    Learning from the Flood of 1993 | Zebra Mussels in Rivers | Stoneflies of Illinois | More than Prairie Chickens | Aphids and Crop Disease

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