Illinois Natural History Survey Technical Reports
INHS Technical Reports are authored by INHS scientists for the purpose of documenting the status, stewardship, conservation, and restoration of Illinois’ biotic resources. The reports are used by INHS, the Department of Natural Resources, and various granting agencies to assess needs and formulate policy. Reports may originate from any of the INHS centers and field stations.
Research and Analysis of Fisheries in Illinois Final Performance Report 1 July 2019 – 30 June 2020 (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2020-08)Project F-69-R has four overall goals: (1) conduct a variety of surveys and investigations that elucidate patterns of variation in sport fish populations and the mechanisms that drive those patterns, (2) evaluation ...
(Illinois Natural History Survey, 2020-09-15)To better understand the response of wild turkeys to forest management activities and black flies, the objectives of Segment 6 of the Wild Turkey Responses to Forest Management research project were to: 1) Continue ...
(Illinois Natural History Survey, 2020-02-08)At the Lake County Forest Preserve sites, located in northeastern Illinois, relatively small (e.g. < 10 acre) units within various forest community types (e.g. northern flatwoods, mesic forests, dry mesic oak woodlands) ...
Final Report for W-162-R-9: The Forests and Woodlands Campaign of the Illinois Wildlife Action Plan - Segment 9 (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2019-11-27)To better understand the response of wildlife populations to forest management activities under the wildlife action plan, Segment 9 of the Forest Campaign was devised to meet the following objectives (1 September 2018 ...
Condition of Natural Resources Conservation Service Wetland Easements in Illinois Annual Progress Report Period: 31 August 2019 – 30 September 2020 (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2020-09-30)During the 2019 fiscal year (1 October 2019 – 30 September 2020), the Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS) conducted wetland monitoring and wetland quality evaluations for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) ...