3 edition of Terrestrial wildlife inventory in selected coal areas found in the catalog.
by Ecological Services Division, Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife and Parks in [Montana]
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Peter R. Martin, Kristi DuBois, Heidi B. Youmans ; sponsored by Bureau of Land Management.|
|Contributions||DuBois, Kristi., Youmans, Heidi B. 1953-, United States. Bureau of Land Management., Montana. Ecological Services Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
FISH AND WILDLIFE GUIDELINES for inventory and survey areas should encompass an area large enough to include seasonal Coal surface mining and selected wildlife - a year case study near Decker, Montana. Pages in R. D. Comer et al. (eds.) Issues and technology in the management of impacted western. Why Coal and Nuclear Plants Kill Far More Birds than Wind Power 20 May Note: When a range of estimates has been given, the figure presents only data Risks to wildlife vary substantially by life cycle stage. mining (e.g. of coal), oil spills and pollution, the .
BLM Technical Notes. Terrestrial Wildlife Inventories: Some Methods and Concepts Call 09/ BLM Technical Note Data Processing Programs for Remote Terminal Use for the Extensive Forest Inventory of Natural Resource Lands Horak Selected References on Coal. Terrestrial Ecological Unit Inventory (TEUI) endeavors to classify and map ecosystems based on environmental factors, including climate, landform, geology, vegetation, and soils. These inventories provide resource specialists with baseline information and serve as a core data layer in project planning, watershed analysis, and forest plan Size: 1MB.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Mountain-top removal is a type of surface coal mining that involves blasting apart and removing overlying rock material to expose coal seams below that run horizontally through the mountains. All forms of coal mining can generate large volumes of unwanted rock or excess spoil, which is then placed in nearby valleys, burying streams and wildlife.
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YACTO- p. health of their land. This book was assembled in response to those landowners who wanted to know how best to inventory and monitor wildlife on their lands, with the ultimate goal of being the best possible stewards of their land. To produce this publication, we did three things: 1) asked natural resources agency and conservation organizationFile Size: KB.
A Technical Guide for Monitoring Wildlife Habitat iii Acknowledgments The technical editors and authors thank the following U.S. Department of Agri-culture, Forest Service employees for providing technical expertise and consultation on one or more chapters: Jim Cited by: 7.
Through out the United States, invasive plant species are increasing in number and in frequency. Invasive species are widespread and extremely damaging to native ecosystems. Many national, state and local organizations are initiating surveys to locate and inventory areas of infestation.
impacts related to terrestrial vegetation and wildlife present or in close proximity to the proposed project. Terrestrial wildlife refers to animals that predominantly live on land.
For this Draft EIS, terrestrial wildlife is considered to include shorebirds, marine birds, and other waterfowl that use have generated countywide maps of areas. Terrestrial Wildlife Report Light Restoration Project 4 Resource Rationale for Dismissing from Further Analysis Ruffed Grouse (MIS) The ruffed grouse is the management indicator species of File Size: KB.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. We developed an assessment model to quantify the wildlife habitat value of New England salt marshes based on marsh characteristics and the presence of habitat types that influence habitat use by terrestrial wildlife.
Applying the model to12 salt marshes located in Narragansett Bay, RI resulted in assessment scores that ranged over a factor of from lowest to highest. CHUITNA COAL PROJECT: SUMMARY AND REVIEW OF PREVIOUS BASELINE STUDIES FOR TERRESTRIAL WILDLIFE AND MARINE BIRDS Prepared For Mine Engineers, Inc.
South Industrial Road Cheyenne, WY and DRven Corporation H Street, Suite Anchorage, AK on behalf of Pac Rim Coal LP By ABR, Inc.—Environmental Research & Services P.O. Box. in the forest canopy are important to wildlife diversity, most native Appalachian wildlife species require primarily forested habitats (Wickham and others ).
This Forest Reclamation Advisory provides guidance on reforestation practices to provide high-quality Author: Petra Wood, Jeff Larkin, Jeremy Mizel, Carl Zipper, Patrick Angel. Terrestrial Wildlife Analysis Report 3 The terrestrial wildlife analysis area for the Clarks Fork Project is defined as the project planning area.
This area is approximat acres and is located within and includes Federally managed lands in the following subwatersheds within. Report Series N-Terrestrial Wildlife and Habitats • Avoid landing within km ( mi) of wildlife locations or key habitats [shown on the attached map]. This avoidance may require working at another site or coming back later.
• Leave nesting areas when disturbance is obvious. If raptors are disturbed, quickly move away from the site. Surface mining is widespread throughout the Appalachian coalfield, a region with extensive forests that are rich in wildlife.
Game species for hunting, non-game wildlife species, and other organisms are important contributors to sustainable and productive ecosystems. Although small breaks in the forest canopy are important to wildlife diversity, most native Appalachian wildlife species require Cited by: 1.
TERRESTRIAL wILDLIFE AND wILDLIFE SPECIES INTRODUCTION the planning area, and these areas will gain in value as a wildlife resource as the population of southwestern Colorado continues to grow (and continues to convert private lands to other uses).File Size: KB.
Preliminary Remediation Goals for Terrestrial Wildlife The population area use factor (PAUF) is the ratio of the contaminated site area to the assessment population boundary. habitat for native forest wildlife on Appalachian coal mines.
Mined lands reclaimed using conventional methods -- smooth-grading mine spoil and seeding fast-growing groundcovers -- are used by a few wildlife species and can increase species diversity. But expansive areas of these lands have little habitat value in Appalachia, where most nativeCited by: 1.Cooper’s Hawk.
GIS imagery is merged with wildlife species’ habitat needs to construct maps of landscape quality (A). These are linked with basic life history data to identify sink and source areas (B), and with movement data to estimate population density (C).
Areas shown in white have a habitat quality.A fourth major federal program report related to the extent and status of aquatic and related terrestrial ecosystems is the Summary Report of the National Resources Inventory (Revised December ) (USDA, ).
The NRI is conducted every five years by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in.