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Location of Pend Oreille River and tributaries as a spatial network of habitat patches and barriers
February 12, 2019

Figure 1 from Mims, et al. (2019)

Location (A, B) of Pend Oreille River and tributaries assessed in this study as a spatial network of habitat patches and barriers (C) for which reintroduction of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) (D) was simulated. Bull trout illustration by Joseph R. Tomelleri.

root nodules
January 2, 2019

Alder root nodules

Root nodules are a symbiotic relationship between a plant and nitrogen-fixing bacteria. A symbiotic relationship is one where both organisms benefit. Nitrogen-fixing bacteria change inorganic nitrogen from the air into ammonia, a form of nitrogen most organisms can use. They also use a process called rock dissolution to release other nutrients, such as calcium and

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bee approaching a flower
December 31, 2018

Male leafcutting bee (Megachile) approaching an Origanum

The alfalfa leafcutting bee (Megachile rotundata) is an introduced species common to Southwest Idaho. They originate from the old world, most likely from northeastern Africa or the Middle East. These bees are successful pollinators of various crops and have been imported to North America for use in agriculture and beekeeping.

USGS presentation title slide for GenEst, A Generalized Estimator of Mortality
December 21, 2018

Slide 1 26Nov2018 NWCC GenEst Workshop

Opening slide for the Intro to GenEst, A Generalized Estimator of Mortality, Workshop held at the National Wind Coordinating Collaborative's Wind Wildlife Research Meeting XII on November 26, 2018 in St. Paul Minnesota. https://www.nationalwind.org/meetings/wind-wildlife-research-meeting-

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Pacific fisher on a tree looking into a bait box
October 24, 2018

Pacific fisher trying to grab a chicken dinner from the bait box

USGS scientists are documenting the distribution of three mid-sized mammalian carnivores – or mesocarnivores –in the Klamath Network Parks using remote cameras and hair snares. Little is known about the status of Pacific fishers, Pacific martens, and Sierra Nevada red foxes living in the Klamath Network, which include Crater Lake National Park, Lassen Volcanic National

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graphic of N and S deposition and annual temp and precipitation from Horn, et al. (2018)
October 18, 2018

Figure 1, Horn, et al. (2018)

Gradients of N deposition, S deposition, mean annual temperature, and mean annual precipitation across the conterminous U.S. Panels are the a) mean total N deposition from 2000–2012, b) mean total S deposition from 2000–2012, c) mean annual temperature from 2000–2014, and d) mean annual precipitation form 2000–2014. Deposition data are from the TDEP product [23] and

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Array of photovoltaic cells and a wind energy facility
August 28, 2018

Array of photovoltaic cells and a wind energy facility

Photovoltaic, or solar, cells array at the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility in the Mojave Desert and a wind energy facility in the Northeastern United States.

screenshot of the Land Treatment Planning Tool planning map
August 14, 2018

Land Treatment Planning Tool planning map example

The Land Treatment Planning Tool provides a practical resource for managers who are planning restoration and rehabilitation actions on public lands. The Planning Tool is a user friendly, web-based interface to Geographic Information System (GIS) maps and tools, and requires little to no GIS experience to generate a variety of spatial products. This image is an example of

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Map highlighting sampling locations of 339 Northern Spotted Owls used in Miller, et al, 2018
August 2, 2018

Figure 1 from Miller, et al, 2018

Map highlighting sampling locations of 339 Northern Spotted Owls used in Miller, et al, 2018

USGS Scientist Chuck Henny Holds Osprey
May 30, 2018

USGS Scientist Chuck Henny Holds Osprey

USGS scientist Chuck Henny holds osprey

Willamette River near Corvallis, Oregon
February 8, 2018

Willamette River near Corvallis, Oregon

Willamette River near Corvallis, Oregon