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Loons on Lake
December 31, 2012

Loons on Lake

Loons on Lake

Northern waterthrush
December 31, 2012

Northern waterthrush

Northern waterthrush

December 31, 2011

Unraveling Mysteries of the Common Loon

This podcast provides insight in to the life of the common loon as captured by research scientists with USGS using modern technologies. Scientists used satellite telemetry and archival geolocator tag technologies to gain critical information on migratory movements of breeding loons in the Upper Midwest to guide conservation planning. Critical pieces of the puzzle included

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Black River, Wisconsin
December 31, 2010

Black River, Wisconsin

Black River, Wisconsin

Lock and Dam 7 Panorama
December 31, 2010

Lock and Dam 7 Panorama

Lock and Dam 7 Panorama

Found Lake Loons, Gavia immer
December 31, 2010

Found Lake Loons, Gavia immer

Found Lake Loons, Gavia immer

Blue-winged Warbler, Vermivora pinus
December 31, 2009

Blue-winged Warbler, Vermivora pinus

Blue-winged Warbler, Vermivora pinus

three neotropical birds (Left to right: Magnolia warbler, Wilson's warbler, Canada warbler - all males) that were cought in mist
December 31, 2009

three neotropical birds

Three neotropical birds (Left to right: Magnolia warbler, Wilson's warbler, Canada warbler - all males) that were cought in mist net for banding

video thumbnail: Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center Open House 2009 and 50th Anniversary
September 11, 2009

Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center Open House 2009 and 50th Anniversary

Highlights of UMESC's open house September 2009. Commentary from the Center Director, Outreach Coordinator and Center Scientists.

USGS scientist Brent Knights conducting fish sampling on the Upper Mississippi River.
July 10, 2008

Fish sampling

USGS scientist Brent Knights conducting fish sampling on the Upper Mississippi River. Biological production represents the total amount of living material (biomass) that was produced during a defined period of time. This production is important because some of it is used for food and some is valued for recreation, it is a direct measure of total ecosystem processes, and it

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