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Date published: March 12, 2020

Map showing yearly distribution (2007-2019) of Tamarisk Beetle (Diorhabda spp.).

Figure 4. Yearly Distribution (2007-2019) of Tamarisk Beetle (Diorhabda spp.). Annual tamarisk beetle distribution map. Provided by RiversEdge West. 2020. Used with permission from Ben Bloodgood, Program Coordinator.

Date published: August 8, 2016

Map showing changes in predicted flycatcher habitat along the upper Gila River after conducting a tamarisk leaf beetle-impact simulation

Figure 6. Map showing changes in predicted flycatcher habitat along the upper Gila River after conducting a tamarisk leaf beetle-impact simulation. The upper Gila River was divided into nine zones in order to quantify changes. A satellite model was used to predict flycatcher habitat at a 40-percent probability threshold.

Date published: August 8, 2016

Map showing changes in predicted flycatcher habitat along the lower Virgin River, Nevada and Arizona, 2010–2015, as determined from a satellite model at a 40-percent probability threshold

Figure 5. Map showing changes in predicted flycatcher habitat along the lower Virgin River, Nevada and Arizona, 2010–2015, as determined from a satellite model at a 40-percent probability threshold.

Date published: August 8, 2016

Map showing relative changes in predicted flycatcher habitat, as determined from a satellite model at a 40-percent probability threshold

Map showing relative changes in predicted flycatcher habitat, as determined from a satellite model at a 40-percent probability threshold, Southwestern United States, 2013–15.

Date published: August 8, 2016

Map showing area of predicted flycatcher breeding habitat (averaged across 2013–15) at all elevations in 6,521 U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute quadrangles, Southwestern United States

Map showing area of predicted flycatcher breeding habitat (averaged across 2013–15) at all elevations in 6,521 U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute quadrangles, Southwestern United States. Only areas within a prescribed distance of streams and greater than stream-order 3, or within 1 kilometer of a lake or reservoir, were included in this analysis.

Date published: August 8, 2016

Maps showing location of the project area and the 35 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southwestern Willow Flycatcher management unit boundaries

Figure 1. Maps showing location of the project area and the 35 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southwestern Willow Flycatcher management unit boundaries, designated critical-habitat reaches, and waterbodies considered by the satellite model for regionwide modeling, Southwestern United States.