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US Fish & Wildlife Service Endangered Species Lists
US Fish & Wildlife Service Endangered Species Lists
USDA - Managing Gambel Oak in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests
Gambel oak (Quercus gambelii) is a key deciduous species in southwestern ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) forests and is important for wildlife habitat, soil processes, and human values. This report (1) summarizes Gambel oak’s biological characteristics and importance in ponderosa pine forests, (2) synthesizes literature on changes in tree densities and fire frequencies since Euro-American settlement in pine-oak forests, (3) suggests management prescriptions for accomplishing various oak management objectives (for example, increasing diameter growth or acorn production), and (4) provides an appendix containing 203 Gambel oak literature citations organized by subject.
USDA/NRCS Publications by Plant Materials Center
USDA/NRCS Publications by Plant Materials Center
USDA/NRCS Riparian Restoration in the Southwest. (Focusing Your Planning on Crucial Factors Concerning Site Preparation, Landscape Goals, and Revegetation, Los Lunas Plant Materials Center)
USDA/NRCS Riparian Restoration in the Southwest. (Focusing Your Planning on Crucial Factors Concerning Site Preparation, Landscape Goals, and Revegetation, Los Lunas Plant Materials Center)
USDA/NRCS Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Guide Sheets (WHEGS)
USDA/NRCS Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Guide Sheets (WHEGS)
Water Policy Coordinator - closes 11/7/11
Natural Resource Specialist 4, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Water Quantity/Quality Section in Salem, OR
Watershed Resources for Kids and Teachers
Links to educational resources about watersheds, drought, plants, soil, water, wildlife and habitat. From "Managing Arid and Semi-Arid Watersheds" website, a project of the Arizona Watershed Program.
Western Governors' Association
Serving the governors of 19 states on a wide range of topics including Forest Health & Wildlife and Water Strategies
Western Water Threatened by Wildfire: It's not a Public Lands Use
All family-owned forests provide Americans with significant benefits, from the bare essentials like clean water, a home for wildlife and carbon storage, to everyday needs like wood for houses, furniture and paper, and good paying rural jobs. All forests also face similar threats: development pressures, catastrophic wildfires, invasive insects, disease and more. But because our forests across the U.S. are so diverse, these top threats vary, as do the forests benefits we depend on the most.
Wildlife Adaptation Strategy - Chapter 3 Climate Adaption Goals, Strategies and Actions
Seven goals to help fish, wildlife, plants, and ecosystems cope with the impacts of climate change were developed collectively by diverse teams of federal, state, and tribal technical and management experts, based on existing research and understanding regarding the needs of fish, wildlife, and plants in the face of climate change.
Wildlife Biologist position - Department of Environmental Quality - Sacaton, AZ
Closes - 8/15/16 The Wildlife Biologist will provide direction and support in the development and implementation of a wildlife program within DEQ. The position will become a resource for the community by which to address the wide variety of wildlife management issues the DEQ encounters through the Community. This position will allow the DEQ to proactively plan for and implement a wide variety of wildlife and habitat protection measures.
Wildlife Ecology Specialist
Full time position with Ecology Programs Division, Wildlife & Habitat Conservation Department; Taos Pueblo WarChief’s Office. This is an ongoing career-conditional appointment based upon performance and funding review cycles. As a key part of the Ecology Programs Division, the Wildlife and Habitat Conservation Department directs all habitat- and species-based inventory, site assessment, and restoration efforts to assure the ecological sustainability of all wildlife within their natural environment. The Wildlife Ecology Specialist will contribute to ongoing and developing wildlife programs, conduct health and population assessments for key wildlife species, as well as participate in biodiversity planning and management within the Ecology Programs Division.
Young Scientists Measure Wildfire Threat
Audio Postcard from KUNM's Anna Lande and YCC crew leaders at the Valle de Oro Wildlife Refuge. Aired July 8, 2016.
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