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Greater Blue Earth River Basin sediment budget shapefiles

Bevis, Martin A; Gran, Karen B (2017-01-21)
These are the extents of landforms used in the construction of suspended sediment budgets for the LeSueur, Blue Earth and Watonwan Rivers. The extents of bluffs, ravines, lakes, and subwatersheds in 2010 are included, as ...

Results of Deer Creek, Carlton County, Minnesota, Groundwater Seepage Investigation

Mooers, Howard D; Wattrus, Nigel J
Deer Creek is a small perennial stream located in Carlton County and is tributary to the Nemadji River. In the early 1990’s beaver constructed a large dam on private property in Sec. 19, T. 47 N., R.16 W. located on the ...

Assessment of Techniques for Evaluating American Woodcock Population Response to Best Management Practices Applied at the Demonstration-Area Scale1

Daly, Kyle, O.; Anderson, David, E.; Brininger Jr, Wayne, L. (2012)
American woodcock (Scolopax minor) have experienced significant long-term declines in the Eastern and Central Management Regions since Singing-ground Surveys (SGS) were first implemented in the mid-1960s. Declines in ...

Resource Use of Arctic Peregrine Falcons along the Colville River, Alaska1

Anderson, David, E.; Kennedy, Patricia, L.; Bruggeman, Jason, E. (2012)
To improve knowledge about the ecology, life history, and behavior of arctic peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus tundrius) on the Colville River Special Area (CRSA), we propose to (1) summarize and evaluate existing CRSA ...

Resource Use of Arctic Peregrine Falcons along the Colville River, Alaska

Bruggeman, Jason, E.; Anderson, David, E.; Kennedy, Patricia, L. (2014-02-13)
To improve knowledge about the ecology, life history, and behavior of arctic peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus tundrius) on the Colville River Special Area (CRSA), we proposed to (1) summarize and evaluate existing ...

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