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Wintering Waterbirds Oiled Observations

DataSet on Waterbird from North America

Data collection for Deepwater Horizon Bird Study #12 occurred in the Spring of 2011. Data were collected primarily by BioDiversity Research Institute (BRI) and R.G. Ford Consulting Company (RGFCC) personnel on behalf of the natural resources trustees as part of the NRDA pre-assessment efforts.

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NCCOS Assessment: Groundfish biodiversity hotspots off the Pacific Coast of Oregon from 1971-09-05 to 2010-09-20 (NCEI Accession 0156467)

DataSet on Groundfish from North America

This data set comprises maps of predicted long-term groundfish biodiversity hotspot probabilities off the Pacific Coast of Oregon. Predicted hotspot probabilities are given for four biodiversity indices: 1) relative abundance, 2) relative biomass, and 3) species number for all groundfishes, and 4) relative abundance for only nearshore groundfishes.

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Biodiversity Maps of Fishes in California

DataSet on Fish from North America

There are estimated to be 120 native and non-native fish species that occur in California. The following list of fish species and their reported distributional ranges in California were compiled by Dr. Peter Moyle and his graduate student Paul Randall of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Biology at UC Davis for the Nature Conservancy as part of their Hexagon Project.

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Biodiversity Maps of Fishes in California

DataSet on Fish from North America

There are estimated to be 120 native and non-native fish species that occur in California. The following list of fish species and their reported distributional ranges in California were compiled by Dr. Peter Moyle and his graduate student Paul Randall of the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Biology at UC Davis for the Nature Conservancy as part of their Hexagon Project.

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Deforestation and habitat fragmentation: ecological consequences on the mammal fauna of the seasonal rain forest

DataSet on Mammals from North America

Deforestation and habitat fragmentation are considered among the main causes of biodiversity loss. Different events guide deforestation and fragmentation resulting in different patterns in the landscape.

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