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NVC Vegetation Classification for Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge

DataSet on Moose from North America

James W. Sewall Company used its standard photointerpretation and ortho-mapping workflow and was assisted by NatureServe in crosswalking to NVC vegetation and wetlands mapping on approximately 115,926 acres across New England.

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Final Report Narrative to National Fish and Wildlife Fund: Climate, Wetlands and Waterbirds Interdisciplinary Project

DataSet on Waterbird from North America

To better understand and predict effects of climate change on wetlands, invertebrates and shorebirds, the ‘CEWISH’ group, composed of Cryohydrology, Invertebrate, Shorebird Food Use, and Shorebird/Population Modeling teams, collected field data at Barrow, Alaska, between May and September 2014-2015.

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Landscape Capability for American Black Duck, Breeding, Version 3.1, Northeast U.S.

DataSet on American Black Duck from North America

The American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) is a large dabbling duck that breeds in a variety of wetland types in northeastern North America and winters in wetlands along the Atlantic coast.

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Final Report Narrative to National Fish and Wildlife Fund: Climate, Wetlands and Waterbirds Interdisciplinary Project

DataSet on Waterbirds from North America

To better understand and predict effects of climate change on wetlands, invertebrates and shorebirds, the ‘CEWISH’ group, composed of Cryohydrology, Invertebrate, Shorebird Food Use, and Shorebird/Population Modeling teams, collected field data at Barrow, Alaska, between May and September 2014 and 2015.

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Final Report Narrative to National Fish and Wildlife Fund: Climate, Wetlands and Waterbirds Interdisciplinary Project

DataSet on Waterbirds from North America

To better understand and predict effects of climate change on wetlands, invertebrates and shorebirds, the ‘CEWISH’ group, composed of Cryohydrology, Invertebrate, Shorebird Food Use, and Shorebird/Population Modeling teams, collected field data at Barrow, Alaska, between May and September 2014–2015.

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