4 edition of Biological science in the Great Basin found in the catalog.
Biological science in the Great Basin
2005 by USGS Biological Resources Discipline, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center in Seattle, WA, [Corvallis, OR .
Written in English
|Series||Fact sheet -- 2005-3004, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 2005-3004|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.). Biological Resources Division, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Biological Science in the Great Basin Biological Science Capabilities • Aquatic and riparian ecology • Migratory birds The Great Basin is an expanse of desert and high moun-tains situated between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada of the western United States.
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This book is indispensable for anyone with a serious interest in the Great Basin, or indeed in the environmental and human prehistory of North America. A work of deeply impressive scholarship, The Great Basin: A Natural Prehistory synthesizes a staggering wealth of information about the geology, paleontology, natural history, and anthropology Cited by: Covering a large swath of the American West, the Great Basin, centered in Nevada and including parts of California, Utah, and Oregon, is named for the unusual fact that none of its rivers or streams flow into the sea.
This fascinating illustrated journey through deep time is the definitive environmental and human history of this beautiful and little traveled region, home to Death Valley, the. This book is about the Trees of the Great Basin: A Natural History.
This volume was immediately highly acclaimed for its authoritative popularity-written text, its fourty color plates, its original sketches by Christine Rasmuss.
In it received an award for merit at the Western book Exhibition of Rounce & Coffin Club of Los by: Great Basin Wildflowers is the ultimate guide to the diverse plants and fascinating ecosystems of this vast sink of the American West.
The Great Basin, an isolated area bounded by the Sierra Nevada Range, the Wasatch Range, the Mojave Desert, and the Snake River Plain, boasts more than 2, species of wildflowers, providing spectacular mosaics Reviews: Each chapter features an individual species’ biology, ecology, seed technology, and use in restoration.
This book is funded primarily by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) with additional support from the US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station and the Great Basin Fire Science Exchange. Project flyer to share. Chambers, J.C., ed. Great Basin Factsheet Series - Information and tools to restore and conserve Great Basin ecosystems.
Great Basin Fire Science Exchange. Reno, Nevada. 79 p. Acknowledgments. Great Basin Factsheets were developed and produced collaboratively by the Great Basin Fire Science.
Exchange, funded by the Joint Fire. The book is accessible, without sacrificing depth and biological treatment, and is accompanied by beautiful and illustrative photographs, taken by Biological science in the Great Basin book author. This is the type of book you read carefully, and with appreciation, For one interested in the natural history of the Great Basin, this was a thorough, deft, and fascinating read/5(5).
A landmark work of science, history and reporting on the past, present and imperiled future of the Great Lakes. The Great Lakes―Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario and Superior―hold 20 percent of the world’s supply of surface fresh water and provide sustenance, work Reviews: Great Basin Riparian Ecosystems: Ecology, Management, and Restoration (The Science and Practice of Ecological Restoration Series Book 4) - Kindle edition by Chambers, Jeanne C., Miller, Jerry R., MacMahon, James A.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Great Basin Riparian Manufacturer: Island Press.
Biological surveys – new perspectives in the Pacific Allen Allison* Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA Received 20 August Accepted 16 December Abstract Biological surveys have provided a wealth of data to advance the understanding, use and management of natural resources and were important in the establishment and development of museums of natural history.
Natural History of the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin provides an up-to-date summary of the region's geology, climates, and biology, including Biological science in the Great Basin book treatments of the area's insects, fish, and reptiles. Also discussed are the ecology and distribution of prehistoric human cultures in the region; how modern humans have used (and abused.
Biological invasions are gaining attention as a major threat to biodiversity and an important element of global change. Recent research indicates that other components of global change, such as increases in nitrogen deposition and atmospheric CO 2 concentration, favor groups of species that share certain physiological or life history traits.
New evidence suggests that many invasive. (shelved 1 time as great-basin) avg rating — 4, ratings — published The term "Great Basin" is applied to hydrographic,   biological,  floristic,  physiographic,  topographic,  and ethnographic geographic areas.
 The name was originally coined by John C. Frémont who, with information gleaned from Joseph R. Walker as well as his own travels, recognized the hydrographic nature of the landform as "having no connection to the ocean". Cornell University Biological Field Station mourns the loss of a valued staff member and friend Gabriella, in front, sampling benthic invertebrates on the Great Lakes from the R/V Lake Guardian with Susan Daniel and Toby Holda.
With great sadness, we announce the passing of one of our research technician's, Gabriella Doud. This book is the most comprehensive ever published on the diverse bird life of the Great Basin. In a concise and readable style, Fred Ryser discusses the history, physiology, behavior, ecology, and distribution of nearly four hundred species, including information on navigation, flight, territorial behavior, courtship, nesting, hunting, and migration.
Having an understanding of biology can lead to a rewarding career in a number of fields including agronomy, biochemistry, conservation, forestry, marine biology, or zoology. CWU offers a BA and a BS in biology with specializations in biomedical science, ecology and evolutionary biology, and molecular and cell biology.
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The book has 3 sections (and 17 chapters): the first is an introduction to the Great Basin region and geology in general, the second is the historical geology of the region (PreCambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic), and the third examines the modern economic and cultural significance of the region/5(2).
The Great Basin forms the widest segment of the vast Basin and Range taphrogen, which extends for > km from the Pacific Northwest to central Mexico. From the Colorado Plateau on the east to the Sierra Nevada on the west, and from the Snake River Plain on the north to the Garlock fault and the Mojave block on the south, the Great Basin.
The author of the book Threatened and Endangered Plants of Nevada and dozens of journal articles, Mozingo holds graduate degrees from Columbia University and has researched the botany of the Great Basin for over twenty-five years. The first section includes a general description of both the Great Basin and northern Colorado Plateau.
The ecology section covers woodland and species life histories, biology, and ecology and includes a detailed discussion of climate and the potential consequences of climate change specific to the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau.
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Many fossil-bearing sites of this age have been reported from the region, and hundreds of other Great Basin localities have provided isolated bones and teeth of extinct Pleistocene mammals.
Wildfires in the Great Basin are a subject of debate again as approximately million Federal and non-Federal acres in the Great Basin burned during the fire season. Over the last 17 years, nearly million Federal and non-Federal acres have burned in the Great Basin.
Interpret Great Basin National Park's 77, acres, which encompass some of the best representative features of the Great Basin region. Over species of flora and fauna attest to its biological diversity. Ancient bristlecone pines, one of the world's oldest living things, survive in excess of 4, years.
The Southwest Biological Science Center (SBSC) conducts quality, objective research on the lands and aquatic systems of the Southwest. This research can assist those who manage, conserve, and rehabilitate the arid regions of the nation.
Click on SCIENCE in the sidebar to the left to explore SBSC science in more detail. Sanjay Pyare is the co-founder of the Great Basin Institute. While building the organization, Sanjay completed his doctorate in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology () at the University of Nevada, Reno, dissertating on the interrelationships among northern flying squirrels, ectomycorrhizal fungi, and conifers in old-growth.
Great Basin riparian areas: ecology, management, and restoration. [Jeanne C Chambers; Jerry R Miller; James A MacMahon; Society for Ecological Restoration International.;] 3 Flow-Biological science(e-book,print book, thesis) ( items) by nkesavan updated. Shop Great Basin College Apparel, Textbooks, Merchandise and Gifts at the The Big Horns Bookstore.
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Our approach was to identify metrics of the bird community using relatively simple sampling methods that reflect the degree of. MYSTERY WIRE -- Great Basin National Park in Nevada is on a road less traveled by humans.
It’s a place where the deer and the antelope play. But also a place where some uninvited guests have made their home.
Wild turkeys now call the Great Basin home. But they are not supposed to. This book provides an analysis of the ecological conditions and ecosystem goods and services of the Zambezi River Basin (ZRB), the fourth largest river in Africa.
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