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Pyrodinium bahamense Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical euryhaline dinoflagellate found mainly in the Atlantic Ocean. P. bahamense is a major cause of seafood toxicity and cause of paralytic shellfish poisoning, especially in Southeast Asia.  symbol,vector,illustration,Eukaryota,Dinoflagellate,Dinophyceae,Gonyaulacales,harmful algae,toxic,dinoflagellate
Pyrodinium bahamenseVector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network42 views1 downloads (Details)Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical euryhaline dinoflagellate found mainly in the Atlantic Ocean. P. bahamense is a major cause of seafood toxicity and cause of paralytic shellfish poisoning, especially in Southeast Asia. Add to lightbox
Chloroscombrus chrysurus (Atlantic Bumper) The Atlantic Bumper is a game fish found from Massachusetts to Florida in the Western Atlantic Ocean. They eat smaller fish, cephalopods, and zooplankton. symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Chordata,Actinopterygii,Perciformes,Carangidae,Chesapeake
Chloroscombrus chrysurus (Atlantic Bumper)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network5 views1 downloads (Details)The Atlantic Bumper is a game fish found from Massachusetts to Florida in the Western Atlantic Ocean. They eat smaller fish, cephalopods, and zooplankton.Add to lightbox
Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 3 The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.
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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 3Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network8 views4 downloads (Details)The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.
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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 2 The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.
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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 2Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network7 views4 downloads (Details)The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.
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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 1 The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.
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Phoenicopterus ruber (American Flamingo) 1Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network9 views8 downloads (Details)The American flamingo is found in tropical wetlands. A migratory shallow water bird that gets its distinctive color from the pink crustaceans it feeds on. It also consumes algae.
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Potential shifts in seasonality in the Northeast and Midwest resulting from climate change The landscapes of the Northeast and Midwest depend on abundant and relatively predictable seasonal water regimes. Human uses of water compete with environmental flows for aquatic species, especially during drought periods. Climate change is predicted to increase temperatures and precipitation variability in the Northeast United States, causing shifts in seasonality. Diagram from Ecological drought in the Northeast United States newsletter (4pp). http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/540/ecological_drought_in_the_northeast_united_states_2016-09-28/ diagram,climate change,northeast,midwest,amherst,spring flows,snow,snowmelt,spring,summer,fall,winter,growing season,massachusetts,maine,new york,vermont,connecticut,minnesota,michigan,ohio
Potential shifts in seasonality in the Northeast and Midwest resulting from climate changeRaster Graphic (PNG) Brianne WalshIntegration and Application Network22 views0 downloads (Details)The landscapes of the Northeast and Midwest depend on abundant and relatively predictable seasonal water regimes. Human uses of water compete with environmental flows for aquatic species, especially during drought periods. Climate change is predicted to increase temperatures and precipitation variability in the Northeast United States, causing shifts in seasonality. Diagram from Ecological drought in the Northeast United States newsletter (4pp). http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/540/ecological_drought_in_the_northeast_united_states_2016-09-28/Add to lightbox
Historical, predevelopment conditions in the North Central United States, in comparison to the current state, and future trajectory of land and water use This three panel triptych illustrates historical, predevelopment conditions in the North Central United States, in comparison to the current state, and future trajectory of land and water use. Historically, the region adapted and rebounded from droughts, however, with human use and climate change, the resilience of the North Central United States against drought is reaching an unknown state. Diagram from the Ecological Drought in the North Central United States newsletter (4pp). http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/504/ecological_drought_in_the_north_central_united_states_2016-04-18/ diagram,Colorado,North Central,great plains,ecological drought,climate change,drought,agriculture,farming,water use,Rocky Mountains,snow,recreation
Historical, predevelopment conditions in the North Central United States, in comparison to the current state, and future trajectory of land and water useRaster Graphic (PNG) Brianne WalshIntegration and Application Network22 views1 downloads (Details)This three panel triptych illustrates historical, predevelopment conditions in the North Central United States, in comparison to the current state, and future trajectory of land and water use. Historically, the region adapted and rebounded from droughts, however, with human use and climate change, the resilience of the North Central United States against drought is reaching an unknown state. Diagram from the Ecological Drought in the North Central United States newsletter (4pp). http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/504/ecological_drought_in_the_north_central_united_states_2016-04-18/Add to lightbox
A deadly sequence of events in Florida The sequence of events leading to record harmful algal blooms in the Indian River Lagoon ecosystem in March 2016. Over 100 tons of fish were killed. 
Diagram from "Massive Algal Bloom Leads to Record Fish Kill"
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A deadly sequence of events in FloridaRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network44 views3 downloads (Details)The sequence of events leading to record harmful algal blooms in the Indian River Lagoon ecosystem in March 2016. Over 100 tons of fish were killed.
Diagram from "Massive Algal Bloom Leads to Record Fish Kill"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/brochures/publication/510/massive_algal_bloom_leads_to_record_fish_kill_2016-05-21/
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Conceptual diagram of the key features of and threats to the Indian River Lagoon The Indian River Lagoon on the east coast of Florida is suffering from polluted water, algal blooms, seagrass losses, and fish kills.
Diagram from "Assessing the Health of the Indian River Lagoon"
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Conceptual diagram of the key features of and threats to the Indian River LagoonRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network53 views6 downloads (Details)The Indian River Lagoon on the east coast of Florida is suffering from polluted water, algal blooms, seagrass losses, and fish kills.
Diagram from "Assessing the Health of the Indian River Lagoon"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/542/assessing_the_health_of_the_indian_river_lagoon_2016-11-06/
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Effect of nutrients of aquatic primary producers Diagram showing the effect of increasing nutrient loading on aquatic primary producers.
Diagram from "Maryland Coastal Bays 2016: Land and bay perspectives"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/reports/publication/537/maryland_coastal_bays_2016_land_and_bay_perspectives_2016-09-08/ diagram,seagrass,phytoplankton,macroalgae,seaweed,nutrients,nutrient loading,nitrogen,phosphorus,epiphytes,light availability
Effect of nutrients of aquatic primary producersRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network71 views11 downloads (Details)Diagram showing the effect of increasing nutrient loading on aquatic primary producers.
Diagram from "Maryland Coastal Bays 2016: Land and bay perspectives"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/reports/publication/537/maryland_coastal_bays_2016_land_and_bay_perspectives_2016-09-08/
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Meleagris gallopavo (Wild turkey) The wild turkey is the the same species as the domestic turkey, a large poultry bird that was domesticated by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago. Turkey meat is a popular form of poultry, and domestic turkeys are raised throughout temperate parts of the world as livestock. symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Chordata,Aves,Galliformes,Phasianidae,Meleagridinae,Meleagris gallopavo,poultry,farming,agriculture
Meleagris gallopavo (Wild turkey)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network110 views12 downloads (Details)The wild turkey is the the same species as the domestic turkey, a large poultry bird that was domesticated by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago. Turkey meat is a popular form of poultry, and domestic turkeys are raised throughout temperate parts of the world as livestock.Add to lightbox
Strombus gigas (Queen Conch) The queen conch is an important cultural and economic resource for Caribbean countries, but populations are in decline due primarily to overfishing and poaching. symbol,vector,illustration,gastropod,shell,seagrass,SAV,conservation,protection,endangered,threatened,destruction,stock,resource,management,tourism,human
Strombus gigas (Queen Conch)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network87 views7 downloads (Details)The queen conch is an important cultural and economic resource for Caribbean countries, but populations are in decline due primarily to overfishing and poaching.Add to lightbox

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