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Power lines in Shenandoah In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA. photo,electricity,conservation,national park,biodiversity,protection,nature,electricity poles
Power lines in ShenandoahPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network50 views1 downloads (Details)In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA.Add to lightbox
Power lines in Shenandoah In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA. photo,electricity,conservation,national park,biodiversity,protection,nature,electricity poles
Power lines in ShenandoahPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network32 views0 downloads (Details)In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA.Add to lightbox
Power lines in Shenandoah In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA. photo,electricity,conservation,national park,biodiversity,protection,nature,electricity poles
Power lines in ShenandoahPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network29 views0 downloads (Details)In Shenandoah National Park, electrical power lines cross through the park, and the area around them must be maintained and managed. While they are needed, they also bisect the natural areas of the park and can disturb wildlife. Shenandoah National Park, VA.Add to lightbox
Tiling in Old Woman Creek The pipes seen in this photo are called tiling. They help transfer excess water from the fields to the creek. Many areas of Old Woman Creek in the headwaters portion are very shallow streams surrounded by farm fields. This small creek area has a buffer around it and then is surrounded by fields. Ohio. photo,stream,creek,agriculture,headwater,water,drainage,water management
Tiling in Old Woman CreekPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network28 views0 downloads (Details)The pipes seen in this photo are called tiling. They help transfer excess water from the fields to the creek. Many areas of Old Woman Creek in the headwaters portion are very shallow streams surrounded by farm fields. This small creek area has a buffer around it and then is surrounded by fields. Ohio.Add to lightbox
Tiling in Old Woman Creek The pipes seen in this photo are called tiling. They help transfer excess water from the fields to the creek. Many areas of Old Woman Creek in the headwaters portion are very shallow streams surrounded by farm fields. This small creek area has a buffer around it and then is surrounded by fields. Ohio.  photo,stream,creek,agriculture,headwater,water,drainage,water management
Tiling in Old Woman CreekPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network24 views0 downloads (Details)The pipes seen in this photo are called tiling. They help transfer excess water from the fields to the creek. Many areas of Old Woman Creek in the headwaters portion are very shallow streams surrounded by farm fields. This small creek area has a buffer around it and then is surrounded by fields. Ohio. Add to lightbox
Old Woman Creek headwaters Many areas of Old Woman Creek in the headwaters portion are very shallow streams surrounded by farm fields. This small creek area has a buffer around it and then is surrounded by fields. Ohio. photo,stream,creek,agriculture,headwater,water
Old Woman Creek headwatersPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network24 views0 downloads (Details)Many areas of Old Woman Creek in the headwaters portion are very shallow streams surrounded by farm fields. This small creek area has a buffer around it and then is surrounded by fields. Ohio.Add to lightbox
Algae Overgrowth An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio. photo,Pipe Creek,pond,stream,water,algae,bloom,algae bloom,animal waste,geese,bird,goose,creek,nutrient,Sandusky,Ohio
Algae OvergrowthPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network85 views3 downloads (Details)An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio.Add to lightbox
Pipe Creek This section of Pipe Creek is still surrounded by a small forest buffer, although much of the creek is surrounded by farm fields and residential areas. Sandusky, Ohio. photo,Pipe Creek,creek,stream,water,forest,aquatic,forest buffer,Sandusky,Ohio
Pipe CreekPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network42 views1 downloads (Details)This section of Pipe Creek is still surrounded by a small forest buffer, although much of the creek is surrounded by farm fields and residential areas. Sandusky, Ohio.Add to lightbox
Pipe Creek This section of Pipe Creek is still surrounded by a small forest buffer, although much of the creek is surrounded by farm fields and residential areas. Sandusky, Ohio. photo,Pipe Creek,creek,stream,water,forest,aquatic,forest buffer,Sandusky,Ohio
Pipe CreekPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network43 views0 downloads (Details)This section of Pipe Creek is still surrounded by a small forest buffer, although much of the creek is surrounded by farm fields and residential areas. Sandusky, Ohio.Add to lightbox
Algae Overgrowth An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio. photo,Pipe Creek,creek,pond,water,algae,animal waste,bloom,nutrient,waste,Sandusky,Ohio
Algae OvergrowthPhoto (JPG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network44 views1 downloads (Details)An overabundance of algae occurs in ponded areas of Pipe Creek, where animal waste from geese washes into the creek. Increased nutrients from the waste causes algae to grow and bloom. Sandusky, Ohio.Add to lightbox
Elevation and Living Shoreline Conceptual diagram illustrating what a waterfront owner can do to protect their property from climate change. Existing structures can be elevated in low-lying areas, and eco-friendly living shorelines can be implemented, to lessen climate change effects like flooding. Diagram from http://ian.umces.edu/link/tos_barrier_trends diagram,elevation,living shoreline,protect,climate change,low-lying areas,ecosystem friendly,adaptation
Elevation and Living ShorelineRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network174 views14 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating what a waterfront owner can do to protect their property from climate change. Existing structures can be elevated in low-lying areas, and eco-friendly living shorelines can be implemented, to lessen climate change effects like flooding. Diagram from http://ian.umces.edu/link/tos_barrier_trends1 commentsAdd to lightbox
Sweet prickly pear (Opuntia dillenii) Large sandy areas on a Bahamian island in the Exumas had many flowering cacti. vegetation,cactus,flower,arid
Sweet prickly pear (Opuntia dillenii)Photo (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network165 views3 downloads (Details)Large sandy areas on a Bahamian island in the Exumas had many flowering cacti.Add to lightbox

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