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Impervious versus pervious surfaces Conceptual diagram illustrating impervious and pervious surfaces. Diagram from 'Stormwater Management: Reducing Water Quantity and Improving Water Quality' (pg. 2) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/420/stormwater_management diagram,urban,city,management,restoration,storm,groundwater,runoff,erosion,water,rehabilitation,water quality,water quantity,flow,pollutant,sediment,
Impervious versus pervious surfacesRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network289 views29 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating impervious and pervious surfaces. Diagram from 'Stormwater Management: Reducing Water Quantity and Improving Water Quality' (pg. 2) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/420/stormwater_managementAdd 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 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
Inputs: conductivity Arrow representing conductivity inputs or flows symbol,vector,illustration,conductivity,input,flow,electricity,chemical
Inputs: conductivityVector Graphic (SVG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network65 views50 downloads (Details)Arrow representing conductivity inputs or flowsAdd to lightbox
Conductivity Symbol representing conductivity symbol,vector,illustration,conductivity,electric,current,conductive,electricity
ConductivityVector Graphic (SVG) Alexandra FriesIntegration and Application Network144 views26 downloads (Details)Symbol representing conductivityAdd to lightbox
Local Sea Level Trends Conceptual diagram illustrating the mean sea level trends at Ocean City, MD and Norfolk, VA. Source: tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov diagram,climate change,global warming,sea level rise,flooding,trends
Local Sea Level TrendsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES408 views6 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the mean sea level trends at Ocean City, MD and Norfolk, VA. Source: tidesandcurrents.noaa.govAdd to lightbox
Urban: city building 09 Illustration of a city building. symbol,vector,illustration,development,infrastructure,city building,apartment,office,hotel,high rise,multi-storey,tower block,residential
Urban: city building 09Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network1209 views67 downloads (Details)Illustration of a city building.Add to lightbox
Urban: city building 10 Illustration of a high-rise building. symbol,vector,illustration,development,infrastructure,city building,apartment,office,hotel,high rise,multi-storey,tower block,residential
Urban: city building 10Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network344 views82 downloads (Details)Illustration of a high-rise building.Add to lightbox
Urban: city building 11 Illustration of an apartment building. symbol,vector,illustration,development,infrastructure,city building,apartment,office,hotel,high rise,multi-storey
Urban: city building 11Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network372 views62 downloads (Details)Illustration of an apartment building.Add to lightbox
Phytoplankton bloom feedback loops Conceptual diagram illustrating how phytoplankton blooms in eastern Florida Bay and southern Biscayne Bay were sustained through feedback loops among ecosystem components.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 131) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,water quality,water column stratification,nutrient loadings,runoff,hurricanes,light penetration,seagrasses,submerged aquatic vegetation,SAV,sponge,filter,low dissolved oxygen,DO,sulfide toxicity,sediments,nitrogen,phosphorus
Phytoplankton bloom feedback loopsRaster Graphic (PNG) Kate BentsenIntegration and Application Network, UMCES474 views20 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating how phytoplankton blooms in eastern Florida Bay and southern Biscayne Bay were sustained through feedback loops among ecosystem components. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 131) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox
Chenopodium oahuense (Aweoweo) Front view illustration of an Aweoweo, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Native water and land birds (e.g., Nihoa finch), and seabirds use Aweoweo for food, nesting material or nesting sites. Early Hawaiians used the wood to form shark hooks (makau mano) fitted with bone points. Aweoweo leaves and shoots were wrapped in ti leaves, cooked and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians. symbol,vector,illustration,tree,flora,aweoweo,alaweo,alaweo huna,aheahea,ahea,ahewahewa,kahaihai,native,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Core eudicots,Caryophyllales,Amaranthaceae,Chenopodioideae,Chenopodium oahuense
Chenopodium oahuense (Aweoweo)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network62 views24 downloads (Details)Front view illustration of an Aweoweo, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Native water and land birds (e.g., Nihoa finch), and seabirds use Aweoweo for food, nesting material or nesting sites. Early Hawaiians used the wood to form shark hooks (makau mano) fitted with bone points. Aweoweo leaves and shoots were wrapped in ti leaves, cooked and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians.Add to lightbox

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