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Unhealthy tree Damaged tree with possible insect or disease damage on an Eastern Shore Maryland property. photo,BMP,best management practice,forest,residential,landowner,forestry,monitoring
Unhealthy treePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network33 views0 downloads (Details)Damaged tree with possible insect or disease damage on an Eastern Shore Maryland property.Add to lightbox
Unhealthy tree Tree with insect or disease damage on an Eastern Shore Maryland farm. photo,BMP,best management practice,forest,residential,landowner,forestry,monitoring
Unhealthy treePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network24 views0 downloads (Details)Tree with insect or disease damage on an Eastern Shore Maryland farm.Add to lightbox
Forester checks for disease or pests A Chesapeake Watershed Forester checks for disease or pest damage in the tree bark. Regular field surveys in the forest of this farm are part of best management practice. photo,BMP,monitor,monitoring,Eastern Shore,Maryland
Forester checks for disease or pestsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network24 views1 downloads (Details)A Chesapeake Watershed Forester checks for disease or pest damage in the tree bark. Regular field surveys in the forest of this farm are part of best management practice.Add to lightbox
Diseased elm Dying elm due to disease, on an Eastern Shore Maryland property. photo,BMP,best management practice,monitoring,Forester,damage,tree,Plantae,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Rosales,Ulmaceae,Ulmus
Diseased elmPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network23 views0 downloads (Details)Dying elm due to disease, on an Eastern Shore Maryland property.Add to lightbox
Healthy vs. biologically stressed coral reef ecosystem Conceptual diagram illustrating a healthy coral reef ecosystem (left) and a biologically stressed coral reef ecosystem (right).  Arrows indicate consumption or other negative impact to life corals.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 231) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,coral,reef,healthy,stressed,ecosystem,tropical storms,predators,predation,urchins,turtles,seaweed,herbivorous fish,carnivorous fish,bleaching,disease,reduction
Healthy vs. biologically stressed coral reef ecosystemRaster Graphic (PNG) Kris BeckertIntegration and Application Network, UMCES642 views46 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating a healthy coral reef ecosystem (left) and a biologically stressed coral reef ecosystem (right). Arrows indicate consumption or other negative impact to life corals. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 231) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox
Oyster disease prevalence This conceptual diagram illustrates the idea that an introduction of the Asian oyster can act as a sink or a source of disease. diagram,ecocheck,asian,oyster,invasive,species,sink,source,disease
Oyster disease prevalenceRaster Graphic (PNG) Caroline WicksIAN416 views9 downloads (Details)This conceptual diagram illustrates the idea that an introduction of the Asian oyster can act as a sink or a source of disease.Add to lightbox
Acropora: brown band disease Illustration of Acropora with brown band disease symbol,vector,illustration,Staghorn,branching,coral,Cnidaria,Anthozoa,Scleractinia,Acroporidae,Acropora,brown band disease
Acropora: brown band diseaseVector Graphic (SVG) Dieter TraceyGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority361 views42 downloads (Details)Illustration of Acropora with brown band diseaseAdd to lightbox
Acropora: black band disease Illustration of Acropora with black band disease symbol,vector,illustration,Staghorn,branching,coral,Cnidaria,Anthozoa,Scleractinia,Acroporidae,Acropora,black band disease
Acropora: black band diseaseVector Graphic (SVG) Dieter TraceyGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority304 views40 downloads (Details)Illustration of Acropora with black band diseaseAdd to lightbox
Oyster disease transmission Illustration of Oyster disease transmission symbol,vector,illustration,oyster,disease,transmission,Dermo,Perkinsus,marinus,MSX,Multinucleated,Sphere,X,Mollusca,Bivalvia,bivalve
Oyster disease transmissionVector Graphic (SVG) Caroline WicksIntegration and Application Network303 views39 downloads (Details)Illustration of Oyster disease transmissionAdd to lightbox
Green monkey of St. Kitts During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination. introduced,species,exotic,species,animal,disease,zoonoses,water,pollution,St. Kitts,Caribbean
Green monkey of St. KittsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES291 views0 downloads (Details)During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination.Add to lightbox
Green monkey of St. Kitts During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination. introduced,species,exotic,species,animal,disease,zoonoses,water,pollution,St. Kitts,Caribbean
Green monkey of St. KittsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES345 views4 downloads (Details)During the 17th century, African green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) were brought to the island of St Kitts, West Indies from Africa and are now considered an evolutionarily separate species. While enjoyed by tourists, their large numbers can cause problems with habitat destruction and possible water contamination.Add to lightbox
Redistributing Oyster Gardens Oysters (Crassostrea virginica) are grown by Oyster Gardeners and redistributed to oyster restoration reefs throughout Chesapeake Bay by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation after growing for a season to minimize mortality from diseases and encourage community involvement
Redistributing Oyster GardensPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES159 views6 downloads (Details)Oysters (Crassostrea virginica) are grown by Oyster Gardeners and redistributed to oyster restoration reefs throughout Chesapeake Bay by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation after growing for a season to minimize mortality from diseases and encourage community involvementAdd to lightbox

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