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Centropomus undecimalis (Common Snook) The common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) is a species of marine fish in the family Centropomidae of the order Perciformes. The common snook is also known as the sergeant fish or robalo. symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Chordata,Actinopterygii,Perciformes,Centropomidae,sergeant fish,robalo
Centropomus undecimalis (Common Snook)Vector Graphic (SVG) Kimmy Kraeer, Lucy Van Essen FishmanIntegration and Application Network18 views1 downloads (Details)The common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) is a species of marine fish in the family Centropomidae of the order Perciformes. The common snook is also known as the sergeant fish or robalo.Add to lightbox
Factory A factory or manufacturing plant symbol,vector,illustration,industry,commerce,pollution,factory,economy,revenue,infrastructure,jobs
FactoryVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network2 views1 downloads (Details)A factory or manufacturing plantAdd to lightbox
Maryland Coastal Bays conceptual diagrams  Conceptual diagrams illustrating four east-west transects across the Maryland Coastal Bays to provide insights into the features of the Bays. 
Diagram from "Maryland Coastal Bays 2016: Land and bay perspectives" booklet.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/reports/publication/537/maryland_coastal_bays_2016_land_and_bay_perspectives_2016-09-08/ diagram,Maryland Coastal Bays,Assateague Island,Ocean City,transects,ecosystem,features,Chincoteague Bay,Sinepuxent Bay,Newport Bay,Isle of Wight Bay,Assawoman Bay,St Martin River,Atlantic Ocean
Maryland Coastal Bays conceptual diagrams Raster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network112 views1 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagrams illustrating four east-west transects across the Maryland Coastal Bays to provide insights into the features of the Bays.
Diagram from "Maryland Coastal Bays 2016: Land and bay perspectives" booklet.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/reports/publication/537/maryland_coastal_bays_2016_land_and_bay_perspectives_2016-09-08/
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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 Network23 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 Network23 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
Information spectrum for ecosystem report cards Ecosystem report cards act as the ultimate synthesis tool for communicating vast amounts of information relevant to the general public and policy decision-makers. This pyramid shows where report cards fit within the spectrum of information density and information synthesis. diagram,management,policy,data,health,science,community,stakeholder,communication,environment
Information spectrum for ecosystem report cardsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network57 views4 downloads (Details)Ecosystem report cards act as the ultimate synthesis tool for communicating vast amounts of information relevant to the general public and policy decision-makers. This pyramid shows where report cards fit within the spectrum of information density and information synthesis.Add to lightbox
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"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/542/assessing_the_health_of_the_indian_river_lagoon_2016-11-06/ diagram,nutrient,discharge,development,flushing,canal,circulation,inlet,input,flow,algal bloom,oyster,clam,seagrass,fish kill,dolphin,manatee,turtle,fishing,recreation
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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Orinoco River Basin values This diagram shows the values and indicators used in the Orinoco River Basin report card.
Diagram from "Orinoco River Basin Report Card 2016"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/report_cards/publication/511/orinoco_river_basin_report_card_2016_2016-07-06/ diagram; Orinoco River; Colombia; report card; indicators; values; management; governance; economy; biodiversity; ecosystems; landscapes; people; culture; water
Orinoco River Basin valuesRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network82 views2 downloads (Details)This diagram shows the values and indicators used in the Orinoco River Basin report card.
Diagram from "Orinoco River Basin Report Card 2016"
http://ian.umces.edu/press/report_cards/publication/511/orinoco_river_basin_report_card_2016_2016-07-06/
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Mantis Shrimp (Squilla empusa) The mantis shrimp is a crustacean with a flattened, segmented body and praying mantis-like claws. It burrows within muddy flats along the shoreline of the middle and lower Chesapeake Bay. Mantis shrimp eat live fish, crabs, worms and shrimp, including other mantis shrimp. They are aggressive, violent predator, using their sharp claws to spear or slice through prey with a quick, slashing motion. shrimp,crustacean,Chesapeake,Animalia,Arthropoda,Crustacea,Malacostraca,Hoplocarida,Stomatopoda
Mantis Shrimp (Squilla empusa)Photo (JPG) Sean Callahan43 views0 downloads (Details)The mantis shrimp is a crustacean with a flattened, segmented body and praying mantis-like claws. It burrows within muddy flats along the shoreline of the middle and lower Chesapeake Bay. Mantis shrimp eat live fish, crabs, worms and shrimp, including other mantis shrimp. They are aggressive, violent predator, using their sharp claws to spear or slice through prey with a quick, slashing motion.Add to lightbox
Flag: USA Hawaii Kanaka Maoli The Kanaka Maoli is considered by many native Hawaiians to be the original flag of the Kingdom of Hawaii. It has eight stripes representing the eight islands of Hawaii. ian,symbol,illustration,flag,hawaii,Kanaka Maoli,
Flag: USA Hawaii Kanaka MaoliVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network102 views1 downloads (Details)The Kanaka Maoli is considered by many native Hawaiians to be the original flag of the Kingdom of Hawaii. It has eight stripes representing the eight islands of Hawaii.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
Marine protected area A marine protected area is a zone designated as a no-fishing or limited fishing or harvest area. This is a resource management practice that may be used when the marine resources are at risk due to human and natural activities such as over-fishing, habitat destruction, invasive species, and/or climate change. symbol,vector,illustration,icon,sign,buoy,conservation,protection,endangered,threatened,overfishing,destruction,stock,resource,management,human
Marine protected areaVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network97 views6 downloads (Details)A marine protected area is a zone designated as a no-fishing or limited fishing or harvest area. This is a resource management practice that may be used when the marine resources are at risk due to human and natural activities such as over-fishing, habitat destruction, invasive species, and/or climate change.Add to lightbox

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