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Chilika Lake Pollution Pressure As land use in the Chilika Lake area changes from forest to settlements and paddy agriculture sewage, and fertilizer and pesticides runoff increases into the Lake. This extra nutrient input results in algae blooms that float and sit on the bottom.  diagram,pollution,chilika,lake,runoff,pressure,agriculture,algae,blooms,sewage,pesticides,extra,nutrient,input
Chilika Lake Pollution PressureRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network312 views11 downloads (Details)As land use in the Chilika Lake area changes from forest to settlements and paddy agriculture sewage, and fertilizer and pesticides runoff increases into the Lake. This extra nutrient input results in algae blooms that float and sit on the bottom. Add to lightbox
Forester and landowner consult Landowner and Chesapeake Watershed Forester discuss how to handle the invasive poison ivy climbing the trees, on an Eastern Shore of Maryland farm. photo,BMP,best management practice,non-native,pest,management,partnership,conservation,tree,forest,forestry
Forester and landowner consultPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network110 views1 downloads (Details)Landowner and Chesapeake Watershed Forester discuss how to handle the invasive poison ivy climbing the trees, on an Eastern Shore of 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 Network110 views2 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
Inputs: toxics Illustration of toxic inputs. symbol,vector,illustration,contamination,toxics,toxicants,poison,pesticides,herbicides,fungicides,insecticides,poisonous,danger,pollution,pollutants,substance,polluting
Inputs: toxicsVector Graphic (SVG) Tracey Saxby Integration and Application Network498 views134 downloads (Details)Illustration of toxic inputs.Add to lightbox
Biodiversity for Climate Change Conceptual diagram illustrating preparations for the effects of climate change: In an area where all of the organisms are alike, it is possible to lose an entire population due to a single pest infestation. Landscape with a variety of native, drought-resistant plants to support biodiversity and resilient backyard communities. diagram,climate change,global warming,sea level rise,adaptation,mitigation,protection,biodiversity,resilience
Biodiversity for Climate ChangeRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES423 views29 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating preparations for the effects of climate change: In an area where all of the organisms are alike, it is possible to lose an entire population due to a single pest infestation. Landscape with a variety of native, drought-resistant plants to support biodiversity and resilient backyard communities.Add to lightbox
Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna) Illustration of Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna), which is an invasive pest in South Africa, North America, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and many Pacific islands as it out-competes native hollow-nesting bird species. symbol,vector,illustration,birds,fauna,Chordata,Aves,Passeriformes,Sturnidae,Acridotheres tristis,Common Myna,Mynah,Indian Myna,invasive pest,
Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network459 views138 downloads (Details)Illustration of Acridotheres tristis (Common Myna), which is an invasive pest in South Africa, North America, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and many Pacific islands as it out-competes native hollow-nesting bird species.Add to lightbox
Mangrove conservation and restoration practices Conceptual diagram illustrating mangrove conservation and restoration practices that increase the survival of mangrove forests. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 328) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374 diagram,mangrove,conservation,restoration,docks,trash disposal,recycling,eliminate,herbicide,pesticide,planting,seedlings,protecting bird populations
Mangrove conservation and restoration practicesPhoto (PNG) Kris BeckertIntegration and Application Network, UMCES763 views49 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating mangrove conservation and restoration practices that increase the survival of mangrove forests. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 328) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374Add to lightbox
Herpestes javanicus (Small Asian Mongoose) Native to India, introduced to Hawaii Island in 1883 (via Jamaica, where it was also introduced), then introduced to Maui, Molokai, and Oahu; none were introduced on the island of Kauai. Mongoose were imported by the sugar industry to control rats in cane fields. This infamous mistake was made without much knowledge about mongoose. Mongoose, which are active during the day, did not control the rats because the rats are primarily active at night. symbol,vector,illustration,invasive,introduced,'Iole manakuke,Chordata,Mammalia,Carnivora,Herpestidae,Herpestes,SBW
Herpestes javanicus (Small Asian Mongoose)Vector Graphic (SVG) Sally BellIntegration and Application Network344 views33 downloads (Details)Native to India, introduced to Hawaii Island in 1883 (via Jamaica, where it was also introduced), then introduced to Maui, Molokai, and Oahu; none were introduced on the island of Kauai. Mongoose were imported by the sugar industry to control rats in cane fields. This infamous mistake was made without much knowledge about mongoose. Mongoose, which are active during the day, did not control the rats because the rats are primarily active at night.Add to lightbox
Lasirus cinereus semotus (Hawaiian Hoary Bat) The Hawaiian Hoary Bat, known as ‘ope‘ape‘a in Hawai'i, has a heavy fur coat that is brown and gray, and ears tinged with white, giving it a frosted or "hoary" look. It is believed to be related to the North American hoary bat and it is the only native land mammal of Hawai‘i. ‘Ope‘ape‘a populations are believed to be threatened by habitat loss, pesticides, predation, and roost disturbance. Its decline may be primarily due to the reduction of tree cover in historic times. symbol,vector,illustration,vesper,Chordata,Mammalia,Chiroptera,Vespertilionidae,Lasiurus,bat,mammal,pacific,hoary
Lasirus cinereus semotus (Hawaiian Hoary Bat)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network15 views2 downloads (Details)The Hawaiian Hoary Bat, known as ‘ope‘ape‘a in Hawai'i, has a heavy fur coat that is brown and gray, and ears tinged with white, giving it a frosted or "hoary" look. It is believed to be related to the North American hoary bat and it is the only native land mammal of Hawai‘i. ‘Ope‘ape‘a populations are believed to be threatened by habitat loss, pesticides, predation, and roost disturbance. Its decline may be primarily due to the reduction of tree cover in historic times.Add to lightbox
Herbicide Use in Land Management Cover crops sprayed with Round Up (yellow-green) and not sprayed (bright green), West Fork of Langford Creek in background aerial,flyover,crops,management,farm,land,pesticide,exotic,plant,toxin,nutrient
Herbicide Use in Land ManagementPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES144 views5 downloads (Details)Cover crops sprayed with Round Up (yellow-green) and not sprayed (bright green), West Fork of Langford Creek in backgroundAdd to lightbox
Herbicide Use in Land Management Cover crops sprayed with Round Up (yellow-green) and not sprayed (bright green), West Fork of Langford Creek in background aerial,flyover,crops,management,farm,land,pesticide,exotic,plant,toxin,nutrient
Herbicide Use in Land ManagementPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES154 views5 downloads (Details)Cover crops sprayed with Round Up (yellow-green) and not sprayed (bright green), West Fork of Langford Creek in backgroundAdd to lightbox
Inputs: nutrients, toxins, sediment Illustration of nutrient, toxin, and sediment inputs. symbol,vector,illustration,input,flows,point,source,nutrients,toxins,sediments,toxics,toxicants,poison,pesticides,herbicides,fungicides,insecticides,poisonous,danger,pollution,pollutants,substance,polluting,contaminants
Inputs: nutrients, toxins, sedimentVector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network654 views437 downloads (Details)Illustration of nutrient, toxin, and sediment inputs.Add to lightbox

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