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Cages protect seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) from grazing A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007. plant,native,endangered,Maryland,beach,overwash
Cages protect seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) from grazingPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network871 views2 downloads (Details)A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007.Add to lightbox
Seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) under protective cage A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007. plant,native,endangered,Maryland,beach
Seabeach amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus) under protective cagePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network473 views2 downloads (Details)A sensitive species, seabeach amaranth is aided at Assateague Island National Seashore by a management program that protects a portion of the annual population from being eaten and trampled by horses and deer so they can mature and produce seeds. Conservation efforts have helped the plant population increase to nearly 2,200 individuals in 2007.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, UMCES181 views19 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
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, UMCES459 views24 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
Goliath grouper population (Florida) Conceptual diagram illustrating the biomass and population numbers of goliath groupers in south Florida. diagram,illustration,management,population,biomass,goliath,grouper,degradation
Goliath grouper population (Florida)Raster Graphic (PNG) Kris BeckertIntegration and Application Network342 views4 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the biomass and population numbers of goliath groupers in south Florida.Add to lightbox
Deer overbrowse: shrub Illustration of a shrub that has been overbrowsed by deer. symbol,vector,illustration,trees,shrubs,vines,tree,environmental degradation,deer,overbrowse,over-browse,overpopulation
Deer overbrowse: shrubVector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network217 views104 downloads (Details)Illustration of a shrub that has been overbrowsed by deer.Add to lightbox
Sustainable vs. unsustainable development Marine and coastal resources and habitats are used more intensively and thus, are degraded. In addition, global climate change is affects coasts and oceans. Traditional single-sector management is no longer adequate, and governance systems are struggling to keep up with modern technology and practices. In many cases, these conditions have led to unsustainable development. The goal of marine conservation is to address these challenges by promoting sustainable development and resource use. diagram,marine,conservation,increasing,population,coastal,marine,coast,resources,sustainable,development,unsustainable,development,construction,humans,people,infrastructure,ecotourism
Sustainable vs. unsustainable developmentRaster Graphic (PNG) Caroline WicksIAN, UMCES397 views75 downloads (Details)Marine and coastal resources and habitats are used more intensively and thus, are degraded. In addition, global climate change is affects coasts and oceans. Traditional single-sector management is no longer adequate, and governance systems are struggling to keep up with modern technology and practices. In many cases, these conditions have led to unsustainable development. The goal of marine conservation is to address these challenges by promoting sustainable development and resource use.Add to lightbox
Ecosystem services of the ocean The ocean provides a wealth of services that directly benefit human well-being. Over half the worlds population lives within 100 miles of a coastline, and 20 of the 30 largest cities in the world are coastal. There is increasing access to remote areas, and there are important connections between human well-being and the marine environment. The most widely recognized marine ecosystem services are discussed. diagram,ecosystem,services,marine,environment,fisheries,aquaculture,recreation,carbon,sequestration,shoreline,protection,food
Ecosystem services of the oceanRaster Graphic (PNG) Caroline WicksIAN, UMCES1464 views97 downloads (Details)The ocean provides a wealth of services that directly benefit human well-being. Over half the worlds population lives within 100 miles of a coastline, and 20 of the 30 largest cities in the world are coastal. There is increasing access to remote areas, and there are important connections between human well-being and the marine environment. The most widely recognized marine ecosystem services are discussed.Add to lightbox
Fish trap for population monitoring near Challis National Park, Idaho
Fish trap for population monitoringPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES33 views1 downloads (Details)near Challis National Park, IdahoAdd to lightbox
Fish trap for population monitoring Rocky Mountains
Fish trap for population monitoringPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES85 views0 downloads (Details)Rocky MountainsAdd to lightbox
Baby rabbits Tucked deep in backyard grass, these baby Eastern Cottontail rabbits (Sylvilagus floridanus) were discovered just as a spring mowing was beginning in Neavitt, Maryland. pests,overpopulation,lawn,residential
Baby rabbitsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN, UMCES379 views8 downloads (Details)Tucked deep in backyard grass, these baby Eastern Cottontail rabbits (Sylvilagus floridanus) were discovered just as a spring mowing was beginning in Neavitt, Maryland.Add to lightbox
Bioindicators Illustration of bioindicators sign symbol,vector,illustration,management,bioindicators,biological,community,assemblage,population,ecoystem,ecological,structure,lobster,DNA,sequence
BioindicatorsVector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network166 views17 downloads (Details)Illustration of bioindicators signAdd to lightbox

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