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Biodiversity Hot Spot An icon target symbol symbol,vector,illustration,endangered,threatened,biodiversity,sustainability
Biodiversity Hot SpotVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network3 views2 downloads (Details)An icon target symbolAdd to lightbox
Pyrodinium bahamense Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical euryhaline dinoflagellate found mainly in the Atlantic Ocean. P. bahamense is a major cause of seafood toxicity and cause of paralytic shellfish poisoning, especially in Southeast Asia.  symbol,vector,illustration,Eukaryota,Dinoflagellate,Dinophyceae,Gonyaulacales,harmful algae,toxic,dinoflagellate
Pyrodinium bahamenseVector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network48 views1 downloads (Details)Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical euryhaline dinoflagellate found mainly in the Atlantic Ocean. P. bahamense is a major cause of seafood toxicity and cause of paralytic shellfish poisoning, especially in Southeast Asia. Add to lightbox
Potential indicators for the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin This diagram depicts potential indicators for the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin, one of the five major sub-basins of the Mississippi River. Diagram from "Arkansas River and Red River Basins report card workshop" newsletter.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/450/arkansas_river_and_red_river_basins_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-07-14/ diagram; Arkansas River; Red River; Mississippi; economy; recreation; transportation; water supply; flood control; risk reduction; ecosystems
Potential indicators for the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basinRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network8 views0 downloads (Details)This diagram depicts potential indicators for the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin, one of the five major sub-basins of the Mississippi River. Diagram from "Arkansas River and Red River Basins report card workshop" newsletter.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/450/arkansas_river_and_red_river_basins_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-07-14/
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Land use in the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin This map depicts land use in the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin, one of the five major sub-basins of the Mississippi River. Map from "Arkansas River and Red River Basins report card workshop" newsletter.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/450/arkansas_river_and_red_river_basins_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-07-14/ diagram; Arkansas River; Red River; Mississippi; crops; forest; developed; water; shrub; scrub; wetlands; barren; Midwest; river; basin
Land use in the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basinRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network9 views0 downloads (Details)This map depicts land use in the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin, one of the five major sub-basins of the Mississippi River. Map from "Arkansas River and Red River Basins report card workshop" newsletter.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/450/arkansas_river_and_red_river_basins_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-07-14/
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Conceptual diagram showing features and threats of the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin This diagram illustrates the main threats and key features of the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin, one of the five major sub-basins of the Mississippi River. 
Diagram from "Arkansas River and Red River Basins report card workshop" newsletter.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/450/arkansas_river_and_red_river_basins_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-07-14/ diagram,Arkansas River,Red River,Mississippi,Midwest,river,basin
Conceptual diagram showing features and threats of the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basinRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network91 views1 downloads (Details)This diagram illustrates the main threats and key features of the Arkansas River and Red River sub-basin, one of the five major sub-basins of the Mississippi River.
Diagram from "Arkansas River and Red River Basins report card workshop" newsletter.
http://ian.umces.edu/press/newsletters/publication/450/arkansas_river_and_red_river_basins_report_card_workshop_newsletter_2014-07-14/
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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 Network22 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 Network22 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
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
Chitala ornata (Clown knifefish) The species, also known commonly as a clown featherback fish, occurs in Thailand, Lao PDR, Viet Nam, and Cambodia. It has been introduced to Myanmar and the Philippines for aquaculture. Juveniles are popular in the aquarium trade and large fish are popular for public aquaria. In some parts of the Philippines, its introduction is wreaking havoc on the local fishing industry. symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Chordata,Actinopterygii,Osteoglossiformes,Notopteridae,Chitala ornata,tropical,exotic,predation,clown featherback,clown knifefish,spotted knifefish
Chitala ornata (Clown knifefish)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network105 views3 downloads (Details)The species, also known commonly as a clown featherback fish, occurs in Thailand, Lao PDR, Viet Nam, and Cambodia. It has been introduced to Myanmar and the Philippines for aquaculture. Juveniles are popular in the aquarium trade and large fish are popular for public aquaria. In some parts of the Philippines, its introduction is wreaking havoc on the local fishing industry.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
Anseranas semipalmata (Magpie Goose) A waterbird species found in coastal northern Australia. The adult Magpie goose has black and white feathers, a long neck and a cranial knob (smaller in females). They also have orange legs with partly webbed feet, and a red beak with a white hook on the end which assists them in probing for food. The Northern Territory holds the largest populations and breeding areas of the Magpie goose with an estimated population of over 2 million individuals. ian,symbol,illustration,bird,Animalia,Chordata,Aves,Anseriformes,Anseranatidae,Anseranas semipalmata,magpie,goose,wading,wetland,billabong,native
Anseranas semipalmata (Magpie Goose)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network87 views6 downloads (Details)A waterbird species found in coastal northern Australia. The adult Magpie goose has black and white feathers, a long neck and a cranial knob (smaller in females). They also have orange legs with partly webbed feet, and a red beak with a white hook on the end which assists them in probing for food. The Northern Territory holds the largest populations and breeding areas of the Magpie goose with an estimated population of over 2 million individuals.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

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