2 edition of Habitat evaluation for Teshekpuk Lake special area study found in the catalog.
Habitat evaluation for Teshekpuk Lake special area study
James B. Silva
|Other titles||Teshekpuk Lake special area study, habitat evaluation.|
|Statement||compiled and edited by James B. Silva, with sections compiled by Layne G. Adams and Robert Gal ; prepared by Bureau of Land Management, Arctic Resource Area, Fairbanks District.|
|Contributions||Adams, Layne G., Gal, Robert, 1947-, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Fairbanks District Office. Arctic Resource Area.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
Arctic habitats at the interface between land and sea are particularly vulnerable to climate change. The northern Teshekpuk Lake Special Area (N-TLSA), a coastal plain ecosystem along the Beaufort Sea in northern Alaska, provides habitat for migratory waterbirds, caribou, and potentially, denning polar bears. The km coastline of N-TLSA is experiencing increasing rates of coastline erosion Cited by: The Geomorphology of Teshekpuk Lake in Relation to Coastline Configuration of Alaska’s Coastal Plain MILTON W. WELLER’ and DIRK V. DERKSENZ ABSTRACT. Observations on a drained and a partially drained lake basin adjacent to Teshekpuk Lake led to the .
Focus Areas of Statewide Ecological Significance: Tunk Lake 3 The focus area also includes undeveloped lands north of the state land in T10 SD and T16 MD and south of the West Branch of the Narraguagus River. Much of this area has been recently harvested, but a . Teshekpuk Lake Observatory a special place. By NED ROZELL. April 26, Saturday (SitNews) TESHEKPUK LAKE -- Suspended in glass on the oil stove, the coffee leans south, as if the giant lake has a gravitational pull.
WFD42 Development of a technique for Lake Habitat Survey (LHS): Phase 2 June 4 uncertainty in Hab-Plot summary data diminishes with sample size, but it was concluded that minor gains in precision do not necessarily outweigh the benefits of a standardised procedure, particularly when considered in tandem with the perimeter survey results. Jun 22, · A scoring system, the Habitat Quality Assessment (HabQA), developed from the Lake Habitat Quality Assessment (LHQA) of the LHS, was used to assess the relationship between habitat quality based on physical structure within 10 LHS ‘habplots’ and .
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Teshekpuk Lake special area study, habitat evaluation Responsibility: compiled and edited by James B. Silva, with sections compiled by Layne G. Adams and Robert Gal ; prepared by Bureau of Land Management, Arctic Resource Area, Fairbanks District. The Teshekpuk Lake Observatory was established by the U.S.
Geological Survey, National Science Foundation and other partners to study impacts of climate change on the arctic environment. In Julya study reported that the disappearance of sea ice near Teshekpuk Lake is causing rapid erosion in the marshy, wildlife-rich gedatsuusakendodojo.comon: North Slope Borough, Alaska.
Breeding bird diversity, density, nesting success and nest predators in the Olak region of the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area – nest concealment, habitat type, snow cover, and temperature. Finally, we compare the results from Teshekpuk to that of and study site, Teshekpuk Lake Special Area, NPR-A, and the Prudhoe Bay.
Nov 21, · Oil and Gas Development, the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, and Our Wildlife Heritage. Authors; Habitat evaluation. In: Silva JB (ed) Teshekpuk Lake Special Area study. U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arctic Resource Area Oil and Gas Development, the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, and Our Wildlife Heritage.
In: Gates J., Trauger Author: Stephen M. Murphy. TESHEKPUK LAKE REGION DURINGWITH COMPARISONS TO PREVIOUS SAMPLING Final Report January Prepared by: MJM Research, LLC Dept.
of Wildlife Management Bureau of Land Management Arctic Field Office Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Habitat ABR Environmental Research and Services, Inc. Prepared for: North Slope Borough. SURVEYS OF FISH HABITATS IN THE TESHEKPUK LAKE REGION, Final Report December Prepared by: MJM Research, LLC Alaska Department of Natural Resources Office of Habitat Management and Permitting ABR Environmental Research and Services, Inc.
Bureau of Land Management Arctic Field Office Teshekpuk Lake study area, water. Teshekpuk Caribou Herd Movement through Narrow Corridors around Teshekpuk Lake, Alaska AK Habitat evaluation for Teshekpuk Lake Special Area study Habitat evaluation for Teshekpuk Lake.
Habitat ecology of Pacific Black Brant and other geese moulting near Teshekpuk Lake, Alaska strategies for the area. Study areas and goose populations The area northeast of Teshekpuk Lake (70°30'N, °30'W) is dominated by lakes of 1 to 6 km in length oriented about 10°Cited by: The Habitat and Population Evaluation Team (HAPET) is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System of the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service (Service). The HAPET office supports the conservation mission of the Service by integrating scientific data and landscape-scale conservation planning with a.
Teshekpuk Lake for at least the last years (Silva et al. ).Currently, the Teshekpuk Visual counts between and indicated that approximately 4, caribou used the area near Teshekpuk Lake duringpost -calving aggregations (Davis et al. ReynoldsSilva Caribou management report ADF&G/DWC/SMR Page aquatilis.
The study area has a short snow-free growing period that lasts from June through September. The TCH typically calves near Teshekpuk Lake, uses the area between Teshekpuk Lake and the Beaufort Sea as mosquito-relief habitat, then disperses further inland during late summer .
The size of the TCH is estimated at 55, and currently. Nov 06, · Goose populations molting in the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area of the National Petroleum Reserve—Alaska have changed in size and distribution over the past 30 years.
Black brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) are relatively stable in numbers but are shifting from large, inland lakes to salt marshes. Concurrently, populations of greater white-fronted geese (Anser albifrons frontalis) have Cited by: Mar 23, · In fact, he’s the co-author of a study published this month in the journal Arctic that found summer nest density in this area, south of Teshekpuk, is higher than at six other places with similar data on the Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain (such as the Prudhoe Bay oilfield), including for birds like Lapland longspurs, long-billed dowitchers, and.
Brant use and extent of vegetation sampling on the eight study lakes in the Teshekpnk Lake Special Area, Alaska, Lake Lake no. Mean no. Brant Number of brant ratinga transects East Long High 19 Island 62 High 16 Six-Mile 99 Moderate 17 Cape Halkett Moderate 13 Okalik 48 Low 18 Goose 87 25 Low 17 West long Cited by: 8.
Goose populations molting in the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska have changed in size and distribution over the past 30 years. Black brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) are relatively stable in numbers but are shifting from large, inland lakes to salt marshes.
Concurrently, populations of greater white-fronted geese (Anser albifrons frontalis) have increased. The Alaska Shorebird Group, formed inis a mix of academic and private researchers, federal and state agency staff, conservation organizations, and shorebird enthusiasts whose goal is to raise public awareness of shorebirds in Alaska, achieve consensus on needed conservation actions, and exchange information on issues, research findings, and education.
Summer Resource Selection and Identification of Important Habitat Prior to Industrial Development for the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd in Northern Alaska to the area surrounding Teshekpuk Lake. This area extends inland about 30 km from the Arctic Ocean and encompasses more than km2 (Derksen et al., ).
The molting ground lies within the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area (TLSA), an area that was set aside in primarily to protect fish and wildlife (USBLM, ).Cited by: 8. The Habitat and Restoration Division of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) received federal funding to undertake an evaluation of aquatic habitat restoration and enhancement efforts in Alaska.
This funding was provided by the Section Enhancement Grant Program under the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA). SUMMER ECOLOGY OF THE TESHEKPUK CARIBOU HERD A THESIS Presented to the Faculty of the University of the Alaska Fairbanks in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements.
Phase II Ecological Assessment for the Buffalo Lake, River, and Trails Candidate Area Average number of birds and bird species counted in the 9 habitat types surveyed in Buffalo Lake, River and Trails with the marsh and fen (shrub) community types removed, June Bird species documented and hypothetically occurring in the Study Area with.Okauchee Lake in Waukesha County is an example of a lake in this study type with long-term data.
This lake has been monitored for water quality since (Wisconsin District Lake Studies Team, ). About lakes throughout the State have been monitored at this level by the USGS since midKEYWORDS: Alaska, Black Brant, Branta bernicla nigricans, flightless molt, habitat use, home range, movement rate, Teshekpuk Lake Read Abstract + Thousands of Black Brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) migrate annually to the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area (TLSA), Alaska, to undergo the flightless wing molt on tundra lakes and wetlands.