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Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska

Eileen M. Kirsch

Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska

by Eileen M. Kirsch

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Published by The Wildlife Society in [Bethesda, MD] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Least tern -- Nebraska.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of wildlife management. Vol. 60, no. 1 (Supplement)
    Statementby Eileen M. Kirsch.
    SeriesWildlife monographs -- no. 132.
    ContributionsWildlife Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17684609M

    Kirsch, E. M. Habitat Selection and Productivity of Least Terns on the Lower Platte River, Nebraska. The Wildlife Society, , Wildlife Monographs, pages with 7 figures and 23 tables. Softbound, very good condition. $ Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska / by Eileen M. Kirsch. QL 1 W54 NO Brown and black bear density estimation in Alaska using radiotelemetry and replicated mark-resight techniques / by Sterling D. Miller.

      Every summer since I have spent time during the summer on the lower Platte River conducting field work on Piping Plovers and Interior Least Terns. Much of that time was spent in a kayak. During my many treks down the river I had time to observe and ponder my surroundings. Physical-Habitat Characteristics of thePlatte River, Nebraska--Assessment Using Surveys and Spatial Analyses ABSTRACT Physical habitat characteristics affect the structure and composition ofbiological communities. Habitat features of two reaches of the PlatteRiver in central Nebraska were surveyed annually during

    No. Response of nesting ducks to habitat and management on the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, Colorado. David W. Gilbert, David R. Anderson, James K. Ringelman, and Michael R. Szymczak. January 44 pages. Price $ No. Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska. Eileen M. Kirsch. Least terns, piping plovers and whooping cranes are the three threatened or endangered bird species on the federal Endangered Species List that use the Central Platte River.


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Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska by Eileen M. Kirsch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Least terns (Sterna antillarum) were studied on the lower Platte River, Nebraska, where this endangered population nests on natural sandbar habitat and on sandpit sites created by gravel dredging adjacent to the river. Theoretically terns should select habitats according to habitat suitability.

However, the introduction of sandpits and conversion of tallgrass prairies along the river banks to. Get this from a library. Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska.

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Kirsch, Map Photos] on *FREE* shipping Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River qualifying offers. Least terns (Sterna antillarum) were studied on the lower Platte River, Nebraska, where this endangered population nests on natural sandbar habitat and on sandpit sites created by gravel dredging adjacent.

Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska. Least terns (Sterna antillarum) were studied on the lower Platte River, Nebraska, where this endangered population nests on natural sandbar habitat and on sandpit sites created by gravel dredging adjacent to the river.

The objectives of this study were (a) to compare the second-and third-order habitat selection of two, ground-nesting species that use F I G U R E 1 We studied habitat selection and its effects on. Channel Width and Least Tern and Piping Plover Nesting Incidence • Joel G.

Jorgensen et 61 A N o 80 Central PILe River Lower Platte River •• km Figure 1. Lower Platte River, Nebraska, extending from the Loup-Platte River confluence near Columbus, Platte County (A) to theCited by: 6. Federally listed least terns (Sternula antillarum) and pip-ing plovers (Charadrius melodus) nest on riverine sandbars on many major midcontinent river systems.

On the Central Platte River, availability of sandbar habitat is limited, and both species nest on excavated sandpits in the river’s flood-plain. Report for the Lower Platte River, Nebraska Prepared by @ Recommended citation Brown, M.B., L.R.

Dinan and J.G. Jorgensen. Interior Least Tern and Piping Plover Monitoring, Research, Management, and Outreach Report for the Lower Platte River, Nebraska. Joint report of the Tern.

Enclosure 1. Fifteen Year Review, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s Instream Flow Appropriations, For The Central and Lower Platte River. Table 1. Platte River instream flow applications filed with NDNR on Novem Application Number Purpose River Reach Time Period Flow requested in cubic feet per second.

The least tern and piping plover breeding season on the lower Platte River, Nebraska. Nebraska Bird Rev. E.M. HABITAT SELECTION AND PRODUCTIVITY OF LEAST TERNS ON THE LOWER PLATTE RIVER, NEBRASKA.

Thompson, B.C. and R.D. Slack. Physical aspects of colony selection by least terns on the Texas coast. Demographics and Movements of Least Terns and Piping Plovers in the Central Platte River Valley, Nebraska By Erin A.

Roche, Mark H. Sherfy, Megan M. Ring, Terry L. Shaffer, Michael J. Anteau, and Jennifer H. Stucker Executive Summary The Central Platte River Valley provides breeding habitat for a variety of migratory birds, including federally Author: Erin A.

Roche, Mark H. Sherfy, Megan M. Ring, Terry L. Shaffer, Michael J. Anteau, Jennifer H. Stuck. Interior Least Tern and Piping Plover Report for the lower Platte River, Nebraska Page 6 DEFINITIONS Off River Site Definitions Active mine – an off-river site managed by a sand and gravel mining company that is actively mined and is regulated by.

Expedition, commented that Least Terns and Piping Plovers were very abundant and nested on sandbars in the Platte River. Least Terns were reported, into be nesting along the North Platte River, east of Ash Hollow, in Keith County.

Reports from the s and s indicate thatCited by: 7. Foraging and diet of least terns nesting at sand pits in the central Platte Valley, Nebraska. in Proceedings of the Missouri River and its Tributaries: Piping Plover and Least Tern Symposium-Workshop, K.F.

Higgins, and M.R. Brashier, eds. Brookings, SD: South Dakota State University, Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences.

Return to Terns & Plovers Terns, Plovers & the Platte. It’s a story with a twist, much like the braided river where it begins. Along the lower Platte River in Nebraska, small channels of water continually split and join, creating changing sandbars that provide habitat for least terns and piping plovers.

melodus) use and productivity along km of the Platte River in central Nebraska, USA. Program activities in this reach, known as the Associated Habitat Reach (AHR), are intended to mitigate declines in species habitat suitability due to water development.

A 48 page monograph. From the abstract: "Least terns (Sterna antillarum) were studied on the lower Platte River, Nebraska, where this endangered population nests on natural sandbar habitat and on sandpit sites created by gravel dredging adjacent to the river.

Theoretically terns should select habitats according to habitat suitability. Background discussions in Chapter 2 and the analyses of environmental law and science in Chapter 3 lead to an assessment of our understanding of the ecological foundations for threatened and endangered species in the Platte River Basin.

The agencies of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) have evaluated research into the habitat requirements of the whooping crane, piping plover, interior. Platte River.

Platte River is another important river, bringing South Platte water from Colorado and North Platte water from Wyoming into Nebraska before proceeding to flow across the state and empty into the Missouri River just below Omaha.

While heavily developed, the central reach in Nebraska isacre-feet of water short on an annual. Kirsch, E.M., Habitat selection and productivity of least terns incidence on the lower Platte River, Nebraska, using a model-based logistic regression analysis.

the fauna of Nebraska. In the Missouri River drainage, Interior least terns forage for fish in shallow water habitats and within 12 kilometers (km) (7 miles (mi)) from colony sites (Stuckerp. 24). In the Lower Mississippi River, foraging terns have been observed feeding in a variety of habitats within 3 km (2 mi) of colony sites (Jonespp.

).Platte River Program’s sediment enhancement project aims to provide habitat for whooping cranes, least terns By LORI POTTER Hub Staff Writer Lower river flows in and continuing into. Saunders's Gull Larus saundersi is a breeding endemic of Common Seepweed Suaeda glauca habitats on the east coast of China and south-west coast of South Korea.

Much of this habitat has been lost and degraded due to human land use and expansion of the introduced Smooth Cordgrass Spartina ng National Nature Reserve (NNR) is one of three breeding and wintering Cited by: 8.