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Survey of Muskrat Population on Ausable and Wickham Marshes in Clinton County, New York
The muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) is a medium sized aquatic rodent that historically has been an important fur bearing mammal for the eastern United States. From late January through mid-March, 2010, both Wickham and Ausable ...
Georeference Inventory of SUNY Plattsburgh's Taxidermy Collection
In the midst of global climate change, invasive species, habitat loss/fragmentation, and pollution, which leads to local extirpation and extinction, taxidermy collections are essential in educating the public on the ...
Vernal Pool Status Following Two Major Disturbances (100 year flood and Hurricane Irene)
Vernal pools are crucial for the survival of herpetofaunal species. These temporary ponds are necessary breeding sites for many amphibious species and act as safe refugia, as many lack permanent predators that would be ...