2 edition of ecology of Malheur Lake, and management implications found in the catalog.
ecology of Malheur Lake, and management implications
Harold F. Duebbert
1969 by United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife in [S.l .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 24.
|Statement||by Harold F. Duebbert.|
|Series||Refuge leaflet -- no. 412., RL (Series) (Washington, D.C.) -- 412.|
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|Pagination||24 p. :|
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This rise in lake levels would combine Malheur, Mud and Harney lakes into a deep lake at least four times over the next 9, years. A lush, narrow band of wetland vegetation bordered the edges of this lake. As the water expanded southward into the Blitzen Valley shallower areas developed in to extensive cattail and tule marshes.
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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is composed of three very distinct environments, each including a diversity of native habitats and landscapes. The core of the Refuge is dominated by a shallow lake basin and encompasses Harney, Mud, and Malheur lakes.
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Topics of interest include the biodiversity, distribution, biomass, and populations of organisms, as well as cooperation and competition within and between species. The Malheur National Wildlife Refuge—managed by the US Fish & Wildlife Service—was first set aside by President Theodore Roosevelt in to protect the breeding grounds for native birds .
1 Prior to its designation as a Wildlife Refuge, it was the Malheur Indian Reservation, established via an Executive Order by President Ulysses Grant in September . Management Implications—The machine learning approach was able to quantify the additional instream flow, even though it was small in comparison to total streamflow.
Importantly for managers, rigorous confidence intervals around the estimates were calculated. Model to Predict Availability of Light for Macrophyte Growth in Malheur Lake.Malheur Lake water with Malheur River water 38 Mass-balance equations that use a constant-load value to simulate mixing of Malheur Lake water with Malheur River water 38 Comparison of replicate samples in Harney, Mud, and Malheur Lakes, September and July 58 viCited by: 3.R.R.
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