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Computerized bird and mammal inventory for the Lake Erie coastal zone
  • Published Date:
    1986
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Computerized bird and mammal inventory for the Lake Erie coastal zone
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Pennsylvania Game Commission ; Pennsylvania Coastal Zone Management Program ;
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  • Description:
    Introduction -- Project objective -- Methods -- Description of species profile contents -- Data base format -- Implementation and future plans -- Appendix A. List of subcontractors -- Appendix B. Species workbook, Pennsylvania Fish and Wildlife data base -- Appendix C. Updated species profile, kingfisher, belted (Megaceryle alcyon) -- Appendix D. Updated species profile, loon, red-throated (Gavia stellata) -- Appendix E. Updated species profile, plover, piping (Charadrius melodus) -- Appendix F. Updated species profile, weasel, long-tailed (Mustela frenata) -- Appendix G. Updated species profile, raccoon (Procyon lotor).520.

    "The Pennsylvania Fish and Wildlife Data Base contains complete profiles for 844 resident and common migrant vertebrate and invertebrate species occurring within Pennsylvania. The Data Base includes all 578 vertebrate species known to be present in Pennsylvania and a select group of "important" invertebrates ... Each species profile contains descriptors defining distribution in Pennsylvania, legal and use statuses, habitat associations, food habits, environmental associations and requirements, life history, and the influence of typical land management activities and land use changes on the species ... Each data base entry is fully referenced to the original source documents."--Introduction, p.1.

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