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Climate change aggravating human-wildlife conflict, private sector called to join the fight. Sep 23, 2022 585
Climate change is forcing Zimbabwe to move thousands of animals in the wild. npr .org Sep 3, 2022 692
Climate Change Worsens US Water Woes. Aug 25, 2022 852
Flash flooding hits US parks, southern states in latest weather disasters. Aug 23, 2022 586
Pakistan has faced severe impact of climate change this year: minister. Aug 14, 2022 253
Climate Change Minister leads awareness, clean up walk at Margallas. Aug 14, 2022 373
Chinese-built Mombasa-Nairobi SGR helps increase environmental awareness. Aug 8, 2022 277
Kenya faces ecological and economic fallout from elephant deaths. Jul 27, 2022 492
Glass Half Full: A prominent climate scientist offers the gift of science-backed hope. Siber, Kate Jun 22, 2022 1364
TROUBLED WATERS. Goldfarb, Ben Jun 22, 2022 3974
Ecological Impact of Forest Trails in Khadimnagar National Park, Sylhet, Bangladesh. Rahman, Minhajur; Mohammed; Datta, Anup Report May 1, 2022 4356
How spotted hyenas adjust foraging behaviour to survive climate change. Apr 26, 2022 466
Central Sulawesi's forests damaged by illegal logging, mining: ranger. Mar 21, 2022 358
Central Sulawesi's forests damaged by illegal logging, mining: ranger. Mar 21, 2022 353
KENYAN WILDLIFE EXPERTS EXPLORE GOLA RAINFOREST NATIONAL PARK. Feb 25, 2022 488
Taking ACTION: RENOWNED CLIMBER TOMMY CALDWELL WANTS TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE. HERE, HE SHARES TIPS FOR HOW YOU CAN HELP. Caldwell, Tommy; Simkins, J.D. Feb 1, 2022 1280
Ecological corridors help expand giant pandas' habitat. Jan 4, 2022 504
Landscape Characteristics and Main Plant Species of Floristic Composition of Doganbey Old Village in Aydin. Sat, Beyza Report Jan 1, 2022 3712
Poaching, migration, climate change: The case for Pakistan's missing markhors. SAIMA SHABBIR Nov 17, 2021 854
Alarming footage shows how global warming is rapidly melting Iceland's glaciers; The timelapse, captured by Dr Kieran Baxter, a lecturer at the University of Dundee, shows the melting of the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier Vatnajökull National Park in Iceland. By, Hamish Morrison & Florence Freeman Nov 10, 2021 439
Gross ecosystem product of tropical rainforest national park in Hainan exceeds 204.5 billion yuan. Oct 26, 2021 545
Saudi Arabia's carbon-rich mangroves are key to combating climate change. Arab News Oct 23, 2021 395
Int'l community acknowledging Pakistan's realistic and tangible steps to mitigate impacts of climate change: PM Imran Khan. Oct 14, 2021 311
23 national parks established in Pakistan to overcome climate change: Zartaj Gul. Aug 27, 2021 525
Heal the scars and rescue our busy mountains in the Lake District; Thanks to climate change and a rise in staycation visitors, parts of the Unesco world heritage site are eroding faster than ever, writes Nada Farhoud. By, Nada Farhoud Aug 22, 2021 416
A creeping threat: Ministry of Environment eradicating invasive species to protect native plants. Aug 7, 2021 577
3 endangered species spotted by same camera in 'extremely rare' case: gov't. Jul 19, 2021 315
A Chilly Refuge: Rock glaciers, long neglected by science, may help creatures from pikas to stoneflies endure climate change. Goldfarb, Ben Jun 22, 2021 1182
Human-elephant conflict in Polonnaruwa increese due to deforestation in the Flood Valley National Park. Apr 18, 2021 195
Scotland's original national park sets out green vision; Air source heat pumps, solar panels, fully electric vehicles and a hybrid-powered patrol boat are among a number of measures being rolled out in Scotland's original national park in a drive to slash greenhouse gas emissions. Ilona Amos Apr 1, 2021 833
Like Clockwork: Ready or not, the Brood X cicadas are coming--maybe to a park near you. Christopher, Todd Mar 22, 2021 1035
Mole Ecological Landscape gets organic processing centres. Feb 11, 2021 961
Viet Nam responds to World Wetlands Day. Feb 9, 2021 315
Protect Nairobi Park from sewage pollution. Feb 9, 2021 219
Rise in leopard population on Margalla Hills linked to healthy ecosystem: IWMB. Feb 3, 2021 476
Female leopard 'Shezadi' indicates healthy ecosystem in MHNP: Amin Aslam. Feb 2, 2021 578
Female leopard "Shezadi" indicates healthy ecosystem in MHNP: Amin Aslam. Feb 2, 2021 512
Female leopard "Shezadi" indicates healthy ecosystem in MHNP: Amin Aslam. Feb 2, 2021 576
Azerbaijan unveils plans to eliminate damage caused by Armenia to environment of liberated lands. Feb 1, 2021 362
KEEP OUT ... Come Again: THE UNDERBELLY OF AMERICAN-STYLED CONSERVATION IN THE INDIAN HIMALAYAS. Amron, Yardain Travel narrative Jan 1, 2021 2866
Livestock depredations by leopards in Pir Lasura National Park, Pakistan: characteristics, control and costs. Akrim, Faraz; Mahmood, Tariq; Belant, Jerrold L.; Nadeem, Muhammad Sajid; Qasim, Siddiqa; Zangi, Ima Report Jan 1, 2021 4651
Avocado farm a threat to Amboseli ecosystem. Dec 21, 2020 876
The total economic value of forest ecosystem services in the tropical forests of Malaysia /Valeur economique totale des services d'ecosystemes forestiers dans les forets tropicales de Malaisie /El valor economico total de los servicios ecosistemicos en los bosques tropicales de Malasia. Nitanan, K.M.; Shuib, A.; Sridar, R.; Kunjuraman, V.; Zaiton, S.; Syamsul Herman, M.A. Dec 1, 2020 13063
The Business of Conservation: Why business and biodiversity must co-exist to survive. Nov 25, 2020 2103
Free Flowing. Kaplan, Melanie D.G. Sep 22, 2020 1281
Zimbabwe pressured to ban mining in wildlife parks. Sep 9, 2020 264
Spatiotemporal analysis of land-use and land-cover changes in Kainji Lake National Park, Nigeria/Nijerya Kainji Gol Milli Parkinda arazi kullanimi ve arazi orts degisikliklerinin mekansal analizi. Adeyemi, Adesoji Akinwumi; Ibrahim, Taofiq Maijindadi Report Jul 1, 2020 6667
How to Counter Debbie Downer. Perez, Larry; Holly, Matt Jul 1, 2020 1113
Issues and Opportunities Associated with Trophy Hunting and Tourism in Khunjerab National Park, Northern Pakistan. Rashid, Wajid; Shi, Jianbin; Rahim, Inam ur; Dong, Shikui; Sultan, Hameeda Report Apr 1, 2020 10708
EU Donates pound 2m To Cross River For Ecosystem Preservation. Mar 17, 2020 389
British ski resort visited by 2m guests a year closes due to climate change; EXCLUSIVE: Cairngorm Mountains, covering 300 square miles, are losing snow cover at an alarming rate and could be snow free by 2080 if temperatures continue to rise. By, Nada Farhoud Feb 29, 2020 1138
Low-energy home project gets even more eco-friendly. Jan 31, 2020 233
IWMB imparted awareness on wildlife, ecology to 40 schools in Margalla Hills. Jan 6, 2020 468
IWMB imparted awareness on wildlife, ecology to 40 schools in Margalla Hills. Jan 3, 2020 468
EPA halts CDA's new sectors, NTDC project to ensure sustainable environment and urbanization. Dec 30, 2019 277
EPA halts CDA's new sectors, NTDC project to ensure sustainable environment and urbanization. Dec 30, 2019 277
DENR exec: Rizal Park Xmas trash mirrors Pinoys' utter disregard for the environment. Dec 30, 2019 468
EPA halts CDA's new sectors, NTDC project to ensure sustainable environment and urbanization. Dec 25, 2019 275
Dam on Uganda's Murchison Falls a potential environmental catastrophe. Dec 16, 2019 542
Dam on Uganda's Murchison Falls is potential environmental catastrophe. Dec 13, 2019 943
Global warming snow threat for the Cairngorms; Fears climate change will bring milder winters and severe floods. CALUM PETRIE Dec 3, 2019 183
'Cairngorms snow cover to decline' ENVIRONMENT ? Study claims national park will face impact of climate change from 2030. CALUM PETRIE Report Dec 3, 2019 605
Ecotourists to be trained on biodiversity at national reserves. Egypt Today staff Oct 18, 2019 289
Despite habitat protection, Northern Spotted Owl population is declining. Aug 9, 2019 549
Climate change could wipe out California's Joshua trees by end of century. Aug 8, 2019 315
Environmental Defenders of McHenry to present Green Screen Film Series. Jul 22, 2019 336
China creates giant panda park half the size of Wales - and it's adorable; Numbers of the endangered black and white bear have grown in recent years. Jul 21, 2019 578
California passes legislation on desert water, halts Cadiz mining proposal. Jul 11, 2019 221
Chinese go green with Cairngorms study trip; Environment: Lessons on how national parks are operated. Jul 9, 2019 373
Young striding out to reverse eco-damage; The world's largest youth-led environmental project has launched in Wales this week. Marcus Hughes reports... Jul 4, 2019 691
An Exploratory Study of the Factors that Promote, or Impede Sustainable Eco-Tourism Development in Saiful Muluk National Park Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Ullah, Mohib; Rasli, Amran Bin; Shah, Fayaz Ali; Orakzai, Muhammad Arif Report Jun 30, 2019 5997
'Rainforest' scheme is a chance for farmers. Jun 27, 2019 216
Ecological integrity of some parks compromised. Apr 11, 2019 818
Two-week residency on climate change for artists. Mar 22, 2019 348
Parks Under Pressure. Xin, Cindy Mar 22, 2019 786
Ministry of Ecology: Azerbaijan's ecotourism concept to be ready in 2 months. Mar 1, 2019 173
Strengthening biodiversity and ecotourism focus of Tunisian-Algerian workshop. Jan 28, 2019 182
Garra barreimiae Fowler & Steinitz, 1956 (Cyprinidae: Labeoninae): A video record of individuals scaling the main waterfall in Wadi Wurayah National Park, Fujairah. Majeed, Sami Ullah; Feulner, Gary R.; Al Hmoudi, Ali Hassan Report Jan 1, 2019 1110
Environment Min. inaugurates development of Ras Muhammad National Park. Nov 25, 2018 553
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECOTOURISM IN PROTECTED AREAS STUDY CASE: COMANA NATIONAL PARK. Neacsu, Alina-Gabriela; Dodu, Patricia Case study Sep 22, 2018 3594
DRILLING IN NATIONAL PARKS? Wirth, Mike Sep 22, 2018 308
Volunteers Collected More than Three Tons of Waste in Pirin. Sep 3, 2018 178
Seed balls plantation launched on Margalla Hills to restore its green cover. Aug 17, 2018 455
To restore green cover:Seed balls plantation launched on Margalla Hills. Aug 16, 2018 449
Mourners warned against spreading ashes of loved ones on Snowdon; The authority which runs Snowdon says it can be 'upsetting for others' and that the practice is damaging the area's ecosystem. Aug 8, 2018 381
Nuclear Waste could be Buried under National Parks, Say MPs. Aug 3, 2018 528
Study: National parks get fewer visits when pollution rises. Jul 19, 2018 671
Study: National parks get fewer visits when pollution rises. Jul 19, 2018 652
94 more areas with ecological values identified. Jul 4, 2018 604
Battle to protect Islamabad's green jewel. Jun 8, 2018 757
Kyrgyzstan to set up nature park in Batken region to protect endangered monitor lizard. May 22, 2018 122
What Climate Change Could Destroy. May 14, 2018 903
WWF for sustainable management of Capital's National Park to protect biodiversity. Apr 13, 2018 587
Eco-friendly shopping bags introduced in Chitral. Mar 26, 2018 334
National Environment Mela held at Ayub National Park. Mar 12, 2018 265
National environmental 'Mela' to be held at Ayub National Park on Mar 10. Feb 23, 2018 121
What are environmentalists' main worries about logging in Slovak forests? Feb 7, 2018 404
Forest Preserve District of Kane Co. Jan 17, 2018 175
Forest Preserve District of Kane Co. Jan 17, 2018 177
Lone forest ranger fights destruction of Brazil's Amazon rainforest. Jan 14, 2018 564
Eric Sprague, Director of Forest Conservation. Jan 1, 2018 442
Al Saleel National Park Is Habitat for Arabian Deer with Unique Biodiversity. Dec 9, 2017 611
Al Saleel National Park is habitat for Arabian deer with unique biodiversity. Dec 9, 2017 633
A Teleological Approach to the Wicked Problem of Managing Utria National Park. Garcia, Nicolas Acosta; Farrell, Katharine N.; Heikkinen, Hannu I.; Sarkki, Simo Essay Oct 1, 2017 9613
Garbage in, garbage out. Williams, Sarah C.P. Sep 22, 2017 1067
An uncertain future: as climate change shapes the southwest, Mesa Verde National Park strives to protect both ancient forests and vulnerable cliff dwellings. Siber, Kate Sep 22, 2017 2572
Climate change threatens heritage sites around PH, says UN official. Jun 24, 2017 636
Ghosts of the gorge: coal, culture and the transformation of New River Gorge National River. Fox, Dorian Travel narrative Jun 22, 2017 3421
Where the wild things were: Denali paleontologists brave blizzards and bears to find fossils that could challenge what we know about dinosaurs. Siber, Kate Jun 22, 2017 2469
Massive clean ups, new national parks, as humanity stands with nature on World Environment Day. Jun 5, 2017 437
Reappearing act: the elusive fisher is making its way back to the Northwest with a little help from its friends. Siber, Kate Mar 22, 2017 770
Mercury rising? How dragonflies are helping scientists understand mercury pollution in parks. Brulliard, Nicolas Mar 22, 2017 1077
Silversword fight: in Haleakala National Park, a charismatic plant battles for survival. Mount, Emily Mar 22, 2017 1060
Earliest Cherry Blossom Season Shows Evidence Of Climate Change. Mar 1, 2017 337
Russia: Official suggests packing waste into artic archipelago. Digges, Charles Feb 27, 2017 651
Bison Roam Again In Canada's Banff. Feb 14, 2017 626
Surveys of vertebrate fauna of the eumeralla section of the Great Otway National Park, Victoria, 2004-2015. 1. mammals. Homan, Peter Report Feb 1, 2017 4671
Killer commodes. Lund, Nick Jan 1, 2017 889
A rare tuft: can grass nerds save an extremely rare grass that lives high in the mountains of Big Bend National Park? Siber, Kate Jan 1, 2017 1062
The burro quandary: wild donkeys are cute but destructive, and park officials don't know what to do with them. Brulliard, Nicolas Jan 1, 2017 2699
Prairie portal: at Wind Cave National Park, the search for rare prairieland leads to an escape, a descent and a nighttime pursuit. Allen, Laura Travel narrative Jan 1, 2017 3116
Charting a century of climate change. Jan 1, 2017 1526
High country rescue. Walker, Cameron Jan 1, 2017 1285
The long haul: they came, they saw, they collected 1,812 pounds of trash over 4,840 miles of hiking trails. Marech, Rona Interview Jan 1, 2017 1756
Learning from change in the Sangha Tri-National landscape/ Apprentissage du changement dans le paysage du Tri-National de la Sangha/Aprendiendo de los cambios en el paisaje tri-nacional de la sangha. Sayer, J.; Endamana, D.; Boedhihartono, A.K.; Ruiz-Perez, M.; Breuer, T. Report Dec 1, 2016 6861
Of Swamps and Seashores: an environmental journalist on enjoying Florida's national parks. Pittman, Craig Oct 1, 2016 887
Our best idea. Steen, Scott Sep 22, 2016 792
Environmental Education in the Everglades. Gantt, Allyson Sep 22, 2016 876
Surveying for arboreal mammals in the Grampians National Park and adjacent reserves: Fauna Survey Group Contribution No. 28. Drury, Robin Jun 1, 2016 3648
Saving goliath: can a tiny beetle rescue Shenandoah's mighty hemlocks? Brulliard, Nicolas Mar 22, 2016 1018
The Lassen effect: discovering Bumpass Hell, Chaos Jumbles, and the many Marvels of Lassen Volcanic National Park. Markle, Kallie Travel narrative Mar 22, 2016 2360
Children on safari: experiencing nature in the UK. Peters, Henricus Mar 22, 2016 954
Machiara National Park included in five years green Pakistan program. Mar 8, 2016 135
INTERPRETING CLIMATE CHANGE, Part 2: Strategies for Interpreting Climate Change. Walsh, Patricia Mar 1, 2016 1748
Warm with a chance of crowds: a study forecasts how climate change could affect national park visitation. McKinney, Katherine Jan 1, 2016 997
SHEIKH BUDDIN NATIONAL PARK SEEKING ATTENTION OF POLICY MAKERS. Mahmood, Dr. Khalid; Mishkatullah Dec 13, 2015 687
Worsening air quality and changing weather in U.S. parks. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 305
Connecting the dots. Bunting, Clark Brief article Sep 22, 2015 303
If a tree falls, they'll hear it: an innovative tool calculates the level of noise pollution across the country. Siber, Kate Sep 22, 2015 981
The national park next door. Kobell, Rona Sep 22, 2015 2051
A stitch in time? Biscayne and nine other national parks exhibit quilts inspired by climate change. Kirkwood, Scott Jun 22, 2015 786
Cracking the nut. Lund, Nick Mar 22, 2015 1319
Parks in peril. Sep 22, 2014 420
Environmental officer charged in P25-M illegal logging case. Jul 14, 2014 334
Diagnostic analysis of National Parks in Georgia in context of ecotourism. Poladashvili, Tamari; Cardoso, Antonio; Cairrao, Alvaro Jul 1, 2014 5954
Taxonomic and typological features of the flora of the "Small Pinewood" ecological path in the "Lower Kama" National Park (Tatarstan). Afonina, Elena Aleksandrovna Report Jul 1, 2014 2258
Assessing the effectiveness of artistic place-based climate change interpretation. Barrett, Austin; Mowen, Andrew J. Jul 1, 2014 7676
Environmental assessment of stream habitats bordering Palenque National Park, Chiapas, Mexico. Capps, Krista A.; Ng, Gabriel; Strickland, Jessica Report Jun 1, 2014 3612
Seeing the forest for the trees: how "one health" connects humans, animals, and ecosystems. Nicole, Wendee Report May 1, 2014 5555
16,000 signatures collected for saving Mavrovo National Park: environmentalists said that serious scientific researches are needed for projects "Lukovo Pole" and "Boskov Most" to see what will be gained and what will be lost. May 1, 2014 207
Avian Diversity in Central Karakoram National Park, Gilgit-Baltistans. Abbas, Saeed; Tabassum, Rahila; Khan, Muhammad Zafar; Khan, Babar; Hussain, Shahid; Khan, Garee; Awa Report Apr 30, 2014 3518
Fauna monitoring in eastern metropolitan parks. Drury, Robin Feb 1, 2014 1182
The establishment of sustainable funding of protected areas is a great challenge. Jan 1, 2014 383
Rage on, sweet romaine: As a massive hydro dam devours one of Quebec's last great rivers, Innu communities struggle against the rapids of development. Lathem, Alexis Jan 1, 2014 3493
A winter wonderland once again: after a 15-year battle to reduce the noise and pollution from snowmobiles, a happy ending in Yellowstone National Park. Jan 1, 2014 949
Measurements of light pollution in the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Decker, Michelle; Brevik, Corrine Brief article Jan 1, 2014 296
Pollen diversity in honey collected from Lithuania's protected landscape areas/ Leedu looduskaitsealadelt kogutud mee oietolmu jaotus. Ceksteryte, Violeta; Kurtinaitiene, Bogumila; Balzekas, Jonas Report Dec 1, 2013 3143
Environmental groups protest government's decision to remove national park status from Nevado de Toluca. Navarro, Carlos Oct 9, 2013 1601
Just offshore of Brisbane lies North Stradbroke Island, a haven of bush and beach known as Minjerribah to the Quandamooka Traditional Owners. La Nauze, Jonathan Brief article Oct 1, 2013 272
California dreaming: photographer Ian Shive finds the perfect escape in Channel Islands National Park, just a few miles from Los Angeles, but worlds away from Hollywood. Shive, Ian Sep 22, 2013 352
A dark sky survey in Wales. Griffiths, Martin Aug 1, 2013 2702
Where the wild things are. Kasun, Mike Jun 22, 2013 423
Shifting tides: once nearly extinct, sea otters have staged a remarkable comeback, but some coastal parks still struggle to retain curious, sensitive mammals. Siber, Kate Jun 22, 2013 1045
Travel Environment Watch - Asia / Pacific. Jun 3, 2013 2871
Rare plant recovery in Mallee woodlands. Cheal, David; Moxham, Claire; Kenny, Sally; Millet-Riley, Jessica Report Jun 1, 2013 6286
A presence-only habitat suitability model for Persian leopard Panthera pardus saxicolor in Golestan National Park, Iran. Erfanian, Behnaz; Mirkarimi, Seyed Hamed; Mahini, Abdolrassoul Salman; Rezaei, Hamid Reza Report Jun 1, 2013 5271
150 volunteers cleanup Wadi Wurayah National Park in Fujairah. May 4, 2013 220
Sand & castles: death valley comes to life in the middle of a California winter. Kirkwood, Scott Travel narrative Mar 22, 2013 3139
The value of species: humans have always considered plant and animal species in terms of what they contribute to our lives. but author Edward Mccord believes that Yellowstone's pronghorn and, indeed, all species, have value in and of themselves. McCord, Edward L. Mar 22, 2013 2394
Fish out of water: asian carp threaten national parks along the Mississippi River. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Mar 22, 2013 579
Results of a biodiversity survey at goose pond fish and wildlife area, Greene County, Indiana. Karns, Daryl R.; Ruch, Donald G.; Simpson, Barbara; Feaster, Bradley; Sterrenburg, Lee; Bellian, Ama Report Jan 23, 2013 4744
Factors influencing behavioral intentions for Leave No Trace behavior in National Parks. Lawhon, Ben; Newman, Peter; Taff, Derrick; Vaske, Jerry; Vagias, Wade; Lawson, Steve; Monz, Christop Report Jan 1, 2013 7525
Hot on the trail: so-called supercorals in the National Park of American Samoa may hold clues to saving coral reefs everywhere. Wagner, Eric Jan 1, 2013 1037
Hallowed waters. Jan 1, 2013 359
Rebuilding a chemical wasteland: Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge recovers from its toxic past. Chaffee, Mary Jan 1, 2013 1473
Man behind Kirthar National Park. Ansari, Azmat Brief article Dec 16, 2012 259
Ecological characterization of plant groupings of the herbaceous stratum in the Djoudj national park of birds in Senegal. Faye, Madiara Ngom; Diallo, Aly; Guisse, Aliou Report Oct 1, 2012 4149
Sea change: Everglades National Park hopes to alter the tide of climate change and, perhaps, the future of park planning. Grange, Kevin Sep 22, 2012 978
WB's study on ecological circuit creation in Dghoumes national park to be finished shortly. Sep 8, 2012 164
Zion Lodge receives Green Seal's highest level of certification. Brief article Aug 1, 2012 231
Dear EarthTalk: I was appalled by the pollution haze I saw on a recent visit to Acadia National Park in Maine, and was told by a ranger that it was from smokestacks and tailpipes hundreds of miles away. Jul 22, 2012 581
Distribution Patterns and Population Status of the Himalayan Grey Langur (Semnopithecus ajax) in Machiara National Park, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistanh. Minhas, Riaz Aziz; Ahmed, Khawaja Basharat; Awan, Muhammad Siddique; Zaman, Qamar; Dar, Naeem Iftikh Report Jun 30, 2012 3890
The activity patterns and microhabitat use of Pseudis minuta Gunther, 1858 (Anura, Hylidae) in the Lagoa do Peixe National Park, a biosphere reserve of the Brazilian subtropics/Padrao de atividade e uso de micro-habitat de Pseudis minuta Gunther, 1858 (Anura, Hylidae) no Parque Nacional da Lagoa do Peixe, uma reserva da biosfera na regiao subtropical do Brasil. Huckembeck, S.; Claudino, M.; Correa, F.; Bastos, R.F.; Loebmann, D.; Tozetti, A.M.; Garcia, A.M. May 1, 2012 3023
Nesting instincts: what happens when species protection trumps historical interpretation at Petersburg National Battlefield? Siber, Kate Mar 22, 2012 973
Elevation ranges of birds at Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades National Park Complex, and Olympic National Park, Washington. Siegel, Rodney B.; Wilkerson, Robert L.; Kuntz, Robert C., II; Saracco, James F.; Holmgren, Amanda L Report Mar 22, 2012 5321
Los Haitises: an Eco-Paradise in the Dominican Republic: this ecologically diverse national park. comprised of mangrove swamps, exotic waterways, and lush forests is home to a number of rare and endangered species. Essay Mar 1, 2012 1659
Climate changes-challenge, but also an obligation for the education. Tripunoski, Mirko; Nikolovski, Aleksandar; Tonovski, Gjorgji Jan 1, 2012 4515
Phytosociology and dynamics of calcareous grasslands in Kemeri National Park, Latvia/Lubjarikaste rohumaade futosotsioloogia ja dunaamika Kemeri rahvuspargis (Lati). Priede, Agnese Report Dec 1, 2011 8106
Ecological land classification and mapping of Yazili Canyon Nature Park in the Mediterranean region, Turkey/Ekologinis Turkijos vidurzemio juros regiono Yazili Kanjono Gamtinio Parko zemiu klasifikavimas ir kartografavimas. Ozkan, Kursad; Mert, Ahmet Report Dec 1, 2011 4184
Out of sync: climate change is affecting the national parks' most ancient and critical cycles. Can citizen science help? Shteir, Seth Sep 22, 2011 876
Taking out the trash: legal victory means no landfill near Joshua Tree. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Brief article Jun 22, 2011 329
Breathe it in: a blockbuster settlement involving the Tennessee Valley Authority, NPCA, EPA, and others guarantees clear skies in the Great Smokies' future. Kirkwood, Scott Jun 22, 2011 1315
Crossing guards: new highway overpasses protect key species that move beyond park boundaries. Gilsdorf, Ethan Jun 22, 2011 602
The grouse effect: an unlikely coalition is fighting to protect the Gunnison sage-grouse. Bastone, Kelly Jun 22, 2011 787
At the water's edge: deep in the heart of Rocky Mountain National Park, researchers are working to save the boreal toad from extinction. Herasimtschuk, David Jun 22, 2011 1276
Consultations begin on proposed provincial parks. Shari Narine Brief article Jun 1, 2011 164
EPA, National Park Service using modified crop-dusting aircraft. Apr 11, 2011 291
Gasping for air: is air pollution pushing the Rockies to a point of no return? Rice, Nathan Mar 22, 2011 1261
Investigation of limestone exploitation area and its environmental impacts using GIS/RS techniques: A case study of Margalla Hills National Park, Islamabad. Iqbal, Muhammad Farooq; Malik, Amir H. Report Dec 31, 2010 330
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE FURRED KIND; GLOBE-TROTTING pensioner RON FINNERTY, from Coundon, Y Coventry, has just returned from his latest expedition, tracking gorillas and chimpanzees in Uganda's Bwindi national park. Here he writes of pitching his tent within earshot of snoring hippos, getting into an argument with an elephant, encountering some of the world's most endangered species - and living on a diet of roasted bananas. Oct 25, 2010 707
The aftermath: months after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, what's next for the national parks along the Gulf of Mexico? Kirkwood, Scott Sep 22, 2010 1422
Ring of fire: should scientists be concerned about what lurks beneath our first national park? Dvorak, John Sep 22, 2010 808
Trophic ecology of the free-tailed bats Nyctinomops femorosaccus and Tadarida brasiliensis (Chiroptera: Molossidae) in Big Bend National Park, Texas. Matthews, A.K.; Neiswenter, S.A.; Ammerman, L.K. Report Sep 1, 2010 4286
Survival and mortality of cougars in the Trans-Pecos region. Young, John H.; Tewes, Michael E.; Haines, Aaron M.; Guzman, Gilbert; DeMaso, Stephen J. Report Sep 1, 2010 4924
Introduction. Valen, Bob Jul 1, 2010 649
The anchor on a long chain: The National Park Service Act of 1916 related to historical and cultural resources. Rogers, Jerry L. Report Jul 1, 2010 2911
Herpetofauna of the Rincon Mountains, Arizona. Flesch, Aaron D.; Swann, Don E.; Turner, Dale S.; Powell, Brian F. Report Jun 1, 2010 8548
On the wing: how can national parks help protect bird species that are here only a few months every year? Bastone, Kelly Mar 22, 2010 999
A call to action. Mar 22, 2010 623
Desert prophets: climate change threatens to wipe out one of the parks' iconic plants. Shteir, Seth Jan 1, 2010 862
The art of mountain watching: at North Cascades National Park, rangers posted in fire lookouts get a unique perspective on one of our nation's most fascinating ecosystems. Grange, Kevin Travel narrative Sep 22, 2009 1949
Geodynamic studies in the Gory Stolowe National Park area. Cacon, Stefan; Wojewoda, Jurand; Kaplon, Jan Report Jul 1, 2009 2264
Where the trees are still tall: the story of an adventure through the giant and undisturbed forests of Congaree National Park. Bronaugh, Whit Viewpoint essay Jun 22, 2009 2930
Scarring in the greater scheme. Webster, Steven Letter to the editor Apr 1, 2009 238
Beetle battle: pine beetles are changing the landscape of Rocky Mountain National Park. Bastone, Kelly Mar 22, 2009 921
Parks repairing $12m in ice storm damage. Friedman, Mark Mar 16, 2009 1785
Running out of room: climate change is chasing Yosemite's alpine chipmunk to higher altitudes. Thomas, Mike Jan 1, 2009 780
Status of reintroductions of three large herbivores in Russia. Sipko, Taras P. Jan 1, 2009 4001
The influence of moose on tree species composition in Liesjarvi National Park in Southern Finland. Heikkila, Risto; Tuominen, Marita Jan 1, 2009 5171
How moose select forested habitat in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland. McLaren, Brian. E.; Taylor, S.; Luke, S.H. Jan 1, 2009 7559
A clouded legacy. Kiernan, Thomas C. Jun 22, 2008 518
Moving stories: Smoky Mountain shuttle enlightens visitor while taking a few cars off the road. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Jun 22, 2008 332
A walk in the Parks: close encounters with federal disaster areas. Colleran, Brian Travel narrative Mar 31, 2008 1744
While they were sleeping: the science behind a long winter's nap. Clynes, Tom Mar 22, 2008 774
A homecoming of sorts: nearly a century after disappearing from the region, a top predator returns to Olympic National Park. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Mar 22, 2008 782
Threatened vistas: the explosive growth of coal-fired power plants in the Four Corners region could jeopardize the archaeological treasures of Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon. Vanderpool, Tim Jan 1, 2008 1693
The swirl of species: sometimes the best way to witness the marvel of migration is to find a national park and just stay put. Rennicke, Jeff Cover story Jan 1, 2008 1880
A survey of aquatic turtles at Kickapoo State Park and Middle Fork State Fish and Wildlife Area (MFSFWA). Readel, Anne M.; Phillips, Christopher A. Report Jan 1, 2008 2221
What's in a name? Brief article Sep 22, 2007 109
End of the road: a decades-long debate over the North Shore Road in Great Smoky Mountains National Park may be nearing its end. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Sep 22, 2007 850
In the clutch: several national parks are working to help piping plovers rebound from setbacks suffered decades ago. Kirkwood, Scott Sep 22, 2007 835
A climate of change: how will our national parks respond to what may well be the greatest challenge ever faced by planet Earth? Rennicke, Jeff Sep 22, 2007 1866
Resort in National Park? Brief article Feb 1, 2007 136
Winter wonderland: from herons to heroes, New York City's national parks have plenty to offer at the dawn of the new year. Barone, Jeanine Jan 1, 2007 1828
Waiting to inhale: NPCA's Turning Point documents the threats that air pollution poses to our national parks. Kirkwood, Scott Sep 22, 2006 869
The fourth coast: National parks within the fragile Great Lakes ecosystem face serious environmental threats. But there's still hope for this vital resource, which provides recreation and sustenance to millions. Lavendel, Brian Sep 22, 2006 1675
Star struck: the Park Service's Night Sky program completes the first stage in a pioneering study of light pollution. Kirkwood, Scott Jun 22, 2006 928
Yellowstone National Park--in spite of a complicated winter-use planning process that has pitted conservation groups against the snowmobile industry for years, this winter brought evidence Yellowstone's winter visitors are ignoring the bureaucratic issues and choosing snowcoaches over snowmobiles. Brief article Mar 22, 2006 130
A sound resolution: curbing noise pollution in the parks. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Mar 22, 2006 925
What lies beneath: as our nation seeks more ways to extract energy from sources outside the Middle East, the Bush administration is increasingly turning to oil, minerals, and natural gas that lie within and just beyond the borders of our national parks. Ridgley, Heidi Mar 22, 2006 1837
Three parks in one: tide pools, glacier-capped mountains, and temperate rainforests make up this magical landscape by the sea. Brief article Mar 22, 2006 140
Measuring the effectiveness of Parks Canada's environmental management system: a case study of Riding Mountain National Park. Bronson, Jackie; Noble, Bram Mar 22, 2006 6631
South African Groups Join to Reduce Diesel Bus Idling. Brief Article Jan 26, 2006 136
Wilderness reflected: a photographer captures some of the best reasons for keeping our national parks wild. Excerpt Jan 1, 2006 535
Somewhere beyond the sea: an ancient coral reef rests among limestone mountains in this Texas desert park. Brief Article Jan 1, 2006 187
Yellowstone skies clear ... for now: appeals court upholds citizens' right to challenge power plant near park. Kirkwood, Scott Sep 22, 2005 703
Enjoy the peaceful side of the Smokies. Advertisement Sep 22, 2005 92
How did Calgary get its river parks? Nelles, H.V. Sep 22, 2005 14953
A landscape-wide distribution of Pan-paniscus in the Salonga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo. Inogwabini, Bila-Isia; Ilambu, Omari Jul 1, 2005 4574
Welsh Park Obtains Electric Bike to Limit Transit Usage. Brief Article Jul 1, 2005 101
A growing problem: criminals are growing marijuana in Sequoia and Yosemite national parks, and the impact is spreading like weeds. Kirkwood, Scott Jun 22, 2005 1155
Treading lightly on the land: national park concessioners are taking environmental responsibility to the next level with innovative programs that make recycling look like child's play. Jun 22, 2005 1262
The air up there. Brief Article Jun 22, 2005 155
Hiding in plain sight: the highly adaptable island marble butterfly, believed extinct for nearly a century, flutters to life at San Juan Island National Historical Park. Leinbach, Amy M. Jun 22, 2005 873
A burning question: forest fires leave nothing but a cold, charred, lifeless expanse in their wake. Or do they? Kirkwood, Scott Jun 22, 2005 777
End of the line: a movement to increase the network of roads and ATV trails throughout Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve might help travelers navigate thousands of untamed acres, but the toll on the park would be irreparable. Sherwonit, Bill Cover Story Jun 22, 2005 2096
A change of scenery: hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to our nation's Western parks every summer, but the quieter winter months showcase their beauty in an entirely different light. Grisak, Amy Jan 1, 2005 1733
Arizona boasts natural wonders. Advertisement Jan 1, 2005 103
Alternate fuel source tapped at Kenai Fjords: fuel-cell technology is used to operate a remote nature center in Alaska. Sep 22, 2004 509
New Report Ranks Most-polluted National Parks in U.S. Brief Article Jun 30, 2004 205
Hazy forecast for parks: visitors to parks this summer may be surprised to learn that the air is unhealthy to breathe on many days. Dougherty, Ryan Jun 22, 2004 618
Alaskan meltdown: on the frontlines of climate change: Alaska and the national park sites in our northern-most state are showing dramatic signs of global climate change. Melting permafrost and glaciers, eroding coastlines, and insect invasions all point to warming temperature trends. Sherwonit, Bill Cover Story Jun 22, 2004 2211
Why allowing snowmobiles in Yellowstone is green. Kristof, Nicholas D. Brief Article Apr 5, 2004 162
This little light of mine. Talley, Jenell Mar 22, 2004 900
America's Ten Most Endangered National Parks. Himot, Kate Mar 22, 2004 1297
A tale of two parks. Dougherty, Ryan Mar 22, 2004 558
Traveling in bear country. Sherwonit, Bill Mar 22, 2004 777
WY Agency Says Snowmobile Ban Would Cost Jobs. Brief Article Feb 3, 2004 197
Winter Wildlands Comments on Snowmobile Ruling. Jan 7, 2004 220
Clearing the air: the president's clear skies initiative will not improve the conditions in the parks faster than existing laws. Kiernan, Thomas C. Jan 1, 2004 458
The forecast? Hazy skies continue: the president's clear skies initiative has been presented as the solution to dirty air in our national parks, but conservationists say it will fall far short of protecting our parks and the health of American citizens. Schultheis, Rob Jan 1, 2004 1780
World Parks Congress: benefits beyond boundaries. Grady, Michelle Dec 1, 2003 871
Green Energy for parks: national parks taking lead role in using environmentally friendly transportation. Siuru, Bill Nov 1, 2003 1345
Water woes: national parks in the water-rich East are increasingly caught in a tug-of-war over water supplies at the same time that they are being subjected to increased pollution from runoff, rising populations, and relentless suburban sprawl. Fordney, Chris Sep 1, 2003 2008
Trespassing in Matta's Land - Conservation Efforts Stumble in Ivory Coast. Ashley, Rebecca Jul 1, 2003 4106
Drilling in Grand Canyon. (Letters). Cuppage, Francis E. May 1, 2003 109
Invasive fern smothers plants: Old World climbing fern spreads through Florida parklands. (Resource Threats). Dougherty, Ryan May 1, 2003 822
New species found at Great Smokies: survey uncovers more than 2,000 species new to the park. (Park Science). Dougherty, Ryan May 1, 2003 477
Clear night sky threatened at Chaco: a proposed power plant would blur skies crucial to the park. (Air Quality). May 1, 2003 572
Did you know? (Funding). Brief Article May 1, 2003 114
Marshes vanishing at Jamaica Bay: at current rate of loss, salt marsh islands could vanish by 2025. (Resource Threats). May 1, 2003 671
NPCA works to restore New York parks. (NPCA Notes). Talley, Jenell Brief Article May 1, 2003 248
Chancellorsville, Virginia -- The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors recently voted against the rezoning of Mullins Farm on Chancellorsville battlefield, thwarting plans for a residential and commercial development that critics said would have effectively placed a 10,000-person city at the site of one of the most legendary Civil War battles (ParkScope, November/December 2002). Brief Article May 1, 2003 132
Great Smoky Mountains N.P., North Carolina -- The long-standing controversy over the proposed North Shore Road in Great Smoky Mountains National Park may be nearing a historic conclusion. Brief Article May 1, 2003 147
Denali N.P., Alaska -- More than 600 NPCA members recently sent letters to local lawmakers opposing a proposal for a second access road or railroad into Denali National Park and Preserve. Brief Article May 1, 2003 161
A mountain's majesty: thousands of people are drawn to Mount Rainier as a recreational destination and as a place to live near. That attraction may be placing both the mountain and people in harm's way. Williams, David May 1, 2003 1665
Materialism and parks: conservationists hurt their cause by not emphasizing the economic virtues of parks along with their spiritual, natural, and recreational values. (Forum). Olson, Ken May 1, 2003 1080
A sticky situation: poaching, habitat degradation, and exotic plant invasion threaten the Chisos Mountain hedgehog cactus, found at Big Bend National Park. (Rare Endangered). Talley, Jenell May 1, 2003 558
Airplane pollution, reusing shoes and biomass energy. (Ask E). deBlanc-Knowles, Jaime May 1, 2003 759
Alaska Park an untouched wilderness. Hill, Miriam Mar 2, 2003 393
Should snowmobiling be allowed in national parks? The government has decided that, with new restrictions, snowmobiling can continue at national parks. Environmentalists say it's harmful. (opinion). Column Jan 10, 2003 703
Tourism and the road to oblivion. (Forum on Science & Technology). Larson, Douglas W. Sep 22, 2002 1326
Snowmobiles to stay in Yellowstone: park service decision disregards heavy public support for a ban. (Motorized Use). Dougherty, Ryan Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 485
Most polluted parks. (NPCA Notes). Talley, Jenell Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 101
Old-growth forest groves are diminishing. Iushewitz, David Brief Article Aug 18, 2002 380
A clear view: the Bush administration has not done enough to obtain clean air over national parks. (Outlook). Kiernan, Thomas C. Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 436
A finger on the pulse: NPCA's State of the Parks program assesses the overall health of the national parks by analyzing scientific data on the condition of a park's natural and historic resources. The goal is to provide information to policy-makers and the National Park Service that will help improve conditions. O'Connell, Kim A. Jul 1, 2002 1978
Preserving the peace and quiet; the dull roar of progress and its machines is overwhelming the ambient sounds of nature in the parks and harming wildlife in the process. The Park Service and environmental groups are working to restore the soundscape, as important to an ecosystem--and our own well-being--as clean air and water. Lavendel, Brian Jul 1, 2002 1416
The snowmobile lobby's snow job. (Bluewater Network). Smith, Sean Jun 22, 2002 1065
Coal plant proposed near Kentucky Park: power plant would be located 50 miles from Mammoth Cave. (Adjacent Lands). Dougherty, Ryan Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 256

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