Printer Friendly

Browse National parks topic

Natural history subtopic


1-32 out of 32 article(s)
Title Author Type Date Words
INCREASED AMPHIBIAN PRESENCE IN A MONTANE LAKE AFTER FISH REMOVAL, MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, WASHINGTON. Larson, Gary L.; Hoffman, Robert L.; Lofgren, Rebecca; Samora, Barbara; Anderson, Scott Report Dec 22, 2017 5127
America's galapagos islands. Dorsey, James Michael Mar 1, 2016 1702
Seasonal Diet Composition of Leopard (Panthera pardus) in Machiara National Park Azad Jammu and Kashmir Pakistan. Report Feb 28, 2015 3164
Red rocks: wander through the Maze, the Needles, and the Islands in the Sky at Canyonlands National Park. Ridgley, Heidi Sep 22, 2014 1878
Age ratios, sex ratios, and a population estimate of yellow rails at San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge, Texas. Butler, Christopher J.; Wilson, Jennifer K.; Brower, Charles R.; Frazee, Stephen R. Report Sep 1, 2014 3820
The petrified forest. Cullinan, Carolyn Apr 1, 2014 1971
Rocks and minerals of the Peak District National Park, England. Peters, Henricus Mar 22, 2014 1237
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
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
Keystone species: how predators create abundance and stability wolves, bears, otters, starfish--these ecosystem engineers affect nature in overt yet surprisingly subtle ways. Chadwick, Douglas H. Jun 1, 2011 2466
The point of no return? Grizzly bears are disappearing from North Cascades National Park. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Jan 1, 2011 791
Raisin' expectations. Kirkwood, Scott Jan 1, 2011 1017
Sidetrip: Anchorage. Medred, Craig Jan 1, 2011 375
The wolverine way: despite a ferocious reputation, the wolverine is far more complex than the legends that surround it. and even in a place as vast and wild as Glacier National Park, its future is uncertain. Chadwick, Doug H. Jan 1, 2011 2788
A mighty flood: ages ago, a cataclysmic flood scoured the Northwest. Soon a national trail will tell the story. Kirkwood, Scott Jun 22, 2009 410
Water meets wonder: if you judge a national park by acreage, Acadia may not meet your expectations. But by any other measure, it's sure to exceed them. Gilsdorf, Ethan Jun 22, 2008 2033
Arches National Park. Illg, Gordon; Illg, Cathy Brief article Jun 22, 2008 150
And then there was life: our national parks trace life's evolutionary path. Lanting, Frans Sep 22, 2007 847
From an imaginatively restored Victorian square to a floating garden, Louise Nicholson revels in Manhattan's rus in urbe. Nicholson, Louise Sep 1, 2005 791
A Fish Tale. Rancourt, Linda M. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 268
Disease Resistant Dogwood Found. DAERR, ELIZABETH G. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 594
Desert Denizen. DAERR, ELIZABETH G. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 612
The CORE of the Matter. WUERTHNER, GEORGE Jan 1, 2001 2425
PARKS are for the BIRDS. WAUER, ROLAND H. Mar 1, 1999 1621
Barking Dogs Repel Hungry Park Bears. MACKAY, KATURAH Brief Article Nov 1, 1998 753
Where the birds are: the national parks offer some of the best places in the country to watch birds, a growing pursuit. Toops, Connie Sep 1, 1997 1700
Amphibian assault. Polsen, Sheila W. May 1, 1997 2105
Alien invasion: exotic plant and animal species are one of the gravest threats to the native flora and fauna of the national parks. Wuerthner, George Nov 1, 1996 2101
On the horns of a dilemma. Weingrod, Carmi May 1, 1994 2457
Bringing back the pack. Wilkinson, Todd May 1, 1993 2795
Bear politics for the 80s; what is wild and what is natural? Wood, Wilbur Aug 16, 1986 2834

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters