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  • Hancock, J.E.; Arthur, M.E.; Weathers, K.C.; Lovett, G.M. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2008)
    This study shows shifting tree species composition/dominance (and associated ecosystem processes) following varying degrees of beech bark disease at high-elevation plots in the West Kill – Stony Clove watersheds.
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (2010)
    This report describes the Carr Road riparian buffer project in the Town of Jewett, New York. It discusses the project goals, site conditions, description of problem, restoration design, project construction, post-construction ...
  • Heilprin, A. (Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, 1907)
    This paper presents prominent landscape features and lore of the Catskills region. Included is a neat old topographic map.
  • Zimmerman, C. (Eastern New York Chapter – The Nature Conservancy, 2007)
    This TNC report presents the results of a trailhead/trail surveys in the Catskill Mountains for the invasive garlic mustard. The goals of this study were to determine if garlic mustard was present at trailhead parking ...
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (2008)
    This document is a plan for Forest Preserve and other state lands within the Catskill Park and Forest Preserve land outside the park within Ulster, Greene, Delaware, and Sullivan Counties. This plan establishes management ...
  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP Bureau of Water Supply, 2003)
    This report identifies sources of turbidity in the Schoharie basin, analyzes their relative impacts on water quality, and identifies how they are specifically being addressed through the City's 2001 Long-Term Watershed ...
  • New York State Department of Health (2010)
    These Advisories are primarily based on information that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation gathers on contaminant levels in fish and game.
  • Rodenhouse, N.L.; Christenson, L.M.; Parry, D.; Green, L.E. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2009)
    This literature review concentrates on the observed and potential effects of climate change on native fauna of forests in northeastern North American by focusing on mammals, birds, amphibians, and insects.
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (2007)
    This report describes the Conine stream restoration project in the Town of Prattsville, New York. It discusses the project goals, constraints of the project, site conditions, restoration strategy, project construction, ...
  • Campbell, J.L.; Rustad, L.E.; Boyer, E.W.; Christopher, S.F.; Droscoll, C.T.; Fernandez, I.J.; Groffman, P.M.; Houle, D.; Kiekbusch, J.; Magill, A.H.; Mitchell, M.J.; Ollinger, S.V. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2009)
    This literature review summarizes the existing state-of-knowledge on how climate change affects cycles of element at the ecosystem scale. It pulls information gained from long-term observations, experimental manipulations, ...
  • Lovett, G.M.; Weathers, K.C.; Arthur, M.A. (Ecosystems, 2002)
    This study examines the relationships between stream chemistry, the properties of the forest floor, and tree species composition of watersheds. Nitrate export in forested watersheds is influenced by the carbon:nitrogen ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (2007)
    This report describes the County Route 13A culvert project in the Town of Lexington, New York. It discusses the project goals, site conditions, description of problem, restoration strategy, project construction, ...
  • Fener, H.M.; Ginsberg, J.R.; Sanderson, E.W.; Gompper, M.E. (Canadian Field-Naturalist, 2005)
    This paper examines the establishment of Coyotes in the State of New York by collecting and analyzing reports of their first occurrence throughout the state over the past century, and creating a detailed map of range ...
  • Sillings, J.L.; Tomas, T.N. Jr.; Forbes, J.E. (1989)
    This article discusses the use of demonstration electric fences at apiaries to prevent bear damage. The 2 year program took place in Steuben County, NY and resulted from increasing bear populations and damage incidents.
  • Smith, D.G.; Corradi, R.E. (New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 2004)
    This paper discusses the derivation of the objectives for New York City’s water quality monitoring network and how it came to be. The design was complex including many stakeholders and multiple objectives.
  • Baldigo, B.P.; Warren, D.R. (North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 2008)
    This paper summarizes the changes in brown trout, salmonid, and fish community biomass at three stream restoration sites in the Catskill Mountains, New York through before-after-control-impact and analysis of variance ...
  • Griffin, J.M.; Lovett, G.M.; Arthur, M.A.; Weathers, K.C. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2003)
    Surveys done between 1997 and 2000 denote significant presence of beech bark disease within Catskill Mountain watersheds. The article provides historical reference to distribution and abundance of both the tree species and ...
  • Atwood, J.L.; Rimmer, C.C.; McFarland, K.P.; Tsai, S.H.; Nagy, L.R. (Wilson Bulliten, 1996)
    This report uses presence-absence surveys for Bicknell’s thrush in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont to examine population dynamics.
  • Baldigo, B.P.; Ernst, A.G. (Clear Waters, 2009)
    Fish assemblages and habitat criteria were assessed before and after installation of stream restoration structures at locations along the Batavia Kill, East Kill, West Kill, Broadstreet Hollow Brook and Stony Clove Creek. ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (New York City Department of Environmental Protection – Stream Management Program, 2003)
    This management plan is a guide for local residents, municipalities, interested organizations and agencies to protect and improve the East Kill watershed. Addressing and preventing erosion is a central goal of the plan. ...